Wardens Ask For Volunteers To Help Search For Missing Woman in Medford

Linked from: WABI TV-5 News
Submitted by Sethen on September 12, 2017 - 6:38pm

MEDFORD, Maine (WABI) Wardens will lead a large scale organized search on Sunday for a woman from Medford who's been missing since November.

71-year-old Diana Estey was last seen on Halloween.....her disappearance remains a mystery.

We're told Estey lived alone and her car was found in her driveway.

If you'd like to volunteer for the search, wardens ask that you be physically fit, wear long pants and a long sleeve light or heavy shirt, and bring hiking boots or rubber boots.

You'll need to bring food and water for your own needs.

Searchers will gather at the Medford Town Office between 7:30 and 9 Sunday morning.

Principal transition underway at the Penquis Valley School

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on September 10, 2017 - 6:31pm

Stuart Hedstrom • September 8, 2017

MILO — The resignation of Penquis Valley High School/Middle School Principal Jeremy Bousquet was accepted and the nomination of new building principal Daniel Ross was accepted during a Sept. 6 meeting of the SAD 41 school board.

“I would like to thank Jeremy Bousquet,” Superintendent Michael Wright said, as Bousquet is pursuing a new career opportunity as the assistant principal/athletic director at Old Town High School where he is working with former Penquis Valley principal Scott Gordon who holds the same position in Old Town.

“I called him one afternoon about three and a half years ago when we didn’t have a principal,” Wright said, as at the time Bousquet took his first... Read More

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BJHS Alumni Help "Turn on the Heat" for B-BJHS

Submitted by Susan Worcester on August 13, 2017 - 4:18pm

At their annual business meeting on Friday, August 11th, the members of the Brownville Junction High School Alumni decided to make a donation to the Brownville-Brownville Junction Historical Society's fundraising efforts to install a heat pump in the Parish House Museum this year. The organization has been raising funds for about a year and the $1500 donation from the BJHS Alumni puts them in reach of their goal! Other donations have been coming from individuals throughout the year. Along with this effort, a 50-50 raffle was held during the Alumni Luncheon on Saturday to benefit the Historical Society's heat pump fund. The total amount raised from this was $157. The winner of the raffle was Peggy Witham of Brownville who donated her share of the total back to the Historical Society!... Read More