MSAD #41 Veterans Ceremony

Submitted by Sethen on November 6, 2017 - 10:22pm

New officers installed at Three Rivers Kiwanis Club

Linked from: Eastern Gazette
Submitted by Sethen on October 25, 2017 - 7:54am

by Mike Lange

MILO — Brenda Kelley joked that when she first was elected president of the Three Rivers Kiwanis Club of Milo/Brownville, embers would either learn to “love me or hate me.”

But since she was re-elected as club president twice and also served as Lieutenant Governor of Kiwanis District 2, she quipped “I guess they learned to love me.”

Kelley turned over the gavel to newly-elected president Susan Schaffer of Brownville at last weeks’ installation of officers, but she’s not walking away from her Kiwanis commitment.

Kelley has accepted another term as Lieutenant Governor where she provide guidance and support to clubs in Bangor, Brewer, Dexter, Dover-Foxcroflz, Hampden, Greenville and Orono-Old Town in addition to Three Rivers. She'll also serve on... Read More

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Milo Historical Society
Submitted by Milo Hist. Society on October 22, 2017 - 7:59pm

Minutes - September 19, 2017 Minutes

Town of Brownville - Docs
Submitted by aharmon on October 19, 2017 - 8:28am

Changes in TRC Webcams

Submitted by Sethen on October 17, 2017 - 11:55pm

We had to make some changes to the active webcams this week. 

Due to situations beyond our control, we have had to temporarily turn off the Milo Library Webcam and the Brownville Junction Train Yard webcam. 

We hope to have them back online as soon as we can!

Another State Representative Leaves Political Party, Joins Independents

Linked from: WABI TV-5 News
Submitted by Sethen on October 17, 2017 - 7:33pm

Representative Norman Higgins marks the fifth state lawmaker to leave a political party this year.

There were two elected Independent House members at the start of the last legislative session.

But going into their special session later this month, seven lawmakers will not belong to a major political party.

On Monday night, Representative Norman Higgins announced his decision to withdraw from the Republican party and continue the remainder of his term as an Independent.

He says it it was a difficult choice but one that he hopes sends a message to those who approach him in grocery stores and in passing that he understands the public's frustration.

"People stop and talk to me and say, 'Gee, I feel bad for you because it appears you can't get anything... Read More

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