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July 28, 2016 • Category: Features

RANGELEY – One man is dead and two others have been injured in an early morning confrontation at a Main Street residence, according to a spokesperson for the Maine State Police.

Maine State Police detectives are questioning several people in relation to the incident, which occurred at a residence at 2564 Main Street at approximately 2 a.m. this morning, according to spokesperson Stephen McCausland. Following the confrontation, two injured men were taken to Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston, where one of them is undergoing emergency surgery. A third man, whose name has not been released yet, is dead.

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‘The Magnificent Rockies’ to be presented on Aug. 5 (0)

RANGELEY – Nature Photographer Gary Westerhoff will present an hour-long narrated slide show: The Magnificent Rockies: Captured Moments on the big movie screen at the Lakeside Theater on Main Street, at 7 p.m. on Friday, August 5. Westerhoff is a professional environmental engineer, a nature photographer and a long time summer visitor to the Rangeley […]

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Sandy River Realty adds new sales agent (3)

FARMINGTON – Coldwell Banker Sandy River Realty has announced that Susan Stinchfield has joined the sales team. Though newly licensed as a sales agent, Stinchfield has been employed with Coldwell Banker since 2012 as a bookkeeper and marketing specialist. Her experience as a member of the support staff has provided valuable knowledge of the real […]

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Wedding Announced: Sally Swallow and Zachary Maxwell (0)

POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – Sally Walcott Swallow of Farmington and Zachary Robert Maxwell of Manhattan, N.Y. were married in a friend’s apple orchard on June 25, 2016. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Peter and Lucia Swallow of Farmington and the groom is the son of Pamela Morgan and Mitchell Maxwell of […]

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Helen E. Mayo (1936-2016) (8)

NEW SHARON – Helen E. Mayo, 80, of New Sharon, died peacefully in her home, surrounded by her loving family on Monday, July 25, 2016. Helen was born on April 3, 1936, a daughter of Manly and Rosa Parsons. She grew up in the Montville area, where she graduated from high school. She later moved […]

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The Countryman: Here’s to Herb Caen (0)

Herb Caen (1916-1997) wrote a column in San Francisco for 59 years. Some columns were strings of snippets, none weighty enough to support an entire column. Caen called them “three-dot columns,” because he used ellipses to enter and leave each item. Here, in honor of Caen, is a three-dot column. Some items are attributed, others […]

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Wilton Fish & Game open house is Aug. 6 (0)

WILTON – The members of the Wilton Fish & Game Assoc. are inviting the public to visit the facility at 240 US Route 2 in Wilton on Saturday, August 6. The club members are busy with preparations for a very busy day during the Blueberry Festival. Members are asking festival visitors to stop by their […]

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Mt. Blue summer soccer comes back to beat Cony (0)

Tuesday night the Mt. Blue Boys High School Summer Soccer team came back from a 0-3 deficit against the Cony Rams to win 4-3. Scoring for Mt. Blue was Christopher Marshall with a hat trick, and Jack Cushman. Mt. Blue’s final summer game will be at Carrabec High School on Thursday, July 28 at 6 […]

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