Stories about Rangeley


Rangeley cheering

Coach — Tracy Cavalier, sixth year Seniors — Dagmar Wetherill, Chelsey Sacre, Cary Rae Millbury, Gabby Eckardt Sophomores — Lindsay Toothaker, Megan Crosson, Ariel Clinch, Gabrielle Cavalier Freshman — Brianna Hall, Emma Fay-Enman Ei...


A mix of holiday music

On Wednesday, Dec. 8, the Rangeley Community Chorus will present an evening of music, “Sing, Wassail!," under the direction of Susan Downes-Borko. The program at the Church of the Good Shepherd will offer a mix of music such as "Jazz Gloria," by Natalie Sleeth; "Gloria in Excelsis Deo," fro...


Furloughed Maine state workers offered lift discounts at ski resort

RANGELEY, Maine (AP) — Maine's Saddleback ski area is offering discounted lift tickets to state employees on upcoming furlough days when they are given unpaid days off to help balance the state budget. Saddleback says state employees can purchase lift tickets for $29 by showing thei... 1


Girls' soccer: Despite graduation losses, St. Dom's repeats as No. 1 seed

The St. Dom's girls' soccer team knew it would be hard-pressed to top what it achieved last year. In their first year in the Mountain Valley Conference, the Saints won 12 games, took the top seed in Western C and won the MVC title.  After losing an abundance of talent, the Saints migh...


Rangeley man charged after accident

RANGELEY — A Rangeley man was arrested Saturday after the car he was driving went off the road into a ditch and he took off on foot. Justin Maclean, 24, of Rangeley was arrested on felony charges of operating after habitual offender revocation and eluding an officer and a misdemeanor...


Purple dye leads police to suspect

RANGELEY — Police caught a Rangeley woman purple-handed after they set up a sting operation using dye last month at the Red Onion Restaurant where things were going missing, police Chief Dennis Leahy said Monday. Naomi J. Sutherland, 21, was charged on a misdemeanor charge of theft b...


Rangeley show promises song, dance and humor

RANGELEY — Rangeley will host "A Mountain Home Companion," with a cast of wacky and whimsical characters performing a la Garrison Keillor-style, Saturday, Sept. 25, at Lakeside Theater. Proceeds from the planned annual event will go to support Rangeley’s new radio station, 90.5...


Don Palmer steps down from Rangeley sportsmen's group; Rusty Harvey takes over

RANGELEY — Don Palmer, who has been president of the Rangeley Region Guides' and Sportsmen's Association for 16 years, is stepping down. Taking his place is Rusty Harvey, the founder of Rivers Edge Sport Shop in Oquossoc, Kevin...


Friends of the Arts to host dinner, auction

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Friends of the Arts will host "Fall Into the Arts" on Wednesday, Sept. 22, at Bald Mountain Camps. The group's mission is to "increase awareness, knowledge, education, appreciation and support for the arts by making available varied programs of high artisti...


Soccer notes: Rangeley On A Roll

It's been a good season so far for the Rangeley girls' soccer team, but after a 4-0 start, the Lakers are hoping the best is still yet to come. "I'm really excited from what I've seen so far," said Georgia Campbell, Rangeley's first-year coach. "I'm really excited for the rest of the seaso...