Stories about Phillips

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Estate planning and property FARMINGTON — What will happen to your woodland/farmland when you are gone? The Upper Kennebec Valley Chapter of the Small Woodlands Owners Association of Maine and the Maine Forest Service will host a program on estate planning from 5:30 ...

Irene M. Varney

PHILLIPS — Irene Margaret (Hodsdon) Varney, 86, of Phillips died peacefully at her home surrounded by her daughters, on April 1, after battling cancer.

Geraldine F. Coolong

FARMINGTON — Geraldine F. Coolong, 78, of Phillips, died March 23, at Edgewood Rehab and Living Center. She was born Feb. 22, 1934, to R. Keith Murphy and Jessima Ellis of Rangeley. Gerry attended Rangeley schools and married Eugene M. Coolong. They resided in Phillips and raised sev...

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Easter week PHILLIPS — The Phillips Community Church-UCC will hold Easter week services as follows: A Palm Sunday service with communion will take place at 11 a.m Sunday, April 1, at the church. On Thursday, April 5, a Maundy Thursday service will be held at 5...

Phillips school honor roll

PHILLIPS — Phillips Elementary School has announced the second trimester honor roll: High honors Grade eight: Caitlin Arms, Brook James. Grade seven: Senna Reid, Kaelie Ricker. Grade six: Ashley Burnham, Alexander Ryan, Sam Storer. Grade five: Ben Butterfi...

Franklin County arrest log

* Merissa A.  Beaulieu, 21, North Monmouth, driving under the influence, March 16, $3,000 unsecured, court appearance May 24, Farmington Police Department. * Savannah K. Oakes, 25, Jay, violation condition of release, March 17, no bail listed, Jay Police Department. * Richard S...

Earl Sumner Eustis Jr.

AUGUSTA — A loving husband, father, brother and grandfather, Earl Sumner Eustis Jr., 86, died peacefully after a long illness on March 10, at the Maine Veterans' Home, where he had resided for the past 2½ years. He was born in Phillips, July 24, 1925, the son of Earl Eustis Sr...

SAD 58 faces $258,000 budget hike

Editor's note: This story was modified on Monday, March 12 to correct incorrect information. The district's proposed budget represents a $258,000 increase from 2010-2011. SALEM TOWNSHIP — With a proposed budget hike of more than $258,000 SAD 58 directors be...

Scouts to hold cookie booth sales

Local Girl Scouts will conduct booth sales of cookies at the following times and locations in March. March 10: Troop 192, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Tractor Supply, Farmington; Troop 212, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Douin’s Market, New Sharon; Troop 486, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wicked G...

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Seniors meeting change LIVERMORE FALLS — The meeting of the Jay-Livermore Falls Seniors scheduled for March 5 has been delayed until Monday, March 12, at 1 p.m. An election of officers will be held at that time, as well as a regular weekly meeting. Anyone who ...