cut/big moose

This 850 pound, six and a half-year-old bull moose has the largest rack so far in the nine day moose hunt. Taken from C-2 at 6 p.m. Sunday, this bull has a 61-inch beam and beats last year's beam spread by an inch. Gerald Marcou, left, shot the bull on the second day of the annual hunt. His sub-permittee is Dennis Tremblay, right, and Ivan Downs, rear, took care of the pictures. Marcou will make Crockett's with this prize bull, his first ever since he's been applying ...

Juliette R. Ouellette

Mrs. Juliette R. Ouellette, 81, of 56 Verdun St., Berlin, passed away Friday evening, November 22, 2002 at her home. She was born in Berlin on January 15, 1921, the daughter of Odilon and Marion Demers. A lifelong resident, she attended St. Regis Academy. She was a member of the St. Kieran Parish now known as the St. Anne Church of Good Shepherd Parish. Mrs. Ouellette enjoyed spending her summers at Sebago Lake in Maine, her flower gardens and bingo. Her joy in life was being at ...

Correction

In the Friday, November 22, edition of the Berlin Daily Sun we erronously printed the wrong date for the Christmas Walk. The walk will be on December 1, not the 21. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.


Wagner honored with BIA's 'Lifetime Achievement Award'

Recognized for holding mills together during trying time

Jim Wagner was honored with the Business & Industry Association of New Hampshire Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization's annual dinner Wednesday night. Governor Jeanne Shaheen presented the award to Wagner. Wagner was credited as the glue that held things together for the paper mills, their employees, and for the community during a trying time for Berlin and Gorham. The BIA citation said Wagner is admired for ...