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By Kaileigh Deacon   Every day at school, second grader Casey Phelps greets his fellow students and his teachers with a smile and a hello. Casey is a fun, boisterous kid who does something every day to make his school a kinder and better place. First thing in the morning, without being asked... + continue reading
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The Calais Fire-EMS Service has received a Gold HeartSafe designation for its work in improving cardiovascular health and safety access. The Maine HeartSafe Community program is a cooperative initiative of the Maine Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Office and the Maine Cardiovascular Health Council... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   For its role in saving lives and in promoting economic interest in Eastern Washington County, Princeton Regional Airport has become an invaluable service to the extended community. The airport, which was originally constructed as part of the war effort of World War II, is... + continue reading
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By Sandra Smith   This past Tuesday, June 5, there was great news for Princeton: Greenland Point will continue to operate as a camp for children. The facility with twelve log cabins and a lodge on a sixty-three acre peninsula on Long Lake will become part of the Maine 4-H Program. Susan... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   What if you had a vehicle that offered virtually infinite gas mileage and no pollution? Three students – Kale Sapiel, Dylan Korasadowicz and Shane DelMonaco – of St. Croix Regional Technical Center have come a step closer to realizing that dream as part of their work in Jon... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon   On Thursday, May 10th, the Calais City Council filled the position of full time chief for the Calais Fire/EMS. The position, which was previously vacated by Robert Posick, was filled in the interim by Ken Clark. At Thursday’s meeting, the council appointed Clark as the permanent Fire/EMS Chief for the City of Calais.... + continue reading
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 The All-Maine Academic Team is composed of the high achieving students in the Maine Community College System, with selections picked from each school. Unlike in previous years when only two students from each school were named, the team has been expanded this year to include students that are in both the “transfer” pathway – meaning they are... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Two groups of Cub Scouts from Pack 132 of the St. Croix Valley have been formally recognized for their efforts in cleaning up downtown Calais following the long winter. The Boy Scouts have been named as the recipients of the Calais Downtown Revitalization Coalition’s Golden Broom award, presented annually to organizations... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   On Wednesday night April 25, the Alexander Grange held a ceremony to honor hometown heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for their home and their country. The five soldiers they honored all had connections to this part of Washington County.  The Grange will be displaying the stones of these five soldiers who... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   For its role in saving lives and in promoting economic interest in Eastern Washington County, Princeton Regional Airport has become an invaluable service to the extended... + continue reading

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Riverside Rebekah Lodge #140 recently hosted the Northern Regional Meeting.  The Northern region consists of lodges in Baileyville, Fort Fairfield and Caribou.  About 35 members,... + continue reading

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The Calais Fire-EMS Service has received a Gold HeartSafe designation for its work in improving cardiovascular health and safety access. The Maine HeartSafe Community program is a cooperative... + continue reading

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  Calais Celtic Concerts will present Ireland's hot young Trad/Pop/Folk band Ruaile Buaile, (pronounced: Roo-lee ah, Boo lee ah) in concert at The Calais High School, Saturday night of The... + continue reading

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