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 MOFGA WORKSHOP -- The Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District held an Organic Orcharding 101 workshop on Saturday, June 13 at Mossflower Farm in Sangerville. C.J. Walke, orchard educator of the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association, is shown presenting a workshop on the buy viagra online cheap us basics of viagra no prescription delivered in canada guide organic orchard care to a group of 50 participants.

Stutzman Farm selected as Down East pick for Best Farmstand | Print |
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 19:53
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 FRESH FROM THE OVEN -- Former employee Teresa Myers brings out a pizza from Stutzman's brick oven last summer. The oven is based on a design from the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Myers is now farming full time and supplies pork for Stutzman’s café menu.

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 SANGERVILLE -- Stutzman Farm in Sangerville has been named Editors’ Choice Best Farmstand in Down East magazine’s annual poll of reader and editor favorites, featured in the July issue.

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Correction | Print |
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 19:39

In the Sangerville Board of Selectmen’s story in the June 17, it was stated that Richard Dobson claimed that the disput-ed ordinance listed in the town meeting report was different than the one he submitted by petition. It was actually the written opinion letter by the town attor-ney that didn’t match the viagra without prescription we like it correct ordinance.

Sangerville Library yard sale | Print |
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 10:46

 SANGERVILLE -- Each year in June, many people look forward to the yard sale that benefits the Sangerville Public Library.

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LIBRARY YARD SALE -- Volunteers preparing for the June 26 Sangerville Library yard sale are, from left, Melissa Randall, Virginia Wark and Keith Gile.

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Sangerville town attorney rebuts Dobson’s complaint | Print |
Wednesday, 17 June 2015 10:15

By Mike Lange
Staff Writer

 SANGERVILLE -- A resident’s complaint about legal bills related to a code of ethics ordinance defeated at the March annual town meeting took up the bulk of the June 11 Sangerville Board of Selectmen’s meeting.

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