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By Kaileigh Deacon On Wednesday, November 14, Princeton Elementary School partnered with Island Readers and Writers to bring author and illustrator Rebekah Raye to work with the students. This has become an annual event for the school with different authors and illustrators coming during the year... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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By Lura Jackson Providing a safe, comfortable place for an animal to reside – even if only temporarily – is an invaluable service that foster families can offer to shelters such as PAWS in Calais. Animals that are sheltered in a caring environment receive constant socialization, making them more... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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By Lura Jackson Every holiday season in Washington County, there is a phenomenon of giving that sees the collection and distribution of precious gifts and clothing to the children most in need in our area. For the past 34 years, Let’s All Have a Merrier Christmas has been facilitating miniature... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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By Lura Jackson Taking the stage in Calais just got a bit easier thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Lionesses, Butch Hanson and Hammond Lumber. The group pulled together to produce a second set of steps for the stage in Triangle Park, an addition that will lend to ease and safety for the... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
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By Lura Jackson The field of law enforcement may not be at the top of many people’s list for a second career, but to Rod Tirrell of Calais, it should be. At the age of 46, the former Prime Care operator became Calais Police Department’s [CPD] newest full-time officer in late August. Joining the... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon At Thursday’s City Council meeting the council heard a presentation from Cal Jeanroy about his request for an Economic Development Loan in the amount of $60,000. The loan would go toward finishing a combined coffee shop, restaurant and brewery which he plans to open in the old J.D. Thomas building on Main Street.  Jeanroy... + continue reading
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  Roscoe “Rocky” Johnson Award: Joe Moses “The Down East Team is proud of our President, Joseph Moses, who was honored to receive the Roscoe “Rocky” Johnson at the St. Croix Valley Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner on November 8. Rocky Johnson was a well-known, successful businessman in the St. Croix region, opening his first hardware... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   In a contentious finish, Democrat Jared Golden has been named the winner of Maine’s second U.S. House of Representatives seat, defeating incumbent Republican Bruce Poliquin after the final tally of the newly-implemented Ranked Choice Voting [RCV] system. If RCV had not been established earlier this year, Poliquin would... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Providing a safe, comfortable place for an animal to reside – even if only temporarily – is an invaluable service that foster families can offer to shelters such as PAWS in Calais. Animals that are sheltered in a caring environment receive constant socialization, making them more ready and able to be adopted. PAWS currently has a... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon At Thursday’s City Council meeting the council heard a presentation from Cal Jeanroy about his request for an Economic Development Loan in the amount of $60,000. The loan would go... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson One of the more frequent bylines in this publication is that of Kaileigh Deacon – but more than being a freelance journalist, the Calais High School graduate is also a prolific... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon   On a recent trip to Paris, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the town with the same name as the one in which I grew up. Growing up in Calais, you often hear the... + continue reading

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  Pictured is the Woodland Dragon soccer team. Members include front l-r: Elijah Martin, Alden Bacon, Kobe Overlock, Gauge Howard, Cole Dunphy, Keagan Wormell, Evan Phelps, Justin Overlock,... + continue reading

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