August 2017

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Fri
11
Aug

Calais Recreation News

 

 

The Calais Recreation Department will be offering a new 7v7 Coed Youth Soccer League starting in the fall. This is for kids in grades 5-8. Registration forms will be available at the City Building. 

Fri
11
Aug

HERRING COVE EDMOND BRETON SENIOR TOURNAMENT

Top scorers in the annual Edmond Breton Memorial Senior Invitational at Herring Cove Golf Course on Wednesday at Campobello were Champion Kevin Farmer with a strong 75 and Ralph Backman at 77. The net champion for the event was Mark Altvater, shooting a fine 80/68. Other scores were as follows:

 

GROSSNET

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11
Aug

CT Downeast Basketball Clinic

 

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11
Aug

Tennis Tourney to Help Fix Courts

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

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11
Aug

PETER DARYL GARDNER

 

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11
Aug

MURDOCH (MERT) BROWN

Mert Brown, 82, Passed away Monday, July 31, 2017 at Calais Regional hospital, with family and friends by his side.

Mert was born January 2, 1935 in Westville, Nova Scotia to the late Jahn and Margaret (Stewart) Brown.

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11
Aug

SETH A. WESTON

Seth A. Weston, 87, passed away on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 surrounded by his family.

Fri
11
Aug

St. Croix Island Historic Site Hosts Festival Activities

By Natalie Scott

 

The St. Croix Island International Historic Site will be putting together a few activities during the International Homecoming Festival this year. 

Fri
11
Aug

Pets Corner

This week I want to talk about inflammation in your pet’s body and the foods and additives that both cause and aggravate it. The two biggest causes of joint pain and inflammation in dogs and cats are: 1) grains (especially flour) and 2) artificial coloring. 

 

Fri
11
Aug

Street Fair Offers Something for Everyone

By Natalie Scott

 

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11
Aug

Calais Graduate Receives Major NATO Award

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11
Aug

Building Committee Tours WES

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

On Monday, July 31st, the Baileyville School Building Committee met at Woodland Elementary School. The committee met to discuss what repairs were needed at the Elementary School as well as to tour the building to see for themselves. 

Fri
11
Aug

Indian Days at Pleasant Point Open Window into Tribe’s Traditions

By Lura Jackson

 

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11
Aug

New Businesses and New Offerings in the Calais Area

By Lura Jackson

 

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11
Aug

International Festival Kings and Queens Crowned

By Lura Jackson

 

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11
Aug

Alexander Grange Hall Hosts Arts and Craft Show

By Natalie Scott

 

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11
Aug

City Council Approves $1.1 Million Sewer Project

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

On Thursday August 3, the Calais City Council held a special meeting to address issues prior to their next regular meeting. All members of the council were present and the meeting was called to order. 

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Music on the Green

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11
Aug

MARY “NORMA” ALLEN

 

Baileyville and Princeton – Mary “Norma” Allen, 88, passed away peacefully on August 2, 2017 to be with the Lord and the love of her life, her husband Howard D. Allen.  Norma was born in Calais on June 26, 1929, daughter of the late Edward and Dorothy (Freeman) Mahar. 

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11
Aug

KASSADI GIDNEY

Calais – Kassadi Christen Louise Gidney, 20, passed away unexpectedly Saturday, August 5, 2017 as a result of an automobile accident. Kassadi was born in Calais on April 16, 1997, daughter of Jeffrey and Heather (Waycott) Gidney.

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11
Aug

Wildlife Photo Submissions

 

(Photos by Catherine Howland)



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11
Aug

Have you Seen Browntail Moths?

 

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11
Aug

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski 

 

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11
Aug

Calais Regional Births

 

 

On July 1, 2017 to Elizabeth Ashley and Matt LaCasse of Eastport, a girl, Emma Rae LaCasse.

On July 4, 2017 to Cody Shirley and Joshua Phelps of Princeton, a boy, Caden Richard Phelps.

On July 7, 2017 to Emily and Jordan Codrey of Robbinston, a girl, Peyton Olivia Codrey.

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11
Aug

Princeton

 

Sandra Smith

 

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11
Aug

EPA Changes Approach to Meddybemps Superfund Site

The Eastern Surplus Superfund Site in Meddybemps – designated as a national priority for the EPA based on its level of toxicity – will be handled with a new approach going forward, the EPA has announced. The major change is a shift from using chemical reagents to enhanced bioremediation to treat the site.

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11
Aug

Land Transfers by Deed July 5, 2017 through July 20, 2017

Jules E. Bernard III of Bethesda, Maryland to Typhoon, LLC of Lyme, New Hampshire land situated in Big Lake Township (that certain lot or parcel of land in Plantation 21 containing 50 acres more or less and being the same premises given formerly to Orlando C. Perkins by Henry Clark)

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11
Aug

Baileyville Receives $500,000 Infrastructure Grant

 

The town of Baileyville is among several recipients across Maine of an infrastructure grant from the Northern Border Regional Commission [NBRC]. Baileyville will be receiving $500,000 to fund Phase II of the Town’s ongoing infrastructure improvements project and will replace 3,500 linear feet of leaking sewer system piping along Broadway.

Thu
03
Aug

Uncertainty Surrounds International Parade

By Lura Jackson

 

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