October 2018

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Wed
31
Oct

A Look at the Candidates’ Contests

By Lura Jackson

Wed
24
Oct

Calais Volleyball DAC Champions!

 

Wed
24
Oct

Anne Perry Aims to Continue Service in the State House

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
24
Oct

Record of Local Shipwrecks Recovered at Auction

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
24
Oct

Calais Schools Receive $1 Million Grant

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Wed
24
Oct

Mattress by Appointment Opens in Calais

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
24
Oct

Jared Golden Visits Washington County

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
17
Oct

Raye’s Mustard Mill Museum Receives Non-Profit Status and $133,222 USDA Rural Development Grant

Raye’s Mustard Mill Museum of Eastport received significant boosts in recent days with notification that it has been awarded federal tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.

Wed
17
Oct

Pratt Dealership Supports Free Screening Mammograms

Pratt Chevrolet Buick GMC is donating funds to Calais Regional Hospital for the second year in a row to provide screening mammograms to local Washington County women.    For eight year’s Pratt has taken part in the Chevrolet promotion to support Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.  For every photo posted to Instagram with the hashtag #idrivefor, Chevrolet donates $5 to the America

Wed
17
Oct

Heather Farrell Inducted into Hall of Fame at Thomas College

 

For her outstanding contribution to soccer, basketball, and softball as a Thomas Terrier, former Blue Devil Heather Farrell was recently inducted into the Thomas College Hall of Fame. (Facebook photo)

Wed
17
Oct

Big Band Performance Slated for Eastport

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
24
Oct

Bridging Calais, Maine and Calais, France

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Wed
24
Oct

DA Defends Record, Defines Challenges at County Budget Meeting

By Sarah Craighead 

Dedmon

 

Wed
24
Oct

Role of Tanning Industry in Settling of WaCo to be Presented

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
31
Oct

Referendum Roundup

By Lura Jackson

Voters will be presented with determining their approval for five separate questions in this referendum election. Most of the questions are bond issues; the first is a citizen initiative.

Wed
31
Oct

Benefit for Sarah’s House in Memory of Dotty Johnson

 

All of the many items collected in memory of Dotty will be used at Sarah’s House for patients receiving treatment in Bangor that would otherwise have to travel a great distance or pay their own lodging. (Facebook photo)

Wed
31
Oct

Princeton’s Annual Treats on Wheels

By Sandra Smith

Wed
31
Oct

CDRC’s Scarecrow Fest!

 

Being the lone entrants didn’t stop this team of Walmart employees from putting on a good spirited show during the casket race this year. (Photo by Lura Jackson)

Wed
31
Oct

Calais Tax Map Goes Digital

Calais Tax Map Goes Digital 

By Kaileigh Deacon

Wed
31
Oct

Baileyville Looks at Proposed School Construction

By Kaileigh Deacon

Wed
31
Oct

Club Spreads Kindness at WES and Beyond

By Lura Jackson

Wed
31
Oct

Addison Coty Memorial Turkey Trot 5k Planned for November

By Lura Jackson

Wed
31
Oct

CES and CMS Cross Country Runners Excel in Top-Finishing Season

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
24
Oct

Happy Halloween

Gourd guards police our front steps October every year 

Scent of "pumpkin spice" fills the air when grotesque expressions appear

Then it's time again to remember fleeting youth's happy night

 

Wed
17
Oct

Presentation Honoring Local Veterans to be Held at CHS

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
17
Oct

Calais Library Looking to Make Improvements

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Wed
17
Oct

Ellen Look Receives Award of Excellence in Long Term Care

John (Jake) and Rhonda Chambers are the owners of Adult Family Care Homes of Maine, which started in Calais in 1999 and has expanded into Robbinston, Eastport, Bucksport, Frankfort and Pittsfield, bringing the current total to nine homes in four counties in Eastern and Central Maine.

Wed
10
Oct

Lions Team Up with Food Pantry to Help End Hunger

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
03
Oct

Blue Devils Name Event in Memory Of Addison Coty

On Tuesday September 18 the annual Calais High School cross country meet was again hosted at the Moosehorn Refuge but this race took on a new special significance. Addison Coty was lost in a tragic accident this summer. Addison graduated from CHS in June completing an exceptional career in academics and athletics at the school.

Wed
03
Oct

Clarissa Arseneault Named TeamUSA Player of the Game

 

St. Stephen resident and member of TeamUSA’s ball hockey team Clarissa Arseneault was recently named Player of the Game by her teammates following their win over Slovakia during the ongoing Master’s-level world championship in Bermuda. The team is 3-1 heading into the semi-finals. (Facebook photo)

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