1. "Kids at Grange" Field Trip to Dudley’s Tree Farm

     

    From the Alexander news column by Cassie Oakes

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  2. Storytelling Competition Gives Rise to Laughs and Healthy Competition

     

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  3. Spirit Shines at Cheer Camp

     

    Jayna Smith
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  4. Downeast Storm Drops to Tidewater Oil in Extra Innings

     

    Jayna Smith
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  5. Music on the Green

     

    Last Tuesday’s Music on the Green had something for everyone when the Steele Hill Band took the stage. The group played a variety of music that had something for every type of listener and kept the attendees singing along with longtime radio favorites. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  6. Back to the 70’s

     

    Jonathan Reisman

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  7. Holmes Cottage to be Open for Art Show

     

    Jayna Smith
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  8. AMHC Expands Adult Crisis Stabilization Services into Washington County

    Aroostook Mental Health Services, Inc. (AMHC) is pleased to announce that it has opened an adult crisis stabilization unit (ACSU) at 127 Palmer Street in Calais. The ACSU joins AMHC’s other services in the same location.

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  9. Entry into Canada by Vaccinated U.S. Citizens Allowed on Aug. 9

     

    Jayna Smith
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  10. PCT Communications Donates Reusable Bags to Food Pantry

     

    Jayna Smith
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  11. Children, Mother Escape Union Street Blaze

     

    Jayna Smith
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  12. Calais 9/10 All Stars Drop to Ellsworth in Walk Off

     

    Jayna Smith
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  13. Second Annual Summer ATV Joker Run for Baileyville’s Octoberfest

     

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  14. Left Attacks Freedom

     

    Teachers Union Embraces Critical Race Theory (CRT), Climate Alarmists Call for China Appeasement

    Jon Reisman

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  15. Tough Week for Downeast Storm American Legion Baseball

     

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  16. Summer Basketball Camp Brings Area Kids Together

     

    Jayna Smith
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  17. Music on the Green

     

    If there was such a thing as perfect weather for a concert, last Tuesday night at Triangle Park was it. For the third concert of the summer series, Keltic Schmeltic took to the stage playing a variety of Celtic tunes for the largest turnout of the summer so far. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

     

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  18. Red Knights Donate to Santa's Helper Program

     

    Last week, Red Knights ME Chapter 5 presented the Calais Lions Club with a donation from the Blaine McLaughlin Ride for Charity.  The check totalled just over $2,000, which will all go directly to the Lions Santa’s Helpers Program.

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  19. Local Girl Scout Earns Silver Award

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  20. Dressing Down Benefits Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge

     

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  21. Moose on the Loose

     

    The biologists at Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge have trail cameras set out on the refuge, allowing them to capture some of the resident wildlife. Shown here is a pair of moose strolling along.  The refuge's Facebook page explained that moose are not typically easy to find, so the cameras are a great asset to view them and other wildlife.  (Photo by FWS)

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  22. Hospital Transitions out of Bankruptcy, Becomes Calais Community Hospital

     

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  23. Monthly Child Tax Credit to Begin July 15

     

    Jayna Smith
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  24. Down East Hospice Volunteers - New Graduates!

     

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  25. Grand Lake Stream 4th of July Parade

     

    Excerpt from Dave McCullough's Grand Lake Stream town news column:

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  26. Music on the Green

     

    Warm temperatures were not enough to keep people from Triangle Park and The Cormier Experience last week. The pair played a variety of music, from fan favorites to originals that paid tribute to the area and its history.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  27. Existential Threats to Freedom: Critical Race Theory, Climate and Covid Alarmism, Open Borders

     

    Jon Reisman

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  28. New Upgrades and Additions at Devil’s Head

     

    Jayna Smith
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  29. Downeast Storm American Legion Baseball Nears Mid-Season

     

    Jayna Smith
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  30. Calais Little League 11/12 All-Stars Win District 1 Championship

     

    Jayna Smith
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  31. Independence Day Fireworks and More Return to Eastport

     

    Jayna Smith
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  32. Rain Didn’t Dampen Spirits at Pembroke’s Fourth of July Parade

     

    Jayna Smith
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  33. Invasive Aquatic Plant Paddle

     

    Wednesday, July 14 • from 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    Big Lake Campmeeting Waterfront
    229 Big Lake Road, Big Lake Township - Princeton, Maine

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  34. Machias Savings Bank Provides Remote Financial Literacy Learning Resources to Local Schools

     

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  35. Be Bear Wise

     

    IFW Promotional
    Coordinator Lauren McPherson

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  36. Knight of Columbus Father’s Day Event

     

    On Sunday, June 20 the Knights of Columbus held a Father's Day BBQ. The event was well attended with lots of great food and company. (Photo by Pierre Little)

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  37. Food Pantry Expands

     

    Jayna Smith
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  38. Eastport Scavenger Hunt!

     

    Be on the lookout for one of our 10 patriotic rocks downtown Eastport on the 3rd and 4th. Rocks can be turned in and redeemed for a $10 gift card at Sweeties Downeast Candy Store! Thank you Sweeties Downeast for the awesome donation and Tobi Wuchter and family for the beautifully painted rocks! (Photo and information from: https://tinyurl.com/3auzywmh)

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  39. DECH’s Accomplishments Reported at Annual Meeting

     

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  40. Senators King and Collins Defend their Confirmation of Anti-Semite Racist Civil Rights Nominee

     

    Jon Reisman

    My June 2 column took Senators King and Collins to task for confirming Kristen Clarke as the top civil rights attorney at President Biden’s Department of Justice. Ms. Clarke is a stone cold anti-Semite racist who had advocated defunding the police and discriminating against whites and Jews for “equity.” Senator Collins was the only Republican who supported Ms. Clarke.
    I let both Senators know my displeasure with their votes, and here are their responses:

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  41. Although Exempt from Plastic Bag Ban, Food Pantry will Follow Suit

     

    Jayna Smith
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  42. Music Comes Back to the Green

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  43. Canadian Chamber of Commerce Comments on Border Closure, Slow Vaccination Rollout

     

    Jayna Smith
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  44. McDonald’s Renovation Nears Completion

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  45. Fourth of July Events are Back with a Bang in Lubec

     

    Jayna Smith
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