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Farmington police chief leaving department on Nov. 12(Comments Off on Farmington police chief leaving department on Nov. 12)

October 27, 2020

FARMINGTON – Police Chief Jack Peck, Jr. has announced that he will be leaving the department next month to take a position at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. Peck has been the Farmington department’s chief since 2010, following the death of Chief Richard Caton III. That 10-year run as the town’s chief was preceded by […]

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Thursday meeting in Temple on internet access

TEMPLE – Residents of Temple will be meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 29 at the Town Hall to ask questions about how a proposed project to bring high speed internet access – the kind necessary for on-line learning, businesses and health care – will affect them in terms of improved services and added […]

Totally Trades makes an impact

FARMINGTON – In 2017, Sadie Knight was already making a name for herself as what she calls an “advocate for females entering the automotive trade.” In the past three years, since she was invited to present at the Totally Trades conference at the Mt. Blue Campus for the first time, she hasn’t strayed from that […]

The Show Must Go On (Zoom): Mt Blue’s fall production of ‘Stranded: Views from Quarantine’

FARMINGTON – After cancelling their show last spring, postponing it to this fall, and eventually having to choose a new production to fit the restrictions of the current environment, Mt. Blue High School’s theater program has chosen a play to perform in November that is truly fit for the times. Stranded: Views from Quarantine is […]

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