November 2017

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Fri
24
Nov

Woodland Rec. Dept. Calendar

 

Wed.  Nov. 22:

5:00 PM: Sr. Cheering Team; WES Gym

6:00 PM: Exercise / Aerobics, (Ages 13 / Adult) WES

Thurs. Nov. 23:

Fri
24
Nov

Krafty Kreations Grand Opening in Princeton

By Natalie Boomer

 

Fri
24
Nov

WCCC’s JMG Collecting Donations for PAWS Cats

Located in Calais, PAWS – which stands for Protection of Animals Wandering the Streets – is constantly working to take in unwanted cats and dogs. Numerous other activities are related to supporting members of the community seeking to care for their beloved animal companions.

Fri
24
Nov

Adoption Brings Wholeness to Local Family

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Every story of adoption is different and unique to the family it touches. Penni Theriault, who runs Lots of Tots Daycare in Princeton, shared her story of adoption and how it has touched her and her family’s lives. 

Fri
24
Nov

Tennis Courts Project Makes Progress, Faces Weather Delay

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
24
Nov

CHS Rock-A-Thon Raises $2,500

Pictured are the Calais High School and Calais Middle School Student Council members at their annual Rock-A-Thon, which raised funds for local children during the holidays. The event took place from 2:30-8:30 p.m. on Friday in the Calais High School Library.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon) See story on page 2.

Fri
24
Nov

CHS Students Raise Over $2500 for Children’s Christmas

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

On Friday evening the students of the Calais High School Student Council, Calais Middle School student council and the Calais High School National Honor Society gathered in the library at the Calais High School to raise money for Christmas. 

Fri
24
Nov

Letter to the Editor

It was so reassuring to read the governor boasting about the $111 million surplus. As your “shepherd,” surely he will see that all the sheep and lambs are well fed and housed and healthy. Your cup runneth over. -Ken Murray

Fri
24
Nov

Editors Desk - The Value of the Present

 

Fri
24
Nov

Local Businesses Offering Deals for Holiday Season

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
24
Nov

DMR Finalizes 2017-18 Scallop Season, New Licenses on Horizon

By Sarah Craighead 

Dedmon

 

After the Nov. 8 meeting of the Scallop Advisory Council, the Department of Marine Resources (DMR) announced its final calendar for the 2017-18 fishing season, set to kick off on Dec. 4.

Fri
24
Nov

CHS Holds 16th Annual Coffee House

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Fri
24
Nov

Dave Seavey – Deep Sea Cold War

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
24
Nov

Feztival of Trees Coming to Calais

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
24
Nov

Elementary Cross Country

Fri
24
Nov

Elementary Cross Country

 

Fri
24
Nov

Alexander/Crawford

 

Cassie Oakes

 

Fri
24
Nov

Alexander School News

Cassie Oakes

 

There are still a few students who have not returned their report cards.  Please don’t forget to return your child’s signed report card to school.

Fri
24
Nov

Grand Lake Stream News

Dave McCullough 

 

Fri
24
Nov

Princeton News

Sandra Smith

 

Fri
24
Nov

Meddybemps News

Linda Baniszeski 

 

Happy Thanksgiving and wishes for many blessings to everyone!   It’s good we take time for a thankful break before the Christmas shopping madness begins.  For most of us, the best part of the holidays is being with our loved ones and special friends ... and we can’t forget all of the good food!

Fri
24
Nov

Alexander/Crawford History

By John Dudley 

& Cassie Oakes

 

FOREST:  WHAT NEXT?

Fri
24
Nov

Calais Fire-EMS Coloring Contest Winners

Fri
24
Nov

Court News

 

Fri
24
Nov

Historic Photos - 1957

More in 1957...

During the summer of 1957 the Calais Pool was finished and opened to the joy of every kid in town.

Fri
24
Nov

SCRTC News

By Haley Donovan

 

Fri
24
Nov

Baring News

Sally Doten

454-2625

 

Where did the past week go?  I was just sitting here doing that column. Are you sure last week is over? So, with that being said, here I go again.

Fri
24
Nov

Calais American Legion News

Michael McLean

454-3435

 

Fri
24
Nov

Cooper News

Fri
24
Nov

TOP TEN ELEMENTARY GIRLS - SPORTS

 8. Cameron Roderick, Woodland

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