Somerset County addressing overdose deaths

SKOWHEGAN — The Somerset County Pathways to Recovery program is working to improve prevention, treatment and recovery for people with opioid use disorder in the…

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Madison Legion donates boots, coats to area schools

PHOTO: Boots and coats packed up and ready for the schools. (Submitted photo) MADISON — American Legion Tardiff-Belanger Post 39 recently donated boots and coats…

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Artists sought for Skohwegan Kennebec on Fire installation

SKOWHEGAN — Main Street Skowhegan and the Wesserunsett Arts Council have launched an open call for proposals to Kennebec on Fire, a public art sculpture…

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Longtime Skowhegan Savings VP Ducharme retires

SKOWHEGAN — Skowhegan Savings announces that Jack Ducharme, vice president regional community banker of Somerset County, retired at the end of December after 20 years…

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Fairfield police carry on Cops Care for Kids program

Even though the Cops Care for Kids program looked slightly different this year, officers from the Fairfield Police Department didn’t let that stop them from…

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Maine Scouts honor veterans during holiday season

PHOTO: Life scout Tommy Sylvester, of The Forks, and his mother, Heather, deliver some of the 26 boxes of food that Cubs and Scouts in…

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Hight, Saddleback team up on photo contest

RANGELEY — Hight Family of Dealerships and Saddleback have partnered up for a photo contest. Through the end of January, the #ThisIsMyMaine photo contest will…

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Central, western Maine students named to UVM dean’s list

BURLINGTON, Vt. — Several students from the Turner Publishing circulation area in central and western Maine were named to the dean’s list for the fall…

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Wilton resident Archibald named assistant VP at Skowhegan Savings

SKOWHEGAN — Wilton resident Nate Archibald has joined Skowhegan Savings as an assistant vice president and commercial lender. Archibald brings a variety of experience in…

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Displaced Jay mill workers can go to CMCC, KVCC for free

AUGUSTA — Workers who lost their jobs at the Jay paper mill after April’s explosion can get free training and classes at two local community…

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