Muskie Derby registrations are only in person after fire destroyed software

FORT KENT, Maine — A February fire that destroyed computer system software for the Fort Kent International Muskie Derby has hindered on line registration for the celebration.

A Key Street creating owned by Tracey Hartt, who oversees the Muskie Derby internet site, burned down on Feb. 28, destroying two Fort Kent organizations owned by Hartt and his spouse, Evelyn Hartt.

Facts desired to keep on the web registration for the well known once-a-year fishing tournament was collateral problems in the hearth. Individuals can register for the derby, scheduled for Aug. 12-14 in the St. John Valley, only in man or woman for now.