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The new University of Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Greenland Point in Princeton, Maine, expected to open in June, will be an environmental camp and center for youth and the community, focused on outdoor education, ecology and conservation. The Maine 4-H Foundation’s purchase of the former... + continue reading
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  The most recent winner of a $50,000 United States Artists fellowship is Passamaquoddy basketmaker Gabriel Frey. The Orono-based Frey joins the growing list of Mainers that have received the prize, including his own brother, Jeremy. Frey is a 12th generation basketmaker known for... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Baileyville resident Mike Murphy is safe after the ATV he was riding across the St. Croix River fell through the ice on Tuesday, February 5th. Murphy was partially submerged in the water for approximately 40 minutes before pulling himself to an island to which rescuers rapidly... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Visitors and volunteers at the Calais Free Library will find themselves met by several recent improvements intended to enhance comfort and accessibility. With the incorporation of plumbing, the upstairs now features a full bathroom and a work sink, while the den is warmed by a new... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson The community of Princeton has opened its doors to a new pastor at Princeton Baptist Church. Pastor Scott Chesebrough recently relocated to the area with his wife, Karen, and their two sons, and together they are embracing their new residence as home. Pastor Scott describes his... + continue reading

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With Valentine's Day fast approaching, Harper the local love bug, is wondering if she'll find her one true love soon? She is as sweet as a button and very affectionate. She has a quirky attitude, that despite her being FIV+ and missing an eye, keeps her spirits high. So if you love kitty kisses and think you have room in your home and heart for... + continue reading
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  This striking negative was dropped off at The Calais Advertiser by a local reader who found it at McDonald's. Is it your’s? Come and claim it at the office - and let us know what's going on in the image! At the top, it reads Sylvania’s 1952.  + continue reading
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  Pictured Above: (L) Karleigh Smith, a 5th grade student at Woodland Elementary School  and (L) Philip Bassett, a 5th grade student at Calais Elementary School, were selected to participate in the BBN's All Star Challenge at Hermon High School on Sunday, Feb. 3.  Karleigh and Philip were nominated to play in this prestigious... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson The beauty and ruggedness of Maine – sculpted by the retreating Laurentide Ice Sheet just over 10,000 years ago – is a singular benefit granted to all who reside and live in the state. To conserve its natural condition and preserve it for future generations, Lands for Maine’s Future [LMF] was voted into place by wide support in... + continue reading

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By Lynn Lawless Baileyville Elementary Principal Amanda Belanger reported at the committee’s February 5th meeting that the busses are overcrowded on the return trips in the afternoon.  She... + continue reading

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With Valentine's Day fast approaching, Harper the local love bug, is wondering if she'll find her one true love soon? She is as sweet as a button and very affectionate. She has a quirky attitude,... + continue reading

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On January 1, DECH welcomed its first baby of 2019.  Matt and Molly Hall and their three daughters welcomed Ezra James Hall to their family at 7:33 a.m.  The Hall’s beautiful baby boy... + 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 Above: (L) Karleigh Smith, a 5th grade student at Woodland Elementary School  and (L) Philip Bassett, a 5th grade student at Calais Elementary School, were selected to... + continue reading

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Baileyville Adds Second Bus Run to Alleviate Overcrowding

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