October 28, 2009 RSS feed / Front Page

RLHT named Landowner of the Year

AUGUSTA — The Landowners Recognition Awards banquet was held on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at the Augusta Civic Center. More...

Arts & Entertainment

Men’s chorus seeking members

RANGELEY — Men of the Rangeley Region, do you sing? Does your husband or dad sing? Do your co-workers sing or whistle on the job? More...

Letters

I hope you have a guilty conscience

To the editor:   To the person and/or persons who removed items from my barn that were to be given to the Strong United Methodist Church rummage sale... I hope you have a guilty conscience; you deserve it —stealing from the Lord. More...

Thanks for making Mom’s celebration of life so special

To the editor:   The family of Margie Toothaker would like to express our sincerest thank-you to all the extended family, friends and community who helped make the celebration of her life so special. More...

Sports & Outdoors

Roadrunners hit the road in post

WESTERN MAINE — The post season high school soccer season is before us with both the girls’ and boys’ Mt. Abram teams making playoff contention. Both teams however are stuck in tough competition brackets. More...

Dining alfresco indeed

Three deer “dine” at Sugarloaf Sunday, Oct. 18. More...

Head-to-head

Mt. Abram girls’ coach, Monica Hedstrom (right) and Alex Lopez go one-on-one in the annual JV Girls vs. Boys JV soccer scrimmage. (Steve Mitman photo) More...

Irregular Regulars

~ WHOZIT~

Find Whozit answer in the Classifieds. More...

ANOTHER IRREGULAR READER IS BORN!

Henry Basil Ruddy Born: July 21, 2009 Gender: Male Parents: Robert & Julia, Stratton Maternal Grandparents: Basil & Laurie Friend, Sedgwick Paternal Grandparents: Lynda Kane, Surry Bob & Margo Ruddy, Seneca Falls, New York More...

Recipes from the Ridge

Kale —Not just a Garnish   More...

Wescott unveils foundation for Gondi’s return

CARRABASSETT VALLEY – After a couple weeks of lingering rumors surrounding significant mountain enhancements, excitement is now brewing following a selectmen’s meeting last Monday. More...

Valuation up, revenue down

MSAD #58 -– Superintendent Quenten Clark checked in last week with some district news. More...

Board supports ‘Yes’ on Question 3

SALEM -– Members of the MSAD #58 school board voted in favor of supporting Question 3 at their last school board meeting. More...

Op-Ed

School Con vs. Tax Con

Do you feel under-taxed, and do you feel that a centralized bureaucracy in Augusta would help to increase school efficiency?   More...

Please vote ‘YES’ on Question 5!

My mom died in July of 1999 from Pancreatic Cancer; a mere five months after diagnosis, typical for this type of cancer; it shows up with little warning and moves very quickly. More...

Legislative Report: The ballot questions

In the last few weeks many of you have asked me questions about the many ballot question that will be in front of you Nov. 3.   There are four kinds of ballot issues. More...

Obituaries - Free Access

Daniel E. Phillips

1953-2009 — An avid reader who enjoyed fishing and bird hunting, he had a passion for working with wood   LEWISTON -— Daniel E. Phillips, 56, of Strong, died Saturday, Oct. More...

News from our Schools

Much appreciated

Last week was Bus Driver Appreciation Week and the students at the Kingfield School showed how much they appreciated their drivers by doing something special for them throughout the week. More...

KES 8th graders raising funds

KINGFIELD — Several opportunities are available to support the Kingfield Elementary School eighth grade’s trip to Boston. More...

Smith attends St. Lawrence

CANTON, N.Y. — St. Lawrence University welcomes Peter C. Smith of Carrabassett Valley as a member of the class of 2013. Smith graduated from Carrabassett Valley Academy.   More...

Western Mountain Activities - Free Access

Western Mountain Activities

(*) indicates new entries   EVERY MONDAY   WORKSHOP: EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING ORIENTATION — 10 am- 12 pm, CareerCenter, 865 U.S. Rt. 2E, Wilton. Reg. req’d.: 1-800-982-4311.   EVERY TUESDAY   More...

Calendar

Calendar items: The Irregular, POB 616, Kingfield ME 04947; fax, 265-2775; e-mail, irregular.classifieds@tds.net or drop by our 239 Main St., Kingfield office.   BINGO — Fri. 6:30 pm, Legion Hall, Depot St., Phillips. More...