February 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Quimby case dismissed

RANGELEY -- The Maine Human Rights Commission heard the case of Everett Quimby vs. the Town of Rangeley on Jan. 24 and found no reasonable grounds to More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Pauline J. Barnett

1947-2005 -- She was born in Stratton and graduated from Stratton High School

KINGSTON, Mass. -- Pauline J. (Pare) Barnett, 57, died at her home Thursday, Jan. 27, 2005. Born Sept. 27, 1947, in Eustis, she was the daughter of More...

Leora E. Crocker Cook

1930-2005 -- She enjoyed collecting angels and dolphins

RANGELEY -- Leora E. Crocker Cook, 74 of Rangeley, died Sunday evening, Jan. 23, 2005 at Franklin Memorial Hospital in Farmington. She was born Apr More...

Marguerite Leavitt Norris

1910-2005 -- She was a dedicated teacher, teaching in Strong for 26 years

STRONG -- Marguerite Leavitt Norris, 94, of Strong, died peacefully Thursday afternoon, Jan. 27, 2005, in the comfort of her home in Strong with her f More...

Kingfield residents meet with Poland Springs spokesmen

KINGFIELD -- About 50 residents and trustees of the Kingfield Water District met with representatives from Nestle Waters North America last week who e More...

Carrabassett Valley Selectmen: New ambulance contract discussed

Ambulance contract at their Jan. 24 meeting. "We are getting close here," but no formal deadline for the contract has been established, according t More...

Stratton school receives matching grant

STRATTON -- Stratton Elementary School has received a $24,000 matching grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund to build a new community playgr More...

Maine Special Olympics Winter Games

Even in Monday's morning preliminary heats in the snowshoe competition, the Maine Special Olympics athletes are serious about doing their best to comp More...