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Community rallies to support Nate Childs

TEMPLE – In less than two hours, 210 ham dinners, complete with mashed potatoes, biscuits and butter, were served at the Temple Town Hall and $3,365 was raised for 21-year-old Nate Childs…

MSAD 9/MSAD 58 consolidation plan approved by DOE

AUGUSTA – The state Department of Education has approved a consolidation plan that would combine the MSAD 9, MSAD 58, Coplin and Highland Plantation school districts, clearing the way for a local…

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United Way campaign kicks off

FARMINGTON – A ring of table displays depicting the work the United Way of the Tri-Valley supports helped kick off the 29th annual campaign to raise $395,000 this year. Crystal Cook, operations…

Mallett School project goes to straw vote

FARMINGTON – The Mallett School Building Committee is hoping for a good turnout at tomorrow evening’s presentation on the concept for the new elementary school. The meeting, which is scheduled for Sept.…

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Farmer hit by car Sunday, returns to fair

FARMINGTON – Teresa Hardy pulled the shy calf from her stall towards the show ring somewhat stiffly this morning after getting hit by a car Sunday evening. With more nudging, “Lara,” reluctantly…

Community response team to meet on mill shutdown

LIVERMORE FALLS – The United Way of the Tri-Valley Area will be convening a meeting of local and state agencies to address the upcoming job losses at the Wausau Paper Corporation mill.…