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Apple Tree Blossoms- Taken in Machias, ME. (Photo by Margaret Slack). Margaret won this week’s photo contest. This week’s theme remains with Signs of Spring. + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith WCCC students Mike Lursen and Patrick Hatch work on the ceilings at St. Croix No. 1 Fire House.  (Photo provided by Richard Ramsey) The St. Croix No. 1 Fire House on Church Street continues moving forward with restoration.  Thanks to Washington County Community College,... + continue reading
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Calais Boys Win the Tourney 56-49 over Machias Pictured is the Calais 7-8-grade travel team, this past weekend champions of the Robbinston Classic at the CHS gymnasium. Members include front l-r: Arthur Nicholas, Jacob Hornbrook, Sam Cundiff, Donald Soctomah, and Trey Neptune. Back l-r: Coach... + continue reading
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By Dorothy Johnson Right, third graders, Candace S. (middle) and Dillon E. hold their chicks while another classmate (unidentified) looks on. The students were surprised to have a black and yellow chick in the same hatch. They are eager to do another hatch after vacation. (Photo by Dorothy Johnson... + continue reading
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By Susan Gardner   First Light Farm Equine Shelter Volunteer helping one of the rescue horses. (Photo by Susan Gardner). The equine community gathered this Sunday in Perry to attend the highly anticipated First Light Farm Equine Shelter Event "Say Good Bye to Winter" Tack & Farm Swap... + continue reading

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Apple Tree Blossoms- Taken in Machias, ME. (Photo by Margaret Slack). Margaret won this week’s photo contest. This week’s theme remains with Signs of Spring. + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith WCCC students Mike Lursen and Patrick Hatch work on the ceilings at St. Croix No. 1 Fire House.  (Photo provided by Richard Ramsey) The St. Croix No. 1 Fire House on Church Street continues moving forward with restoration.  Thanks to Washington County Community College, the extensive upstairs ceilings project has begun.... + 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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Picked up 1,008 flags for the Calais Cemetery. We will be having a brief flag raising ceremony at the Calais Veterans Cemetery on the 24th of May at 09:00, followed by placing flags on our Veterans... + continue reading

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Apple Tree Blossoms- Taken in Machias, ME. (Photo by Margaret Slack). Margaret won this week’s photo contest. This week’s theme remains with Signs of Spring. + 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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Calais Boys Win the Tourney 56-49 over Machias Pictured is the Calais 7-8-grade travel team, this past weekend champions of the Robbinston Classic at the CHS gymnasium. Members include front l-r:... + continue reading
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Apple Tree Blossoms- Taken in Machias, ME. (Photo by Margaret Slack). Margaret won this week’s photo contest. This week’s theme remains with Signs of Spring.

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