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Deer: the Hatfields & McCoys!???

Harriet Powers lives in Coplin Plantation in the same home she grew up in. She & her husband Basil have been involved members of the western Maine mountains region that they call home for their whole lives & wouldn’t want to live anywhere else for the same reasons we all love this region for! Harriet shares […]

Capt. Kip's St. Patty's Day Surprise

Watch as Capt. Kip Files gets a warm welcome after his first tracks ski report this morning on the WSKI TV 17 Mtn Report.  Happy St Pattys’s day folks, be safe!  

Carrabassett Valley Town Meeting review

Selectman Jay Reynolds paid a visit to WSKI the morning after Town Meeting to let viewers know of the results. John Beaupre & Tom Butler were elected to the two selectmen’s positions on the ballot at the Town Office during the day, & all of the articles in the budget were passed during the hour […]

EVERYONE working together for the Best Results: What a Concept!

The High Peaks Alliance is a non-profit group in Franklin County who is making huge strides in trail conservation & development to be enjoyed by both non-motorized & motorized outdoors sports enthusiasts. As total believers in all things outdoors for all to enjoy with care along the way, we wanted our viewers to hear about […]

Check Out These Beautiful Handmade Wooden Skis at Lucid Skis

There’s no denying that modern skis are some pretty impressive technology. Carbon fibers, aluminum, I’m pretty sure mine have pure Kryptonite in them. People today tend to look at wooden skis as a relic, a fun museum piece, but nothing they could ever honestly ski on, and nothing that could match the performance of the […]

cvalleynetwork.org Life is good in Carrabassett, even for our senior residents!

Consistent with life in the western mountains of Maine, is the thread of giving that binds communities together. The Sugarloaf Area Christian Ministry has worked with the “Valley Seniors”, CV Library, & others to provide a connection to peers & volunteers via cvalleynetwork.org  In this interview with Gerry Baril, he shares information on services that include […]

Seth Wescott & Alex Tuttle: December update

Over the Holidays, local snowboardcross heroes, two time Gold medalist Seth Wescott & up & coming local Alex Tuttle share their thoughts on the season so far, their results, & what’s ahead, with our viewers. These guys are not only tops in the world when it comes to the hard-charging sport of Boardercross, but they […]

Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust

Brittney welcomed another Western Mountains of Maine favorite for the ‘Love the Outdoors Lifestyle’ Cause, Bill Pierce, Director of Development with the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust on our live show the Mountain Report. Bill always has great info on the fabulous goals & accomplishments of this group, currently celebrating 21 Years of Commitment to Conservation & […]

Carrabassett Valley Academy Head of School

Kate Webber Punderson was a Guest on our Mountain Report with all the news about developments at the school. As a lifelong resident of Carrabassett who has seen the Academy grow from a concept to the academic institution that prepares students for college & beyond, & athletes for competition taking them to Olympic levels, or for […]

Shelley & Lani Talk About The Wounded Warrior Project

Shelley & Lani from CVA stopped by the WSKI Studio to talk about their participation in the grueling World’s Toughest Mudder Competition. It’s a 24 hour obstacle course that supports the Wounded Warrior Project, an organization that provides support to wounded war veterans. It’s a great cause, and a crazy competition!