Stories about Dixfield

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Dirigo High School Gift of Giving campaign

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Dirigo names student of the month

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Ludden Library lists new materials

DIXFIELD — The following are new arrivals at Ludden Memorial Library. Adult fiction: The Duck Commander Family, Robertson; Red Sky Blue Moon, Golden; The Cartographer of No Man’s Land, Duffy; Pelican Point, Kauffman; Songs of Christmas, Spencer; The First of Ju...

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Classroom Awards given for work, attitude

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Hometown Energy remains busy two years after New York Times article

DIXFIELD — It's been nearly two years since local oil company Hometown Energy was featured in a New York Times article focusing on how people in Maine struggle to h...

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Poodunck Snowmobile club DIXFIELD — The Poodunck Snowmobile club will meet at 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 29, on Canton Point Road. Discussion will be around the Think Snow dance and the blessing of the sleds. All are welcome. New Year's Eve part...

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Dixfield woman arrested on drug possession, leaving scene of accident charges

MEXICO — A Dixfield woman was arrested Thursday evening on charges of drug possession and leaving the scene of a property damage accident, interim police Chief Roy Hodsdon said Friday. Trinity Wilson, 37, of Dixfield is charged her with unlawful possession of a schedule w drug, opera...

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Dirigo High School honor roll

DIXFIELD — The honor roll for the first quarter at Dirigo High School has been announced. High honors Grade 12: Salena Berry, Courtney Jean Blouin, Jackiellen Bonney, Isiah Brown, Lindsy Crutchfield, Oscar Norman Farmer DeRoche, Grace Hebert, ...

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Chimney fire damages attic, bedroom of Dixfield house

DIXFIELD — A chimney fire Tuesday night at a home on Route 2 damaged an attic and upstairs bedroom, a Dixfield Fire Company official said Wednesday. The home at 1551 Main St. is owned by Jeff and Ronnie Hanson. Jeff Hanson was treated at the scene by Med-Care Ambulance, Dixfield fire...

12:00am Sun Journal

Dixfield selectmen hear resident's request to make ATV crossing safer

DIXFIELD — The Board of Selectmen was asked Monday to do something about recreational vehicles riding along a section Route 142 and creating a hazard for motorists. At the Dec. 9 selectmen meeting, resident Freemont Tibbetts gave selectmen copies of a video showing the danger of the ...