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American Legion meeting Sept. 12 | Print |
Wednesday, 26 August 2015 10:10

GUILFORD -- The 14th District -- Piscataquis County -- of the American Legion will hold its first meeting of 2015-16 on Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Masonic Hall on Hudson Avenue and hosted by Conner-Trafton Post 119.

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Duplicate bridge results | Print |
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 09:23

GUILFORD -- The Mid-Maine Duplicate Bridge Club played on Aug. 10 with the following results: first place, Mary Johnston of Guilford and Joyce Cross of Dover-Foxcroft; second, Ron Lyford of Hartland and Harry Bridge of St. Albans; and third, Jennifer and Glen Rogers of Bowerbank.

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School board OKs $7.16M budget | Print |
Wednesday, 19 August 2015 07:47

 

Referendum will be Aug. 25

By Stuart Hedstrom

Staff Writer

GUILFORD -- The SAD 4 school board took another step in the budget process for the 2015-16 academic year by approving a spending plan totaling $7,162,270 -- with a local assessment of $3,672,811 -- during a meeting on Aug. 11 at Piscataquis Community Elementary School. The budget was scheduled to be voted on by residents during the district meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 18 and the figure approved moves to a referendum in Abbot, Cambridge, Guilford, Parkman, Sangerville and Wellington on Tuesday, Aug. 25.

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Youngsters stay active throughout the summer | Print |
Wednesday, 12 August 2015 07:18

By Stuart Hedstrom

Staff Writer

GUILFORD -- For much of summer vacation, SAD 4-area students in grades 1-6 have had the opportunity to keep busy and active playing a number of games, go on field trips and more through the Guilford Summer Rec program.

Guilford Summer Rec Director Joe Gallant, who was headed the program for the last decade, said the children come to the Piscataquis Community High School gym five days a week for eight weeks to take part in activities all morning long. “It starts the Monday after school goes out,” Gallant said on Aug. 5 during the next to last week of the 2015 program before the participants began to arrive for the morning.

 

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IT’S ALL FUN AND GAMES -- Taking a break from the first game of the day on Aug. 5 are Guilford Summer Rec participants, front from left, Kloe Kimball and Aiden Watt and, back, Brylee Ricker, Abbey Ricker, Jewyll True and Brookelynn Hunt. For eight weeks during the summer SAD 4 students entering grades 1-6 and others with connections to the district spend their mornings, five days a week, in the Piscataquis Community High School gym in Guilford taking part in activities designed to keep them up and moving. The children also go on field trips as part of the Guilford Summer Rec program.

 

 

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FBI continues to assist manhunt for Parkman murder suspect | Print |
Wednesday, 05 August 2015 08:47

 

By Nok-Noi Ricker
BDN Staff

BURTON 2 15279869GUILFORD, Maine -- FBI agents have entered their third week in Maine searching for Robert Burton, who is wanted for murder in connection with the death of his ex-girlfriend in early June in Parkman.

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