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Local News 2006

 

New School Board election date set

Brocktown — This week's School Board meeting resulted in the following dates for this years elections.

The next school board trustee elections will take place on the subsequent October 15. Nomination day for candidates will be September 17.

The School Boards Association is offering an information session for school board candidates on June 21. Specific venues will be finalized closer to the date. Please check the ASBA website for more information.

For those looking for more information about school trusteeship, please read Becoming a school trustee: Information for those considering running in the upcoming election.

You may also wish to view a PowerPoint presentation to the Board of Trustees containing school trustee election information.

Contact your trustee representative for additional information.

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Latest High School Scores

Ashland 82, Gr. Houlton Chr. 36
At Presque Isle, Lucas Belanger led five players in double figures with 17 points as Ashland rolled over host Greater Houlton Christian.
Isaac Ward and Curtis Belanger tossed in 12 points apiece for the Hornets while Jeremy Tarr and Carl Nemer each added 10.

Fort Kent 59, LCS/MSSM 50
At Limestone, Sam Bard poured in 28 points, including four key free throws in the fourth quarter, to lead Fort Kent by the Limestone Community School/Maine School of Science and Mathematics.
Jason Lesaldo chipped in with 13 points for the winners.
Danny Hayes paced the Eagles with 20 points and 11 rebounds. Chris Kirchner and Matt Enman each added 10 points.

JV: Fort Kent 38-36

Shead 67, Lubec 57
At Eastport, Wayne Clossey netted 22 points to lead Shead past Lubec.
Dana Mitchell recorded 15 points and 17 rebounds and Aaron Sullivan added 12 points and 13 rebounds for the Tigers.
Timmy Gross scored a game-high 23 points and Jesse Reed tallied 17 points for the Hornets.

Woodland 67, Jonesport-Beals 56
At Woodland, Ben Sears tossed in a game-high 22 points as Woodland outscored Jonesport-Beals 20-5 in the fourth quarter to rally for the win.
Chad James tallied 18 points and Todd Diadone 15 for the Dragons while Spencer Brown grabbed 12 rebounds.
Mike Smith led the Royals with 17 points while James Kelly notched 15 and Harry Beal 14.

JV: Woodland 67-37

DI-Stonington 77, GSA 38
At Deer Isle, Bryant Ciomei poured in 34 points to lead the unbeaten Mariners to their fourth victory.
Collin Ciomei chipped in with 16 points and seven re-bounds and Eben Powers netted 10 points for the
inners. Rob Brown had five assists.
Jesse Ingraham paced George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill with 10 points.

JV: GSA 51-49



 

Local News 2007

 

 

Parade to take place this Saturday down Main Street
Despite the water, Men‘s and Women‘s auxillary parade will go down Main Street as planned next Saturday.
 
 
Local potato growers are looking to diversify

Hazelnuts may find a market in the manufacturing of chocolates while lavender is the latest trend in cosmetics. But finding a replacement crop that supplies the same profits isn‘t going to be easy.

 
 
Man faces charges in assault with knife
An argument over a piece of china led to a 52-year-old man cutting another man with a kitchen knife Wednesday, a County Sheriff‘s Office report says.
 
 
Casinos in Prescott

It's rather surprising the number of land based casinos in the Prescott Valley area, if you think about it. There is the Yavapai Casino, a decent small little casino, where the drink prices are great and food specials are great and food taste good. However some reviewers complain about the cigarette smoke filled gambling room which some feel is very small even for an Indian casino. Then, there is Bucky's Casino with their Friday night Texas Hold 'Em tournaments and Tuesday Ladies Poker Nights (also an enterprise of the Yavapai~Prescott Indian Tribe). Another is Cliff Castle Casino also on an Indian reservation offering lots of slot options. They even have a small non smoking area. But if you have access to internet service, sometimes it's just easier to sign in to your favorite poker or online slots USA player friendly site and stay at home. I haven't checked in at the local casinos to see if they saw a drop in revenue now that US players are allowed to gamble at numerous online casino sites. The social atmosphere is certainly not the same, but if you are a non smoker, you won't have to suffer in a smoked filled casino room. Prescott enjoys thousands of visitors year round and many of them do end up staying at a Prescott casino hotel. That makes it easy to stroll on over to an a-joining casino. On the other hand if you are wiped out after spending the day on Watson Lake, mountain biking, or visiting all the historic sites in the downtown area, you can always retire to your room and relax playing poker or slots online.

 
 
Police arrest, charge man in shooting

A man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder in the shooting attempt on a man during a domestic dispute, authorities said Friday.

 
 
Belvedere home is destroyed by blaze
A man was asleep inside the residence in the 600 block of Powerhouse Drive when the fire started at about 4:20 p.m., Fire Department Chief Todd Durrance said.
 

Breaking News 2007

Preacher‘s husband charged in her death
12 June, 2007
Wheat prices hit record highs on CBOT
12 June, 2007
Investigators: Improve VA bonus process
12 June, 2007
U.S. probing apparent Gitmo suicide
12 June, 2007
Mass. gay marriage faces test this week
12 June, 2007
E-mails: TB patient‘s family was no help
12 June, 2007
Aunt gets baby who survived hanging
12 June, 2007
7 wonders contest drawing to a close
12 June, 2007

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Local News 2006


Police arrest, charge man in shooting

10/16/2006 10:45:49 PM

A man has been arrested and charged with attempted murder in the shooting attempt on a man during a domestic dispute, authorities said Friday.

   

 

Belvedere home is destroyed by blaze

10/11/2006 10:01:03 AM

A man was asleep inside the residence in the 600 block of Powerhouse Drive when the fire started at about 4:20 p.m., Fire Department Chief Todd Durrance said.

   

 

Man faces charges in assault with knife

10/6/2006 7:34:28 AM

An argument over a piece of china led to a 52-year-old man cutting another man with a kitchen knife Wednesday, a County Sheriff‘s Office report says.

   

 

Parade to take place this Saturday down Main Street

9/29/2006 12:59:17 PM

Despite the water, Men‘s and Women‘s auxillary parade will go down Main Street as planned next Saturday.

   

 

Local potato growers are looking to diversify

9/22/2006 2:13:25 AM

Hazelnuts may find a market in the manufacturing of chocolates while lavender is the latest trend in cosmetics. But finding a replacement crop that supplies the same profits isn‘t going to be easy.

   

 

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Other Stories

10/2006  -   Kings coach Musselman arrested for DUI
10/2006  -   Kings‘ coach arrested on DUI charges
10/2006  -   Some cities embrace Kyoto Protocol
10/2006  -   8 cruise passengers still hospitalized
10/2006  -   Kings‘ coach arrested on DUI charge
10/2006  -   Oprah heralds N.C. black women‘s school
10/2006  -   Springfield show benefits cancer patient
10/2006  -   N.H. police officers mourn slain comrade
10/2006  -   Meet would-be Texas gov. Kinky Friedman
10/2006  -   Maltese islanders back accused priest
10/2006  -   Abbas seeks to curb Hamas in West Bank
10/2006  -   Oct. toll at 78 for U.S. troops in Iraq
10/2006  -   Ex-Peru president Valentin Paniagua dies
10/2006  -   Feds investigate fiery Pa. train crash
10/2006  -   Dems holding leads in many pivotal races

 



Local News 2006

 

Civic club donates to police units 10/27/2006 3:01:35 AM

The County Jaycees made donations Thursday to two auxiliary police units for providing security at the Jaycees Fair.

 
 
Fire guts Beech Island home 10/22/2006 3:01:27 AM

Firefighters from four departments battled a house fire late Wednesday night outside of Beech Island.

 
 
Nature park offers free tours 10/16/2006 10:46:46 PM

Free guided tours of Johnson Swamp Nature Park will begin Saturday and continue the first Saturday of each month from 9:30 to 11 a.m.

 
 
Jury exonerates Boortays 10/11/2006 10:01:59 AM

A federal jury has ruled Boortays was blameless in a multimillion-dollar lawsuit.

 
 
Widow rejects suicide claim 10/6/2006 7:35:25 AM

The widow of Carlton Evans denies her husband tried to flee authorities and committed suicide to avoid arrest.

 
 

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Other Stories

10/2006 -   National parties target Pennsylvania
10/2006 -   Dozens dead in Ethiopia flooding
10/2006 -   Monsanto strives to breed better pumpkin
10/2006 -   Police: Alligator nabbed in drug dispute
10/2006 -   Kazakhstan to Borat: Not so funny!
10/2006 -   Method comedy: Borat and faux personas
10/2006 -   National parties target Pennsylvania
10/2006 -   Democrats increase hope of winning House
10/2006 -   WTC insurers need not pay extra $700M
10/2006 -   Fla. man acquitted of sex assault hoax
10/2006 -   Hezbollah: Talks over soldiers under way
10/2006 -   AWOL soldier surrenders at Fort Knox
10/2006 -   NASA to send astronauts to repair Hubble
10/2006 -   Nielsens: Another tough week for Couric
10/2006 -   Last week‘s prime-time Nielsen ratings

 

 



Local News 2006

 


Judge denies restraining order 10/27/2006 3:01:36 AM

A federal judge Wednesday denied a Connecticut man‘s request for a temporary restraining order against a local woman accused of hiding the man‘s ex-wife and 4-year-old son.

 
 
Nominees sought for awards 10/22/2006 3:01:29 AM

Students Who Care will award four $600 scholarships to high school seniors Oct. 5 during Children‘s Week.

 
 
County to buy water 10/16/2006 10:46:48 PM

The County has purchased about 370,000 gallons of water since the end of July -- usually on days when residential use crests the 22 million-gallon mark.

 
 
Repairs to shut off water 10/11/2006 10:02:01 AM

Repairs to a water main will leave some Tobacco Road area residents and businesses without water for a few hours today.

 
 
Drug agents confiscate heroin 10/6/2006 7:35:27 AM

Drug agents arrested a man Tuesday on drug charges and confiscated an estimated $5,000 worth of heroin -- a sign the drug may be making a comeback, they said.

 

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Other Stories

10/2006 -   Monsanto strives to breed better pumpkin
10/2006 -   Police: Alligator nabbed in drug dispute
10/2006 -   Kazakhstan to Borat: Not so funny!
10/2006 -   Method comedy: Borat and faux personas
10/2006 -   National parties target Pennsylvania
10/2006 -   Democrats increase hope of winning House
10/2006 -   WTC insurers need not pay extra $700M
10/2006 -   Fla. man acquitted of sex assault hoax
10/2006 -   Hezbollah: Talks over soldiers under way
10/2006 -   AWOL soldier surrenders at Fort Knox
10/2006 -   NASA to send astronauts to repair Hubble
10/2006 -   Nielsens: Another tough week for Couric
10/2006 -   Last week‘s prime-time Nielsen ratings
10/2006 -   Review: Almodovar returns for `Volver‘
10/2006 -   Bush cautious on N. Korea nuke turnabout     

 


 

Local News 2006


School board will fill top spots 10/26/2006 7:01:21 AM
County school board members will hold a special called meeting Monday to elect the board‘s chairman and vice chairman.
 
 
Fatal fire ruled accidental 10/22/2006 3:01:30 AM
Authorities say the blaze that killed a man and woman Tuesday on Baker Island was accidental.
 
 
New rail switches approved 10/16/2006 10:46:50 PM

Transportation Systems finally has approved the use of remote-controlled switches that should give motorists relief from long waits at railroad crossings downtown, said Commissioner Sam Shep.

 
 
Man leads police on chase 10/11/2006 6:01:47 AM

A man was charged with drunken driving after leading police on a chase in a stolen car, police said.

 
 
Fire truck involved in wreck 10/7/2006 3:35:07 AM

A fire engine on the way to a call hit another driver Wednesday, police said.

 

 

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Other Stories

10/2006 -   Monsanto strives to breed better pumpkin
10/2006 -   Police: Alligator nabbed in drug dispute
10/2006 -   Kazakhstan to Borat: Not so funny!
10/2006 -   Method comedy: Borat and faux personas
10/2006 -   National parties target Pennsylvania
10/2006 -   Democrats increase hope of winning House
10/2006 -   WTC insurers need not pay extra $700M
10/2006 -   Fla. man acquitted of sex assault hoax
10/2006 -   Hezbollah: Talks over soldiers under way
10/2006 -   AWOL soldier surrenders at Fort Knox
10/2006 -   NASA to send astronauts to repair Hubble
10/2006 -   Nielsens: Another tough week for Couric
10/2006 -   Last week‘s prime-time Nielsen ratings
10/2006 -   Review: Almodovar returns for `Volver‘
10/2006 -   Bush cautious on N. Korea nuke turnabout

 

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