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‘Bingo Friends’ April 18

RANGELEY — “Bingo Friends” will be held this month Wednesday, April 18 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Rangeley Town House, 14 School Street. Organizer Mary Hembrow noted that there will be hugs, prizes, goodies and those “crazy ladies that run it: Pat, Anita and Mary.” It’s all free, including candy and everyone is welcome.read more

Rangeley downtown revitalization plan under way

RANGELEY — The Town of Rangeley has contracted the multidiscipline engineering firm Wright- Pierce to complete a downtown revitalization plan for Rangeley and Oquossoc. March 6 Wright-Pierce held a kick-off meeting with the Rangeley Region Economic Opportunity Committee.read more

Rangeley kicks off downtown revitalization plan

RANGELEY – The Town of Rangeley has contracted the multi-discipline engineering firm Wright-Pierce to complete a downtown revitalization plan for Rangeley and Oquossoc. On March 6 Wright- Pierce held a kick-off meeting with the Rangeley Region Economic Opportunity Committee. This kickoff meeting was the first step in the planning phase of this project. During this […]

Youth Mental Health First Aid course at Rangeley Lakes Regional School on May 10

RANGELEY – National Alliance on Mental Illness Maine is bringing its Youth Mental Health First Aid Course to the area on May 10 at Rangeley Lakes Regional School, at 43 Mendolia Road, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It is open to the community. Please register at: http://www.namimaine.org/events/EventDetails. Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed […]

Fly Rod Crosby inducted into Maine Women’s Hall of Fame

Fly Rod Crosby inducted into Maine Women’s Hall of Fame

AUGUSTA — One year ago, Rangeley Lakes Historical Society Executive Director Bill Pierce, was hurrying through the lobby at the University of Maine- Augusta Library. He was there to interview a prospective new intern for two of Rangeley’s museums when he happened upon something that he was unaware even existed.read more

RLRS senior featured in solo exhibit

RLRS senior featured in solo exhibit

RANGELEY — Isobel Straub, a senior at Rangeley Lakes Regional School, has won numerous local and regional art awards for her photography work. Her work will now be featured in an upcoming solo exhibit in Rangeley.read more

Open auditions for RFA’s production of ‘Annie’

RANGELEY — Open auditions for “Annie� will be held Saturday, April 7, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the RFA Lakeside Theater.read more

Community Visioning rescheduled

RANGELEY — Rangeley Health and Wellness invites all community members to a Community Visioning night Wednesday, March 28, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Rangeley Lakes Regional School. Light refreshments will be available. The only thing participants will need to do is to think about what Rangeley currently has to offer, what is missing and what might enhance the community.read more

Kyle Rochelle of Rangeley a DAR Good Citizen

Kyle Rochelle of Rangeley a DAR Good Citizen

RANGELEY — Kyle Rochelle, a senior at Rangeley High School, was recently presented the Daughters of the American Revolution 2018 Good Citizen Award.read more

Saddleback: Leaked recording reveals portion of Majella meeting

By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — Last week, NEWS CENTER Maine and WCSH 6 aired a segment which purported Majella CEO Sebastian Monsour, the purchaser of Saddleback Mountain Resort had a less than favorable commitment to opening the idle ski resort. The segment, which aired Tuesday, March 13, included a recording which supposedly took place during a Majella staff meeting Sept. 11, 2017.read more

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