Bristol lawyer and lobsterman Nathaniel “Nat” Hussey started playing piano and guitar when he was 6 years old and that has been a driving motivation throughout his life.
“What’s happening at the Whitefield Library,” you ask.
It has been a sensational summer as we learned how to operate our beautiful new library space, serve our growing population of patrons, and keep the energy running on “high” with our dynamic weekly children’s program.
In this article I will discuss the life and family members of William J. Knowlton who operated a farm and sawmill and cut hundreds of cords of firewood and sold it to the local people of the Twin Villages. He was an outdoorsman and greatly enjoyed fishing in a natural spring fed pond which was just down the hill from his Stand Pipe Farm.
The Lincoln County News will host its fourth and final candidates forum for the upcoming election this Thursday, Oct. 13 at Great Salt Bay Community School.
Oh sure, the tender greens of spring are sweet. The crunch of snow underfoot is crisp and satisfying. The shifting shadows of a summer walk are a delight. But really, is there any time more spectacular to hike than in autumn, in Maine? We are blessed with the magical palette of staunch evergreens against the chorus of the deciduous orchestra, and perfect temps that invite your sweater to come along even if it ends up around your waist mid-hike.
For Medomak Valley High School graduate Connor Daigle, running wasn’t always in the plan but is now one of the biggest parts of his life.
William Smith had the surprise of a lifetime on Saturday when his daughter, Judith Utley, hosted a surprise 90th birthday party with his close friends at The Chamberlain House here in Round Pond.
In a little more than 24 hours after this issue goes to press, giant pumpkins will once again roll down Main Street in the Twin Villages.
Leading multimillion dollar projects manufacturing products for space exploration wasn’t the exactly the career economics major Mark Ziarnik planned to build.
It has been three years since Great Salt Bay Community School has held its traditional welcome back dinner and open house for students, families, teachers, and staff. On Sept. 15 the doors were flung open once again and people poured into the school!
For those who might not have been aware of what was happening, the cacophony of sirens and blaring horns in the Twin Villages the evening of Friday, Sept. 23 might have been cause for alarm. Thankfully, the hubbub was not the result of an emergency, but rather the return of Lincoln Academy’s homecoming parade.
Whether full of campers or community members, our campuses in Jefferson, Nobleboro, and Bremen are always buzzing no matter the time of year. Starting the very day after summer camp comes to a close in mid-August, Kieve Wavus Education begins welcoming a diverse set of mission-aligned programs for first-generation college students to veterans, LGBTQ+ youth, and so much more.
Central Lincoln County YMCA Director of Facilities Ron Finlay is a fan of adventure.
It gets confusing sometimes. Like changing scenes in a play. Everything goes dark for a little while. But you can see and hear the frenzied activity in the shadows and behind the curtains. As you change from one scene to the next.