Border patrol station open house held

Story & Photos By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — To serve and protect was Patrol Agent in Charge Jeff Beauregard’s topic for the 150 people that turned out Thursday, July 22 in Rangeley for the ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new 24,000-square-foot United States Custom and Border Patrol Station. read more

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Border patrol station open house held

Border patrol station open house held

Story & Photos By Laura Dunham Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — To serve and protect was Patrol Agent in Charge Jeff Beauregard’s topic for the 150 people that turned out Thursday, July 22 in Rangeley for the ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new 24,000-square-foot United States Custom and Border Patrol Station. read more

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New Rangeley Border Patrol Station officially opens

DALLAS PLANTATION – What was once where three to five agents worked in a 600 square foot rented, second floor space overlooking Main Street in Rangeley, is now a 24,000 square foot, state-of-the art U.S. Border Patrol Station built on seven acres for 50 agents.

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New Rangeley Border Patrol Station officially opens

Border patrol station to open

RANGELEY — The United States Border Patrol will hold an open house at its new 20,000-square-foot border station on the Stratton Road Thursday, July 22 at 10 a.m. Jeff Beauregard, Patrol Agent, urges all local residents to come and see the new facility.

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