Public Input Helps Shape Scenic Byway Turnouts

By Rebecca Kurtz Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and the Maine Department of Transportation, two of the Region’s most cherished scenic turnouts, the Height of Land and the Rangeley Overlook, will receive dramatic facelifts in the coming year. read more

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Babe Ruth registration open

WESTERN MAINE — It’s baseball season and time to register for the upcoming Babe Ruth season. Coaches from the North Franklin Cats/Rangers are looking for interested 13- to 15-year-olds (born before May 1)

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Volunteers sought to help save deer herd

RANGELEY — As the result of the severe decline of deer in Western Maine, the Rangeley Region Guides & Sportsmen’s Association recently came up with an idea to help ward off winter starvation. read more

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New Life for old building boosts Rangeley’s economy

By Carol Sullivan Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — The corner of Main and Pond streets is a beehive of activity these days.

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New Life for old building boosts Rangeley’s economy