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Franklin County Sheriff’s Office weekly report for Sept. 8-15

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office weekly report for Sept. 8 through Sept. 15. 9/8/2017 – 1643 hrs, Deputy Doucette investigated a late report of a Burglary on Reeds Mill Rd in Madrid.

Donations to RFA go toward movie equipment

RANGELEY – Two anonymous donors will match up to $20,000 in donations made for the equipment needed to run first run movies at the RFA Lakeside Theater in Rangeley. These donors recognize that after a hundred plus years, the movie-going experience is embedded in America’s DNA. â€�People of Rangeley should not have to travel 2 […]

September 13, 2017

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Local high school soccer results

BOYSSATURDAY, SEPT. 2MTA (2) @ Monmouth (3)Rangeley (0) @ Richmond (4) WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6Rangeley (4) @ Valley (0) FRIDAY, SEPT. 8Lisbon (1) @ MTA (1) read more

Two celebrated artists to appear at Outdoor Museum

OQUOSSOC — The Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum will host two renowned artists Saturday, Sept. 23 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.read more

Come for the festival, stay for the Muddy Boots

Come for the festival, stay for the Muddy Boots

By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — The sixth annual Rangeley Trail Town festival was held Sept. 2, drawing in Appalachian Trail hikers, outdoor enthusiasts and even a pirate. The festival is a celebration of the town’s Appalachian Trail Community designation and its commitment to promote and protect the AT.read more

Junior Guides wraps up another summer program

Junior Guides wraps up another summer program

OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association completed another Junior Guides program this summer full of fun and learning. Activities included fly tying and casting, canoeing, archery and hiking. This program credits its success to the many volunteers who share their time and expertise.read more

Ladies’ night out

OQUOSSOC — All ladies of Our Lady of the Lakes parish are invited to a fall dinner at Bald Mountain Camps Wednesday, Oct. 4. Call Gerry at 864-2601 or Marie at 1-617-921-1867 by Sept.

MOFF features Spruce Mountain film

MOFF features Spruce Mountain film

By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — A screening of Maine Outdoor Film Festival selections was held at Rangeley Lakeside Theater Friday, Sept 1. The screening was a mixture of four shorts, one short feature and one feature film, each highlighting an aspect of life in the outdoors. The schedule included Georgia to Maine, Two Cold, A Passion of Gold and Fire, Corazon, Clarity and The Town that Moved a Mountain.read more

Sandy River Ramblers to play Madrid

Sandy River Ramblers to play Madrid

MADRID — The Reeds Mill Church in Madrid will host the Sandy River Ramblers bluegrass band Sunday, Sept.read more

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