Stories about Harrison

PHOTO: Tie-dyed

The Harrison Summer Recreation's day camp began last week with "Spirit Week." As part of the activities, the children tie-dye their own Harrison Recreation shirts to wear on field trips. Recreation Director Paula Holt said the owners of NH Tie Dye traveled to Harrison and spent the day at Crystal...

Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival will begin July 17

HARRISON — Principal players in orchestras from Maine to California, recording artists and performers in festivals across the country and abroad will converge at Deertrees Theatre next month for the Sebago-Long Lake Music Festival. Celebrating its 40th season of presenting ...

Central Maine Commu­nity College presents awards at annual dinner

AUBURN — More than 225 people attended the fifth annual Central Maine Community College Annual Dinner held recently at the Hilton Garden Inn. The event was hosted by the college's Education Foundation Board of Directors. President Scott Knapp's “State of the College” addr...

Well done

FORT KENT — One hundred sixty-nine students received degrees at the 130th commencement exercises at the University of Maine at Fort Kent. Stephanie Chick, senior class representative, addressed her fellow graduates. Chick is from Lisbon and graduated...

Fire damages home in Harrison

HARRISON — A home on Plains Road was badly damaged in a Thursday morning fire. No one was injured, according to Harrison Town Manager George Finch, who is also the public information officer. “They all got out fine,” he said of owners David and Christine Nalley. Th...

Pallet of bricks stolen from Harrison VFW

HARRISON — A pallet of red bricks that were to be inscribed with veterans' names for a memorial has been stolen, Town Manager George Finch said. According to a statement from Finch, the bricks were stolen sometime in the last two weeks. They were to become part of the 1

British Soccer Camp returns to Harrison

HARRISON — The Challenger British Soccer Camp is returning to the Harrison Radar Sports Complex Aug. 6-10. The camps are for ages 3 through 5; 6 through 8; and 9 through 14. Harrison Recreation Director Paula Holt said the British Soccer Camps provide young players with the rare oppo...

Winslow, Davis elected to Harrison Board of Selectmen

HARRISON — Incumbent Selectman Bill Winslow and political newcomer Christine Davis won election to the Board of Selectmen in Tuesday's annual town election. Winslow, the current board chairman, garnered 315 votes. Davis polled 266 to fill the second vacant seat on the board vacated b...

Briefly

Free supper at Congre. Church NORWAY — A free supper will be held from 5 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 15, at Second Congregational Church on Main Street.  On the menu this month is American chop suey, macaroni and cheese, veggies, rolls and dessert. Call the ch...

Dwight 'Pete' L. Tripp Jr.

AUBURN — Dwight “Pete” Loring Tripp Jr., 76, of Harrison, died Monday, June 11, at the Hospice House. He was born in New Gloucester on his great-grandfather Will’s farm, the son of Dwight Sr. and Marion Dunlap Tripp. Soon after birth, Will was nicknamed Dwight Jr., ...