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Bangor hunter bags 261-pound monster buck — 313 pounds ‘on the hoof’

Dan Sanborn, the owner of Old Town Archery & Survival, stands in the newly renovated shop with his dog, Leo, on Nov. 29, a few days before the shop's re-opening celebration. Sanborn purchased the shop Oct. 1 and has since remodeled the shop, adding survival and camping gear to the facility's retail space. The shop's old sign is displayed behind him, by one of the shop's indoor shoot ranges.
Outdoors

Old Town archery shop re-opens with new name, owner and vision

The shop’s new name, “Old Town Archery & Survival,” is the work of its new owner, Dan Sanborn, a lifelong bowhunter who is keeping the traditions of the shop alive while giving the space a fresh look and expanding its inventory to include outdoor survival gear.
OUT THERE

Here are the BDN’s Biggest Bucks for 2016

ACT OUT WITH AISLINN

Graffiti on new Bangor City Forest signs is the last straw, enough is enough

GEORGE'S OUTDOOR NEWS

The Adaptive Outdoor Education Center is an awesome and inspiring place for disabled Mainers

OUT THERE

Another year, plenty of deer … but not for me

OUT THERE

Allagash adventure: A 267-pound buck, and a five-hour drag

Hampden Academy beekeepers show off some of this year's honey crop.
THE BEE WHISPERER

New beekeepers hold the key to the future of honeybees

Numbers of honeybee colonies have declined and they are harder to keep alive than they used to be.
OUT THERE

Haul your 15-pointer in the trunk of a Camry? (It can be done)

ACT OUT WITH AISLINN

1-minute hike: Vaughan Woods in Hallowell

SUMMER IN MAINE: KIDS, CAMPS, COMMUNITY

The Junior Maine Guide Program: Outdoor Living Skills and Much More