Trail blazing for canoes; Rangeley celebrates this weekend

RANGELEY – This year, the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum is partnering with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th. While the cultural heritage of logging in the western mountains of Maine is celebrated on Friday and Saturday, July 23rd and 24th at the 30th annual Logging Festival, the Northern Forest Canoe Trail will be celebrated on its 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th.

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Trail blazing for canoes; Rangeley celebrates this weekend

Northern Forest Canoe Trail celebrates 10 years

RANGELEY — Canoe and kayak outings, an international paddling challenge, and fireworks over Saddleback Mountain are planned for the Northern Forest Canoe Trail Paddlers Rendezvous in Rangeley July 24 to 25. read more

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Northern Forest Canoe Trail celebrates 10 years

Paddles and saws: Rangeley’s logging heritage & canoe trail

RANGELEY – Celebrate the cultural heritage of logging in the western mountains of Maine on Friday and Saturday, July 23rd and 24th at the 30th annual Logging Festival held by the Rangeley Lakes Region Logging Museum. This year, the museum is partnering with the Northern Forest Canoe Trail as they celebrate their 10th Anniversary in Rangeley the 24th and 25th with free activities, exhibits, equipment demonstrations and educational presentations.

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Paddles and saws: Rangeley’s logging heritage & canoe trail

Rain, snow, wind storm cuts power to more than 18,000 customers

FARMINGTON — Winter roared into western Maine and New Hampshire on Saturday, felling trees and downing power lines with high winds and, in the mountains, heavy wet snow. More than 70,000 power outages were reported throughout Northern New England due to an offshore nor’easter that…

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Rain, snow, wind storm cuts power to more than 18,000 customers (The Lewiston Sun Journal)