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Gardiner high school students take a peek at the future  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Thanks to returning graduates, current Gardiner Area High School students were able to get a realistic view of what college — and life after college — might be ...



Hixon-Smith  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Landon and Karyn Hixon of Richmond and Susan Graziano of Connecticut wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Aisha Ellen Hixon of Gardiner to ...



Gardiner graduates ready for the future  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

AUGUSTA — From the minute Alyssa Albert started high school, she was laser focused on the end of it. “Throughout my high school career, I have been mature ...



Kennebec Journal police log for June 25  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

IN AUGUSTA, Monday at 6:23 a.m., a well-being check was made on Oxford Street. 8:02 a.m., property was recovered on Cony Street. 10:12 a.m., a loose dog ...



Benefit father daughter dance set for May 4 in Gardiner  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

A father daughter dance, host by The Tabytha Jean Hembree Legacy Foundation, will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday, May 4, in the Gardiner Area High ...



Gardiner hoping for turf field at Hoch sooner rather than later  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Plan in place for new surface, but school is aiming to hit fundraising goal to start construction in May.



On 20-year anniversary of Edwards Dam removal, Kennebec River brimming with life  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

The removal of 162-year-old Augusta dam restored ecology and propelled a national movement, freeing 1199 U.S. rivers to date.



Field hockey: Gardiner edges rival Winslow to take B North crown  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

WATERVILLE — It was a spot for some teams, maybe most teams, to panic. But a quick two-goal deficit in the Class B North final drew a different reaction from ...



Teenager injured in car-pedestrian crash on Water Street in Gardiner  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

A 16-year-old boy was taken to MaineGeneral Medical Center after being hit by a car while crossing the road near 415 Water St.



Gardiner Adult Ed ed classes set  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Registration is open for a wide variety of classes offered by Gardiner Adult Education. Community enrichment classes starting soon include Beginner Crochet, ...



Gardiner high school gymnasium roof mended temporarily, appears structurally sound  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

GARDINER — The gymnasium at Gardiner Area High School does not appear to have sustained structural damage despite a large section of its roof being ...



Obituary: Norman Abbott Gosline  Lewiston Sun Journal

GARDINER – Norman Abbott Gosline, 83, of Gardiner, died after a short, but valiant, fight with cancer on March 23, 2019. Born Nov. 6, 1935, at Gardiner Hospital ...



Gardiner athletics working to fund new turf field  WMTW Portland

Gardiner would be the first public school in the area to have a field turf complex.



Gardiner high school gym roof torn open by storm  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

GARDINER — The James A. Bragoli Memorial Gym at Gardiner Area High School was heavily damaged by the storm Monday when part of the roof and ...



Gardiner teens get inside scoop on running business  Press Herald

Alic Shorey serves a bowl of ice cream with a cone on top to a customer Tuesday at the Cat Shack. "It was a shock how much effort it actually is to get a ...



Learning by scooping: Gardiner students get sweet business lesson  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

A Gardiner Area High School class in how to start a business leads students to operate an ice cream stand at Waterfront Park.



Emotional testimonials save Gardiner high school wrestling  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

GARDINER — For more than a half-hour, students hoping to wrestle at Gardiner Area High School made their case Thursday to the school district's finance ...



Gardiner class of 1968 to hold 50th reunion July 14  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Gardiner High School's class of 1968 will celebrate its 50th class reunion from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday, July 14, at the Gardiner Elks Lodge, 148 Cobbossee Ave.



Gardiner high school senior preparing for state poetry finals  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Gabrielle Cooper would win cash and an all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C., for the national championship if she wins the Poetry Out Loud Maine State ...



Cony, Gardiner fight songs part of the rivalry  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

The bands have played on through tough weather and tougher results over the schools' long history of competition.



April 20th is 20th Anniversary of Columbine Massacre  92moose.fm

April 20th is the 20th Anniversary of the Columbine High School Massacre.



Gardiner science teacher charged with sexually assaulting 16-year-old girl  Lewiston Sun Journal

AUGUSTA — A science teacher at Gardiner Area High School has been charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl, allegedly plying her with alcohol at ...



New ice cream venture at Sandy River Farms  Lewiston Sun Journal

FARMINGTON — Erika Johnson, granddaughter of Sandy River Farms owners L. Herbert “Bussie” and Brenda York, makes the frozen custard ice cream sold by ...



Gardiner teacher faces drug charges  Press Herald

GARDINER — A Gardiner Area High School math teacher is among three people who were charged with drug offenses after police conducted a random search ...



Matt Burgess resigns as Gardiner football head coach  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Former player leaving Tigers for position at Bridgton Academy.



Harold G. Warren Jr.  Boothbay Register

Harold Guy Warren Jr., 78, of East Boothbay, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Oct. 6, 2018 at Central Maine Medical Center after a ...



Gardiner among local schools to participate in Read to ME Challenge  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Gardiner high school students read to elementary school children, while adults read stories to local middle schoolers.



Cousins make key contributions in Husson's run to NCAA softball tourney  Bangor Daily News

Arika Brochu said she and Husson University teammate Bri Brochu were basically born at the softball field.. Maine news, sports, politics, election results, and ...



Free Prom Gowns Through Cinderella Project Of Maine  q1065.fm

Once again this year, the Cinderella Project of Maine is offering free prom gowns to Maine students.



KJ Boys Lacrosse Player of the Year: Sloan Berthiaume, Gardiner  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

League's best face-off man led Tigers to unbeaten regular season.



Dave Cloutier, first Mainer to play for Patriots, dies at 78  Press Herald

The Gardiner native starred for the UMaine football team before playing for the Boston Patriots in 1964. By Mike LoweStaff Writer. Follow on Twitter · Email Writer ...



Power run game helps Gardiner hold off Hampden Academy  Bangor Daily News

HAMPDEN, Maine — Gardiner High School went into Friday night's game at Hampden Academy intent on proving it could play power football. The Tigers' ...



Sheriff uses experience, planning in multi-faceted job  Boothbay Register

Family violence, IT crimes and lifesaving drugs are not part of most workplaces, but for Lincoln County Sheriff Todd Brackett, they are a daily part of the job.



IHOP Free Pancake Day on Tuesday benefits Montana kids with rare illnesses  KULR-TV

Five IHOPS in Montana are raising money for Shodair Children's Hospital with Free Pancake Day. Proceeds will benefit patients like Kathryn Ross, a Montana ...



Gardiner comes up just short against York in Class B field hockey  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Wildcat's determination gets them the championship title after 2-1 win against Tigers.



Maine's first Patriots player, former UMaine star, dies at 78  Bangor Daily News

FOXBOROUGH, Massachusetts — Football standout Dave Cloutier, who owns the distinction of being the first Maine native to play for the Boston Patriots, has ...



Survivor Advocate MacMaster Speaks from the Heart  The Lincoln County News

When Steve MacMaster, of Pittston, drove himself to the emergency room on Feb. 6, 2018, he thought the pain in his shoulder was a rotator cuff injury.



Boys' soccer: Gardiner unloads on Spruce Mountain  Lewiston Sun Journal

GARDINER— After watching Gardiner High School's stellar performance, it would take a great deal of convincing that the Tigers have had trouble putting the ball ...



MIA in Vietnam, brother still mourned, honored  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Our lives as a family changed forever on Jan. 1, 1968, when my brother Terrence Hanley disappeared from the skies over North Vietnam. Terry was the fifth of 10 ...



Matt Nelson named York High Schools next football coach  Seacoastonline.com

YORK, Maine — The York High School football program brought back one of its former players to be its next head coach.Matt Nelson, a 1990 graduate and ...



Nine new state police troopers earn their badges  PenBayPilot.com

VASSALBORO — Maine's nine newest state police troopers, including two who will serve in the Midcoast region, received their badges in ceremonies at the ...



Meet The New Superintendent of Yellowstone  Buckrail

By Todd Wilkinson. When Cameron “Cam” Sholly officially took the reins of Yellowstone last autumn, the new superintendent of America's original national park ...



Yellowstone's New Chief Breaks The Silence  Mountain Journal

Two longtime professionals, one being brought in to replace the other; the latter, Dan Wenk, a venerated veteran of the National Park *Service* whom many ...



HS sports: York AD puts forward candidates to fill vacant head coaching posts  Seacoastonline.com

YORK — The York High School athletic department has filled three of its vacant head coaching positions, pending approval of the School Committee at ...



Great reads about hunting, fishing, and more | George's Outdoor News  Bangor Daily News

I probably overwhelmed Kristina Wheelock when she asked for book recommendations. I've got bookshelves full of books about hunting, fishing, birding, wildlife, ...



Power companies expect recovery from historic storm to take days  Press Herald

A motorist drives under a falled utility pole propped up by a pine tree limb on High Head Road in Harpswell on Wednesday. Staff photo by Gregory Rec.



Track and field season kicks off at Waterville Relays  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

WATERVILLE — Spring is all about renewal, which made the 11th Annual David Whyte Memorial Relays the perfect way to kick off the high school track and ...



Better Know a Buckeye: Ellijah Gardiner | Eleven Warriors  Eleven Warriors

This week's Better Know a Buckeye feature continues with a profile of Ellijah Gardiner, a wide receiver from Kemp, Texas.



Snowe joins Collins in Senate vote for unlimited potatoes in school lunches  Bangor Daily News

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Senate voted Tuesday evening to prevent putting any limits on serving potatoes or other vegetables in school meals.



Yellowstone staff mourns passing of colleague | Montana News  Billings Gazette

The close-knit community of Yellowstone National Park's staff suffered an emotional blow this week after public affairs specialist Amy Black Bartlett died on ...



Lawmakers, industry decry 'backdoor approach' to limiting potatoes in schools  Bangor Daily News

WASHINGTON — While pleased that new guidelines issued by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for school meals do not restrict servings of potatoes, members ...



A Pioneer of K-9 Program, Deputy of the Year Now Keeps Order in the Court  The Lincoln County News

Lincoln County Sheriff's Deputy Clayton Jordan with Heidi, his K-9 partner through the late 1980s and early 1990s. (Photo courtesy Clayton Jordan). Lincoln ...



Hall-Dale High School robotics team preparing for competition season  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

AUGUSTA — While some of their classmates were enjoying the February break relaxing on the ski slopes or at the beach, members of the Hall-Dale High ...



Robidou settling in as hoops coach at Manhattan  Belgrade News

MANHATTAN — The start of high school basketball season is still six months away. But Jacob Robidou has already been working with his players for three ...



Historians support tribal groups' call for removal of veteran's name from Yellowstone mountain  Billings Gazette

Two Bozeman historians are supporting tribal groups' call for the removal of Gustavus Cheyney Doane's name from a mountain in Yellowstone National Park.



NOTEBOOK: Kents Hill girls cross country shines at New Englands  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Winning one New England Prep School Track Association Division 4 cross country title is special. For the Kents Hill girls, winning the title two years in a row is ...



Boston doc spearheads health care initiative in Maine  Press Herald

The program will offer a wide range of onsite, online, teleconferencing and multi-media educational opportunities to health care professionals as well as to ...



The New West: The Dishonorable Ousting of Wenk –  Planet Jackson Hole

Ryan Zinke's removal of Ystone superintendent has sparked national outrage JACKSON HOLE, WY - After 42.5 years toiling for the same company, doing...



Cheering: Central edges Lisbon for Class C crown; Hermon rules in Class B  Lewiston Sun Journal

Spruce Mountain High School competes in the 2018 Maine Principals' Association State Cheerleading Championsips in Bangor on Saturday morning. (Andree ...



Harmful caterpillar abundant this spring, Maine Forest Service warns  Bangor Daily News

The browntail moth caterpillar, an invasive species that has proven harmful to humans, has a higher population than usual in Maine this spring, and the Maine ...



Ryan Zinke Scores A Pyrrhic Victory In Yellowstone  Mountain Journal

After ousting Dan Wenk over bison, Interior Secretary now must decide: will he stand behind his controversial National Park *Service* Director?



Portland woman in championship round for 'Best Name in Running'  Press Herald

Gretchen Speed, a competitive road racer from Portland, didn't always have such a cool runner's name. In 2011, the Gardiner High School graduate married her ...



Oceanside, Mt. View win drama fest regionals - By Dagney C. Ernest  Courier-Gazette & Camden Herald

The 2014 Maine Drama Festival one-act play competition's regionals were held Friday and Saturday, March 7 and 8, at nine locations around the state. All but ...



Free Thanksgiving meals, services — State — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine  Bangor Daily News

BANGOR — Multifaith, multigenerational Thanksgiving Eve *service*, 7-8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 25, St. John's Episcopal Church, 225 French St. Nursery care.



Yellowstone: ‘For the benefit and enjoyment of the people’  Great Falls Tribune

Thousands celebrate National Park *Service* centennial.



Fryeburg Academy names next Hall of Excellence induction class  The Bridgton News

Fryeburg Academy Hall of Excellence is pleased to announce the 2016 inductees! This will be the seventh group inducted into the Hall of Excellence and ...



Former University of Maine goalie enjoys stint as volunteer coach  Bangor Daily News

ORONO, Maine — Former University of Maine goalie Ray Jean has begun his new stint as the volunteer assistant goalie coach at Maine. He replaces John ...



Wounded Maine veteran gets gift of 'freedom' for his sacrifice  Press Herald

Travis Mills, badly hurt in Afghanistan, receives a high-tech Maine home from the Gary Sinise Foundation. By Craig CrosbyKennebec Journal. Email Writer ...



Got an itchy rash? Browntail moths out in force in Maine, spreading noxious hairs  Press Herald

It's a problem unique to the coast and could last into next year, but protecting yourself isn't easy. By Gillian GrahamStaff Writer. Follow on Facebook · Follow on ...



Barrows Scholarships recipients named  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Lynch, Gibbs and Frankhauser receive scholarships.



On Deck, a sports calendar for April 27, 2017 — On Deck — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine  Bangor Daily News

ADVENTURE RACING BRADLEY — Spring Runs 5K Cross Country Race, 8:30 a.m. Saturday, May 20. The Maine Forest and Logging Museum (aka Leonard's ...



Stout in his beliefs, Erskine athletic director looks back, forward as retirement nears  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

SOUTH CHINA — Doran Stout's Erskine Academy office still looks like a typical, though slightly larger than most, athletic director's office. An uninformed visitor ...



McCain Foods begins $65M expansion of french fry plant in N.B.  CTV News

McCain Foods says it will spend $65 million to add a new production line to meet demand for hash brown patties and other potato products.



Driving the 'Highway to Hell'  Press Herald

Originally published April 22, 2007. The four Humvee “gun trucks” are all packed. The 45 tractor- trailer rigs, all driven by civilians, are lined up and ready to go.



Readfield crash victim name still not released  Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel

Police Thursday continued to try to confirm the identity of a man killed in a Wednesday crash on Plains Road in Readfield that badly injured two other men.



Lost: A Special Report  Press Herald

Special Report: A 10-day series exploring the heroin scourge in Maine and the horrific cost.



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