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Rangeley's municipal audit presented to selectmen

RANGELEY — Ron Smith of RHR Smith & Company presented the completed 2012-13 town audit at Tuesday's selectmen meeting. Smith said that because revenue projections had come in a little higher than expected and expenses a little lower, the town is in good financial shape. The reser...

Preview 2013, Rangeley cheering

Coach: Tracy Cavalier Conference: East/West Conference; Class: D Last year's result: Did not compete Team roster: Seniors — Tala Ferguson, Brianna Hall; Sophomores — Sara Anderson; Freshman &mdash...

New book released on history of Redington, Phillips and Rangeley Railroad

RANGELEY — The first history of Redington is now on the market in a new 312-page book by Guy Rioux titled “The Franklin County Narrow Gauges — The Next Stop is Rangeley.” The book provides detailed descriptions of the building and operation of the two lumber mills a...

Rangeley Giving Tree lighting is Nov. 30

RANGELEY — The 26th annual lighting of the Giving Tree will be at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Christmas Tree, next to the Chamber of Commerce Building near the entrance to Town Park. There will be live music, Christmas carols and surprise guests. There will be a reception with S...

Rangeley town manager appreciative of support

RANGELEY — While new Town Manager Tiki White recently talked with a reporter, Rangeley fire Chief Tim Pellerin poked his head through the doorway of her office and said, "This is the best town manager in Maine, and you can quote me on that." Many town officials in this western Maine ...

Rangeley fire chief says improperly installed wood stove caused house fire

RANGELEY — About 25 firefighters from Rangeley and Eustis extinguished a blaze Sunday at a house at 7 Robbins Ave., Rangeley fire Chief Tim Pellerin said Monday. Firefighters had just returned from handling a tree on wires when the fire was reported at 1:04 p.m., he said. The ...

Rangeley installs White as town manager

RANGELEY — Selectmen gave final approval Tuesday for Tiki White to be town manager. White, of Phillips, has served as acting town manager since July. Municipal Clerk Ethna Thompson administered the oath office to her Tuesday. The board's decision followed an executive s...

Santa to make annual visit

Groups to offer Thanksgiving dinners

Legion hosts dinner today DIXFIELD — A Thanksgiving dinner will be held from 4 p.m. until sold out Saturday, Nov. 23, at American Legion Post 100. Cost is $5. Seniors plan holiday feast

State dismisses drug charges in Rangeley case

FARMINGTON — A judge Thursday dismissed all criminal charges against a Gray man accused in a drug bust in Rangeley in January, because the primary investigator has missed two hearings. The Maine Drug Enforcement Agency officer was not available to appear twice on motion hearings...