Stories about Dixfield


Dirigo High School Gift of Giving campaign


Dirigo names student of the month


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...


Classroom Awards given for work, attitude

9:03pm Sun Journal

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...



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...


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...


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, ...


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 ...