October 15, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

Sugarloaf makes first snow

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Making the most of high elevation and northern geography, Sugarloaf/USA turned on the snow guns on Oct. 6 for the first time in More...

Avon Selectmen: Work on town building continues

AVON -- The Town Building Committee is scheduled to meet to discuss doors and carpet for the town's renovated facility. The town office is expected to More...

Pumpkins abound

Pumpkins at the Kidd Farm Stand, next to My Wife's Place, in New Vineyard were used to create this autumn display, complete with a pumpkin-headed scarecrow in a rocking chair. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Frank Emery Beale Jr.

1932-2004 -- He was a veteran of the Air Force

AUGUSTA -- Frank Emery Beale Jr., 71, a resident of the Maine Veteran's Home, 310 Coney Rd., Augusta, formerly of Farmington, died Sept. 8, 2004 at th More...

Mable Wahl Kahkonen

1907 - 2004 -- Remembered for her love of animals.

FARMINGTON - Mable Wahl Kahkonen, 97, of Farmington, formerly of Eustis, ME, died Thursday, Oct. 7, 2004 at Edgewood Manor. In the small town of Fl More...

Wesley H. Walker

1932-2004 -- He enjoyed being with his grandchildren

PHILLIPS -- Wesley H. Walker, 72, of Phillips, died unexpectedly Wednesday, October 6, 2004, in the emergency room at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Fa More...

Phillips: Comprehensive plan forum set

PHILLIPS -- After a year of meeting every month, the Phillips Comprehensive Plan Committee will present the first draft of the Comprehensive plan at a More...

Voter information

Because your vote does count

FRANKLIN COUNTY -- As we approach the Nov. 2 general election, the Original Irregular seeks to provide area citizens with the following voter informat More...

Students question local candidates

SALEM -- Students at Mount Abram High School had the opportunity to question candidates for State Representative in Districts 88, 90 and 91 last week. More...

Redington wind farm to supply college

YARMOUTH -- It was recently announced that the College of the Atlantic plans to supply a whole generation of students with renewable energy. Starting More...