OQUOSSOC — The Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum has just opened for the 2018 season which again will feature new exhibits and a fun filled roster of events.read more
OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ & Sportsmen’s Association will hold its monthly membership meeting Thursday, May, 17. The potluck dinner will start at 5:30 p.m. at the clubhouse on Old Skiway Road.read more
HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL May 2MTA (8) vs. Monmouth (6)Carrabec/Madison (6) vs. Winthrop (12) May 5Vinalhaven/North Haven (8) vs.
Start times are subject to change NFCL BASEBALL / SOFTBALL THURSDAY, MAY 3Rangeley @ Stratton 4 pmPhillips @ Strong 4 pm TUESDAY, MAY 8Rangeley @ Strong 4 pmKingfield @ Stratton 4 pm HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL read more
MAGALLOWAY PLANTATION — Recently, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust received a phone call regarding a dynamic parcel of land for sale on the Magalloway River.read more
BRYANT POND & AVON — A free technical training workshop will be held April 24 at Camp Bryant Pond at 17 Lakeside Drive in Bryant Pond. Another training will be held April 30 at the Avon Town Office, 1116 Rangeley Road in Avon.read more
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
KINGFIELD — Franklin County Youth Softball Nitros U10 team registration will be held Wednesday, March 21 at the Kingfield Elementary School from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The team is open to all girls ages 8 to 10 from Avon, Kingfield, Phillips, Strong, Stratton and Rangeley. The registration fee is $30.
RANGELEY — Saddleback Mountain Foundation’s Board of Directors voted in a new President recently. Outgoing President Dr. Peter J. Stein stepped down and Wolfe Tone was voted in as president of the organization.read more
RANGELEY — The third consecutive season of curling in Rangeley concluded with a four-team bonspiel March 4, at the curling sheet on Haley Pond. The Big Orange team took top honors, defeating The Vectors 10- 3 in a match much closer than the score indicates, as each team knocked out many an opponent scoring rock until Big Orange gradually pulled away.read more