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Tri -Town Seniors elect officers JAY — On May 19 the Tri -Town Seniors held their last meeting for the season. A BBQ was served at noon followed by a short meeting. The secretary's and treasurer's reports were read and accepted as read. The election of officer...

Hundreds attend Oxford dragway's last race of the season

OXFORD — Engulfed in the black truck's enormous hull, chrome stirrups on the side, a massive toolbox in the bed, the Ford F-350's shining insignia raised from the anodized sheen of the doors, the smell of burnt rubber, fried food and exhaust intermingling with shouts and a cascade of heat o...

Auto Racing Roundup: King bounces back at Beech Ridge

Tyler King of Livermore Falls rallied from an early brush with the wall and multiple pit stops to score a second-place finish in the NASCAR Pro Series feature Saturday night at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway. Don Colpritt Jr. won the caution-plagued race. King started fourth but was inv...

May Students of Month

Well done - Student achievements

BOSTON — Brittany Martin, daughter of Jeanne and Dan Martin of Lewiston, has been named to the dean’s list with distinction for the spring 2014 semester at Boston University. A 2011 graduate of Lewiston High School, Martin is majoring in graphi...

Senior builds bench for school

Well done - Student achievements

BALTIMORE — Joshua Charest, the son of John and Louise Charest of Lewiston, graduated from Johns Hopkins University with honors. Joshua was awarded the “Best Design” for his senior year design project. He designed a device that will assis...

Free Senior Resource Fair set for June 19

MEXICO — In recognition of Elder Abuse Awareness Day, the Oxford County Elder Abuse Taskforce will hold a Free Senior Resource Fair from 9 to 11 a.m. Thursday, June 19, at the Oxford Federal Credit Union, 225 River Road. The event will include resource tables where attendees can rece...

Invasive forest pest training is June 17

NORWAY — The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation & Forestry Forest Pest Outreach and Survey Project in cooperation with Oxford Soil & Water Conservation District will present Invasive Forest Pest Training from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 17, at Norway Municipal Building...

Driver injured in Oxford Casino accident

OXFORD — A Portland man cut his arm when his vehicle flipped onto its side in the Oxford Casino driveway next to Route 26 on Tuesday, police said. According to Oxford police officer Bryce Mason, Michael Colerick, 70, was leaving the parking lot around 4:30 p.m. when he reached for a ...