Rangeley could lose state machine that tests for drunken driving. Police chief says plan puts public at risk.

RANGELEY — The local police chief is concerned about a proposal by the Maine Department of Public Safety to remove the town’s blood-alcohol testing equipment to save the state money. Chief Dennis Leahy said Thursday he received a letter earlier this month from Maine Department of Pub…

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Rangeley could lose state machine that tests for drunken driving. Police chief says plan puts public at risk.

Rangeley could lose state machine that tests for drunken driving. Police chief says plan puts public at risk.

RANGELEY — The local police chief is concerned about a proposal by the Maine Department of Public Safety to remove the town’s blood-alcohol testing equipment to save the state money. Chief Dennis Leahy said Thursday he received a letter earlier this month from Maine Department of Pub…

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Rangeley could lose state machine that tests for drunken driving. Police chief says plan puts public at risk.

Intrepid lawn sculpture added in Oquossoc

OQUOSSOC — Neighbors in the Bald Mountain Road area are guessing what lawn sculpture will be added next to A.G. Newmyer’s summer home after a partial vehicle was buried last week on his hillside

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Intrepid lawn sculpture added in Oquossoc

Calling all moose callers to Rangeley contest

RANGELEY — If you can bellow like a moose and think you’re pretty good, yeah, there’s a competition for that now. The Rangeley Region Guides and Sportsmen’s Association is holding a qualifying event for the World Invitational Moose Calli…

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Calling all moose callers to Rangeley contest