By Karin Schott FARMINGTON – The Marble Family Farms has reinvented itself again – this time by producing a value-added product they named Hotties. While Richard and Weslene Marble raise organic beef and cut hay, Andy and Sarah Marble grow organic vegetables. In 2006, Andy and Sarah Marble had just finished a biking tour or […]
NEW SHARON – Baby boy Zachary Alan Ouellette was born on Feb. 28 at 12:23 a.m. Celebrating this joyful occasion are mommies, Anna LaRochelle and Tami Ouellette, daddy Jamie Ouellette and big brother Trevor Greene.
By Aline R. Potvin, ND Preventative medicine is a buzz word in healthcare these days. While I love that more medical practitioners are thinking about preventing disease, I personally like the word proactive medicine better. We can never fully escape the dynamic nature of disease, and this term places emphasis on maintaining body integrity and […]
FARMINGTON – Robert H. Flick, 82, of Farmington, passed peacefully on March 4, 2014, at Franklin Memorial Hospital. He was born on Sept. 6, 1931, in Caledonia, N.Y., the youngest of eight children to James G. and Mary E. (Work) Flick. He was a graduate of Griffith Institute, Springville, N.Y. and graduated from the State […]
For a small state like Maine to have any influence on national events, it has to elect exceptional people to the U.S. House of Representatives. Unlike the 100-member U.S. Senate, where arcane rules and an acute partisan split require respectful treatment even for members with the charisma of feral pigs, anybody in the 435-member House […]
By Jane Knox
Vibrant rural Maine roads come to life as the bright March sun begins to warm up the earth. Route 27 along the Sandy River valley.