Monthly Archives: December 2012

Nokomis High School Alumni Benefit Their Alma Mater

RSU 19 faced some large budget cuts and one of the hard hit areas is the music program, which lost about $30,000 in funding. When former students heard the news, they decided to come together to make sure the younger generations have the same high school experience they enjoyed. Courtney Graves and Nathan Baird graduated […]

Postal Workers Beat the Clock on the Busiest Delivery Day of the Year

Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail shall keep the postal carriers from their rounds, especially during the holiday season. Mike Cox is a veteran when it comes to delivering the mail in Brewer. He has honored his postal pledge for over 25 years. “Usually you’ll go through the sleet and snow and you’ll […]

Ayla Reynolds Investigation is Now the Largest Criminal Case in Maine’s History

Monday will mark the one year anniversary of 20-month-old Ayla Reynolds’ disappearance. On December 17th, 2011 Ayla Reynolds was reported missing from her Father’s, Justin DiPietro, Waterville home. Investigators met in Waterville on Friday to mark the anniversary of the case. Almost a year later and police are not releasing the name of any suspects […]

Military Personnel Honor Those Who Died in the Pearl Harbor Attacks

President Franklin D. Roosevelt said December 7th, 1941 was a day that will live on infamy. On that day, 71 years later, Americans continue to pay tribute. Veterans, active duty personnel and ROTC students gathered in Bangor on Friday to drop a wreath in memory of those who lost their lives during the Pearl Harbor […]