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Library receives grant for children’s summer reading programs | Print |
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 19:52

GUILFORD -- The Guilford Memorial Library has received $750 from the Rose and Samuel Rudmin of the Maine Community Foundation for summer reading  programs. This year's theme "Every Hero has a Story" will feature  programs from Chewonki, L.C. Bates Museum, and Appalachian Mountain  Club. These free programs are for children of all ages. For more  information, please contact 876-4547.

Updated SAD 4 budget down 1.9% | Print |
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 19:49

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

 GUILFORD – The School Administrative District 4 Board of Directors fine-tuned the annual budget at its last meeting, reversing a 1.23 percent increase to a 1.9 percent drop.

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Grange honors Citizen of the Year | Print |
Wednesday, 20 May 2015 19:32
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Observer photo/Mike Lange

 CITIZEN OF THE YEAR – Matt Hackett, center, was honored as the Valley Grange Community Citizen of the Year on May 15. Pictured, from left, is his wife Rachel; Hackett and Grange Master James Annis. The plaque was made by Grange Assistant Steward Roger Ricker.

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

  NORTH GUILFORD – Matt Hackett almost spoiled his own surprise party.

 The retired educator showed up early at the Valley Grange Community Citizen of the Year potluck dinner and award ceremony on May 15, not realizing that he was the honoree.

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Guilford selectmen displeased with SAD 4 budget | Print |
Wednesday, 13 May 2015 09:06

Staff Report

   GUILFORD — The Guilford Board of Selectmen met on May 5 with a rather routine agenda, but expressed “widespread displeasure” with the proposed School Administrative District 4 budget.
   According to minutes of the session, Guilford’s share of the $7.45 million budget could go up as much as 20 percent this year.

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HONORED | Print |
Wednesday, 29 April 2015 08:22

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Guilford American Legion Post 119 Commander Brian Knowlton, left, recently presented his father, World War II veteran LeRoy Knowlton, with a certificate from the American Legion national headquarters for his 70 years of continuous membership in the organization.

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