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Wed
13
Feb

Baileyville Adds Second Bus Run to Alleviate Overcrowding

By Lynn Lawless

Wed
13
Feb

Pet of the Week from PAWS: Harper!

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.

Wed
13
Feb

Owner Sought

 

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. 

Wed
13
Feb

BBN’s All Star Challenge

 

Wed
13
Feb

Maine 4-H Foundation Excited to be Building a New Program at Greenland Point Center in Princeton

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.

Wed
13
Feb

Lands for Maine's Future Goes Digital

By Lura Jackson

Wed
13
Feb

Passamaquoddy Gabriel Frey Awarded $50,000 Artist Fellowship

 

Wed
13
Feb

First Responders Mobilize After ATV Rider Falls Through Ice

By Lura Jackson

Wed
13
Feb

Calais Free Library Continues Inner Growth

By Lura Jackson

Wed
13
Feb

Meet Princeton’s Newest Pastor

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.

Wed
06
Feb

Shead Tigerettes

Pictured with coaches are the Shead Tigerettes. Members include front l-r: Ashley Morang, Teryn Smith, Cassidee Lawrence, Justine Cheney, and Kiesha Scott. Back l-r: Madison Greenlaw, Natalie Altvater, Roxanna MacGregor, Ryleigh Andrews, Anasia Tucker, and Halle Sullivan. (Photo by John Rogers)

Wed
06
Feb

Down East Hospice Volunteers Annual Recognition Brunch

On January 26, Down East Hospice Volunteers said 'thank you' to their dedicated hospice volunteers.  The event took place at the Bluebird Restaurant where everyone enjoyed a delicious buffet brunch.  Beautiful poems were read, stories were shared that were moving, funny, touching and always meaning

Wed
06
Feb

Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive

Each year over Columbus Day weekend, the members of the St. Croix Council #149 of the Knights of Columbus join other councils across the state of Maine for their annual Tootsie Roll Campaign.

Wed
06
Feb

Intelligence Report, Committee Point to International Threats

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
06
Feb

Washington County and Washington D.C. Representatives

Rep. Anne Perry (D-Calais), right, stood to introduce her former Augusta colleague, congressman Jared Golden (D-CD2) to an assembly of his constituents in Machias last weekend. Golden said he missed working with Perry and his other Maine peers in Augusta, and that he is thrilled to be assigned to the House Armed Services Committee, which will begin work soon.

Wed
06
Feb

Former Resident James Emmert Gains Traction as Voice Talent

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
06
Feb

City Seeks Resolution to Sweeper Saga

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
06
Feb

A Week's Fun Benefits More Than Students

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Wed
06
Feb

CHS Pep Band Receives Banner from S&M Designs

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
06
Feb

Katahdin Coffee House Pivots to Bank Corner

 

By Lura Jackson

 

Wed
30
Jan

Princeton Locals Visit the New England Fishing and Outdoor Expo in Massachusetts

By Sandra Smith

 

Wed
30
Jan

Baileyville School Addresses Chronic Absenteeism

By Lynn Lawless

Wed
30
Jan

Patients Urged to Consider CRH for Radiology Needs

By Lura Jackson

Wed
30
Jan

Woodland Dragons Cheerleaders

 

Wed
30
Jan

Effort Mounts to Restore DHHS Facility to Calais

By Lura Jackson

Wed
30
Jan

CHS National Honor Society Inducts Five New Members

By Kaileigh Deacon

Every year the Calais chapter of the National Honor Society inducts new members from the junior and senior classes. The National Honor Society is a service group that works for the betterment of not only the school but the community as a whole, taking on projects that fill a need. 

Wed
30
Jan

Local Picker Finds Historic Naval Lithograph

By Lura Jackson

Wed
30
Jan

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

 

8th grader William McIver stopped over to see Miriam Libby as part of his and his companions' volunteer efforts to clear out the Baileyville neighborhoods after the recent snowfall. (Photo courtesy of Bob Fitzsimmons)

Wed
30
Jan

Celebrating a Year of Serving Auto Customers at Downeast Glass

By Lura Jackson

Wed
30
Jan

Thaw Leads to Area Flooding

By Lura Jackson

Wed
23
Jan

Down East Credit Union Appoints Joe Moses as President/CEO

 The Board of Directors of Down East Credit Union (DECU) is pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph Moses of Calais to the position of President and CEO.

Wed
23
Jan

Ice Boating on Boyden’s Lake

 

Wed
23
Jan

Sheriff’s Office Seeks Vandals Who Ransacked Coperthwaite’s Yurt

By Sarah Craighead Dedmon 

Wed
23
Jan

Community Rallies to Help Federal Workers Affected by Shutdown

By Lura Jackson

Wed
23
Jan

Recent PAWS Adoptees

From PAWS in Calais: "We could not be happier. Our dear friend of the last two+ years, Andy, and his friend Gouda went to their forever home tonight. 

Wed
23
Jan

Maple Syrup’s Health Benefits Continue to be Revealed

By Lura Jackson

Wed
23
Jan

Hospitals Now Required to Disclose Prices

By Lura Jackson

Wed
23
Jan

Skills USA Spaghetti Supper

By Kaileigh Deacon

For the last sixteen years, the Skills USA team at St. Croix Regional Technical Center has hosted a spaghetti supper at the Calais High School. The dinner is more than just a fundraiser, the meal helps the students work toward their goals. 

Wed
23
Jan

Storm Blankets Washington County in Snow, Ice

By Lura Jackson

Wed
23
Jan

Healthy Acadia Partners with Municipalities to go Tobacco Free

By Kaileigh Deacon

Across the country, tobacco deaths are still the number one leader. In Maine it is estimated that about twenty percent of residents smoke, so Healthy Acadia is working to help create environments where tobacco-free living is commonplace.