UPDATE: Man dead after accident in Orneville

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Submitted by Sethen on July 23, 2018 - 1:08am

ORNEVILLE, Maine. (WABI) - One male is dead after a single-vehicle accident in Orneville.

It happened around 7 Sunday evening on the Lyford road.

Authorities say the vehicle left the road and struck some trees.

No word yet on what may have caused the accident.

Piscataquis Sheriff Officer Kyle Wilson said, "It's very early we had to ask for reconstructions come in and we will be looking into what happened exactly."

We're told it does not appear the male was not wearing a seat belt.

Authorities have not released a name at this time.

Why Bissell Brothers built their new facility in this tiny Maine town

Linked from: Bangor Daily News
Submitted by Sethen on July 20, 2018 - 1:52pm

By Emily Burnham, BDN Staff • July 20, 2018 1:00 am 
Updated: July 20, 2018 10:53 am

Bissell Brothers, among the most popular of Portland-based craft breweries, has opened its long-awaited expansion in Milo, a few miles east of Dover-Foxcroft.

The new brewery, dubbed Bissell Brothers Three Rivers, opened last Saturday at 157 Elm St. in Milo, featuring food from Dover-Foxcroft-based Spruce Mill Farm & Kitchen, and eight taps featuring a rotating array of Bissell Brothers brews, including two Milo-only beers: Waveform, a wild IPA, and Square 3, a barrel-aged saison.

Bissell Brothers, which the titular brothers Peter and Noah Bissell founded in 2013, has... Read More

Brownville Community Church - Old Home Weekend

Submitted by Sethen on July 20, 2018 - 1:49pm

What is this giant orange blob next to a pristine Maine lake?

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Submitted by Sethen on July 19, 2018 - 6:44pm

If you've ever taken a trip to the small town of Milo in northern Maine, chances are you've visited one of the scenic lakes in the area. One of those gorgeous lakes is Schoodic Lake, a popular destination for visitors. But if you're a first-time visitor, there's always one thing that blatantly sticks out when visiting Schoodic Lake...what is that giant orange-ish thing lakeside?

This aerial shot was shared on Reddit by Chadman. First off, it's not a beach even though in person, it certainly resembles one. It's actually one incredibly large pile of sawdust. Believe it or not. As the... Read More

Last graduating class from Brownville Junction High School to celebrate 50th Reunion

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Submitted by Sethen on July 17, 2018 - 8:56pm

BROWNVILLE — When the Brownville Junction High School Alumni holds its reunion on Aug. 25 this year at the American Legion/BJHS Alumni building on Railroad Avenue, it will honor the last class to graduate from Brownville Junction High School in 1968. At the beginning of the 1969-70 school year, Brownville Junction High School and Milo High School joined together at the newly constructed Penquis Valley High School.

While BJHS continued to be used to house middle school students for several years, the Class of 1968 was the last to graduate from the school which was built circa 1920 to replace the Henderson High School that was destroyed by fire in 1919.

Also recognized at this year’s reunion will be the classes of 1958, 1948 and 1938.

If you are not a member of the... Read More

Penquis Valley Fourth Quarter Honor Roll

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Submitted by Sethen on July 17, 2018 - 8:51pm

Penquis Valley High School, Milo

Fourth quarter honor roll

Grade 12, high honors: Adam Stetson; honors: Megan Badger, Faith Brown, Julian Maxcy, Kelsey Robinson, Alex White.

Grade 11, high honors: Katelyn Bolstridge, Camryn Rolfe; honors: Madisyn Bellatty, Andrew Gallant, Jeremy Martin, Cymeria Robshaw, Megan Valvo.

Grade 10, high honors: Rachel McMannus; honors: Camron Bailey, Rosa Cianci, Angelique Farnsworth, Sydney Fowles, Emily Herbest, Myranda Place, Lani Rideout.

Grade nine, high honors: Courtney Rouleau; honors: ... Read More

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