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Each year, Wreaths Across America coordinates the placement of wreaths in cemeteries across the country and in locations overseas in part to promote its mission to Remember, Honor, and Teach about veterans and in thanks for their service. Two events are anticipated to be held in the Calais area... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson The EPA has issued an update on N’tolonapemk, also known as the Eastern Surplus Superfund site in Meddybemps. The site was used for a storage and salvage yard for decades before being declared an environmental Superfund site, meaning it had high levels of toxicity and was thus a... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon The Calais Celtic Concerts closed out the 2018 season on Friday with a Christmas concert presented by local favorite Coig. The group is comprised of four solo acts who come together to perform and record. They hail from the Island of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and play a lively... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon The Christmas season is a time when traditions hold even more meaning and remind people of what is most important. For a lot of people, Christmastime is when you gather with your family and friends to exchange gifts, eat food and enjoy each other’s company. For the St. Croix No... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon For three days the Washington County Community College was home to the 2nd Annual International Festival of Trees. The event, which took place last year at the Knights of Columbus Hall, is becoming a regular Calais Christmas tradition.  The event encourages local business... + continue reading

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By Sandra Smith Saturday, December 1 was the seventh annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration in Princeton. More often than not we have had to deal with the extremes of winter weather conditions, but this year it was dry with no freezing temperatures. By 6 p.m. there was a large gathering of all ages at Legacy Square. Doug Clements had put the... + continue reading
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By Sarah Craighead Dedmon On their way to last week’s game, the University of Maine at Machias women’s basketball team anxiously awaited the latest USCAA power rankings. Coach Troy Alley had predicted their strong 6-2 record would land them in the national top 10, but when the rankings came out he heard they were actually number three. ... + continue reading
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Each year, Wreaths Across America coordinates the placement of wreaths in cemeteries across the country and in locations overseas in part to promote its mission to Remember, Honor, and Teach about veterans and in thanks for their service. Two events are anticipated to be held in the Calais area this year. The first event, the HART (Honoring... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson For the past 15 years, there’s been one major name in real estate in Washington County: Due East. Formed by Al Rummel, the company’s roster of realtors now includes particularly influential and informed community members, including the Mayor of Calais, Billy Howard, and, most recently, former State Senator Kevin Raye. On Saturday... + 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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By Sarah Craighead Dedmon On their way to last week’s game, the University of Maine at Machias women’s basketball team anxiously awaited the latest USCAA power rankings. Coach Troy Alley had... + continue reading

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