Business & Industry
Lincoln Paper & Tissue, until recently Lincoln's largest employer with 400 workers, reduced its production to tissue only following a recovery boiler explosion. As of November 20, 2015, the mill is now in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and its assets have been auctioned with a high bid of 5.95 million dollars. It is uncertain whether the potential buyer will scrap the assets or resell the mill.
Dollar Tree to build in Lincoln
April 1 - "DOLLAR TREE" has filed a building permit application with the Town of Lincoln to build in the West Broadway Shopping Center on West Broadway, looking toward a mid-fall opening.
Possibilities holds Open House, ribbon-cutting
November 16 - Possibilities Gifts in downtown Lincoln changed hands recently when Scott and April Murchison purchased the business from Paul and Brenda Smith. Tonight the Murchisons held an Open House and a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the store. There were plenty of shoppers around, as well as representatives of the Lincoln Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce and State Representative Jeffery Gifford.
- Photos by Lee Rand
WelcomeToLincolnMaine.com Reaches 7,000,000th Visitor!!
July 18, 2012 - Connie and I are extremely pleased to announce that sometime this afternoon we had our 7 millionth visitor to the Lincoln, Maine, area website. This is another of several milestones we've passed since the website went online 6 years ago. The companion Facebook page is the most popular of its type north of Bangor with 3,560+ "likes", and the Smartphone and iPad apps are being downloaded all over the country and the world!
We want to thank all of the local businesses who've shared our vision and support this website through their advertising. Also, we'd like to thank the many visitors who've actually made personal donations in support of this website.
We plan to continue providing the Lincoln area with a professional, informative, and interesting presence on the internet - one that the people of our area of Maine can be proud of!
THANK YOU to every one of you who have helped make www.WelcomeToLincolnMaine.com the success it is!
Lee & Connie Rand
Rand Advertising LLC