Maine Warden Service: Two Skiers from Oxford Rescued from Back Side of Sugarloaf Mountain

###MAINE DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE ####MAINE WARDEN SERVICE *Media: For more information, contact IF&W spokesperson Deborah Turcotte at (207) 592-1164* FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 3, 2011 **Two Skiers from Oxford Rescued from Back Side of Sugarloaf Mountain** Two skiers from Oxford were rescued from the back side of Sugarloaf Mountain today after they admittedly followed the tracks of another skier to an out-of-bounds area on the mountain on Wednesday. Bradley Snow, 16, of Oxford and Sven Bergeron, 20, of Oxford told Maine Warden Service game wardens this morning that they had taken multiple runs earlier in the day, and sometime between 1:30 and 2:30 p.m. they decided to follow tracks made by another skier that led underneath an orange distinctive rope that marks trail boundaries

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Maine Warden Service: Two Skiers from Oxford Rescued from Back Side of Sugarloaf Mountain

LURC office in Farmington to serve Franklin, Oxford counties

FARMINGTON — State land regulators have relocated a field office that serves Franklin and Oxford counties to a local site.

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LURC office in Farmington to serve Franklin, Oxford counties

Morse girls now 2-0 (The Times Record)

SOUTH PARIS — The Morse High School girls basketball team matched its win total from one year ago in downing Oxford Hills 62-50 on Tuesday in Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference action.

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Brunswick rolls past Vikings (The Times Record)

SOUTH PARIS — The Brunswick High School boys basketball team opened its Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference season on Friday with a 45-28 win over Oxford Hills.

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