'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the Valley... - Free Access

'Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the valley, the locals were sleeping after a last minute rally.Stockings were draped on ski boots with care, In hopes that St. More...

Take a Local to Lunch...

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Sugarloaf Schuss

Sugarloaf Schuss  –  More...

Narrow Gauge Trail

The Narrow Gauge More...

Sinking of the “Growler”

Sinking of the “Growler”  More...

Carrabassett Valley's first vote

Carrabassett Valley New Town More...

A little Irregular history

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Jeepers creepers, it's Uncle Al - Free Access

(Editor's note: Uncle Al Scheeren passed away Veteran's Day, November 11, 2014. He was a fixture behind the bar at the The Bag and Kettle on Sugarloaf for many years and a very talented musician beloved by so many. We will surely miss his presence in this world, but are confident he is enjoying that big jam session in the sky. In memory of Al, we have posted this article from a 1985 Irregular recounting his early years and how he got here from there. This interview and its photos appeared in the Jan. 8, 1985, Vol. 18, No. 15 issue of the Original Irregular and is reprinted here in its entirety. ©The Original Irregular.)

Were it not for the massive amounts of whimsy floating around in his eyes, Alexander Scheeren would look for all the world like a Russian Cossack. More...

Sugarloaf yesterday

Sugarloaf yesterday - Bigelow Station  More...

Rain & Snowfall totals 1984-2008

Into every life a little rain must fall, And hopefully a lot of snow… More...

Sugarloaf’s History: The Railroad

Sugarloaf’s History: The Railroad More...

The Irregular lives up to its name

The Irregular lives up to its name More...

Down By The Old Mill Stream

Down By The Old Mill Stream More...

Carrabassett In Brief

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The Sugarloaf Story

The Sugarloaf Story Editor’s note: The following article was first printed in the April 1972 volume 4, number 15 issue of the Sugarloaf Irregular and is reprinted here in its entirety. More...