Stories about Rangeley

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Travis Tritt headlines benefit concert in Rangeley

RANGELEY — Two-time Grammy Award winner and Grand Ole Opry member Travis Tritt will take the stage July 28 at the Rangeley Region Health & Wellness Pavilion. Over his 20-year career Tritt has racked up seven platinum selling albums (one  triple platinum); 40 songs on the Hot...

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Rangeley selectmen approve music festival for summer

RANGELEY — Selectmen approved Tuesday the Rangeley Region Health and Wellness Partnership’s application to hold its outdoor music festival this summer. This will be the partnership’s fourth festival and the third consecutive one. Set for Saturday, July 28, the fest...

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J. Dunlap: Insurance coverage needed

In a perfect world, there would be no cancer. All children would be born perfect. We would all be healthy at birth and throughout our entire lives. But this world comes with many perils; children are born with disabilities, men get prostate cancer, women get cervical and breast cancer. And... 2

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Rangeley region eyes update for scenic byway plan

PULLOUT: “The story of Rangeley is a great story. You have something here that’s ready for prime time. We’re Mainers — we understate things, and we’ve got to get over that in our marketing.” Fred Michaud, Maine Department of Transportation ... 2

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Rangeley School Board OKs Quebec trip for 8th grade

RANGELEY — The School Committee on Tuesday unanimously approved the eighth grade class trip to Quebec in May. Kelsey Orestis, a middle school social studies and language arts teacher, said the trip has been an annual event for 25 years. “The trip provides educational opp...

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Mexico police log

MEXICO — The Police Department responded to 26 calls during the past week. Assault An assault on a 23-year-old Rangeley man was reported at 3:16 p.m. March 9 in the parking lot of the Subway restaurant on Main Street. Lt. Roy Hodsdon said a teen about 18 years old with dark ha...

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Dummy Downhill FARMINGTON — Titcomb Mountain will host the 15th annual Dummy Downhill Competition at 1 p.m. Saturday, March 10. Registration will begin at noon. Judging of the dummies will begin at 1 p.m. in front of the lodge. The competition begins at 1:30 p...

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Price Is Right JAY — The Price Is Right Show will take place at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at Spruce Mountain Middle School, starring Jeff Parsons from Q97.9 morning radio show. Tickets went on sale March 1. They are $6 in advance, and are available at each of...

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LURC forum

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Bryant University dean's list

SMITHFIELD, R.I. — The fall semester dean's list at Bryant University includes Jill St. Laurent of Lewiston, a sophomore majoring in marketing, and Matthew Madeira of Rangeley, a senior majoring in finance.