May 30, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

Phillips lost a good woman last week

Phillips lost a good woman last week —90-year-old Edith Caton. She wasn’t only known as a leader in some organizations or prominent in town business, she was known for a lot of other good qualities.  More...

Thanks volunteers for cleaning up area streets

Around 30 volunteers showed up to clean the streets/highways and side roads of Eustis, Stratton, Coplin and Wyman areas. They covered 20 of our 26 miles and collected over 30 bags of garbage and other debris. More...

Thanks for helping support our friend

We would like to thank BJ Bangs and the Irregular for the beautiful story she wrote about our friend Stephen Malieswski who has ALS.  We would also like to thank Tranten’s Family Market for always supporting their community and everyone wh More...

Thank you for the hugs, smiles and caring words

I always thought that cancer was just a six-letter word… that happened to other people. Then the doctor looked at my husband and said, “It’s cancer.”  More...

Kingfield is not a ‘slum and blight’ area

The people of Kingfield will be asked to vote at our next town meeting on an article designating a portion of our beloved town as a “slum and blight” area.  I hope you have all read or will make it a point of reading the commentary w More...

It’s bicycling season —drivers, cyclists know the law

It is the season when bicyclists are back on the road!  I would like to thank local drivers whom I have seen (and experienced) carefully pulling out around cyclists who are riding on our roads. More...

Help us preserve the beauty of Eustis Ridge

When I left the recent open planning board meeting held on May 14 regarding the AT&T proposed 150-foot tower on Eustis Ridge, I was dismayed to think that the citizens of Eustis Ridge would even think of allowing a cell tower on Eustis Ridge.&nbs More...