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By Gwen Clark   Just last week Calais Regional Hospital  announced by press release that “just two months into the current fiscal year, Calais Regional Hospital is dealing with a deficit of over $500,000.”  Previous to that announcement on March 6, 2014 a new instruction on... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Residents and visitors to Calais now have the option of viewing digitally projected movies on the big screen, thanks to a recent renovation to the State Cinemas movie theater on Main Street. In addition to the new projectors (which will enable a much crisper image than the... + continue reading
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By Susan Gardner Hospice Volunteer Arlene Wren working with her long time patient, Calla Greenlaw. (Photo by Susan Gardner). Barb Barnett, Director of volunteer services for Down East Hospice Volunteers of Washington County (DEHV), is very interested in bringing new hospice volunteers on board.... + continue reading
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By Dorothy Johnson   On Monday, April 7, the staff, faculty and administration of Woodland Jr./Sr. High School held a celebration to honor former Dragon Lori Croman.  Mrs. Croman has worked in the Woodland School system for more than twenty years as an education technician at both the... + continue reading
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By Dan Northcutt   Calais School District Superintendent Keith Laser Ph.D., has tendered his resignation effective near the end of the month. He will be accepting a position as superintendent at R.S.U. No. 67 in Lincoln, ME. Upon query, Dr. laser said the decision was made owing to its being... + continue reading

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By Gwen Clark   Just last week Calais Regional Hospital  announced by press release that “just two months into the current fiscal year, Calais Regional Hospital is dealing with a deficit of over $500,000.”  Previous to that announcement on March 6, 2014 a new instruction on admission and inpatient care was given to the nursing... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Residents and visitors to Calais now have the option of viewing digitally projected movies on the big screen, thanks to a recent renovation to the State Cinemas movie theater on Main Street. In addition to the new projectors (which will enable a much crisper image than the previously used 35 mm projectors), new screens... + continue reading

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Kathy Mekelburg 454-0654 March is over at last. It was the coldest and wettest March in 75 years. There was 7.4 inches of precipitation. Sincere sympathy to George Small and his family on the... + continue reading

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Dave McCullough Days above freezing and below freezing nights make the sap run.  Maple Sunday is past and it was good to hear that many of the maple syrup boilers are catching up on the flow of... + continue reading

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By Gwen Clark   Just last week Calais Regional Hospital  announced by press release that “just two months into the current fiscal year, Calais Regional Hospital is dealing with a deficit... + 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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 RIPKEN (Babe Ruth) BASEBALL / SOFTBALL FARM TEAM & T-BALL Registration forms for all interested players ages 6 / 12, is currently underway. Forms can be picked up at the Elementary schools... + continue reading
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