By Dee Menear Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — Several weeks after the latest update, Saddleback officials have not yet set an opening day. Dec. 18, the resort issued a release indicating the Berry Family, current owners of the mountain, were confident a sale would be complete and the mountain would open for business by the end of January.read more
PHILLIPS — The Sandy River Business Association, with nearly 80 members in and around Phillips, Avon and Madrid, is hosting a Business Round Table in Phillips Thursday, Oct. 29, from 5 to 7 p.m. read more
RANGELEY — The Rangeley Alumni Association will hold its Annual Meeting Sunday, Sept. 13, at 1 p.m. at the home of Alice Smith, 2632 Main Street. There will be an election of officers and a short business meeting
PHILLIPS – LIsted below are the rsults of events at this year’s Phillips Old Home Days, which was held from Saturday, Aug. 16 through the afternoon of Sunday, Aug. 23. Parade Most Beautiful: 1st Sandy River Business 2nd Douglass Family 3rd”Frozen” Pike Family Funniest: 1st “Alice in Wonderland”, Davenport Family 2nd Sandy River Nursing Home […]
RANGELEY — Sunrise View Farm celebrated its 25th year in business with an open house the weekend of Aug. 7 to 9. Several seminars were offered including a fairy house workshop, a rock demonstration and guided flower arranging. There was a perennial garden giveaway, won by Susan Tourtillotte of Rangeley.read more
RANGELEY — Rangeley Region Lake Cruises & Kayaking was named Readers’ Choice Best Boat Cruise in Down East magazine’s annual poll of reader favorites, featured in the July issue.read more
RANGELEY — Rangeley Region Lake Cruises & Kayaking was recently recognized by TripAdvisor with a 2015 Certificate of Excellence award.read more
RANGELEY — A new ATV club is forming in Rangeley. Anyone interested in having a new club to manage the trails from Main Street out, should attend. “All businesses in town, especially on Main Street, will surely benefit from a well structured and organized club to handle ATVing guests coming to town,” said Gloria A. Hewey, a spokesperson for the new club.read more
New ATA Wobble Trap Machine installed and ready for business.
Renovated trap house with solar battery chargers.
This year Wildlife Services are conducting enhanced surveillance for Rabies, and your business is located in our surveillance area. I have attached our informational poster in hopes can be distributed to your employees, customers, and any other interested individuals. If anyone sees raccoons, skunks, coyotes, foxes or bobcats acting strange or as roadkill, we are asking they please call 207-629-5178 to report it to our office. We are NOT asking that anyone approach or handle wild animals, and if emergency assistance is needed, contact local authorities.All we need is a description of where the animal is located, and Wildlife Services staff will collect the sample. If there are any questions, please contact our office. We need your assistance to collect additional critical samples. Your help is greatly appreciated. I will be conducting surveys in the area throughout the year on a weekly basis and can be reached directly at 207-592-3816.
If there are specific individuals that you are in contact with who may be able to better assist, if possible, please distribute this information to them (i.e. Animal Control Officers, Police Officers, Fire Departments, Game Wardens, Public Works Employees etc.).
Thank you for your time,
USDA APHIS Wildlife Services
79 Leighton Road, Suite 12
Augusta, ME 04330