“Serving the Western Mountains of Maine…Where the Kids Grow Straight and Tall and the Women are All Good Looking.”
The Original Irregular was a local newspaper that covers the Northern Franklin County region with a circulation of 3,000, close to one-third of subscribers folks “from away” who own hunting, fishing or skiing camps, or who just have a special place in their hearts for the area. We’ve even had some people buy a subscription because they liked the name of the paper!
Where did the name “The Irregular” come from? … Back in 1968 “or thereabouts,” when the mountains were still tall, but the paper small, The Irregular came out “irregularly,” or when the publisher and editor had collected enough ads (or meals and libations in trade) to cover production costs.
Same local news, now exclusively at www.theirregular.com