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Muskie Derby registrations are only in human being after hearth wrecked software package

FORT KENT, Maine — A February fire that wrecked personal computer software program for the Fort Kent International Muskie Derby has hindered on-line registration for the event.

A Most important Road building owned by Tracey Hartt, who oversees the Muskie Derby web site, burned down on Feb. 28, destroying two Fort Kent companies owned by Hartt and his spouse, Evelyn Hartt.

Info desired to maintain on the web registration for the popular yearly fishing tournament was collateral injury in the fire. Persons can sign-up for the derby, scheduled for Aug. 12-14 in the St. John Valley, only in human being for now.