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November 14, 2019

Lincoln council to appoint RSU 67 rep after MA senior declines

LINCOLN – Town officials are still seeking a resident to fill a vacancy on the Regional School Unit 67 board. Those interested in the vacancy have until Nov. 18 at 5 p.m. to indicate their interest in the position, just before the town's appointments committee meets to fill the seat until November 2020.     


Expired Tree Growth Tax properties lead recent board meeting, foreclosure bids to top next meeting

PASSADUMKEAG - Two properties that were enrolled in the state Tree Growth Tax Program have expired, and the owners could face assessment fees if they are not brought within compliance. That was one of the handful of items discussed by two Passadumkeag Selectmen during last Thursday’s meeting. Selectmen Todd Rogers and Brent Faloon attended the short meeting. Selectman Robbie Arnold was not in attendance.


Enfield seeking legal advice for help on roadway questions

ENFIELD – The town is seeking legal guidance as it wrestles with a pair of road issues that have been circulating for years. At its last meeting, resident Vaughn Leonard told selectmen about the history of Leonard Way, a small road located off Old County Road North. He noted that the town had performed work on or near the road dating back to the 1950s, though the work had stopped following passage of a state law prohibiting towns from working on private roads. Minutes from a 2007 selectmen's meeting, though, indicated that the town would plow a "town way," which was believed to be Leonard Way.


Lincoln and Howland winter parking bans now in effect

LINCOLN –  While the town's winter parking rules have been in effect since the start of the month, recent winter weather has brought the winter night parking ban into focus. According to the town's winter parking ordinance, parking is not allowed on town streets from 12:01-6 a.m. from Nov. 1 to April 1 of the following year except in emergency cases. Vehicles can be moved at the direction of the public safety director, public works director or a Lincoln police officer, according to the ordinance.


Lincoln Lakes PTA hits ground running, seeking more members

LINCOLN – The Lincoln Lakes Parent Teacher Association has been busy in its first few months of operation. While the PTA has about 30 members now, there's always room for more, according to Kelly Ryder, the group's communications director. "We've really come a long way." Ryder noted in a recent interview. The group started meeting in July and was first known as the Regional School Unit 67 PTA, but adopted its current name last month.


Lincoln man busted for drinking beer in front of police

LINCOLN - A local man was taken to jail Monday after drinking a beer in front of police who were in the process of arresting him for violating his bail conditions. Michael Hill, 34, decided to take one last swig of a 20 oz Natural Ice (Natty Daddy) when police attempted to arrest him. Hill was not allowed to use or possess alcohol as part of the conditions of his bail.


Juvenile arrested following stolen vehicle stop

LINCOLN - An Old Town juvenile has been charged in connection with a report of a stolen vehicle after local police were able to spot the vehicle as it traveled through town. Detective Mark Fucile of the Lincoln Police Department confirmed Tuesday that a 14-year-old boy is facing multiple charges after a felony stop on Route 2 Thursday evening.


Congressional candidate visits voters in Lincoln

LINCOLN - A  Maine native and Republican congressional candidate visited the Timberhouse Saturday, giving interested residents an opportunity to meet with him. Eric Brakey delivered a formal presentation to a handful of supporters shortly after 1 p.m., but also took time to answer any questions and talk shop with anyone interested in speaking with him.


Penobscot Valley girls tip Central Aroostook for Northern Maine "D" title

PRESQUE ISLE – Before last week, the Penobscot Valley girls soccer team had reached the regional final on four occasions during coach Ryan Reed's tenure, including a 1-0 loss to Ashland in the 2014 Eastern Maine "D" final at the Gehrig Johnson Athletic Complex. "You start to wonder if you're ever going to get there," Reed said after the Nov. 6 Northern Maine "D" regional final against Central Aroostook of Mars Hill, held at the same field as the 2014 contest.


RSU 67 board approves increase in substitute pay

LINCOLN – Like other school districts in the region and state, Regional School Unit 67 is having a tough time attracting and keeping a pool of substitute workers to call upon when needed. Last week, the RSU 67 board agreed to increase the hourly and daily rates of substitutes at its Nov. 6 meeting.


Area voters back transportation bond, constitutional amendment

KATAHDIN REGION—A majority of voters in the Katahdin Region backed a pair of statewide referendum questions during last week’s 2019 general election. Voters in East Millinocket, Medway and Millinocket who went to the polls on Election Day gave their support to Question 1, a $105 million bond to build or improve roads, bridges, railroads, airport, transit and ports, and to make other transportation investments in the Pine Tree State.


Millinocket man returns to Oklahoma to face kidnapping, rape charges

KATAHDIN REGION—A 44-year old Millinocket man who was arrested last month in Medway on a quarter million dollar warrant issued out of Oklahoma has returned to that state to face felony kidnapping and rape charges. Terran Morrow was booked into the Tulsa (Okla.) County Jail on Nov. 6 and remained incarcerated as of earlier this week, according to information obtained online from the Tulsa County Inmate Information Center. He is scheduled to appear in court in Tulsa this week to be arraigned on charges of kidnapping and rape in the first at the Penobscot County Jail in Bangor awaiting extradition to Oklahoma since he was arrested Oct. 27 by Corporal Brad Fitzgerald of the East Millinocket Police Department when he was found at a business in Medway.


Board welcomes Moscone, re-elects Daigle, Leathers as chairs

EAST MILLINOCKET – East Millinocket Selectmen welcomed their newest board member Anthony Moscone during a regular meeting Monday evening and congratulated Selectman Kyle Leathers on his re-election. The final vote tally was Leathers – 191, Moscone 169 and incumbent Mark Marston 110.


Area man arrested, accused of possessing gun as convicted felon

MILLINOCKET—A 33-year old Millinocket man was arrested last weekend accused of possessing a firearm as a convicted felon. Eric Nobles was arrested on a charge of possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, which is a Class C felony offense. He was transported to the Penobscot County Jail following his arrest and is scheduled to appear Dec. 12 in Superior Court at the Penobscot Judicial Center in Bangor to answer to the charge.


Superintendent Boynton reports on recent China travels

MILLINOCKET—Superintendent Francis “Frank” Boynton was once again flying the friendly skies to China in October. Boynton reported that all is going fairly well as he gave a report of his travels to the School Board on Tuesday, November 5. The International student program is now ten years old and there remains strong interest in Chinese students attending Stearns High School. The schools that Boynton visits have made improvements to their facilities and academic programs with regards to education in China. A typical classroom often has a 1 to 60 ratio of teacher to students and that is with the good schools.


East Mill considers housing study to help increase values

EAST MILLINOCKET – A discussion regarding some concerns on the tax acquired property at 6 and 42 Pine Street morphed into a conversation proposing a housing inventory study for the town. Board Chairman Peggy Daigle has talked about her wish to do a housing study for more than a year. She has said one way to get a handle on property values and ways to increase them is to learn what type of houses makes up the East Millinocket market and how that market can be improved.


Millinocket Town Council re-elects McEwen as chairman

MILLINOCKET—The youngest member of the Millinocket Town Council was re-elected as its chairman during Monday night’s organizational meeting. Six days after winning another three-year term on the council during last week’s municipal election, Cody McEwen was re-elected by his fellow councilors to serve as chairman for a one-year term through November 2020. McEwen was the only person nominated for the chairman’s role and was elected by a 6-0-1 vote. McEwen abstained from the vote.


Medway man caught twice for allegedly violating bail

MEDWAY—A 34-year old Medway man was caught twice in a span of fewer than two weeks last month for allegedly violating his bail conditions by using illegal drugs. Ryan Lee is scheduled to appear Dec. 4 in Millinocket District Court to answer to two charges of violation of bail. He was arrested after his second alleged violation, which occurred on Halloween, and was released from custody upon posting bail.


Central Maine woman caught in Medway on failure to appear warrant

MEDWAY—A woman from Central Maine who was wanted on a failure to appear warrant was arrested last month in Medway after police received information that she was hiding at a residence in the community. Addie Crocker, 37, of Winslow was taken into custody Oct. 28 on the warrant, which was issued of out Penobscot County when she allegedly failed to appear on sentencing for a conviction of unlawful possession of scheduled drugs.


Dickinson setting goals and creating opportunities for the students and staff at MMS

MEDWAY – It’s always nice when a plan comes together and it’s especially nice when it happens right here at home. Alyssa Dickinson, who split her time growing up between East Millinocket and Medway, aspired to be a principal someday and after seven years of teaching seventh and eighth grade reading and social studies at the Medway Middle School she got her chance – at the MMS.