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The Three Rivers Community is a group of towns in the Maine Highlands.
The Three Rivers Community is a group of towns in the Maine Highlands.

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Events for Sunday, May 20: 5:00p - MidMaine Tae Kwon Do 6:00p - Brownville Junction: Scrapbooking View the Full Calendar http://dlvr.it/QTSZX5
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In Memoriam: Clifford H. Fleming: Clifford H. Fleming, who was born Dec. 14, 1932, passed away April 14, 2018, due to health problems. He was married to Alma (Brown) Fleming, whom passed away Dec. 22, 2017, after 65 years of marriage. He worked for the CP Railroad for 2 years... http://dlvr.it/QTRlRW
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In Memoriam: Barbara J. Russell Gonzales: Barbara J. (Russell) Gonzales, 71, passed away on May 18, 2018, at New Beginnings, Milo. She was born on May 26, 1946, in Milo, the daughter of Phillip and Virginia (Russell) Barden. Barbara attended Milo schools and graduated from Milo High... http://dlvr.it/QTRlNz
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New facility that highlights tourism and local artifacts comes to Milo: MILO, Maine (WABI) - Town Manager and Police Chief, Damien Pickel said, "They have been involved in this community since they've been here. This whole complex here is something they’ve envision and they've helped build." Owner of Milo/Brownville & Points North, Nancy Harrigan said, "The both of us love Milo very much." It started with Three Rivers Kiwanis Building in 2014. Nancy said, "It seemed like a natural place to put our energy and money into doing things here." Two years later, it was the Harrigan Learning Center and Museum.http://www.wabi.tv/content/news/New-facility-highlighting-tourism-and-local-arti... Source:  * WABI TV-5 News
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Police show how handcuffed Lagrange man stole police cruiser: PORTLAND (WGME) - Accused of stealing a police cruiser while in handcuffs, Tyler Tibbetts, 22, of Lagrange is now out of the hospital and facing legal action. He is now facing more than a dozen charges, ranging from theft to escape. A judge  ordered on Wednesday that he be held on $25,000 cash bail. Meanwhile, police demonstrate how Tibbetts managed to allegedly squeeze through a tiny partition in the police cruiser before taking off.https://www.foxbangor.com/news/item/25264-police-show-how-handcuffed-lagrange-ma... Source:  * ABC 7 / FOX 22 News
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2018 Black Fly Festival - Milo, Maine: The Milo Events Committee invites you to join us for a day of fun and festivities on Saturday, June 2. The theme this year is “Honoring our Hometown First Responders (Fire, Police, EMS & the Military)”. A parade will line up at 9:30 am. (near Maine Savings & JSI) and will proceed at 10 am toward downtown, ending at Penquis Valley School.https://www.trcmaine.org/blackfly
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Events for Saturday, May 19: 8:30a - Sebec River Canoe Race 9:00a - John L Bishop Committal Service 9:00a - Morita's School of Dance 9:00a - Pound Fitness Rock Out Workout 10:00a - Bearcats PTO Spring Fling 10:00a - Milo Library Open 11:00a - Helen and Donald Cobb Comittal Service View the Full Calendar http://dlvr.it/QTMr3B
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CORRECTION - to B-BJ Historical Society Holds Annual Meeting: This article incorrectly stated the number of "More Than a Train Yard and a Whistle Stop: The Canadian Pacific Railway in Brownville Junction 1886 to 1963" as 130. The correct number of books sold to date is 230. Only 20 books remain for sale. To purchase one of the remaining copies contact Susan Worcester at 965-8070 or email her at brownvillehistorical@trcmaine.org.
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Events for Friday, May 18: 10:00a - Visitor Center Grand Opening 12:00p - Milo Library Open 12:00p - Three Rivers Senior Citizens 7:00p - Milo: Indoor Soccer View the Full Calendar http://dlvr.it/QTFxQ2
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B-BJ Historical Society Holds Annual Meeting: The Brownville-Brownville Junction Historical Society held its annual meeting on May 15th at the Parish House Museum. Officers elected for the coming year are: Susan Worcester – president, secretary and curator; George Dean – vice president; Allana Washburn – treasurer. Ms. Washburn replaces Marilyn Kindamo who has held the position of treasurer for the organization for nearly 25 years. Members of the board of directors are: Lynn Weston, Lynn Gerrish and Jeff Larson.
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