Muskie Derby registrations are best in user after hearth destroyed device

FORT KENT, Maine — A February hearth that destroyed laptop device for the Citadel Kent World Muskie Derby has hindered on-line registration for the development.

A Primary Side road construction owned by way of Tracey Hartt, who oversees the Muskie Derby site, burned down on Feb. 28, destroying two Citadel Kent companies owned by way of Hartt and his spouse, Evelyn Hartt.

Knowledge had to care for on-line registration for the preferred annual fishing event was once collateral injury within the hearth. Other people can sign up for the derby, scheduled for Aug. 12-14 within the St. John Valley, best in user for now.