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October 9, 2019

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Winners of 6th Annual Brat & Strudel Contest announced

RANGELEY – The 6th Annual Rangeley Oktoberfest Brat & Strudel Contest was held Oct. 4, sponsored by the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce and hosted by The Rangeley Inn and Tavern. Local chefs prepared their best brat and strudel and their entries were judged by both a panel of expert judges (Jonathan Krach, Glenn Yankee […]

Learn how to grow garlic tonight in Phillips

PHILLIPS – A presentation by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension’s David Fuller is being offered Wednesday evening; the event will teach participants how to grow garlic at home. From 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Phillips Public Library, Fuller will provide four garlic bulbs for attendees to plant this fall.

September 25, 2019

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Literacy festival kicks off new learning center at Phillips Public Library

PHILLIPS – A weekend of fall celebrations will kick-off on Friday night, Oct. 4 in the Phillips Public Library Studio building with an evening featuring folk singer Jan Benschop at 7 p.m. Admission is $10. Benschop, a Wilton resident who offers a unique blend of original music with old favorites, has a varied background performing […]

September 18, 2019

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September 11, 2019

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First annual Her Festival bringing women together in Rangeley

RANGELEY – Some Californian warmth will be filling the hills of Rangeley this fall as West Coast resident Stephanie Chee Barea launches the first annual Her Festival held at Mountain Star Estate. Barea was born and raised in Maine and has been slowly making her way back after ten years of living in the Sunshine […]

Commissioners fund Madrid land purchase, other projects

FARMINGTON – Commissioners approved using Tax Increment Financing funds to go toward the purchase of Madrid property at Tuesday’s meeting. Commissioners have been working with the Madrid Historical Society, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and Maine Department of Transportation on the project, which seeks to create a scenic turnout at the intersection of Reeds Mills Road […]

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