Sodden fields are keeping potatoes in the ground and many farmers are worried about rot.
McKayla Mulherin, Isaiah Sypien and Abigail Ortiz of Caribou achieved the honor.
Recently I chanced upon what I call the Case of the Missing Death Certificate. In Maine it’s not unusual to be unable to find a death record prior to 1892. Town clerks usually recorded marriages, but death records were normally left to family Bibles and tombstones.
UScellular has launched its 5G mid-band network in Caribou to enhance the mobile, home and business internet experience for customers in the area. This new 5G network has more capacity and low latency for smoother data processing and can deliver speeds up to 10x faster than 4G LTE and current low-band 5G networks.
Limestone officials might still vote to cut off the former Loring Air Force Base from fire protection if it doesn’t pay.
Fort Fairfield could see a new potato chip processing company set up shop.
After a tumultuous financial ride over several years, Fort Fairfield residents will see a lower mill rate.
25 Years Ago – Sept. 23, 1998
ATX opens an office in the downtown area — Three miles of wire, numerous cubicles and a state-of-the-art computer system were installed in the former Brooks building to prepare for one of the city’s newest businesses. A crowd of more than 50 people showed up to celebrate the grand opening and dedication at the company’s new Sweden Street location.
Woodland residents voted to postpone the monthly Select Board meeting to next Tuesday after most of the board and town office staff could not attend.
Aroostook County Commissioners sided with Hodgdon town officials’ decision to close a small section of London Road.