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60 days to find a new home

FARMINGTON – Before approving a .5 mil increase to the 2008 tax rate, selectmen offered homeowners some help and 60 days to find other living arrangements after the mobile home they live…

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Districts looking forward to new school year

FRANKLIN COUNTY – Mandarin Chinese, wind turbines and wood pellet boilers. Some aspects of going back to school sure have changed. And some haven’t. Teachers, students and parents are excited, school buses…

Otis Mill’s Number 10 machine to shut down

JAY – Wausau Paper Corporation announced today that it will be permanently shutting down the Number 10 machine, putting 150 of the 235 employees out of work. The shut down, expected on…

Hanging onto summer

A bright red dalia will continue its colorful ways until fall’s first frost. Photo by Scott Landry.…

Going once, going twice…

The week-long Steam Car Seminar event is wrapping up today, with five of the classic Stanley Steamers going up for bid at auction at the University of Maine at Farmington.…

Library begins issuing ‘Children’s Cards’

Elysia Roorbach (left) receives her new library card from Joanne Moloney (right) at the Farmington Public Library. The library has traditionally kept the card’s in a file, not issuing a physical card until patrons…

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Library fundraising banner stolen

FARMINGTON – A banner advertising the fundraising campaign for the public library’s roof repair project was taken over the weekend, and the staff wants it back. Head Librarian Melanie Taylor Coombs said…

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Bicyclists complete country-wide trek

BAR HARBOR – A pair of Maine bicycling enthusiasts completed a journey of mammoth proportions last week, when they ceremonially dipped their tires into the surf at Sand Beach in Acadia National Park. Those…

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