October 2017

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Sun
15
Oct

Ron Pooler – Vietnam War - Veterans in the St. Croix Region

By Lura Jackson

Sun
15
Oct

Committee Mulls Commercial Marijuana Growing Guidelines

By Lura Jackson

 

Sun
15
Oct

Perry Harvest Festival: The Way Fall Should Be

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fall in Maine brings a change of colors, cooler temperatures and numerous fairs and festivals across the state. On Saturday, October 7th, outside and inside of the Perry Fire Department, vendors and crafters set up for the annual Perry Harvest Festival. 

Sun
15
Oct

Technology Expands Reach of Bullying

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Technology is advancing at a rate that makes it almost impossible to stay up-to-date and on top of what is happening. The advancements have made it easier for families and friends to stay connected over long distances but it has also opened the internet up to a world of predators and bullies. 

Sun
15
Oct

Community Invited to WCCC Fall Festival

Traditionally speaking, autumn is the time of year to celebrate the bounty of the season by gathering together with friends and family. This year, Washington County Community College is honoring that tradition by holding its first Friends and Family Fall Festival on October 14th.

Sun
15
Oct

DECH Births

 

To Amy and Joshua C. Noyes of Topsfield, a girl, Kyrie Carter Marie Noyes born on October 4, 2017 weighing 7lbs., 10oz., 20 inches long.

To Donna Furlong and Matthew Wiggett of Calais, a girl, Charlotte June Wiggett born on October 6, 2017 weighing 7lbs., 9oz., 20 3/4 inches long.

Sun
15
Oct

Cross Country Meet Results From Calais

 

Calais Boys & Shead Girls Win Event

In the always exciting annual Calais High School event at the Moosehorn, Calais easily captured the boys’ meet with 24 points, beating WA by 28 points. A super strong and  young Shead Tigerette team edged Narraguagus by a single point in a team thriller. 

 

Sun
15
Oct

WILLIAM N. PULK SR.

Robbinston – William Nelson Pulk Sr., 74, passed away surrounded by his family Thursday, October 5, 2017 at Calais Regional Hospital.  Billy was born on March 28, 1943, son of Raymond Pulk Sr. and Mary (Skidds) Pulk.

Sun
15
Oct

Sarsaparilla Building

Sun
15
Oct

Meddybemps News

Linda Baniszeski 

Sun
15
Oct

Land Transfers by Deed September 15, 2017 through September 28, 2017

Herbert C. Haynes of Winn and Ginger E. Maxwell of Winn to James G. Labao of Bristol, Rhode Island and Jennifer A.

Sun
15
Oct

'Blues Giant' is Eastport-Bound

The Eastport Arts Center is excited to announce a concert by blues-inspired Americana guitarist and songwriter Sid Whelan on Saturday, October 21 at 7 p.m. Known for well-crafted lyrics and harmonically-rich guitar voicings, Whelan, a songwriting student of Steve Earle, writes songs which tackle difficult themes of contemporary American life.

Sun
15
Oct

Baileyville Octoberfest

 

Sun
15
Oct

Lioness of the Year

Theresa Porter (pictured center) was recently named Lioness of the Year, a distinction chosen by members of the club.  Theresa is shown with club president Linda Howe and treasurer Laurel Perkins. (Submitted photo)

Fri
06
Oct

Scenes of Halloween

Fri
06
Oct

New CHS Program Improves Freshmen Integration

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
06
Oct

City Council Approves Zoning for Marijuana Growing Operations

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fri
06
Oct

Education-Focused Community Members Sought for Rotary Relaunch

By Lura Jackson

 

Sun
15
Oct

Princeton News

Sandra Smith

 

Sun
15
Oct

Alexander/Crawford News

Cassie Oakes

 

Sun
15
Oct

Free Falling in Las Vegas - Devotional

 

Dr. Mark Hatfield, Calais Congregational Church

Hiding on the 32nd floor of a fancy hotel, a wealthy 64-year-old coward sets a record for murdering innocent people. Then, in a final act of self-indulgence, he avoids taking responsibility for his actions by killing himself.

Sun
15
Oct

5 Years Ago - Baileyville Octoberfest

Sun
15
Oct

Out and About

By Dorothy Johnson

 

We have had a few showers since last week, but we have not had enough rain to really soak into the ground.  The days have cooled somewhat but all in all, we have enjoyed another week of fine October weather.

Sun
15
Oct

Baring News

Sally Doten

454-2625

 

Sun
15
Oct

Calais

 

Sharon Frost

454-3339

 

Sun
15
Oct

Calais American Legion News

Michael McLean

454-3435

 

I want to thank Lura Jackson and The Calais Advertiser for their article on myself and my career! It was very professional and informative. 

Sun
15
Oct

“SHIPMATES” A Very Special Evening of Songs of the Sea

 

Sun
15
Oct

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

 

Sun
15
Oct

Alexander School News

Cassie Oakes

 

Here is what is happening at AES this week and in the near future.

Fri
06
Oct

Baileyville Walks Against Bullying

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

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