Entries by Dan Cassidy

Veteran Messalonskee bus driver retires

by Dan Cassidy Donna Pullen, a 51-year veteran school bus driver for RSU #18 Messalonskee School Department was treated to a surprise retirement party by her fellow bus drivers and supervisors recently. She plans to retire at the end of this school year. Pullen began her employment in the nutrition department at the school. She […]

Winslow’s Wildes wins multiple awards

Accepts northern and southern Maine regional and New England soccer accolades by Dan Cassidy The 44th Annual Maine Soccer Coaches All-Star Banquet was held at the Spectacular Event Center in Bangor, Sunday, December 3. Awards were presented by coaches of Northern Maine Class A, B and C, and Southern Maine Class A, B and C. […]

Sugarloaf to launch Cat-skiing to Burnt Mountain

INside the OUTside by Dan Cassidy There’s a new “Cat” coming to ski country, and it’s coming to Sugarloaf’s Burnt Mountain. It’s the first cat-skiing service in Maine and one of very few east of the Rockies. The announcement was made recently by Noelle Tuttle, Communications Manager at Sugarloaf. The resort has purchased a new […]

Skimo races coming to Maine ski areas

INside the OUTside by Dan Cassidy The Maine Adaptive Sports and Recreation plans to celebrate the accomplishments of disabled athletes who participate year-round in adaptive sports at the 32nd annual Ski-a-thon, according to Deb Maxfield, marketing and development director. “This year’s theme is Randonnée, recognizing that Maine Adaptive’s Founding Partner, Sunday River will host the […]