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Madeleine Chilvers (1936-2019)

HAMPDEN – Madeleine Mary Chilvers, 83, formerly of Rangeley, died Monday, Dec. 9, at her daughter’s home in Hampden where she had resided for over the past year. She was born in Lac Drolet, Quebec, April 21, 1936, the oldest of 13 children born to Evariste and Alma (LaCroix) Roy and on Sept. 14, 1957, […]

Sherman Walter Howard (1963-2019)

CHESTERVILLE – Sherman Walter Howard, 56, of Chesterville, passed at Maine Medical Center in Portland on Nov. 16, 2019. He was born May 1, 1963 to Beatrice Marson and Walter S Howard Sr.

Cancellations and postponements for Nov. 18

Here is a listing of cancellations and postponements due today’s weather. To add your event to our listing, email us at editor@dailybulldog.com. After-school activities in MSAD #58 (Avon, Kingfield, Strong, Phillips) have been cancelled for today, Nov. 18.

The 16th annual Mountain Holly Days is Dec. 13-15

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the 16th annual Mountain Holly Days event has been scheduled for Friday, Dec. 13 – Sunday, Dec. 15. This year’s event promises to be the most exciting ever. There will be shopping and dining specials, refreshments, horse-drawn wagon rides, special festivities, family […]

Beverly A. Mansfield (1935-2019)

RANGELEY – Beverly A. Mansfield, 83 years old, from Rangeley, passed away at Maine Medical Center in Portland, surrounded by her family on Nov. 2, 2019. Beverly was born Dec. 8, 1935 to Minnie Raymond Nile and Winnie Raymond in Rangeley.

Rangeley voters reject marijuana ordinance

RANGELEY – Voters rejected an ordinance that would have allowed marijuana-related businesses to operate with a license Tuesday, by a vote of 171 to 294. The vote marks the second time this year that residents have rejected an ordinance that would enable the opening of marijuana cultivation, manufacturing and retail businesses. At the annual town […]

To improve health, Rangeley looks to the outdoors

RANGELEY – A collaborative effort between several organizations is looking at new ways of promoting healthy lifestyles for residents of the area by using one of the most obvious resources: the area itself. “The jury is in. Being outdoors and active improves health outcomes,” Executive Director of the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust David Miller said. […]

The Children’s Trail offers a new afterschool activity in Rangeley

RANGELEY – Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and Rangeley Health and Wellness have partnered to create a greater variety of afterschool activities for the youth in the Rangeley region. The first endeavor was the creation of The Children’s Trail behind Rangeley Family Medicine. RLHT staff, Alyssa Andrews and Amanda Laliberte, worked with 12 children for six […]

Hunters Breakfast at Phillips Elementary School on Nov. 2

A hunters breakfast will be held at Phillips Elementary School on Nov. 2 from 4:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.

October 16, 2019

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