Stories about Temple

Farmington students take to the woods to learn sustainable living skills

TEMPLE — On a misty Thursday morning when most of his classmates were sipping from juice boxes at school, third-grader Adam Loeuen was learning to quench his thirst from a bubbling spring deep in the Maine woods. Loeuen, along with 40 classmates from the W.G. Mallett School in Farmin...

Temple 'Living School' offers 2012 classes

TEMPLE — The Springtime Ice Cream Open House will be held from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 26, at Koviashuvik Local Living School, Lake Drive. There is no charge to attend. Visitors are invited to come to the school, turn the crank and make old fashioned ice cream with ice ...

Nine RSU 9 towns accept Starks into district

RSU 9  Town Votes Chesterville:  21 yes, 5 no Farmington:  97, 7 Industry:  26, 3 New Sharon:  45, 7 New Vineyard:  26, 1 Temple: 20, 0 Vienna: 14, 2 Weld: 17, 2 Wilton: 55, 7 TOTAL VOTES: &nb...

Temple man faces charges in Farmington assault

FARMINGTON — Police say a Temple man attacked an acquaintance with a wooden stake on High Street on Thursday morning. Travis Gordon, 19, was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault following the attack in front of 229 High St., police said. Gordon assaulted a youn...

Lucille Jenkins Nutt

FARMINGTON — Lucille Jenkins Nutt, formerly of Temple, died on March 14, at Orchard Park Rehab and Living Center. She was born March 25, 1919, in Temple, the daughter of Wallace and Mellie Jenkins. She attended schools in Temple and graduated from Farmington High School, Class of 193...

Temple voters approve road committee, revaluation

TEMPLE — Town meeting voters authorized selectmen Monday night to form a committee to make a plan for town roads. About 50 residents gathered to consider the road committee, a town revaluation and raising a municipal budget, among other articles, Selectman Kathleen Lynch said Tuesday...

Temple town meeting set for Monday

TEMPLE — During the annual town meeting Monday, residents will consider authorizing a townwide property revaluation and forming a committee to create a plan for town roads. They will also acknowledge the service of a retiring longtime selectman. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. Mo...

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CSA fair FARMINGTON — The Winter Farmers market has announced a CSA fair from 9 to noon Saturday, Feb. 25, in the West Farmington Grange Hall. Support local agriculture by visiting area farmers and learning about the many CSA opportunities available in Western...

4-H club holding hay-raiser for horse rescue shelter

TEMPLE — Members of the Giddy Up & Go 4-H Horse Club are preparing for Saturday's hay collection to benefit The Double B Equine Rescue in Industry. Shortly after forming in 2008, the club began supporting the nonprofit shelter on Route 148. Club members are looking for donations ...

Dorothy Elaine Richmond

FARMINGTON — Dorothy Elaine (Parker) Richmond died Wednesday, Feb. 15, in Farmington, with her family, the Rev. Susan Crane and the Pierce House staff at her side. She was born Oct. 21, 1913, in Dover-Foxcroft, to John Stanley and Jessie Maude (Brown) Parker. She was born in the sam...