FARMINGTON – Theresa I. Robbins, of Farmington, passed peacefully in the early morning hours of March 9, 2022. Theresa was born to Angelo Cirillo and Glenys (Collins) Boutilier on June 25, 1939 in Rangeley.
RANGELEY – Due to inclement weather on the original date of March 12, the storytelling performance The Kitchen Table has been rescheduled to March 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Rangeley Friends of the Arts Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main St, Rangeley. Tickets are $15 and will be available at the door. For the RFA’s complete schedule of events and programs, visit rangeleyarts.org.
LOWER CUPSUPTIC TOWNSHIP – An Oquossoc woman died early Monday afternoon after the snowmobile she was operating crashed into trees in Oxford County. According to Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife spokesperson Mark Latti, Marjorie Davan, 52 of Oquossoc, was driving her 2016 Polaris Pro S 600 snowmobile at approximately 12:25 p.m. on Monday. Davan was traveling with a group of friends along ITS 84 in Lower Cupsuptic Township in northern Oxford County
Franklin County Sheriff’s Office weekly report for March 5-11, 2022: (All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty.) 03/05/20222 0132hrs, Deputy Gray and a game warden assisted a motorist who was stuck in a field off West Side Road in Weld. 03/05/2022 0155hrs, Deputy Morgan received a complaint of a dead deer in the road on Route 27 in Wyman Twp. 03/05/2022 0920hrs, Deputy Morgan received a 911 call at a residence on Cottage Ave. in Rangeley
RANGELEY – The “Stoners” team are the champions of the 2022 Rangeley Curling Bonspiel, defeating the 2020 champions, “Orange Crush” in a tie-breaker match. In the double-elimination format, both teams had lost only once – to each other – resulting in the playoff. Heavy snow squalls dumped three inches of snow on the Haley Pond curling sheet on February 27, while the bonspiel was in progress, forcing suspension of play, which resumed on March 3. In the championship match, both teams curled stones into the house, but the Stoners proved adept at knocking Orange Crush stones out of scoring range
FARMINGTON – For the second year in a row Tumbledown Brewing is raising funds with its special winter blend beer, “In the Horns,” to benefit Maine ski patrol programming. Last year’s proceeds from the fundraiser totaled over $1,500 and went directly to Saddleback Mountain ski patrol, but owner Matt Swan wanted to think much bigger this year. “We decided to donate a dollar per can to the Maine region of the National Ski Patrol, and that is, I guess you could say, the parent organization of all ski patrols in Maine, so every mountain that has a ski patrol reports
RANGELEY – A citizen of El Salvador previously deported from the United States in 2019 was arrested earlier last month by U.S. Border Patrol agents after they investigated a truck he was operating that was partially impeding traffic. Per a press release from the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol, agents approached a Penske truck in Rangeley that was blocking traffic on Feb.
RANGELEY – Rangeley’s favorite musical event returns to the stage in July! The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will produce a live musical event, “Best of DIVA” in July. Auditions will be held at the RFA Lakeside Theater, 2493 Main St in Rangeley on Sunday May 1, from 1 – 3 p.m.
OQUOSSOC – Susan Koob, 66, of Oquossoc, passed gracefully, Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2022 at her winter home in Stuart, Fla. with her family at her side following a long and courageous battle with cancer. Originally from Connecticut, Susan moved with her family to Camp Antlers in Oquossoc as a young girl