Stories about Livermore

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Jay man faces reimbursement costs for timber cut on town land

LIVERMORE — A Jay logger faces paying the town between $10,127 to $115,750 for cutting about 1,250 trees without permission in the town's Memorial Forest off Poland Road. Selectpersons are waiting on one more estimate before they make a decision on how much to ask John Korhonen to re...

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Tree lighting, parade, Santa’s Workshop is Dec. 8 at SMHS South

LIVERMORE FALLS — The Spirit of the Season Committee will host a Santa's workshop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8, at the Spruce Mountain High School south campus (formerly LFHS), where kids can purchase items for their family members for 25 cents. Refreshments will be available for...

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Medicine take-back day yields 1,437 pounds in Androscoggin County

ANDROSCOGGIN COUNTY — The Medicine Take-Back held Sept. 29 was a huge success. Despite the rain, the take-back sites across Androscoggin County collected and disposed of 1,437 pounds of unwanted and expired medicines. Combined with the Spring Medicine Take-Back, 3800 pounds of unwanted and ...

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Schaub appointed treasurer in Livermore

LIVERMORE — Selectpersons voted 3-2 Monday to appoint Kurt Schaub treasurer to fill the remainder of Cathy Lee's term, Chairman John Wakefield said Monday night. Wakefield, Tom Berry and Wayne Timberlake voted in favor of the appointment, while Peter Castonguay and Megan Dion voted a...

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Chamber to meet a Norlands

LIVERMORE – The Jay-Livermore-Livermore Falls Chamber of Commerce monthly breakfast meeting will be held at 7 a.m. Friday, Dec. 7, at the Washburn-Norlands Living History Center on Norlands Road. The program this year is "Health, Sanitation and Deadly Disease." The presentatio...

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K. Wilson: Abortion focus is flawed

During every political season there is some debate on abortion. The problem is that the same arguments are used every time. The only choice seems to be either pro-life or pro-choice. I consider myself neither of these. Instead, I call myself pro-life-quality. What that means is that... 31

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Roberta Richards

AUBURN — Roberta Richards, 69, a resident of East Jay Road, Jay, passed away, Wednesday, Nov. 28, at Hospice House of Androscoggin with her family by her side following a brief illness. She was born Sept. 20, 1943, in Livermore, the daughter of Lloyd and Helen (Bryant) Ware. She atte...

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Church cancels Dec. 1 dinner LIVERMORE FALLS — Eaton Memorial United Methodist Church has canceled its planned roast pork dinner that was scheduled for Dec. 1. Organizers want everyone to support the benefit supper for Donald Simoneau being held the same night. The ...

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RSU 73 board approves bonding for renovation project

JAY — The RSU 73 board Wednesday night unanimously approved bonding a $1.8 million project to house all Spruce Mountain High School students in Jay starting next fall. But before the construction project can go ahead, voters in Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls must approve the fund... 1

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Fire departments from three towns sponsor food drive

LIVERMORE FALLS – Fire departments from Jay, Livermore and Livermore Falls are holding a nonperishable food drive to benefit the Tri-Town Ministerial Food Cupboard, which serves all three towns. The “three alarm” food drive will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Dec. ...