Maine Warden Service: Chester Man Sentenced for May 2010 Hunting-Related Shooting Incident

##MAINE DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE ###MAINE WARDEN SERVICE ####Chester Man Sentenced for May 2010 Hunting-Related Shooting Incident#### BANGOR — Joel L. Susen, 29, of Chester plead “no contest” today for Assault While Hunting (Class D) in Penobscot County Superior Court in Bangor

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Maine Warden Service: Chester Man Sentenced for May 2010 Hunting-Related Shooting Incident

Wabanaki culture explored at Rangeley school

RANGELEY – James Francis, tribal historian of the Penobscot Nation and Raney Bench, educator from the Abbe Museum visited Rangeley Lakes Regional students, grades K-8 recently

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Wabanaki culture explored at Rangeley school

Macbeth lives, dies in Rangeley… for thirty minutes

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Friends of the Arts is truly a friend of Rangeley students. With the monetary encouragement from the RFA, RLRS’s high school was able to invite two teaching actors from the Penobscot Theater to conjure the sort of magic only live theater can, and Macbeth, for an Intersession project.

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Macbeth lives, dies in Rangeley… for thirty minutes

Macbeth lives, dies in Rangeley… for thirty minutes

RANGELEY – The Rangeley Friends of the Arts is truly a friend of Rangeley students. With the monetary encouragement from the RFA, RLRS’s high school was able to invite two teaching actors from the Penobscot Theater to conjure the sort of magic only live theater can, and Macbeth, for an Intersession project.

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Macbeth lives, dies in Rangeley… for thirty minutes