October 28, 2004 RSS feed / Front Page

New Portland Water District: 'It's good water'

NEW PORTLAND -- "It's good water," Wanda Calder, who helped bring the New Portland Water District's new pump house into existence, said recently. T More...

Because every vote counts

Voting Hours and Locations for the Nov. 2, 2004 General Election (Voting will be held at the town offices, unless otherwise noted.) Avon: (at t More...

Kingfield Selectmen: Students attend municipal meeting

KINGFIELD -- Ten Mt. Abram students attended the Kingfield selectmen's meeting on Monday evening. Students from Barry London's senior government class More...

Rangeley Selectman: Rangeley receives ambulance bill

RANGELEY -- The liquor license for the Saddleback Motor Inn was unanimously approved by selectmen. Town Manager Perry Ellsworth was directed by s More...

Mt. Abram laptops a success

SALEM -- After four weeks, the laptop program at Mt. Abram had been declared a success. Despite a few technical glitches involving the ability to prin More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Abbie Ellen Thompson

1908-2004 -- She enjoyed going for walks, sewing and knitting

FARMINGTON -- Abbie Ellen Thompson, 96, of Farmington, died Friday, Oct. 15, 2004, at Orchard Park Rehabilitation and Living Center. She was born A More...

Robert C. Viles

1918-2004 -- He belonged to the Salem Fire Department and was a founding member

STRONG -- Robert C. Viles, 85, of Strong, went to be with his loving wife Eliza, when he died Tuesday, Oct. 19, 2004, in Farmington at Franklin Memori More...

Rosalie E. White

1937-2004 -- She was a lifelong resident of Stratton

STRATTON -- Rosalie E. White, 67, a lifelong resident of Stratton, died early Friday morning, Oct. 15, 2004, at her home in Stratton. She was born, More...

Mild turnout for Phillips public hearing

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Leaving the Rake Behind

Justin Infante, age 9, and Brianna Chantel Barsta, age 4, play in the leaves they were raking, in Solon last week. (Ramona du Houx photo) More...

The more you dig, the more you'll find

FARMINGTON -- Dr. Ellen R. Cowie, Director of the Archeology Center at University of Maine at Farmington, welcomed students and community members to a More...

Rangeley buys fire truck

RANGELEY -- In a special town meeting moderated by Police Chief Phil Weymouth, 12 residents voted in favor of appropriating funds for a fire truck. Vo More...

Kingfield Bank joins UMF in capital campaign

At a reception at UMF's Ferro Hall recently, UnitedKingfield Bank announced its multi-year support for the University of Maine at Farmington's capital More...

Looking over the Overlook

The site of the former Whip Willow Farm on Route 4 will become a new Scenic Byway Overlook, providing residents and visitors a western view of Rangele More...