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Logging museum plans full summer season of activities

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum has announced its 2014 season of events. The museum will open full time from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, June 18. The first event will be the annual auction to be held Saturday, July 5. There will be a preview at 9:30 a.m...

Rangeley graduation comes with personal touch

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Lakes Regional School celebrated the graduation of its senior class on June 14 with a new format for the ceremony that emphasized the personal relationships between the students and their teachers and community. In a theme that gained strength with each iterat...

Well done - Student achievements

BALTIMORE — Joshua Charest, the son of John and Louise Charest of Lewiston, graduated from Johns Hopkins University with honors. Joshua was awarded the “Best Design” for his senior year design project. He designed a device that will assis...

Well done - Student achievements

BOSTON — Brittany Martin, daughter of Jeanne and Dan Martin of Lewiston, has been named to the dean’s list with distinction for the spring 2014 semester at Boston University. A 2011 graduate of Lewiston High School, Martin is majoring in graphi...

Crash victim from Massachusetts improving in Boston hospital

RANGELEY — A Massachusetts teenager critically injured in a June 1 accident on Route 4 is listed in fair condition at Massachusetts General Hospital, a spokeswoman at the Boston hospital said Wednesday. Janessa Gordon, 18, of Melro...

Western D softball: Young Bobcats still have the edge

Local players to watch: Hannah Gallant, Sr. 1b, Buckfield, Alannah Knox, Sr OF, Buckfield, Arrabine Dunn, Sr. 3b, Buckfield; Taylor Esty, Jr. P, Rangeley, Tori Letarte, Sr SS, Rangeley, Blayke Morin, Soph. C, Rangeley. Favorites: Richmond graduated nine se...

Massachusetts teen remains in critical condition after Rangeley crash

RANGELEY — A Massachusetts teenager remains in critical condition at a Lewiston hospital but is putting up a fight for her life, police Chief Dennis Leahy said Thursday. Janessa Gordon, 18, of Melrose, Mass., was a front-seat passenger in

Healthy Community Coalition to hold Mobile Health Unit events

FARMINGTON — The Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County has announced its June schedule for mobile health unit outreach events. Services offered include body composition analysis, an excellent tracking tool for fitness and nutrition programs including weight loss; blo...

Rangeley board votes to put fire engine proceeds in reserve account

RANGELEY — In a 30-minute meeting Tuesday, acting Chairwoman Pam White led the board through a brief agenda that included votes on putting money into the Fire Department reserve account and relocating a utility pole. Board Chairman Dave Burgess and Town Manager Tiki White were absent...

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Audubon program on state of birds FARMINGTON — A Western Maine Audubon program, "State of the Birds," will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 4, in Room C 23, Roberts Learning Center, University of Maine at Farmington. Bird populations in Maine are constantly c...