Turner Publishing offering direct mail flyer program

Due to the closing of Target Marketing of Maine, Turner Publishing is now offering the direct mail flyer program. Call now for more information on…

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Augusta student named to Iowa dean’s list

AMES, Iowa — Talia Jorgensen of Augusta, Maine, has been named to the spring 2021 dean’s list in the College of Human Sciences at Iowa…

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Personal storytelling session is Aug. 7 in Rangeley

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will host an evening of personal storytelling at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 7, at the RFA Lakeside…

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Norway library hosts Scots-Irish geneology presentation via Zoom Aug. 3

NORWAY — Norway Memorial Library will host B. J. Jamieson, Maine State Library genealogy research specialist, for a presentation on Scots-Irish genealogy. The presentation will…

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Maine News Events Calendar July 30

The MAINE NEWS CALENDAR of Events is updated and published online daily. The “calendar week” begins on Saturday and submissions for the digital calendar should…

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Central Maine students named to Emmanuel dean’s list

BOSTON — Students from central Maine have been named to the Emmanuel College dean’s list for the spring 2021 semester. Emmanuel students must achieve a…

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RTT volunteer Niboli is named international Volunteer of the Year

PHOTO: Riding to the Top volunteer Pat Niboli, seen with Flynn, has been named PATH International Volunteer of the Year. (RTT photo) WINDHAM — Riding…

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RRG&SA Junior Guides 25th anniversary celebration is Aug. 9

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association is celebrating 25 years of its Junior Guides Summer Program this year, and will hold a…

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Aug. 7-8 to be Maine’s first annual Wild Blueberry Weekend

PHOTO: Patricia Kontur, Wild Blueberry Association director of programs; DACF Commissioner Amdanda Beal; Gov. Janet Mills and Nancy McBrady, DACF Bureau of Agriculture, Food and…

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Oakland boy joins the Maine 4,000-foot club

By Mark Huard OAKLAND — Trenton Clark, 9, has hiked all of Maine’s 4,000-foot and higher peaks. Trenton and his mother, Leanne, started hiking as…

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