Sign marks another milestone in Flyrod Crosby Trail

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer PHILLIPS — The new Flyrod Crosby Trail sign off Route 4 marks another milestone in the quest to complete phase one, the 15-mile section from Phillips to the Appalachian Trail this fall. Once complete, the trail will stretch from Strong to Rangeley Lake. read more

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Sign marks another milestone in Flyrod Crosby Trail

Talent galore at Saddleback’s second Bluegrass Festival

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — Saddleback’s Bluegrass Festival will be back next year, Aug. 10 and 11, with a lineup that will be a smash anywhere even Nashville, according to Mark Robie, Bluegrass festival manager. read more

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Talent galore at Saddleback’s second Bluegrass Festival

Museum showcases fishing, sporting heritage

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer OQUOSSOC — There’s no doubt that Rangeley Lakes and fishing are invariably intertwined sharing a history that goes back 13,000 years when the Palaeo Indians came to the Rangeley Lakes Region in pursuit of caribou and brook trout. read more

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Divas perform at Saddleback

By BJ Bangs Irregular Staff Writer RANGELEY — Who knew there was so much talent in Rangeley? How much talent was showcased at the Annual Rangeley Friends of the Arts Production, “Award Winning Divas.” read more

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