Early American Indian site is program topic

RANGELEY — The Rangeley Historical Society’s Outdoor Sporting Heritage Museum will present a program Aug. 5 on the exploration of a site where early American Indians hunted caribou. read more

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Bank Foundation grants $33,000 in local scholarships

FARMINGTON — Franklin Savings Bank’s Community Development Foundation has awarded $33,000 in college scholarships to 12 local students, including students from Mt. Abram High School, Rangeley Lakes Region High School and Carrabec High School

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Bean-hole baked beans a logging camp tradition

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — It should be no surprise to see baked beans a central part of a logging festival because molasses and beans were a staple to life at the lumber camps of yesteryear. read more

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Rangeley Loggers Festival

RANGELEY — The Annual Logging Festival Parade was one of the best, with a lot more entries and festivities this year, including an appearance by Maine Gov. Paul LePage

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