Rangeley cheerleaders qualify for championship

By Dan Fayen Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — They have done it again. The Rangeley Lakes Community High School Cheerleading Team has qualified and will be returning to the Eastern Maine Cheerleading Championship for the second year in a row. read more

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Charts of How RFA Earns and Spends its Funds

RFA partnerships to promote arts Income       Rangeley Lakes Regional School $1,500 Rangeley Rotary Club $750 Franklin Savings Bank $750 Camden Bank $1,000 Maine Community Foundation $3,000 RFA Donors $10,865 Summer Programs Ticket Sales $34,720   $52,585 Supported Programs       Student Lessons $2,154 Scholarships $1,120 School Programs $1,983 Rangeley Community Chorus $1,226 Website, Communication $1,345 Administration $5,337 Equipment, Supplies, Storage, Ins. $4,862 Postage, Printing, Advertising $3,304 Summer Programs $20,436 Loan Interest $1,142 Misc., Dues, Bank Int, Accounting $1,807 Investments Land Dev. & Purchase $7,869   $52,585

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Charts of How RFA Earns and Spends its Funds

Opportunity and optimism theme of Rangeley workforce meeting

RANGELEY – In dozens of meetings each year, the USDA Rural Development Agency and Community Concepts, Inc. of Maine bring hope to prospective home buyers where before there had been none

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Farmington designated for its preservation efforts

FARMINGTON – Rewarding efforts to retain its cultural heritage through various preservation projects over the years, the town of Farmington has been designated as a Preserve America Community.

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Farmington designated for its preservation efforts