November 8, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Highland Lodge reopens

HIGHLAND PLANTATION -- After two years of being closed the Highland Lodge has reopened and will remain open through Dec. 10 for hunters, snowmobil More...

Meet Carl Eldh - Kingfield’s Newest Attorney

KINGFIELD -- The newest business to hit the downtown village of Kingfield is the Law Office of Carl Eldh. The doors officially opened for business More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Veronica D. Fuller

1952-2006 She loved spending time with her children and

LEWISTON -- Veronica D. Fuller, 54, of No Name Pond Road died Monday, Oct. 30, at Central Maine Medical Center. She was born in Madrid on Oct. 30, More...

Robert N. “Bunny” Bass

-- An avid skier, he helped form Sugarloaf Mountain Ski Club and Sugarloaf Mountain Corporation FALMOUTH -- Robert N. Bass, 89, of Wilton, died Oct More...

Mountain Valley Crafters show off their skills

SALEM -- The Salem Community Building was full Saturday, Nov. 4 with members of the Salem Mountain Valley Crafters. The offerings included demonstr More...

From Phillips it was quite a drive to Rangeley

History, Legend & Lore

RANGELEY -- Davis Wurts was five-years-old when he started coming to Rangeley. His mother’s asthma dictated that she could not tolerate Phil More...

Loaf offers first lift-served skiing of season

CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- In a classic right place at the right time moment, lucky staff members at Sugarloaf/USA are New England's first lift-served More...

Group addresses unsafe truckers

Daly family & friends launch initiative to promote safer trucking

KINGFIELD -- A year has passed since a tragic L. Breton trucking accident killed Kingfield resident Jerome F. Daly on the S-curves of Route 16 bet More...