June 2017

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Thu
29
Jun

Eastport Breakwater - Nearly Complete!

(Photo by Jimmy Lowe).

Thu
29
Jun

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

Calais

Sharon Frost

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July 1st Canada Day - The fragrant Alexander MacKenzie shrub rose, which offers raspberry red flowers was named for a famous Canadian Explorer  and bred to survive harsh Canadian winters.

Thu
29
Jun

Hometown News

U.S. Air Force Airman Glenda M. Francis graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.

Thu
29
Jun

Land Transfers by Deed June 9, 2017 through June 22, 2017

Woodland Ridge Lake Land Company of Ocala, Florida to Dawn M. Young of Weston, Trudy Johnson of Danforth and April King of Weston land in Danforth (Lot 22 as shown on a plan of land entitled “The 2007 Addition to Woodland Ridge Lake Estates”

Thu
29
Jun

Husson University Announces Spring 2017 President's List

 

Husson University is pleased to share their Spring 2017 President's List. Students who earn President's List honors must carry at least 12 graded credit hours during the semester and earn a grade point average of between 3.80 to 4.0 during the period.

Thu
29
Jun

UMPI Dean's List for Spring 2017

 

Two hundred and ninety-one students at the University of Maine at Presque Isle have been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester, according to Dr. Ray Rice, UMPI President and Provost.

Named to the honors list were Elisha Lori Farley, Brookton, Allison Elizabeth McEwen, Danforth, and Brooke Melissa Smith, Calais. 

Wed
21
Jun

PES Holds Annual Penny Carnival

Photo: Students who made the honor roll at Princeton Elementary School got the chance to slime their principal on the last day of school. The students met Principal Williams' goal of 36 students making the honor roll and got to slime her. 

By Kaileigh Deacon

Sat
17
Jun

Calais High School Honor Parts

Thu
08
Jun

ACTION SHOTS OF SHEAD TIGERETTES SOFTBALL

Nice tag by Halle Sullivan at second base. (Photo by John Rogers).

Thu
08
Jun

Happenings at Greenland Point Center

Wow, what a week! The grounds have been a hub bub of activity over the past week. We are grateful for the assistance from the folks at Down East Correctional Facility for their help in installing our dock system.  And with the docks in place, that can only mean one thing. WATER ACTIVITIES!

Thu
08
Jun

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

Calais

Sharon Frost

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Celebrate Best Friends Day on the 8th with the girls on the patio.

Thu
01
Jun

Calais Memorial Day Parade 2017

Thu
01
Jun

Council, Union Respond to Hospital’s OB Closure

By Lura Jackson

Thu
01
Jun

Local DJ Finds Success Sharing Love of Music

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
01
Jun

To The Editor

 

What has happened to our “Down Home Paper,” The Calais Advertiser?

I was brought up with this down home paper. In school, we were given assignments to read this paper for the class that included current events. This was way back in the 1940s at the old St. Croix High School.

Thu
01
Jun

Machiasport Jail in Limbo Pending Budget Finalization

By Lura Jackson

 

Thu
01
Jun

CHS Honors Top Seniors

Photo Pictured are the top seven students in the class of 2017 from Calais High School with the teachers who got up to speak about them at last Wednesday's ceremony. (from left to right) Kaitlyn Cavanaugh with teacher Mr. Smith, Kianna Pike with Mrs. Sullivan, Daniel Fransiscus with Ms. Jones,  Kasidee Ramsey with Mrs. Cline, Kobe Gillespie who was also spoke for by Mr.

Thu
01
Jun

The First Donates to Tennis Court Project

The First National Bank donated $2,500.00 for the Calais tennis court project.  Thank you for the donation.  We are moving forward raising the funds to complete this project. (Submitted photo).

Thu
01
Jun

Atlantic Salmon Restoration Efforts

 

 

Date: Thursday, June 22nd 

Time: 6:00 pm -7:30 pm

Location: Grand Lake Stream School, Grand Lake Stream

Thu
08
Jun

Back at Out and About

By Dorothy Johnson

 

Thu
08
Jun

Dennysville

I have to apologize to you for a date/time error that got a number of people upset, I heard for my husband.  He’d not been sure that it was I who did it, but I’d put in the time and date wrong for Sammy Seavey’s funeral.  I’d said it was to be on Sunday, May 28th at 2 p.m.  That is the date/time for the funeral of another friend of ours, and my brain just plain  fli

Thu
08
Jun

Notes From St. Croix Golf

Photo: John Marchese proudly holds the Washington County Championship trophy after winning the annual event for the fifth time in twelve years. (Photo by John Rogers).

Thu
08
Jun

Beckett Center News

 

Monday, May 15th, some had Equestrian practice in the morning and some went to WCCC for summer game practice in the afternoon. Others stayed back and listened to music and played cards or went for a walk.

Tuesday, May 16th some went swimming in Canada and others did crafts.

Thu
08
Jun

Final Area Softball-Baseball Northern Maine Standings

 

CLASS C  

SOFTBALLBASEBALL

PlaceW-LPrelims Games        Place  W-L   Prelims Games

Narraguagus412-2ByeCalais115-11@ Bucksport 

Calais106-8@ PCHSWA87-9vs. Fort Kent

WA97-7@ Fort KentNarraguagus136-10No Playoffs

Thu
08
Jun

Area HS Baseball Action

 

The Shead Tigers collected a 17-3 victory over the Calais Blue Devils. Ethan Lank paced the victory earning 3-singles and a double. Noah Curtis also added 3-singles in the victory. Kobe Gillespie led the hosts as he connected for 3-singles.

Thu
08
Jun

WCCC Holds Mixed Media Art Show

 

The artwork of the students of the mixed media art class held over the spring semester was displayed during an exhibit held in Washington County Community College’s library. Dozens of pieces of art were on display for the exhibit, including pieces done in stone, pastel, paint, metal, and cloth.

Thu
08
Jun

MARGARET TINKER

Wednesday, May 31, 2017, our loving mother, Margaret Tinker, 102, passed away peacefully in her sleep at the Seaport Health Care in Ellsworth. 

She was born in Quincy, Massachusetts in 1914 to Louis and Nusra Haddad.

Thu
08
Jun

KIMBERLY SUE WILSON (CLARK)

 

Thu
08
Jun

ARLENE REYNOLDS BORM 1934-2017

 

Thu
08
Jun

Being Tick Smart

By Laurie Pike

 

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