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By Lura Jackson   Each year, hundreds of pirates and pirate groupies descend upon Eastport to join in the largest pirate festival in New England, and this year was no exception. With events ranging from a pirate ball to a parade to a street dance and much more, attendees had no shortage of... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Along with the school system’s active efforts in improving and supporting a safe and welcoming environment in which all students and staff can blossom, past and present members of the community are collaborating to do their part. One such example is the newly installed... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   After opening on August 9th, the Katahdin Coffee House has enjoyed a hugely successful first month in its location on Main Street in downtown Calais. The café has attracted a steady number of customers from Calais itself and the surrounding communities, including an... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   In the past, few locations held more importance to rural communities than locally-owned and operated general stores. Such establishments served not only as provisioners for vital supplies, they also became gathering points for community members of all ages as they discussed... + continue reading

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  Flying high above the St. Croix River during one of his many adventurous forays into the clouds is Joe Benedetto of Calais.  (Photo by Lura Jackson) + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Each year, hundreds of pirates and pirate groupies descend upon Eastport to join in the largest pirate festival in New England, and this year was no exception. With events ranging from a pirate ball to a parade to a street dance and much more, attendees had no shortage of options for entertainment. As always, one of the... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   In the past, few locations held more importance to rural communities than locally-owned and operated general stores. Such establishments served not only as provisioners for vital supplies, they also became gathering points for community members of all ages as they discussed the topics of the day and engaged in social... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   For alumni of Calais Elementary School, staff and basketball players, this week has been a week of loss with the passing of Arnold Clark, a great man, teacher and coach. During his 46 years as an educator with the Calais School System, Mr. Clark proved to be adept at finding ways to engage students and help them learn... + continue reading

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Calais Regional Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Erica Pike, Family Nurse Practitioner, to the CRMS Family Medicine office.    Erica has come a long way since her school... + continue reading

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On Saturday, September 8, 3–5 p.m. (Atlantic Time), Sunbury Shores Arts & Nature Centre in St. Andrews, NB will hold a reading of the 2018 Maine Literary Award winning 3 Nations Anthology: Native... + continue reading

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By Emma Irish   Vivian Taylor’s photography has awakened the walls of the Eastport Art Center. Years in the making, Taylor’s large scale, black and white photos seem to speak directly to both... + continue reading

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  Due to potential bad weather last Tuesday, Music on the Green rescheduled the concert for Saturday. The Borderline Trio with Lenard Rutledge entertained a smaller than normal crowd playing a... + continue reading

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Fourth Annual 2018 Event   Tournament Director Ryan Lincoln wants to thank everyone for another great year: Mary Pelletier did a great job on the shirts, Ricky Kroll for the MVP Turfs and... + continue reading

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Erica Pike, FNP Joins CRMS Family Medicine

Calais Regional Hospital is pleased to announce the addition of Erica Pike, Family Nurse Practitioner, to the CRMS Family Medicine office.   

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