The month of May marks the beginning of the great blue heron watching season by more than 100 volunteers across the state as part of the Heron Observation Network (HERON). This will be the fifth year that HERON volunteers gather data about nesting great blue herons, including their colony locations, the number of breeding pairs, and…
The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsman’s Association will host a NRA basic pistol shooting course on Saturday, June 8th. This course will teach the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely.
OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsman’s Association will host a NRA basic pistol shooting course Saturday, June 8.read more
Spruce Mountain High School girls’ basketball coach Gavin Kane, who won a combined seven state championships at Dirigo and Rangeley ancd has nearly 500 career victories, has been named to the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. Kane will be inducted Saturday, June 22, joining other honore…
Maine IF&W Biologist Bob Van Riper will be the guest speaker at our monthly membership meeting on Thursday, May 16th. Bob’s presentation, “Research: Future Rangeley Fishing Trends”, will immediatey follow our potluck dinner that starts at 5:30pm. The meeting is open to the public at no cost. The Clubhouse is located on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc. For more information please call Kevin at 670-8391.
Game warden Reggie Hammond has reported that the ice was declared out on Rangeley Lake at 7:00 p.m. on the night of May 2, 2013.
BUCKFIELD — Abby Abbott hit a pair of singles and tripled, and winning pitcher Taylor Esty (10 strikeouts) and Michaela Shorey each had three hits as Rangeley rolled to a 14-7 victory in a softball game Tuesday. The Lakers (1-2) erupted with seven runs in the sixth inning. For Buckfi…
Rangeley pitcher Taylor Esty stretches for the ball thrown by her catcher after a past ball as Richmond’s Kelsea Anair scampers home to score a run during Friday afternoon’s softball game in Richmond, won by Richmond 12-0.
OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides’ and Sportsmen’s Association recently announced that Maine IF&W Biologist Bob Van Riper will be the guest speaker at its monthly membership meeting Thursday, May 16. Van Riper’s presentation, “Research: Future Rangeley Fishing Trends,” will immediately follow the potluck dinner that starts at 5:30 p.m.read more
[img_assist|nid=67267|title=|desc= Whoever said skiing and snowmobiling don’t mix hasn’t been to a RaveX Outerlimits Freestyle Tour at Saddleback! RaveX came to Saddleback on Sunday to celebrate spring with Tiki Weekend and a freestyle snowmobile stunt show.read more