Recycle and Support the Buxton Garden Club Scholarship

RECYCLE AND SUPPORT OUR SCHOLARSHIP! Buxton Garden Club is collecting all INKJET cartridges and any working or broken CELL PHONES, to fund a scholarship for a Bonny Eagle High School senior. Collection boxes in the town of Buxton are located at the Buxton Recycling Center, Buxton Town Hall, West Buxton Library, and the Bar Mills Post Office.  Boxes in Hollis are at the Salmon Falls Library, Hollis Town Hall and Hollis Center Library. We also… Read more »

Buxton Garden Club Annual Plant Sale

“From Our Garden to Yours” Buxton Garden Club will hold it’s annual plant sale on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 9am to noon in the parking lot of the Dennett, Craig and Pate Funeral Home, located at the intersection of Rte 4A and Rte 202 in Buxton. Call Linda at 207-929-5531 for more information.


Maine CDC Training POSTED ON: APRIL 17, 2018 – 9:48AM Train-the-Trainer for Tick and Mosquito Education Who is it for? Local health officers, safety officers, teachers, nurses, librarians, scout leaders, summer camp counselors, and anyone who works with the public as a group leader. What is it? A free of charge workshop training session presented by the Maine CDC Public Health Corps about preventing mosquito and tickborne diseases. Our goal is to equip you with… Read more »

Curious About What’s Going on with Facebook?

Recently 87 million Facebook users had their personal information harvested by the voter profiling firm Cambridge Analytica. In response, OTELCO has written two blog posts aimed to better help our customers navigate the social media platform. Facebook, Your Information, and User Agreements  is aimed to help Facebook users better understand what it is they are saying when they agree to Facebook’s terms of service. Facebook Responds to Cambridge Analytica Scandal  fills readers in on how… Read more »

Acton-Shapleigh Historical Society Presents The Newfield Murders

Acton-Shapleigh Historical Society opens its 2018 program schedule with The Newfield Murders on Saturday, May 5, at 1pm at their headquarters, 122 Emery Mills Road, Shapleigh, Maine. A quadruple homicide, a fire to destroy evidence and an out-of-town fugitive as suspect. Sounds like a trailer for a modern true crime program, except that it happened in 1900, in Newfield, Maine. Author CJ Pike and Janet Colwell take us back over 100 years to the events… Read more »