Muskie Derby registrations are only in person after fire destroyed software

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

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

Details essential to preserve on line registration for the well-known once-a-year fishing event was collateral harm in the fire. People can sign-up for the derby, scheduled for Aug. 12-14 in the St. John Valley, only in individual for now.