PHILLIPS – The second annual gathering of local story tellers will entertain folks at the Phillips Area Community Center (PACC) on Saturday, Jan. 28. The event includes a potluck supper beginning at 5 p.m. with the stories and tall tales beginning shortly after. Last year saw the first event of this kind at the PACC, […]
FARMINGTON – Heat Dance is back! Now in its sixth year, the dance will take place on Friday, Feb. 3 at the North Dining Hall on the University of Maine at Farmington campus. It will include all the events that have made it one of the best attended and more successful fundraisers in the region: […]
ROCKLAND – Stephen Joseph Waite, 67, passed away at his home in Rockland on Monday, Jan. 9, 2017. Born in Farmington on Jan. 12, 1950, he was the son of Joseph Norbert and Glynnese Eve (Farrington) Waite. He attended local Farmington schools and graduated from Farmington High School in 1968. After graduating he enlisted in the […]
I like Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s new budget. Really. No, I haven’t lost my mind, although that remains a possible excuse for future columns. And my newfound respect for LePage’s fiscal prowess isn’t the result of bad drugs, because the doctor assured me any side effects wouldn’t alter my political philosophy. I’m as clear-headed as […]
By Jane Naliboff
Someone wasn’t expecting an up and down, wet and dry, January thaw on Minnehonk Lake.
FARMINGTON – Three University of Maine at Farmington athletes gained skier and snowboarder of the week after this weekend’s events at Sugarloaf and Titcomb. In apline, Kyle Farrington finished in fourth overall and first for the division with times of 36.46 and 35.61 on Saturday, Jan. 14 at Titcomb. Farrington also finished in first place […]