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By Lura Jackson Artie Mingo holds up two Wreaths for Hope in front of his family's wreath-making facility in Calais. Each sale of a Wreath for Hope contributes funds to an account dedicated to transportation assistance for cancer patients in Washington County. (Photo by Lura Jackson). Residents... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith Fairpoint Communications employees went on strike last Friday after months of failed contract negotiations between the company and union leaders.  Four workers make up those who report in Calais and who continue to picket at their Church Street location. (By Jayna Smith).... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon Mrs. Ellis' AP English Class. Back (l-r) Brooke Smith, Felicia Moholland, Jackson Greenlaw, and Perry Amos. Front (l-r) Mayez Travis, Jake Skriletz, and Dominic Gayton. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon). The Calais High School English class will be hosting their annual Veterans’ Day... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Bill Gibson stands behind the Baptist Church Bell, constructed in 1883 by the Clinton H. Meneely Bell Company of Troy, NY. The 1900-pound bell hasn't rung since fire destroyed the Baptist Church in 2001, though a group of community members is now working to restore it. (Photo by... + continue reading
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Bonnie Brown Hunter shows her recently completed Double Wedding Ring quilt top, one of the many quilts she will discuss at her upcoming Trunk Show. (Photo submitted by Lynda Duplissa). Quilt maker Bonnie Brown Hunter of Pembroke will be at the Calais Methodist Homes Recreation Hall at 10 Palmer... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson Artie Mingo holds up two Wreaths for Hope in front of his family's wreath-making facility in Calais. Each sale of a Wreath for Hope contributes funds to an account dedicated to transportation assistance for cancer patients in Washington County. (Photo by Lura Jackson). Residents of Washington County face the highest incidence... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith Fairpoint Communications employees went on strike last Friday after months of failed contract negotiations between the company and union leaders.  Four workers make up those who report in Calais and who continue to picket at their Church Street location. (By Jayna Smith). Union leaders from International Brotherhood of... + continue reading

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On May 28 there was a free concert for senior citizens and their guests at the Second Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m. The First Annual Tri-M Student concert featuring Tri-M Members, CHS Chorus, Jazz... + continue reading

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Linda Baniszeski Don’t forget the Halloween Party at Meddybemps Community Center, Friday, October 31 from 5 to 7 p.m.  Please leave candy donations at the Community Center Thursday or early... + continue reading

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Area students enrolled at Colby College in Waterville, Maine, this fall. Before classes began, each student took part in an orientation that included an introduction to Colby's rigorous academics,... + continue reading

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The Calais Middle/High School Spring Concert is always a slightly bittersweet event.  The performance showcases the greatest ability of our musicians, but this is also the last Calais concert... + continue reading

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FALL PROGRAMS: The following is a list of programs that will be offered in the fall. Date, Time, and place are to be determined:  1) Elem. / Jr. High Cross Country (Gr. 3 / 8): Awards and Pizza... + continue reading
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Don’t forget the Halloween Party at Meddybemps Community Center, Friday, October 31 from 5 to 7 p.m.  Please leave candy donations at the Community Center Thursday or early Friday.  

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