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Club snow groomer purchase approved

By Stuart Hedstrom
Staff Writer

DOVER-FOXCROFT -- The Piscataquis Valley Snowmobile Club will have a new groomer for when the cialis soft tabs half snow starts to fly, after a financing package through the town of viagra 25 Dover-Foxcroft for the vehicle was approved during a special town meeting on June 15.

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FIND THE WHOOPIE PIE WINNER

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Observer photo/Stuart Hedstrom

FIND THE WHOOPIE PIE WINNER -- Eileen Hall of Guilford, second from right, is the grand prize winner in The Piscataquis Observer’s annual Find The Whoopie Pie contest. Hall’s name was chosen from 10 weekly winners in which entrants successfully located a whoopie pie hidden in one of that week’s advertisements. Hall won a basket of goodies including a dozen whoopie pies and clomid online Maine Whoopie Pie Festival and Piscataquis Observer prizes. Presenting the prize package to Hall at the Center Theatre is Maine Whoopie Pie Festival Organizer Patrick Myers, Keri Foster of The Piscataquis Observer and festival mascot Sweetie Pie. The weekly winners each received passes, tokens and magnets for the 2015 Ma...
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Students will be able to read all summer long

By Stuart Hedstrom
Staff Writer

MILO -- Thanks to a $4,000 grant from the Stephen and Tabitha King Foundation, students at Penquis Valley Middle School each had the secureinair.nl opportunity to order $20 worth of books to read over the summer. The books, about three titles per individual, were handed out to the grade 6-8 students as part of the year-end awards assembly in the gym on June 15.

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Worth the weight, student-designed bridges set new records
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Observer photo/Stuart Hedstrom

BRIDGING THE GAP --  SeDoMoCha Middle School eighth-grader Alicia Chambers places her bridge to be tested on June 16 in the annual bridge-building competition in teacher Ryan Nickerson’s math classes. Students designed and created popsicle stick structures to either be the most aesthetically pleasing, most efficient (Chambers was part of the winning group in this category) or hold the karni.ee greatest amount of weight.

    By Stuart Hedstrom
Staff Writer

DOVER-FOXCROFT -- Eighth-graders at the SeDoMoCha Middle School were able to put their math lessons to use as as they designed and then built bridges out of popsicle sticks. Working in small groups, the students had bu...
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Sheriff ’s office on November ballot

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

DOVER-FOXCROFT -- The Piscataquis County Commissioners voted last week to move up the timetable for a bond referendum for construction of a new sheriff’s office.

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FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT

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Observer photo/Jeannette Hughes

FROM THE FIRE DEPARTMENT -- Sebec Fire Chief Ken Kelly presented a $1,342 check to the Sebec Village Associates to go toward this year's fireworks on the Fourth of July, from money raised at the boot drive on Labor Day weekend. Accepting the check are Louisa Finnemore, vice president, and Sue Small, fireworks chairwoman of the Sebec Village Associates. Be sure to come enjoy the fireworks at dusk on the fourth.

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Assistant principal hired for SeDoMoCha

By Stuart Hedstrom
Staff Writer     

DOVER-FOXCROFT -- With the current academic year nearing a conclusion at the end of the month, the administrative positions for 2015-16 are being set. During a school board meeting on June 16 the directors approved motions to set the salaries for the returning administrators.

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PDF Download 6.24.2015

The pdf version of this week's Piscataquis Observer is now available for download.

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