Back from the dead…

ski treks. As a writer and avid skier, I have meetings and social trips in the planning stages.

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Back from the dead…

The Rangeley Blue, a one-of-a-kind Christmas tree

RANGELEY — Pleasant Acres Tree Farm is, according to owners Mark and Marie Beauregard, the exclusive home of the Rangeley Blue Christmas Tree. Distinguished by its beautiful tint of blue, this balsam fir is one-of-a-kind and grows only in the fields of Pleasant Acres. The Beauregards have been cultivating award-winning Maine Christmas Trees since 1986

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The Rangeley Blue, a one-of-a-kind Christmas tree

Rangeley’s best strippers & Bolduc crew complete museum roof

Last spring Richard Hill discovered a few shingles on the ground while opening up the main building of the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum for the 2010 season. Our treasury would not support the cost of replacement without some fundraising, some professional assistance and serious volunteer work.

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Rangeley’s best strippers & Bolduc crew complete museum roof

Chorus to offer ‘Sing, Wassail!’

RANGELEY — Wednesday, Dec. 8, the Rangeley Community Chorus will present an evening of music, “Sing, Wassail!” at the Church of the Good Shepherd beginning at 7 p.m. read more

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Chorus to offer ‘Sing, Wassail!’