Project Dugout | This is the beginning of a plan to spruce-up the dugouts at the baseball and softball fields behind Stearns. Parents, players and volunteers are already working on repairing the roofs, painting and cleaning up the dugouts. Let’s help our baseball and softball players get new benches!
Veterans Memorial Renovation | It’s time to honor our current veterans by renovating, restoring and expanding the existing veterans memorial located in Veterans Park in downtown Millinocket. Due to a lack of space, no additional names of veterans have been added since the Vietnam war. We need to expand the memorial to honor those who have served and add their names.
MILLINOCKET, Maine — The tidy, white bandstand stands on the edge of a gone-to-seed main street pocked by vacant storefronts where plywood has replaced plate glass, where hope has nearly been chased away by a gut-punched economy on the edge of collapse.
The Great Northern Paper Company — for a century the full-employment guarantor for generations of paper-makers who once made this town hum — built that bandstand...
First Cross Laminated Timber Company in Maine aims to Bring Over 100 Direct Jobs and Increased Demand for State Timber
MILLINOCKET, MAINE – February 12, 2018 – LignaCLT Maine, LLC is pleased to announce they will become the first Maine-based manufacturing company of innovative Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) and other mass timber products in our state.
Our Katahdin President Sean DeWitt with an update on the latest developments at the One Katahdin industrial park.
MILLINOCKET, Maine – (June 30, 2017) – Our Katahdin is pleased to announce that phase one of the community broadband technology plan is underway, and live wifi hotspots will light up Penobscot Avenue just in time for the 4th of July holiday. The project includes placing three wifi hotspots along Millinocket’s main street to provide free wifi service for visitors and locals spending time downtown to visit shops and grab a bite to eat.
By CHARLES LAWTON - For at least a generation, economic development in the great North Woods of Maine had to be one of two things – either revitalization of forestry and logging and the industrial mill jobs they supported, or creation of parks and tourist attractions that would provide the economic base of the future. It couldn’t be both, proponents of each side argued.
Parks and tourists, industrial supporters argued, would bring government and regulations that would stifle the logging industry and bar hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and other traditionally easy access to and use of large tracts of forest land not owned by but available to local residents...
Update on the Millinocket Mill Site, Broadband, 230 Penobscot and more. March 30th, 2017 at KRHEC in East Millinocket.
MILLINOCKET, Maine - (January 12, 2017) – Our Katahdin, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in the Katahdin region, has acquired the former Great Northern Paper assets in Millinocket, including all property, designations, and liabilities held by GNP West, GNP Holdings II, and the New England Center for Business Development. Transfer of stewardship of the properties was finalized on January 11, 2017.