January 2018

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Fri
26
Jan

Tax Assistance at Peavey Library

 

Fri
26
Jan

Grand Lake Stream News

 

Dave McCullough

 

Fri
26
Jan

Washington County Community Café and Meals on Wheels for February

All meals served with wheat bread and dessert.

Thurs., Feb. 1, 2018; Pasta Primavera, Green Beans.

Fri., Feb. 2, 2018; Chicken and Scalloped Potatoes, Peppers, Onions and Turkey Bacon.

Fri
26
Jan

MaineCF Grants Available for Washington County Nonprofits

Nonprofit and public organizations seeking funding for projects that draw on the strengths of the community and foster collaboration are encouraged to apply to the Maine Community Foundation’s Community Building Grant Program.

Fri
26
Jan

BRIAN E. RITCHIE

Calais - Brian Edward Ritchie, 40, passed away unexpectedly on January 12, 2018 at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor. Brian was born in Calais on August 20, 1977, son of James “Bimmy” and Jelaine “Fred” (Stanhope) Ritchie.

Fri
26
Jan

TERRY W. REYNOLDS

Meddybemps – Terry Wayne Reynolds, 64, passed away peacefully, following a brief illness at Eastern Maine Medical Center on January 17, 2018 with his two best friends by his side.  Terry was born in Calais on November 11, 1953 to Erland and Jean (Johnson) Reynolds.  He graduated with honors from Calais Memorial High School, class of

Fri
26
Jan

WOODLAND DRAGONS CHEERLEADING

Desiree Leeman and Bianca Pellerin performing a pike jump.

Fri
26
Jan

CALAIS BLUE DEVILS CHEERLEADING

Kendra in a basket-toss beginning.

Fri
26
Jan

The Calais Varsity Basketball Team of 1962

Some familiar faces can be seen on Calais High's varsity basketball Team of 1962, as seen in the Broadcast from that year. From left to right, first row: J. Rowe and S. Pike. Second row: S. Carter, J. Tingley, Coach Sibley, G. Tracy, R. Keen. Third row: A. Clark, M. McNamara, S. Smith, B. Hinton. (Photo courtesy St. Croix Historical Society)

Fri
26
Jan

Join the Pink Zone

The Calais Lady Blue Devils will host the sixth annual Pink Zone game against the Woodland Lady Dragons on Wednesday, January 31 at 5 p.m. (Junior Varsity) & 6:30 p.m. (Varsity).

Wed
17
Jan

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Fri
19
Jan

JOAN D. KELLY

Calais – Joan Daphne Kelly, 88, passed away Tuesday, January 9, 2018 at Marshall Healthcare in Machias with her children by her side.  Joan was born in Eastport on September 27, 1929, daughter of Thomas and Marguerite (Eye) Cleland. 

Fri
12
Jan

Baring News

 

Sally Doten

454-2625

 

I think tomorrow (Tuesday) will be the beginning of a heat wave. Forecasters are saying it will go to 40 degrees. I will have to dig out my sandals. 

Fri
12
Jan

Lady Dragons Basketball

 

 

Fri
12
Jan

Blue Devil Basketball

 

 

Devils Handle Sumner

 

Fri
12
Jan

Woodland Recreation Calendar

 

 

WED.  JAN. 10:

3:00 pm:  ELEM BB - DUKE; GR. 4 / 6; WES GYM

4:00 pm:  ELEM BB - GEORGETOWN; GR. 4 / 6; WES GYM

5:00 pm: SR. CHEERING TEAM; WES GYM

Fri
12
Jan

Alumni Action At Woodland High School

 

Undergrads Win Both Contests

 

Fri
12
Jan

Calais Lady Blue Devils

 The undefeated Calais Lady Blue Devils exploded to a 73-8 win over the Lady Pandas from Lee Academy. In the win 9 players made the scoring column while being paced by Olivia Huckins with 16 points, Lauren Cook at 14, and 13 each from Sophie McVicar and Prue Maxwell.

Fri
12
Jan

Machias PD Searching for New Year’s Eve Robber

By Sarah Craighead Dedmon

 

Machias Police Chief Grady Dwelley confirmed that a robbery took place on Sunday, Dec. 31 in Machias. An unidentified person made off with an undisclosed amount of money from the Machias River Inn.

Fri
12
Jan

St. Anne’s To Offer Spanish Lessons

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
12
Jan

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to Speak in Eastport

The Eastport Arts Center (EAC) is excited to announce the appearance of Bill de Blasio,  the mayor of New York City, on Saturday, January 13 at 3 pm. Mayor de Blasio will give an informal talk on “The State of Democracy in America” and take questions afterwards. EAC is particularly proud to present a nationally recognized politician in a rare visit to rural Maine.

Fri
12
Jan

Jody Deacon Named Teacher of the Year

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
12
Jan

History of Calais Shaped by European Immigrants

By Lura Jackson

 

Fri
12
Jan

Woman Arrested for Role in Attempted Murder

According to the Calais Police Department, Brittany Wescott has been arrested on charges of aggravated attempted murder, attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, and aggravated trafficking in scheduled drugs following the incident that took place in Calais on December 27th. Wescott turned herself in to Washington County Jail at approximately 1:30 p.m. on January 3rd. 

Fri
12
Jan

101st Birthday Party

Celebrating her 101st birthday on Tuesday, January 9th was Verna Mackechnie at Washington Place.

Fri
12
Jan

Ceaser’s to Celebrate 4 Year Anniversary with Super Bowl Sunday

By Lura Jackson

 

If you’re a football fan, Ceaser’s in Calais is inviting you to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday at their location at the Motor Inn. The flagship event for the NFL is also the signifier for the restaurant’s fourth year in operation, along with its upstairs counterpart, Nino’s. 

Fri
12
Jan

Marianne Moore to Seek Senate District 6 Seat

Senator Joyce Maker vacating seat

Having served three terms in the Maine House of Representatives and one term in the Maine Senate, Senator Joyce Maker (R-Washington) has decided not to run for reelection in November 2018.

Fri
12
Jan

Letter to the Editor - Federal Government is going against the will of the voters

Once again, the Federal Government is going against the will of the voters. Jeff Sessions is rescinding an Obama-era policy and going against the states that have legalized marijuana. I am not on a rant about marijuana. I am tired of our elected officials running their own agenda. This also goes for state officials.

Fri
12
Jan

Alumni Action at Woodland High School

Fri
12
Jan

Action In Dragons Basketball

 

 

Host Fort Kent January 15

 

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