Submitted by Sethen on April 18, 2018 - 3:40pm
Penquis Valley High School, Milo
Third quarter honor roll
Grade 12, high honors: Adam Stetson; honors: Kelsey Robinson, Daniel Spurgeon, Alex White, Noah Zambrano.
Grade 11, high honors: Katelyn Bolstridge, Camryn Rolfe; honors: Jacob Baker, Jeremy Martin, Cymeria Robshaw.
Grade 10, high honors: Tegan Johnson; honors: Camron Bailey, Rosa Cianci, Angelique Farnsworth, Sydney Fowles, Macee Grant, Emily Herbest, Latoya Lemon, Joseph McKinnon, Rachel McMannus, Myranda Place, Jennifer Smart.
Grade nine, honors: Zakary Mills, Angelina Roberts, ... Read More
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Stuart Hedstrom • April 16, 2018
MILO — Earlier this year the Maine Department of Transportation (MDOT) was awarded a $10.8 million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant to replace three structurally deficient bridges in Piscataquis and Penobscot counties. Among the trio of projects is the Pleasant River Bridge in Milo and future improvements to the span on outer Pleasant Street were the subject of a preliminary public hearing held by the MDOT on April 11 at the town hall.
“This bridge has been around since 1936, this is an old bridge,” said Michael Wight, senior project manager for the MDOT bridge program. “This bridge has had some work done to it.”
Wight said the Pleasant River... Read More
Submitted by Sethen on April 16, 2018 - 4:00pm
Staff, Piscataquis Observer • April 15, 2018
VASSALBORO — Maine’s newest state troopers received their badges April 13 in ceremonies at the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.
Among the five new state troopers is David Olmstead. He grew up in Milo and graduated from Penquis Valley High School in 2008. Olmstead enlisted in the Maine Army National Guard and deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. He has been a patrol officer with the Bangor Police Department for the past five years. Olmstead is assigned to Troop E, Penobscot County
Olmstead and the other four troopers completed 10 weeks of specialized Maine State Police training. All are previous graduates of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy. The new troopers will now patrol... Read More
Submitted by Sethen on April 11, 2018 - 3:01pm
Stuart Hedstrom • April 10, 2018
MILO — A project to make the Penquis Valley School complex more energy-efficient will be heading to the voters of Atkinson, Brownville, LaGrange and Milo on Thursday, May 10. Eight days prior the public is invited to learn more at an information meeting scheduled for 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 2 in the Penquis Valley cafeteria. Both events were set by the SAD 41 school board during an April 4 meeting.
“This would be about a $2.35 million project,” Superintendent Michael Wright said in going through a project overview prepared by Honeywell for the last school board meeting in February.
The project objectives are to update the steam heating system that is beyond its useful life,... Read More