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Military note - Sheri Jansen

KEENE, N.H. — Army Reserve Spec. Sheri L. Jansen is returning to the U.S. after a deployment to Iraq serving in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom/New Dawn, or Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and the Southwest Asia Theater of Operations. The soldiers return to Joint Base Di...

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All Trails Celebration June 25, 26 in Rangeley

RANGELEY — With summer officially arriving next week, High Peaks Alliance will host an All Trails Celebration on Saturday and Sunday, June 25 and 26. The alliance is a group of local people working to preserve and enhance recreational access to forest lands in northern Franklin Count...

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Western D Baseball Final: Greenville blanks Rangeley, 2-0

STANDISH — Both offenses in Tuesday night's Western Class D final had plenty of opportunities to get on the scoreboard. Pitchers Jordan Richard of Rangeley and Greenville's Jeremy St. Louis teased the opposition all night with walks and the occasional hit. Then, with a little extra b...

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Rangeley hires new code enforcement officer

RANGELEY — A Winslow woman has been hired as the new code enforcement officer/town planner, Town Manager Tim Kane said Wednesday. Amanda Lessard plans to move to the area, he said. Her family has property in the Rangeley area and she has been coming to Rangeley for many years.

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$3.37 million school budget passes

RANGELEY — Regional School Unit 78 voters approved a $3.37 million budget in a validation referendum  Tuesday. The unofficial tally was 217-147, Superintendent Brian Foster said Wednesday. Rangeley Plantation voters rejected the budget and two other plantations narrowly approved...

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RSU 78 voters to consider $3.37 million school budget

RANGELEY — Voters in Regional School Unit 78 will consider validating a $3.37 million budget for 2011-12 on Tuesday. The proposed budget was set on May 24 at a district-wide budget meeting. Voters raised $25,000 more than the school board requested. The referendum vote on Tues...

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High School Baseball: Devils, Saints top seeds

The last time St. Dominic Academy didn’t appear in a Western Class C baseball championship game, current seniors Alex Parker, Kurt Johnson and Kyle Hargreaves were in third grade. Lewiston High School’s last Class A baseball title might as well have been won in the stone age, o...

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Rangeley airport to receive funds for building

RANGELEY — The Federal Aviation Administration has approved $350,000 for the municipal airport, according to U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud, D-Maine. The money will be used to construct a building to house snow removal equipment at the Stephen A. Bean Municipal Airport. The intent is to pro...

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Rangeley Alumni Association meeting June 11

RANGELEY — The fledgling Rangeley Alumni Association will meet Saturday, June 11, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the home of Alice Smith, Class of 1956, at 2632 Main St. The gathering will include a social time, potluck picnic lunch and annual meeting beginning at 1 p.m. The meeting to ta...

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Lakeside Theater will rock with '80s music

RANGELEY — A production of "Footloose" will bring such classic '80s tunes as "Let’s Hear It For The Boy," "Almost Paradise," and, of course, "Footloose" to the Lakeside Theater stage over the July 4 weekend. Life in small-town Beaumont is peaceful until a city boy named Ren McC...