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  • Published
    January 25, 2020

    Annual Rangeley Snodeo brings community together as a snowmobile destination

    The three-day event showcased the area’s more than 150 groomed trails and drew large crowds to temporarily swell the normal 1,500-person winter population.

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    Snowmobiling season is here!

    With 14,000 miles of trails and incredible views, help ensure Maine remains a snowmobiler’s paradise.  Have respect for private landowners.  The majority of Maine’s snowmobile trails are on private land. Stay on marked trails and remember that modified exhausts are illegal. Always follow the rules and help keep Maine’s trails open. Be safe and smart.  Always operate your snowmobile at a safe and reasonable speed […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down

    THUMBS UP: RRG&SA wants to thank the couple who lives here in Oquossoc for their donations of 2 very large XMAS baskets for our XMAS Party raffle with the profits going to the children’s programs we put on all year!! THUMBS UP to Brian and Sue Anderson of the Hungry Trout for offering the wonderful […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    December Savage Stats

    Temperature Maximum: 45° Date: 12/15 Minimum: -16° Date: 12/8 Average True Temp: 28.03° Precipitation Total for month: 2.51″ Greatest: .45″ Date: 12/15 Daily Average: .0694 Year to Date: 43.619“ Snow Total: 10.48” Snow on the Ground First Day: 14” Snow on the Ground Last Day: 5″ Season to Date: 24.48″ Wind Peak: 40 Date: 12/16 Low: […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    Haley Pond Highlights

      On Monday January 20th, RLRS PTA  hosted Winterkids at Haley Pond-an opportunity for students to experience activities on ice including skating, ice hockey, and curling. The temperature was a mild 10 degrees, but all of the kids enjoyed themselves especially those trying to skate for the first time. Haley Pond’s skating areas are available […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    Scrappy Chef: A Gadget Graveyard?

    Every drawer in your kitchen, ours for sure, is filled with kitchen gadgets, utensils and small hand tools. An accumulation of hand me downs, borrowed, gifted or bought. The odds and ends you thought was a good idea but never used. It seems there’s a gadget for everything, especially those fancy ones that have that […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    We Are Protected

      Many people go through life just accepting things as they happen. They shrug their shoulders and consider themselves lucky to have escaped injury. If they had left a minute or two later, they just may have been involved in that car crash. A lot of times these are written off as co-incidence. I have […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    RLRS Spelling Bee champions to compete at Franklin County Bee

    17 spellers from grades 5 thru 8 came together on Friday, January 10 at Rangeley Lakes Regional School to compete for a spot in the Franklin County Spelling Bee. The students went for 9 rounds with the championship word “beatboxing” going to 7th grader Parker Smith. Tori White, followed in 2nd place and Charlotte Casko, […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    Koob’s Garage Expands in Record Time

    After many years of running Koob’s Garage, Michael purchased the business from his brother Larry in the summer of 1996. With his team of dedicated employees, Michael had been contemplating the expansion for many years. To move the gas pumps from the side of Carry Road and renovate the sales area took much thought and […]

  • Published
    January 24, 2020

    New Award Program Will Highlight Maine’s Young Environmental Leaders

    Nominations being sought for youth ages 15-30

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