Penquis Valley Class of 2018

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Submitted by Sethen on June 9, 2018 - 12:12pm

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PENQUIS VALLEY SENIORS — The Penquis Valley High School Class of 2018 is front, from left, Denali Smith, Cassandra Larrabee, Selena Sibert, Olivia Castellano, Class Marshall Karla DeMaris — senior class adviser, Lanie Badger, Alexandria Kearns and Kelsey Robinson. Second row, Shauna McComb, Kortnie Stone, Edward Witham, Brandon Thompson, Christopher Morton, Levi Boobar and Noah Zambrano. Third row, Brock Emery, Wyatt Keller, Thomas White, Alex White, Dylan Ouellette and Brandon Jones. Fourth row, Onawa Brassley, Julian Maxcy, Hunter Bowers, Cherish Durant, Daniel Spurgeon, Alex Smith and Victor Eastman. Fifth row, Mitchell Carey, Jamie Hammond, Ian Rockefeller, Robert Jennings, Olivia Kuchinski, Faith Brown and Megan... Read More

Area National Honor Society chapters

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Submitted by Sethen on June 6, 2018 - 12:53pm

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PENQUIS VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL — National Honor Society members at Penquis Valley High School are front, from left, Vice President Camryn Rolfe, Kelsey Robinson, Selena Sibert, Olivia Castellano and Faith Brown. Back, Brooke McKenzie, Secretary Cymeria Robshaw, President Katelyn Bolstridge, Mitchell Carey, Treasurer Jacob Baker, Parliamentarian Jeremy Martin, Adam Stetson, Jennifer Smart and Sydney Fowles.

Tank car facility opens in revitalized Derby building

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Submitted by Sethen on June 5, 2018 - 11:15am

Stuart Hedstrom • June 5, 2018

MILO — The sound of employees working on the railroad will be increasing in the Derby section of town with the opening of a new multi-million dollar facility in a revitalized building for the cleaning, repair and fleet management of railroad tank cars. Katahdin Railcar Services LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Central Maine & Quebec Railway (CMQ), formally opened for business on May 31 with a ceremony and ensuing tours of the space.

“First and foremost I would like to thank Chad Mowery,” CMQ President and CEO Ryan Ratledge said, referring to the work of the vice president of operations for Katahdin Railcar Services. Ratledge said Mowery helped lead the efforts to fix up the 24,... Read More

New Webcam: Lake View Landing

Submitted by Sethen on June 1, 2018 - 4:09pm

Lake View Landing Webcam

Penquis Valley High School Class of 2018 honor parts

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Brownville Public Library - Libraries Rock!

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