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World record to be attempted

RANGELEY — The Rangeley World Record Charity Snowmobile Ride benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Feb. 9 at 1 p.m.

WMYBO action continues

WMYBO action continues

Story & Photos by Heidi Murphy Irregular Staff SALEM — Action continued this week for the Western Mountain Youth Basketball Organization at the Mt. Abram Regional High School gym. This week we visited a Saddleback division (grades 3 and 4) game between Mark Wahl Excavation and 5-K Pizza.read more

Remote-controlled vehicle may be used to locate missing snowmobilers

RANGELEY – Game wardens have been monitoring ice conditions on Rangeley Lake all week in a continued effort to recover the bodies of three snowmobilers discovered missing two weeks ago. Bitter cold temperatures has caused the lake to freeze over, preventing the use of side scan sonar equipment until ice-out occurs,  Cpl. John MacDonald, spokesman

Family calls for boycott of Rangeley Snodeo

RANGELEY — Family and friends of three snowmobilers believed to have driven into open water on Rangeley Lake on Dec. 30 have called for a boycott of the annual Snodeo festival, saying it’s disrespectful for the event to be held before the snowmobilers’ bodies have been recovered…

Rangeley adult ed classes offered

RANGELEY — Rangeley Adult and Community Education recently announced the winter classes it’s offering this year. ABCs of Investing — This class will include an explanation of stocks, preferred stocks and bonds; alternative investments-real estate, energy, precious metals; dividends, sectors, valuing stocks, mutual funds, options and other related topics.read more

‘Lost Villages of Flagstaff’ to be discussed

RANGELEY — Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m., local authors Alan Burnell and Kenny Wing will present a slide show and lecture on their book, “The Lost Villages of Flagstaff Lake” at the Rangeley Public Library. All are welcome to come hear about the fascinating history of the towns of Flagstaff, Bigelow and Dead River.read more

Recovery efforts for missing snowmobilers hampered by severe weather

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY LAKE — Recovery efforts are continuing for three snowmobilers believed to have perished after going through the ice or hitting open water in Rangeley Lake Dec. 31. Wardens will continue to monitor the area with aircraft, and will evaluate weather conditions to determine when recovery efforts can resume.read more

Search for three missing snowmobilers expected to continue Thursday

RANGELEY – Search efforts on Rangeley Lake for the three missing snowmobilers was put on hold for the second day due to weather conditions. “We are still on stand-by for search/recovery efforts,” said Cpl. John MacDonald, spokesman for the Maine Warden Service this afternoon. Bitter cold temperatures and strong winds put a halt in the

Rangeley adult and community education winter classes

ABCs of INVESTING This class with include: an explanation of stocks, preferred stocks and bonds; alternative investments-real estate, energy, precious metals; dividends, sectors, valuing stocks, mutual funds, options and other related topics. Instructor: Robert Daviau Date January 19, 26, February 2, 2013 Day Saturday Time 9:00 am—11:00 am Site Rangeley Lakes Regional School Fee $10

Harold Tallman Jensen

CHARLTON, Mass. — Harold Tallman Jensen, formally of Loon Lake Road, Rangeley, and Overlook Masonic Home, Charlton, Mass., died peacefully Dec. 18, 2012, at the age of 95 with his family by his side.

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