May 2017

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Thu
25
May

New Remote Teller at Camden National Bank

By Amy Jeanroy

 

Thu
25
May

Sweeties Downeast Closes its Doors in Calais

 

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
25
May

The Closure of CRH Obstetrics Likely

By Amy Jeanroy

 

Thu
25
May

Letter to the Editor - Facebook Post

 

Thu
25
May

Community Members Divided Over Woodland School Proposal

By Jarod Farn-Guillette 

Thu
25
May

BLUE DEVIL BASEBALL

Hustling Blake Collins slides safely into second base.    (Photo by John Rogers).      

Thu
25
May

CRH Excellence Award Winner


Photo: Barbara McLean (l) was presented the 2017 Excellence Award by Theresa Brown (r), CRH VP Outpatient Operations. (Submitted photo).


Thu
25
May

Washington County Community Café and Meals on Wheels for June 2017

 

Thurs., June 1, 2017: Salisbury Steak with Onion Gravy, Spinach Mashed Potatoes, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Fri., June 2, 2017:  Shells and Cheese, Peas, California Veggie Blend, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Mon., June 5, 2017: Chicken Pot Pie, Broccoli Cuts, Wheat Bread, Dessert.

Thu
25
May

SummerKeys 2017

SummerKeys, A Music Vacation in Lubec, Maine will soon open its doors for the 26th season to musicians, artists and students from near and far. 

Thu
25
May

Woodland Junior Senior High Spring Concert and Art Show

Thu
25
May

Memories of Sam Saunders to be Featured at Historical Society Presentation

Photo The Calais police force of 1929 is shown here, with Chief Bobby Kerr in the center. Chief Kerr is among the characters that local historian Sammy Saunders has commented on. A recording of Saunders's memories will be featured at the June meeting of the St. Croix Historical Society.

By Lura Jackson

Thu
25
May

JMG Closing Ceremony Highlights Student Achievements

Photo: Chloe Schafer-Phelan and BJ Moholland present a $500 check to Gilda McPhee, a volunteer at the Irene Chadbourne Ecumenical Food Pantry. The food pantry was one of two programs that Calais JMG students chose to support. (Submitted photo).

By Lura Jackson

Thu
25
May

Massage Therapy Now Available at Peaceful Postures

Photo: Samantha Wardlow is now offering a variety of massage techniques to her clients at Peaceful Postures. Massage has been proven to be an effective method for releasing stress. 

By Lura Jackson

Thu
25
May

Food Pantry Bolstered by Postal Drive, Spaghetti Dinner

Photo: The annual letter carriers' food drive was a terrific success with 2,135 pounds of food raised by the local community. The Girl Scouts were instrumental in helping to pull off the event. (Facebook photo). 

 By Lura Jackson

Thu
25
May

PRATT Chevrolet Donates to Woodland Food Pantry

Pratt Chevrolet Buick GMC donates $2000 to the Woodland Food Pantry.  “We want to encourage everyone to donated to their community Food Pantries and help end hunger in our area.  Hundreds of families are served by our local food pantries feeding our neighbors in need” said Ian Pratt owner of Pratt Chevrolet Buick GMC. (Submitted photo).

Fri
19
May

Troop J Report

 

05-01-17 Trooper Owen Reed summonsed Joshua Jones (25) of Brooksville, for operating an unregistered motor vehicle over 150 days after a traffic stop in Deer Isle. Corporal Dan Ryan summonsed Joshua Hendrixson (28) of Deer Isle for OUI after he crashed his vehicle on the Deer Isle Bridge in Sedgwick. Trooper Travis Chapman assisted. 

Fri
05
May

Human Services and Education Job Fair to be Held at WCCC

 

 

Thu
04
May

CALAIS RECREATION TRAVEL TEAM ACTION PHOTOS

Pictured is the Calais Recreation 7-8 grade basketball traveling team. Members include front l-r: Ben Goode, Colby Carrier, Tyler Furtek, Ti Bennett, Bernie Yost, and Mitchell Gower. Back l-r: Coach Hornbrook, JD Turner, Mason Ritchie, Justin Harnois, Luke Furtek, Tony Dana, Petak Dana, Cameron Kelley, and Coach. (Photo by John Rogers)

Thu
04
May

Senior Companion Program Honors Volunteers

Thu
04
May

Book Review: “Into the Lion’s Den” by Linda Fairstein

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Thu
04
May

Land Transfers April 12, 2017 through April 27, 2017

 

Judith L. Ayers of Eastport to Kevin T. Murray and Kristine Murray of Perry land in Robbinston bounded easterly by the Sweeney Road, southerly by the Sweeney 13 lot and westerly by land now or formerly of Ernest Morrell (containing 42 acres more or less)

Thu
04
May

Civil War Veterans of Calais Highlighted

 

Photo Local veterans of the Civil War joined the Grand Army of the Republic upon returning home to Calais. They are seen here gathered at the bottom of Calais Avenue by the recently demolished Methodist Church.

 By Lura Jackson

Thu
04
May

Caregivers Conference Offers Resources, Advice for Caregivers and Elderly

 

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
04
May

Faustina: Messenger of Divine Mercy Performs in Calais on May 21

 

 

“Faustina, Messenger of Divine Mercy,” a live, theatrical, one-woman drama performed by actress Maria Vargo, will be presented in Calais on Sunday, May 21 at 6:30 p.m. at the Immaculate Concetion Church located at 31 Calais Avenue.

Thu
04
May

A Family of ME Relaunched to Help Foster Children


Thu
04
May

Turkey Season Started Monday Throughout The State

 Spring turkey season started Monday, May 1 throughout the state, and youth hunters have their own day this Saturday, April 29. IFW biologists believe that hunters are in for a successful season.

Thu
04
May

Woodland Rec. Dept. Calendar

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 3:

2:30 pm: ELEM. SOFTBALL; AGES 9 / 12; WES FIELD

5:00 pm: RIPKEN BB, AGES 9 / 12; GLIDDEN F. 

6:30 pm: EXERCISE / AEROBICS, WES GYM

THURSDAY, MAY 4:

2:30 pm: T-BALL, AGES 5 / 6; WES FIELD 

Thu
04
May

WOODLAND TRAVEL TEAM ACTION SHOTS

Pictured is the Woodland basketball traveling team. Members include front l-r: Koby Overlock, Gauge Howard, Ryley Cilley, and Wyatt MacArthur. Back l-r: Nicole Bailey, Dylan Damon, Kaiden Spinney, Matt Minoty, and Jaidyn Williams. (Photo by John Rogers).


Thu
04
May

Town News for Calais, Baring, Meddybemps, Cooper, Alexander School, Princeton, Grand Lake Stream, Alexander/Crawford

Robbinston 

 

Kathy Mekelburg

454-0654

Thu
04
May

The Pembroke Historical Society Presents “Hessians & Loyalists”


British Control of Castine, Maine, in the American Revolution

 

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