Stories about Rangeley

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Rumford snowmobile trails need more snow for good riding; Rangeley trails 'quite good'

RUMFORD —  Members of the Rumford Polar Bears Snowmobile Club remain optimistic that they'll have a good riding season to offer sledders in 2014 on nearly 90 miles of trail. All they need is 10 to 15 inches of snowfall to create go...

11:31am Sun Journal

Capable coaching: Clark perseveres

It didn’t take long for Matt Clark to get into coaching. A multi-sport athlete at Rangeley Lakes Regional School, he began working at his alma mater. During his first year there — 1977 — the boys’ middle school basketball coaching position opened. “I wa...

12:00am

Thift Shoppe needs volunteers

The shop will be closed Dec. 24 RANGELEY — The Episcopal Church Women of the Church of the Good Shepherd Thrift Shoppe continue to thank all who make donations and volunteer the time, energy and expertise required to continue this outreach in the community. Th...

12:00am Sun Journal

UMF names Wilson scholars, fellows

FARMINGTON — The University of Maine at Farmington has named 10 Michael D. Wilson scholars and fellows for the fall 2013 semester. This competitive undergraduate research award partners top student researchers with faculty mentors to help students gain experience, insight and skills ...

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Briefly

Spurrs Corner food pantry hours OTISFIELD — The food pantry at Spurrs Corner Church, Route 121, will be open Tuesday, Dec. 17, from 10 a.m. to noon. The pantry is open to residents of Otisfield on the first and third Tuesdays of each month. For information cal...

7:00pm Sun Journal

RSU 78 board to study moving Magalloway students

RANGELEY — At their regular meeting Tuesday, members of the RSU 78 School Board read a letter from a New Hampshire school district near Magalloway Township. In an open letter to the board, Paul Bousquet, superintendent of New Hampshire’s Errol School District, wrote that severa...

8:00pm Sun Journal

RSU 9 board approves agreement with Rangeley school district

FARMINGTON — The RSU 9 Board of Directors voted Tuesday to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the RSU 78 School Board in Rangeley to use a school bus. The Rangeley bus and the driver stay in the area after they drop off students at the Foster Career and Technical Education...

11:25pm

Preview 2013: Rangeley girls' basketball

Coach: Heidi Deery (20th year) Last year's record: 19-2, lost in Western D final. Returning players: Senior — Tori Letarte (5-6 guard); Juniors — Valerie Roy-Lessard (5-4 guard), Seve Deery-Deraps (5-8 guard), Taylor Est...

12:00am

Registration open for Central Maine Community College courses

FARMINGTON — Open registration for spring semester classes is now underway for Central Maine Community College courses, including those offered in Franklin County. Courses are offered at the following seven location in Franklin County: Franklin County Adult Education, interpersonal c...

11:16pm

Preview 2013: Possible shift in West D

There could be a changing of the guard in Western D this season. At least, that’s what the Rangeley Lakers are hoping. After three straight regional titles, Richmond graduated seven veterans, including standout post player Jamie Plummer. The Bobcats also lost forward ...