Wednesday , 21 February 2018


Chester Students Visit State House

Javner state house

Katahdin Javner, and Sahara Javner, of Chester to the State House. The Javners served as an Honorary Pages in the State Senate last week. The Maine State Senate’s Honorary Page Program gives students a unique chance not only to observe the state’s legislative process, but also to participate in it. As an Honorary Page, students deliver messages, distribute documents within ... Read More »

Lincoln Lake Region Chamber of Commerce Welcomes New Pastor

Howland Baptist Pastor

HOWLAND – On September 1, 2013 Dale Chasse became the pastor of Howland Baptist Church, following Pastor Alan Porter’s retirement in June. Pastor Chasse’s wife Michelle and son Jeremiah (JP) are assisting him in serving the Lord in the areas of choir and women’s, children’s and teen ministries. The youngest Chasse, Jacob, is currently away at Bible College. Howland Baptist ... Read More »

Hospice of Eastern Maine to offer training

Hospice Of Eastern Maine

LINCOLN, Maine — Hospice of Eastern Maine (HOEM) is recruiting caring men and women in the greater Lincoln and Katahdin regions – from Greenbush to Millinocket – to companion neighbors who are terminally ill and their families as hospice volunteers. HOEM volunteers are compassionate individuals from all walks of life who share their time and friendship with people, who have ... Read More »

Hit the Beach

Lincoln Homecoming Beach Day

LINCOLN–The 2013 Lincoln Homecoming celebration included the much anticipated beach day, and once it was clear the rain would stay away the kids came out in droves. Our cameras were rolling, and we have a gallery of images below. Click on any of the pictures to see them full sized. And be sure to view the additional pages, as there ... Read More »

The Rockets Red Glare

Lincoln 2013 Homecoming Fireworks

LINCOLN–The 2013 Homecoming celebration ended on a high note Saturday evening, with a spectacular fireworks display over Mattanawcook Lake. The skies threatened and a few raindrops feel earlier in the day during the Homecoming Parade, but the weather backed off by evening, giving residents clear skies and a great view of the pyrotechnics. We managed to catch some of the ... Read More »

Riverdrivers Supper Kicks Off Homecoming 2013

Riverdrivers Supper 2013

LINCOLN–The 2013 Lincoln Homecoming celebration was in full swing this evening, with the start of the annual Riverdrivers Supper. The supper, currently in its 65th year, features bean-hole beans, red hot dogs, coleslaw, potato salad, coffee cooked over an open fire, and reflector oven biscuits. Once again residents turned out in force, with cars filling the parking area and also ... Read More »

Burlington Celebrates Independence Day

Burlington Independence Day

BURLINGTON–The town of Burlington, Maine put on their annual Independence Day celebration yesterday. The weather cooperated with organizers, giving the parade and outdoor games great attendance. Estimates of the size of the crowd varied, but one barometer – the number of pancake breakfasts served – came in at its highest level ever. Whatever the final tally, one thing is sure: ... Read More »

The Pool Is Open

Actually, it is Pond’s Pool Supplies. Mike & Emily Pond opened their business on West Broadway next to Tibbet’s. The above photo was taken at the ribbon cutting ceremony. The Pond’s have joined the Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, and are flanked in the photo by Executive Director Will Labrie, and board members Glenn Bettencourt, Bruce Barker, and Stacey ... Read More »

Burlington Releases Independence Day Schedule

Burlington 4th of July

BURLINGTON–The Town of Burlington released the schedule for their annual July 4th celebration on Monday. The event, which draws large crowds from all around the region, will have all the regular attractions, plus a few (like the Chuck the Chicken contest) that are new to the festival. Below is the complete lineup of festivities: ***** Burlington – Lowell 4th of ... Read More »

Emily Cain To Run For Congress

Emily Cain for Congress

ORONO– State Senator Emily Ann Cain of Orono today announced her intent to run for U.S. Congress in Maine’s Second Congressional District following news that Congressman Mike Michaud is running for Governor. In her announcement Cain said that securing the economic future of the Second Congressional District is her reason for entering the race. Cain’s priority is to continue creating ... Read More »