Drivers Urged to Heed New Roadside Warning Signs and Watch Out for Deer

**MAINE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION** **MAINE DEPARTMENT OF INLAND FISHERIES & WILDLIFE** [www.maine.gov/mdot]( http://www.maine.gov/mdot/ ) www.maine.gov/mdot [www.mefishwildlife.com]( http://www.mefishwildlife.com ) *MEDIA: For more information, call MDOT Spokesman Mark Latti at (207) 624-3030 or MDIF&W Spokeswoman Deborah Turcotte at (207) 592-1164* AUGUSTA, Maine – The arrival of spring means deer are on the move along roadways. MaineDOT and the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife are urging drivers to heed posted warning signs and slow down, particularly in areas where historically a high number of deer-vehicle collisions have occurred. As snow slowly disappears this spring, areas along the sides of roads are generally one of the first areas to green up with vegetation.

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Drivers Urged to Heed New Roadside Warning Signs and Watch Out for Deer

Ladies’/Community Breakfast planned

RANGELEY — The next Ladies’/Community Breakfast, with everyone invited to attend, will be Wednesday, Oct.

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‘Log Church’ to hold services

OQUOSSOC — The annual Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath services will be held at the “Log Church” on Route 4 Saturday, Sept. 4. A song service will begin at 9:15 a.m

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Driver arrested after Rangeley crash

RANGELEY — A young man from Oquossoc was arrested Tuesday night after his vehicle crashed into a guardrail on Route 4. David Dutile, 19, was charged with failing to stop for an officer and speeding, police Chief Dennis Leahy said. Dutile’s 2003 Audi A6 was clocked at 75 mph i…

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