I bought him on the spot. I settled on the name “Finally Home,” as at my age I felt he would likely be my last horse, and together we were both finally home. His barn name was Finn. I promised him I would keep him until either one of us died.
50 Years Ago — Oct. 24, 1973
Madawaska had a population explosion – A population explosion hit Madawaska over the weekend in Oct. of 1973. Saturday climaxed the Grand Opening Promotion of the Valley Shopping Plaza.
Last week the Mapleton Daze Committee’s 5th Annual Mapleton Daze On-line Silent Auction was incorrectly reported as ending last Wednesday. The actual ending of the auction is today and will conclude today at 6 p.m.
Putting on a pair of quad or inline roller skates for the first time can be a bit daunting, but a recent roller skating revival has even skating neophytes rolling around rinks to break a sweat.
It didn’t take long for Rose Elmer’s high school classmates to find a way to honor their friend, who died along with her parents in a house fire earlier this month.
Inside the Aroostook Centre Mall, Thomas Peers served up his tasty pulled pork sandwiches and assorted barbecue sauces on Veterans Day.
Fort Kent residents will have a chance to voice their concerns and hopes for downtown street improvements.
Washburn Boy Scout Troop 177 hosted a Veterans Day ceremony at the town’s Veterans Memorial Park on Saturday. (Paula Brewer | The Star-Herald)
The 68th annual Houlton Rotary Radio, TV & Internet Auction will take place Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 20, 21 and 22. The event will air at 6 p.m. each night on WHOU Radio 100.1 FM.
50 Years Ago – Nov. 7, 1973
Buck dropped by 11-year-old — While many older hunters came home empty handed Nov. 3, eleven-year-old Breem Bagley came home with a six-point buck.