Thursday May 2
The Rumford Falls Times
Last hurdle cleared to make zip line happen
A headline event for the Saturday's Envision Rumford's Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Festival is dual 600-foot-long zip lines to carry people from near the Rite Aid street-side parking area over the Androscoggin River to a landing near the town's snow dump.
Zip lines installed over Androscoggin River in Rumford
Engineer Mandy Ottone, Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Festival zip lines crewwoman, throws a hook and line over the Androscoggin River in Rumford on Tuesday to catch the cables at top right.
Bethel church hosting yard sale to raise money for adult dentistry
The West Parish Congregational Church will be hosting a yard sale in the basement of the church from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 27 to raise money for the the Smile Fund, a local fundraiser for adult dentistry.
Bangor Daily News
Thrills, spills and chills at Sunday River
Josh Neal of Monmoth, Maine, shakes the chilly water off his head after surfacing following his crash while trying to skim across a pond on skis, Sunday, April 7, 2013, at the Sunday River Ski Resort in Newry, Maine.