May 30, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Cold Spring Ranch Beef, a Cut Above

  “Cold Spring Ranch is committed to supplying high quality grass-fed beef while operating responsibly within the environmen More...

Author Delves into Bottled Water Industry

  KINGFIELD -– In March, renowned environmental book author Elizabeth Royte came to Kingfield and stopped by the Irregular’s office fo More...

Avon Selectmen: Ball Field Renewal Plans Underway

  AVON -- Avon Selectmen met May 15 at the Avon Town Office. The legal documents to transfer the land donated to the town by Bruce and Doris Spen More...

Stadler Gallery Features Photographic Display in June

  KINGFIELD -- The Stadler Gallery will exhibit the artwork of Petrea Noyes and the photographs of Nancy Loman Scanlon during the month of June. More...

Relay for Life: Get Ready, Get Set, Walk!

  FARMINGTON -- Franklin County’s American Cancer Society Relay for Life is Friday and Saturday, June 1 and 2, from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. at the More...

Weighing in on a TIF Agreement

  “I really think that the (TIF) committee should meet with the school board and other towns to see how they feel (about the More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Matie Robbins Ellis Worthley

  1910-2007 -- She owned and operated the Rangeley beauty shop "The Dolling Den"    WINTHROP -- Matie Robbins El More...

James W. Lightbody

  1975-2007 -- He was a very outgoing, outspoken, compassionate man    RANGELEY -- James "Jimmy" Walter Lightbo More...

Stratton School Beautification Days Set

  STRATTON -- The public is invited to join the Stratton school community with spring cleanup and schoolyard beautification Wednesday, May 30 and More...

Oliver!’ Returns to Rangeley

  RANGELEY -- The delightful musical “Oliver!” is coming to Rangeley once more. It will run June 27 to 30 at the Lakeside Theater. Wed More...

Caboose Gets New Lease on Life

  CARRABASSETT VALLEY -- Johanna Fowler of Cape Neddick, an avid skier at Sugarloaf/USA since 1981, had always wanted to own property on the mou More...

Man Killed by Wood Chipper

  DALLAS PLANTATION -- A Strong man killed in an industrial accident Wednesday, May 23 was remembered Thursday as a caring person, a hard worker More...

Mystery and Mayhem Come to Mt. Abram

  SALEM TWP -- A good time was had by all at Mt. Abram High School’s spring mystery dinner theatre production of “Win, Lose or Die,& More...

Mt. Abram Regional High School Events to Honor Class of 2007

  SALEM -- Mt. Abram High School is hosting two special events to honor the Class of 2007 and their families. Seniors and their parents and/or gua More...

Former Mill Undergoes Environmental Assessment

  KINGFIELD -– Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments has contracted a Phase 1 Site Assessment of the former Joneco Mill as part of an More...

Measure Twice, Cut Once

  Alan Gilmore, a Kingfield eighth grader, measures a two-by-four as part of the repairs students made to the bridge along the trail to the elemen More...