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Club assumes management of Rangeley Sporting Clays and Trap Range

The RRG&SA has assumed management and operation of the Rangeley Sporting Clays and Trap Range on Old Skiway Road in Oquossoc.  Contact Dave Kretzing  is you have any questions @ 207-864-4323 . Read more for our shooting schedule and rates.

Our 2013 Schedule

Wednesday:   3 PM to 4PM   Women’s  Trap

4 PM to 7PM   Sporting Clays

Thursday:      4 PM to 7PM    Sporting Clays

Saturday:       10AM to 2PM  Sporting Clays

Sunday:         1 PM to 4PM  Trap


Guns and shells available

26 Sporting Clay Targets
Full Trap Field
Instructors available to help



$40 – Trap Card (10 rounds)


$5 per round

$7 per box of ammo

$2 gun rental


$6 per round

$9 per box of ammo

$7 gun rental


$35 – Sporting Clays Card (6 rounds)


$7 per round (w/out card)

$7 per box of ammo

$2 gun rental


$8 per round

$9 per box of ammo

$7 gun rental

Leatrice O. Orr

FARMINGTON — Leatrice Oakes Orr, 83, of Farmington, died on June 3, in the comfort of her own home, where she had been lovingly cared for. She was born in Rangeley, Feb. 21, 1930, to parents, Harold and Dorothy Oakes. Leatrice graduated from Wilton Academy in 1948 and from the Farmin…

Rangeley students attend Kinder Concert in Portland

PORTLAND – Once again Rangeley’s students in grades 3, 4, and 5 traveled to Merrill Auditorium for a Kinder Concert presented by the Portland Symphony Orchestra conducted by Robert Moody. Seated in the balcony seats center left of the stage, the program introduced students to the four groups of instruments in an orchestra: strings, woodwinds,

John P. Spencer Jr.

RANGELEY — John P. Spencer Jr., 41, of Litchfield, died unexpectedly on Dec. 30.

Rangeley Fire & Rescue honors NorthStar crew

FARMINGTON – On May 11, Rangeley Fire & Rescue honored NorthStar employees with awards of recognition. They included: Harold Schaetzle, Steve Grant, and Jeremy O’Neil. Harold Schaetzle, NorthStar base supervisor on behalf of the entire Rangeley base, received an Appreciation Award from Rangeley Fire Chief Tim Pellerin for NorthStar’s outstanding assistance in the day-to-day operations

May 16 – Monthly meeting presentation – Rangeley Fishing Trends

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.

Franklin Health Orthopaedics to host open house in Rangeley

FARMINGTON – Dr. Thomas Pulling and physician assistant Sarah Dooley from Franklin Health Orthopaedics based in Farmington, will host an open house at the Rangeley Region Physical Rehabilitation program in the Wellness Pavilion on the Dallas Road on Wednesday, May 22, from 6:30–7:30 p.m. They will discuss services that will be offered there two days

Camden National meets with Phillips residents

PHILLIPS – Approximately 40 business owners and residents met with the president of Camden National Bank and other representatives Wednesday evening, detailing their concerns with the impending closure of the local branch. Earlier this year, Camden National Bank announced it would be closing three branches across the state and two in Franklin County: one in

Local roundup: Lakers brush off Bucks

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…

Letter to the Editor: Regarding application to gravel pit and mining operation in Madrid

As a Madrid resident I would like to voice my concern regarding the issue of Mark Beauregard’s application to open a gravel pit and mining operation in Madrid. I believe it would have such a negative impact for all in this small residential area. Most people are here for the peace and quiet, but not