October 2017

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Sun
15
Oct

Volunteers Sought to Revitalize International Festival

By Lura Jackson

 

Sun
15
Oct

ATV Club Nears Goal of Statewide Trail Connection

By Lura Jackson

 

Sun
15
Oct

Baileyville’s Annual Octoberfest

Fri
20
Oct

Hard Cider Manufacturers Sought for Calais Area

 

Fri
20
Oct

Alexander School News

 

Cassie Oakes

 

 

Here is the news from the AES Friday the 13th announcements.

Flu shots will be on Friday, October 20th for those who have sent in the paperwork.

Fri
20
Oct

LAWRENCE (LARRY) BAILEY MARCH 19, 1943 - OCTOBER 15, 2017

 

 

Fri
20
Oct

STANLEY C. SHERRARD

Charlotte – Stanley Crompton Sherrard, 98, passed away Monday, October 16, 2017 at Calais Regional Hospital.  Stanley was born in Charlotte on December 8, 1918, son of Harry and Alfretta (Crompton) Sherrard.

Fri
20
Oct

UMM Holds Harvest of Ideas for Educators

On October 10th, the University of Maine in Machias hosted the 2017 Harvest of Ideas for more than 550 Washington County educators.

Fri
20
Oct

Court News

ADJ: Adjudicated

OFC: Offense committed

DFLT: defaulted 

judgement

GLTY: guilty

DISO: Dismissed 

for other reasons

Fri
20
Oct

Out and About

By Dorothy Johnson

 

Fri
20
Oct

Meddybemps News

Linda Baniszeski 

 

It looks as if fall is fully upon us with cooler temperatures, blowing leaves and whitecaps on the lake brought to us from Canada.  This is considered to be beautiful weather by many of us.  

Fri
20
Oct

Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

 

Fri
20
Oct

Calais News

Sharon Frost

454-3339

 

The trees are keeping colorful. Some are still mowing their lawns. There are lots of deer out and about.

The little ones are getting excited about Halloween. All the decorations and fancy costumes are in the stores.

Fri
20
Oct

Cooper News

Sun
15
Oct

Baileyville’s Annual Octoberfest Brings in Large Crowds

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

For the last several years the town of Baileyville has gathered together for a week in October to celebrate being friends and neighbors. Octoberfest brings families of the community together through events with which everyone can be involved.

Fri
27
Oct

Anti-Drug Red Ribbon Week Celebrated at Area Schools

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
27
Oct

Len Hanson – Gulf War

By Lura Jackson

Fri
27
Oct

CHS To Honor Veterans on November 3

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fri
27
Oct

School Committee Looks at Issues with New Grading System

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fri
27
Oct

Calais Downtown Scarecrow Competition is Super Popular This Year

This month-long celebration is being referred to by some fans as the “best ever”. You be the judge! Check out all the creative scarecrows being displayed on lamp posts throughout the month of October.

Fri
27
Oct

Lost Calais Sailors Honored at Cutler Lighthouse

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
27
Oct

Marden’s Partners with Project Linus

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

As the weather changes and the days and nights get colder, many people go home to bundle up in their warm blankets. For many though, a warm blanket is not something they have the option to come home to. This is where the nationwide group named Project Linus comes in. 

Fri
27
Oct

Down East Hospice Volunteers Hosts ‘Celebration of Remembrance’ Nov. 4

By Sarah Craighead 

Dedmon

 

Fri
27
Oct

Calais Tennis Courts Get Nice Upgrade

Fri
27
Oct

Calais Boys’ Tennis Earns 5th Place In Regionals

Fri
27
Oct

Shortened Open Enrollment for Health Insurance Begins Nov. 1st

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
27
Oct

From Baileyville Police Chief Bob Fitzsimmons: Warning

Very uncomfortable conversation alert. Parents, there has not been a year go by yet since I have been in Woodland that a sobbing young girl hasn't come to me to tell me that somebody she trusted has taken nude photos of her (or she has sent to a boy) and they are now on the internet. I have had very good luck having them removed from the web sites...so far.

Fri
27
Oct

Community Organizations Giving Away Winter Coats

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
27
Oct

Calais Considers Raising Taxes

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
27
Oct

Calais Proclaims Red Ribbon Week

City Manager Jim Porter read the following proclamation at Calais Elementary School on Friday, October 20th:

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