September 2016

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Thu
22
Sep

Meet Me At The Charlotte County Fall Fair

By Rob Patry

 

Wed
28
Sep

Maine and Native People: Understanding Our Relationship

Maine Wabanaki REACH will present a free Ally Workshop on Saturday, October 15 in Trescott from 9:30-4:00. This workshop has been well received across the state with over 300 Mainers participating. Maine and Wabanaki people are at an historical juncture in their long relationship.

Wed
28
Sep

DECH Births

To Susan and Brian Giles of Alexander, a girl, Madeline Elizabeth Giles born on September 19, 2016 weighing 6lbs., 15 oz, 19 1/2 inches long.

 

To Angie Cultrera and Matthew Lester of Gouldsboro, a boy, Byron James Lester born on September 21, 2016, weighing 6lbs., 3oz., 19 inches long.

Wed
28
Sep

Local Boys Selected for Elite Baseball Teams

Three boys from the Calais-area fall baseball program have been selected to play on AAU (Amateur Athletic Union) teams through Sluggers Training Facility in Brewer.  The boys will begin practicing with their respective teams next month and throughout the winter with tournament play during the spring and summer months.  Games will take place all over New England.  Congratulations to

Wed
28
Sep

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Hires New Refuge Manager

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that Keith Ramos has been hired as the Refuge Manager for the Northern Maine National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Mr.

Wed
28
Sep

Caught Being Good at CES

 

Wed
28
Sep

Troop J Report

09/19/16-09/25/16

Number of Calls for Service: 152 Number of Warrant Arrests: 1 Number of Accidents: 17 Number of OUI/OAS Arrests: 0 Number of Burglaries: 0.

Wed
28
Sep

Sea Lice Have Found a New Enemy in Cooke’s Aquaculture

By Rob Patry

Wed
28
Sep

Sunrise Eye Care Welcomes New Doctor

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Dr. Jennifer Kehrer is the new optometrist at Sunrise Eye Care in Calais. Dr. Kehrer is currently accepting new patients and spends time in both the Calais and Machias offices.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon).

Wed
28
Sep

Hands Across The Border

By Amy Jeanroy

 

Alberta Farthing Owens sits next to her plastic canvas 18 wheeler with her Hands Across the Border logo on the side. (Photo by Amy Jeanroy).

Wed
28
Sep

Perry Harvest Fair

It's that time of year again, and the Perry Harvest Festival committee have been putting their heads together, and coming up with some ideas for the 38th Annual Harvest Fair.

Wed
28
Sep

National Lobster Day is Here Again

 For generations, hardworking Maine people have hauled lobster from the waters off the coast of our state. And over the years, this proud industry and the men and women who work in it have become an enduring part of our culture and our economy.

Wed
28
Sep

St. Croix International Quilt Show

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Wed
28
Sep

Volunteers Make a Difference for Washington County Clients

By Johanna S. Billings

 

Wed
28
Sep

Calais City Council - September 22nd

By Michael R. Brown

Wed
28
Sep

A National Park Marathon

By Amy Jeanroy

 

"We are all so different in many ways, but really we are so much alike." Mikah  Meyer, travelling to every National Park and monument in the U.S. in answer to the question "What is the most striking thing you have noticed so far during your trip?"

 

Wed
28
Sep

Applefest Celebrates 19 Years

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Saturday was a beautiful day for the 19th Annual Applefest at St. Anne's Episcopal Church. Outside on the lawn was the Flea Market that had many wonderful items for sale from books, to, televisions, to furniture. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon).

Wed
28
Sep

Washington County Community Café and Meals on Wheels for October

Mon., Oct. 3, 2016; Creamy Chicken & Wild Rice Casserole, Carrots and Broccoli, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Tues., Oct. 4, 2016; Pulled Pork, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Corn, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Wed., Oct. 5, 2016; Garden Vegetable Cheese Ravioli, Broccoli, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Wed
28
Sep

Summer Reading Recommendation: Dies the Fire by S.M. Stirling

By Kaileigh Deacon

Working in a bookstore opened me up to a variety of writing genres including science fiction and fantasy. This however, was a recommendation from my Dad and I’m glad he told me about it.

Wed
28
Sep

Baring

Sally Doten

454-2625

It’s Sunday evening so it must be time to write the news.

Wed
28
Sep

Princeton

Sandra Smith

 

Tree House-Market Vendors Sharon Norman, Wayne Seidl and Joe Ruff

Wed
28
Sep

Calais American Legion

Michael McLean

 

214-4410

We cancelled our monthly meeting due to illnesses and unforeseen circumstances. 

I’m continuing to send out 2017 membership cards. 

Wed
28
Sep

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Wed
28
Sep

Calais

Sharon Frost

454-3339

Autumn began last Thursday the 22nd, kind of passed by me. Leaves are changing slowly, animals are gathering food for the winter ahead. Those squirrels and chipmunks have been storing all summer. Hope they don’t forget where it is. They put in a lot of hours.

Wed
28
Sep

Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

Wed
28
Sep

Out and About

By Dorothy Johnson

Wed
28
Sep

A Story and a Recipe

By Dorothy Johnson

 

Wed
28
Sep

Devotional

Brad Phillips

 

The words of Jesus recorded in Luke 6:46-49 contrast two types of people—the wise and the foolish.

Wed
28
Sep

Land Transfers by Deed September 2, 2016 through September 15, 2016

(Continued from last week).

Carroll W. Dinsmore, Jr. of Lubec to James B. Simmonds of Owls Head certain lots or parcels of land together with buildings thereon located in Town of Lubec (First lot on North Lubec Road; Lot Two Map 29 Lot 15 and Third Lot on easterly side of North Lubec Road)

Wed
28
Sep

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

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