Stories about Jay

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Museum Hike-A-Thon moved to May 28 RANGELEY — The Wilhelm Reich Museum had to postpone the “Hike-A-Thon” on the trails at Orgonon on Saturday, May 17, because of rain. It has been rescheduled to 3 p.m. Wednesday, May 28, and will benefit its Hands-On Chil...

Spruce Mountain HS band to march in Memorial Day parade

 JAY —  Spruce Mountain High School activities for the week of May 24 to 30 have been announced. The band will meet at 7:30 a.m. Monday, May 26, at the Jay Police Department to march to the Jay Hill Cemetery. At 9:30 a.m. they will meet at Memco to line up for the Memorial ...

Daughters of Isabella to help clean up cemetery

JAY —  Daughters of Isabella Circle 677, St. Rose of Lima Church, held its monthly business meeting on May 14 to discuss upcoming events. Chancellor Lauriann Castonguay led in recitation of the Rosary. Draping of the charter was held for deceased members Dora Slovak, Jeannine Br...

Spruce Mountain to host school concerts

JAY — Spruce Mountain High School events for the week of May 17 to 23 have been announced. Students in Susan St. Pierre's and Michael Henry’s United States history classes are helping the American Legion place flags on veterans' grave sites in cemeteries in Jay, Livermore and L...

Well done - Student achievements

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio —  Aubie Greenleaf of Auburn was inducted into the International Honor Society Chi Sigma Iota Alpha Chapter on March 22 at Ohio University Athens, where she is a graduate student. She graduated from Edward Little High School in Auburn. S...

Veterans displaying Old Glory at Jay War Memorial

JAY — Veterans holding flags have begun standing at the Jay War Memorial from 8 to 9 a.m. each Monday and will continue until Veterans Day. Community members, as well as Maine's first lady, Ann LePage, and the Freeport Flag Ladies, have joined the group at times in the past....

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Program identifies wild greens TEMPLE — Koviashuvik Local Living School will offer "Wild Greens for the Common Table" from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 17. The cost is $55. Learn about amazing local plants that will grace your table, feed your family and ...

Veteran, 93, steps up to help Jay VFW post keep charter

JAY — VFW Post 3335 Commander Palmer Hebert said he will remain commander until members fill the position at the nearly 80-year-old organization. His term is up. He will work with member Don LeSuer of Jay, nearly 93, to make sure the post does not lose its charter. They are ho...

Spruce Mountain Middle School announces Scholar-Leader Awards

JAY — Principal Scott Albert has announced that eighth-graders Jordan Daigle and Rylee Delaney have been selected as the Maine Middle Level Schools Scholar-Leader  Award winners from Spruce Mountain Middle School. All decisions concerning selection have certain subjective elemen...

Jay fire chief updates board on training

JAY — Acting fire Chief Mike Booker on Monday gave selectpersons an overview of firefighter training in Farmington and Jay. The two days of training was conducted by Maryland-based Traditions Training LLC. The company is made up of veteran firefighters from East Coast. The Fra...