OQUOSSOC — The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association completed another Junior Guides program this summer full of fun and learning. Activities included fly tying and casting, canoeing, archery and hiking. This program credits its success to the many volunteers who share their time and expertise.read more
BOYSSATURDAY, SEPT. 2MTA (2) @ Monmouth (3)Rangeley (0) @ Richmond (4) WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6Rangeley (4) @ Valley (0) FRIDAY, SEPT. 8Lisbon (1) @ MTA (1) read more
By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer A favorite hike in the Rangeley area follows Cascade Stream Gorge in Sandy River Plantation. An easy hike with many interesting sightseeing spots through a stand of mostly evergreens, perfect for families.read more
RANGELEY — The Town of Rangeley, the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce and a group of volunteers have been working for months and are now busy putting the final touches on plans to host the 2017 BikeMaine visitors Sept. 12 to 14.read more
RANGELEY — Saturday, Sept. 2, the public is invited to join with other outdoor enthusiasts at the sixth Trail Town Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Pond Street.
RANGELEY — The talk “Where Do Our Birds Go & Why & When?” will be offered Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 6 p.m. at the Rangeley Public Library. Bernd Heinrich Ph.D., Professor Emeriti at the University of Vermont, will be speaking at the Rangeley Public Library on bird migration, patterns of movement, and why some bird are here one year, then not here another year.read more
RANGELEY — The Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce recently announced the winners of the 24th annual Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce Golf Classic. The event was held Aug. 16 at Mingo Springs Golf Course, followed by dinner and awards ceremony at the Country Club Inn.read more
By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer OQUOSSOC — Red, white and blue were on proud display for the 12th annual Oquossoc Day Saturday, Aug 19. The annual day-long community festival is a celebration of artists, food and fun that takes place both on land and water.read more
SALEM — The ninth annual Western Mountain 7v7 Soccer Classic was played July 28 to 30 at Mt Abram High School. The event saw 38 teams from all over the state of Maine from Eastport to Sanford. Mt Blue Girls fielded two teams as did the Mt Abram boys. Mt Abram girls also entered a team in the tournament.