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Boil water order in effect: Major water line break Saturday(0)

October 25, 2014

JAY – The North Jay Water District has put out a boil water order for those customers whose water service was interrupted early Saturday morning when a water main broke on Route 4. According to Ronald J. Moreau, water district treasurer, “the water line broke very early Saturday morning and it was a major break.” […]

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Performance featuring acclaimed essayist to focus on Franco-American experience

FARMINGTON – Acclaimed essayist and playwright Grégoire Chabot will be joined by fiddler Don Roy for a special performance on Oct. 29 at 7 p.m. at the Emery Community Arts Center at the University of Maine at Farmington. The performance will draw upon series of monologues about the experience of Franco-Americans in Maine and New […]

Career and technical education students recognized at Mt. Blue Campus

FARMINGTON – Mt. Blue Campus’ Career and Technical Education programs recognized some of their best students Friday, at the Foster CTE ​Gold Day Program Recognition Assembly. The campus holds four such assemblies annually, one for Gold Day and one for Blue Day students at the end of each semester. It’s a chance to recognize the […]

Inaugural Rangeley Senior Resource Expo a success

RANGELEY – On Saturday, Oct. 18, close to 70 seniors from the Rangeley region attended the first Rangeley Senior Resource Expo held at the historic Rangeley Inn. The Expo, sponsored by the organization Helping Elders Live in Place, was held in order to highlight resources available for seniors/elders in Rangeley and the surrounding communities. Participating […]

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