100 years ago, 1910

Edward Little High School opened Monday with an exceptionally large attendance. In the freshman class the attendance was a record-breaker by 137. The increase lies a great deal in the out-of-town scholars. One noticeable fact is the increase of pupils in the entering class who are to take the commercial course. This has only lately been made a course in the two lower classes.

50 years ago, 1960

Auburn Civil Defense Director John W. Jordan last night commended and thanked Auburn city departments for their cooperation with the CD organization during the Hurricane Donna alert.

Jordan said fire, police and highway departments did an outstanding job during the emergency. He said that their cooperation with CD was excellent.

25 years ago 1985

The Public Utilities Commission will hold two public hearings in Lewiston Thursday on the issue of local measured telephone service.

Unlike the present telephone billing system, in which callers can make an unlimited number of local calls for a uniform monthly fee, measured service bills each customer according to the number and length of calls made.

Thursday’s hearings will be at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Lewiston Multi-Purpose Center. Representatives of the PUC will be present to answer questions on the program, which is scheduled to take effect in February 1986.


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