October 2017

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Fri
06
Oct

Editors Desk - 181 Years of Coverage in the St. Croix Valley

While rummaging through the records of the St. Croix Historical Society, I came across a calendar featuring hand-drawn images of Calais businesses in 1981. Included with each business was a slogan or interesting fact.

Fri
06
Oct

City Moves Ahead with Tennis Court Replacement

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
06
Oct

Calais Police September 2017 Report

September 5, 2017: a male juvenile, age 15, of Calais, Maine was charged with Assault.

September 10, 2017: Cassandra Richer, age 21, of Morrisburg, Ontario was charged with Possession of a Scheduled Drug.

September 12, 2017: Melvia Greenier, age 35, of Calais, Maine was charged with Passing a Stopped School Bus.

Fri
06
Oct

Aoife Scott Band

Fri
06
Oct

October Community Events Celebrate the Season

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
06
Oct

Woodland Lady Dragons JV Volleyball Photos

 

Please see the photo spread on page 12&13 on the newsstand or view the Digital Version here

Fri
06
Oct

Calais Lady Blue Devils JV Volleyball Photos

 

Please see the photo spread on page 12&13 on the newsstand or view the Digital Version here

Fri
06
Oct

DAC Golf Championship at SCCC

 

Tiger Gavin Bowen makes the iron shot to the third green. (Photo by John Rogers)

Fri
06
Oct

Jonesport-Beals Wins DAC Golf Championship

Judson Carver Medalist from J-B at 86

Fri
06
Oct

Woodland Recreation Dept. Calendar

Wed.  Oct.  4:

4:00 p.m.: Elementary / Jr. High Cross Country (Gr. 3 / 8) at Woodland (Main St. Park)

5:30 p.m.: Octoberfest Family Kickball Game, Glidden Field

Thurs.  Oct.  5:

4:00 p.m.: Jr. Soccer (Gr. 2 / 3); WES Field

Fri
06
Oct

Shirttail Parade

Fri
06
Oct

St. Croix Valley Pageant

Fri
06
Oct

Letter to the Editor - Sending thanks to a good Samaritan

An employee of Walmart in Calais stepped out of her way to assist me in a very bad situation on Sunday, Aug. 20.  I cannot guess what her help prevented from happening.

Fri
06
Oct

Letter to the Editor - AppleFest was a Huge Success!

 

Fri
06
Oct

We Are The Church

By Sally Doten, September 25, 2001

 

Fri
06
Oct

Scarecrows!

Fri
06
Oct

Architectural Tour of St. Anne’s Held at AppleFest

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
06
Oct

Commander Mike McLean – Cold War

By Lura Jackson

Fri
06
Oct

Baileyville Council Approves General Assistance Ordinance

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fri
06
Oct

Erika Pratt Joins CHS as Science Teacher

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

There are a lot of new faces in the halls of Calais High School this year – not only the incoming freshmen, but some of the staff has changed as well, including the new science teacher, Erika Pratt. 

Fri
06
Oct

Maine Books for Maine Kids Holds 5th Year Celebration

By Natalie Scott

 

Fri
06
Oct

Area Boys Soccer

Class C StandingsWLTIndex

11.  Narraguagus3519.0

13.  Calais15211.1

Class D Standings

4. Woodland71148.3

5. J-B81146.5

11. Shead43118.8

 

Calais 2 / Lee 2 in double overtime

Fri
06
Oct

HS Volleyball Action

 

Class C StandingsWLIndex

1.  Woodland8157.3

2.  WA5357.0

3.  Calais7351.4

4.  Narraguagus7430.9

6.  J-B6411.0

At WA

Calais def. WA 25-11, 25-27, 23-25, 25-21, 15-12

Fri
06
Oct

Maine Youth Field Day

We had a really swell turnout at the Maine Youth Field Day held by the Princeton Rod and Gun Club on September 16th.

Fri
06
Oct

Baring News

Sally Doten

454-2625

 

I’m back! Just in case you haven’t noticed it’s no longer unseasonably warm outside. When Jim went outside this morning (Sunday) it was a high of 29 degrees with frost on the windshields of the cars. Quite a difference from last week.

Fri
06
Oct

Robbinston News

Kathy Mekelburg

454-0654

 

Fri
06
Oct

Land Transfers by Deed September 1, 2017-September 14, 2017

Susan Wright of Machias to Myles L. Curtis of Bronx, New York and Rheanin Scarborough of Boothbay and Brent G. Phillips of Boothbay a certain lot or parcel of land, together with any buildings thereon, situated in the Rim section of East Machias beginning on the south side of U. S.

Fri
06
Oct

Cooper News

Fri
06
Oct

St. Stephen Entrepreneurs Join the Growing Startup Canada Community

Starting a business can be difficult. Building a community of people who understand, will listen, and support an entrepreneur through the ups and downs is an essential part of a business's success. Startup St.

Fri
06
Oct

Historical Walk and Talk in Cooper

By Laurie Pike

piketaxcollector@gmail.com

 

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