Stories about Livermore Falls

Seniors to have Valentine meal

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Jay-Livermore Falls Seniors met at Murray Hall on Jan. 30 with 27 members present. Chairwoman Shirley Couture opened the meeting with a prayer, salute to the flag and a moment of silence for departed members and for the men and women serving here and abroad....

Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls chamber breakfast to feature business guide

JAY — The Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce will hear a presentation Friday morning on the design of its 2012-13 Area Guide, which is distributed to visitors and tourists throughout the year at various venues. The breakfast meeting, sponsored by PuroClean Water-Mold-F...

RSU 73 building committees set first meetings

LIVERMORE FALLS — Two new RSU 73 ad hoc committees forming to address building renovations and addition on the Jay high school, and disposition of the Livermore Falls middle and high schools have set initial meetings. Building Disposition Subcommittee Chairwoman Jackie Knight of Live...

Residents have say on proposed closing of post office

Pullout: Letters and concerns on the proposed closing of the East Livermore Post Office may be sent to USPS, care of Kathy Rokowaski, Consumer Affairs, 151 Forest Ave., Portland, ME 04101. Concerns can also be voiced to Maine’s U.S. congressional delegation: Sen. Olympia Snowe...

RSU 73 schools collect used electronics to earn equipment

LIVERMORE FALLS — Regional School Unit 73 is collecting used technology items such as digital cameras and cell phones to buy equipment for schools. Jay Middle School and some of its students became involved in the Funding Factory in 2001, district Technology Coordinator Randy Easter ...

Spruce Mountain students of the month listed

LIVERMORE FALLS — Several students were recently recognized as Students of the Month at Spruce Mountain High School South Campus. September

Towns have $300,000 plus in credits toward 2012-13 school budget

LIVERMORE FALLS – Each of the three towns in RSU 73 will have more than $300,000 previously raised by taxpayers applied to its share of the 2012-13 school budget. Voters will have to re-vote to spend that money at the district budget meeting this spring. District Business Manager Sta...

Briefly - Franklin County

Adult education JAY — RSU 73 Spruce Mountain Adult Education is offering the following academic and enrichment course offerings in Jay or Livermore Falls. During the spring semester, the following academic courses are being offered: writing, U.S. history, chem...

Franklin County arrest log

FARMINGTON — The following were recently booked at the Franklin County Detention Center: * Dillan Hatch, 19, Wilton, two counts of violation condition of release, Jan. 26, no bail listed as of Jan. 30, Wilton Police Department. * Janie Mullins, 20, Augusta, warrant - failure t...

R. Tremaine: An unfortunate term

Our beloved King Paul Le­Page made another appearance recently. I feel so good knowing that we have a man like him to command us. As is the case with all kings, King Paul must be obeyed and all of his edicts must be followed to the letter, or terrible retribution will befall us. 5