June 20, 2007 RSS feed / Front Page

Public Invited to ‘Garden Party’

  NEW PORTLAND -- “We had these three naked women,” said Dianne Pease and Marilyn Gorman, members of the New Portland Historical Socie More...

Mailboxes Hit in Phillips, Avon

  PHILLIPS -- Police are investigating damage to more than five mailboxes Friday, June 15, Franklin County Sheriff's Deputy Sandy Burke said. Vand More...

Farmers’ Market at Brick Castle

  KINGFIELD -- The Kingfield Farmers’ Market begins Tuesday, June 26 and will be held at the Brick Castle from 3 to 6 p.m. The market will s More...

Karen Calloway Retires

  Strong School honored Karen Calloway as she retires after 33 years of teaching. She was honored by staff and friends being gifted with a scrap b More...

Auxiliary Winds Up Meetings For Summer

  KINGFIELD -- At the last meeting for the season of the Norton Wuori American Legion Auxiliary Unit Monday night, June 4 a joint potluck supper More...

Kingfield POPS: Dot Lambert to Conduct Symphony

  KINGFIELD -– Kingfield piano teacher Dot Lambert has been invited to be the guest conductor at the Kingfield POPS concert on June 30 in Ki More...

Strong Will be Blooming!

  STRONG -- Strong In Bloom, A Garden Tour! is planned for June 23, during which a dozen gorgeous sites will be open (rain or shine) to those wh More...

Logging Festival’s Coming Soon:

  RANGELEY -- The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum invites everyone to sign up for the Little Miss and Mister Wood Chip contest and to enter More...

Homicide Investigation Continues

  NEW PORTLAND -– Maine State Police were still not commenting on any of the details that led to the tragic death of Louise Brochu, co-own More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Nancy J. Durrell

  1943-2007 -- Her greatest pleasure in life was time spent with her family    JAY -- Nancy J. Durrell, 64, of More...

Christian T. Chenard

  1950-2007 -- He touched many lives and left his mark on this world in many ways    PORTLAND -- Christian Che More...

What’s Cookin: Moosely Bagels

  That morning cup of Java…   Coffee at one time was known as the devil’s drink. Thank God that Pope Vincent III heard this a More...

Cover Photo: Maypole

Stacey Cuppernell and her son Jackson, wind their way through bright ribbons during the annual Maypole festivities (inset) at Suzanne Dunham’s daycare and preschool in Kingfield. More...

Outstanding Volunteer

  Pat Pray, of Lexington, holds the Sandra C. Labaree Volunteer Values Award for serving as an outstanding role model in Maine given to her by the More...

Logging Museum Auction Promises Fun, Treasures

  RANGELEY -- On Saturday, July 7, at 10 a.m., the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum will hold its annual fundraising auction at the museum b More...

Lunchtime Luck

  David Lisherness, of Kingfield, landed this 16-inch beauty during a quick couple of casts on his lunchtime break last Friday, July 15. Lishernes More...

Stratton Summer Program Underway

  STRATTON -- Stratton’s six-week kids’ summer program is well underway offering swimming lessons, field trips, basic archery and much More...

‘Extreme Percussionists’ Added to Kingfield POPS

  KINGFIELD -– What do a symphony orchestra, 55-gallon drums and 12-gauge shotguns have in common?   You’ll be forgiven if the More...

Flamingo Hot Spot

  “The gauntlet has been thrown down and I’m responding…” said Ed Squibb, of Riverside Street in Kingfield Monday. Squibb, More...

Kingfield Planning: Real Estate Sign, Freeman Cmpground Reviewed

  KINGFIELD –- Planning board members heard an argument from Prudential Realty on Monday, June 11 for a Conditional Use Permit for a sign More...

TIF Talks Ccontinue in Kingfield

  KINGFIELD –- Tax Increment Finance Committee members met on Monday, June 11 to continue talks about possible TIF programs for Poland Spr More...

Soldier From Phillips Dies in Iraq

  Lindsay Tice contributed to this report   LEWISTON -- A 26-year-old Maine soldier died Wednesday, June 13, one More...