1. Sewall Memorial Congregational Church

     

    Bonnie Lyons

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  2. Wallet Found During Renovation Reveals Clues to 1880s Calais

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  3. DECU Donates to Legion Support Fund

     

    Downeast Credit Union donated $1,000 for the Calais American Legion Support Fund. DECU has always been a great supporter for our veterans. Pictured is Joanne Cushing, Branch Manager, Commander Mike and Katie Knights, Lending Expert. (Submitted photo)

     

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  4. Outstanding High School Tennis Career for JD Turner

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  5. What's Up, Calais?

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  6. Sunflower Garden Donated to the Town of Perry

     

    Natalie Boomer
    natalie@calais.news

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  7. Brendan Leddy Woodward Scholarship Send Off

     

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  8. Riverview Restaurant Opens Downtown

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  9. Get Ready to Make a Splash: Pool is Open!

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

     
    School is out for the summer, which means the city’s Howard Fox Memorial Pool is open and summer day camp has begun.  Both started on Monday.

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  10. Augusta Supports Critical Race Theory (CRT) Indoctrination

     

    Jon Reisman

    Shocker: Dems support it, GOP (mostly) opposes

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  11. Great Season for Calais High School Tennis

     

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  12. Alexander Elementary Buddy Bench

     

    From the Alexander news by Cassie Oakes: Alexander resident Brylea Newman has been a busy girl. She and her grandmother Gert Newman have recently been away on a queens’ retreat in Cambridge, Maine for the week Brylea holds the Miss New England title. All these queens will be heading to Florida for Nationals over July 4th. One of Brylea’s favorite causes as Miss New England is Anti-Bullying. She was instrumental in getting a Buddy Bench for Alexander Elementary School.

     

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  13. Calais IGA Owner Delivers Water to Little League

     

    When temperatures were in the 90s on Monday, June 7, Bob Craft, of Calais IGA, made sure the coaches and kids playing in Calais Little League were cooled off and hydrated with ice cold water.  Compliments of the store, each dug out had its own cooler, plenty of ice, and lots of bottled water.  (Photo by Krista Collins)

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  14. Green Energy Policy Meets TANSTAAFL

     

    Jon Reisman

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  15. DAC All-Stars and All-Academic Student Athletes Recognized at CHS

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  16. Woodland High School Sends Off 35 at Graduation

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  17. Calais High School Celebrates 2021 Graduation

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  18. Tony Dana’s Grand Slam Propels Calais by Shead

     

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  19. CDRC Donates Plant Sale Proceeds to Upcoming Homecoming Festival

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  20. Lions Club Receives Donation from Red Knights Charity Ride

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  21. Patriotism in Grand Lake

     

    82 years young Eagle Scout since May of 1957 putting up flags in Grand Lake Stream. God bless America. (Submitted photo)

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  22. Woodland High School Baseball Team

     

    The 2021 Woodland Dragons baseball team includes (front) Evan MacArthur, Jamie Bryan, Evan Curtis, Josh Jordan, Braden Richard, Cyrus Sewell, Shain McIver, Keagan Wormell, (back) assistant coach Keith Moody, Seth Nicholas, Dyllon Edgerly, Weston Bailey, Brogan Brown, Devon Wilder, Dylan Damon, Kobe Overlock, Braden Barrett, assistant coach John Sewell, Coach Kenny Murphy, and manager Kyrsten Stegman. (Photo by Jayna Smith)

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  23. Future of Eastern Maine Aspiration Scholarship Recipient

     

    Maddison Jordan was the recipient of a 2021 Future of Eastern Maine Aspiration Scholarship. Pictured are Sue Carter (principal), Maddison Jordan (5th grade student), Jen James and Brenda James (5th grade classroom teachers). (Submitted photo)

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  24. WHS JMG Students Help with Beautification Project

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  25. Pratt Donates Jerseys to Calais Little League

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  26. Dead River Donates Jerseys to Softball Team

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  27. Notes on the Current Crisis

     

    Jon Reisman

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  28. Community Volunteers Continue Tradition of Cemetery Flag Placement

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  29. Heroes Remembered at Memorial Day Events

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  30. Senator Collins Welcomes New Brunswick Plan to Begin Reopening Border on July 1

     

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  31. US CDC Vaccination Record Refused at Canadian Border

    by Jayna Smith

    jayna@calais.news

    The border with Canada has been closed since March of 2020 for all but essential travel.  Falling under the category of essential includes media, an important means for citizens to obtain information about safety and welfare, as well as other critical information.  

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  32. Maine Mask Mandate Ends for All but Those in Schools

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  33. DC Interlude

     

    Jon Reisman

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  34. We Salute Calais High School Class of 2021

     

    A Message from Principal Mary Anne Spearin

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  35. ‘Town Line’ Wildfire Put Out by Local Departments, Forest Service

     

    Sarah Craighead
    Dedmon

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  36. Alexander Resident Lauded For Service

     

    The Maine Ham Radio Society recognized Alexander resident Roger Holst for his many years of service to Downeast’s ham radio community, public safety and commercial communications. Club President Phil Duggan presented Holst with a customized coffee mug featuring the club logo and Holst’s ham radio call sign, W1LH, during their May 21 meeting at the Bluebird Ranch Family Restaurant in Machias. (Submitted photo)

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  37. Calais Blue Devil Baseball

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  38. Calais Little League in Full Swing

     

    This minor leaguer gives a thumbs up to his family after reaching home plate.  Calais Little League is in full swing, with tball, minor league, major league, and softball programs.  Learn more on Facebook, Calais Little League.  (Photo by Jayna Smith)

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  39. Eastport Hires New City Manager

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  40. Reports Say Preliminary Talks on Border Reopening are Underway

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  41. CHS Tennis Senior Recognition

     

    The six seniors on Calais High School’s tennis team were honored Monday evening at their last regular match of the season.  Those student athletes were JD Turner, with parents John and Ivy Turner and sister Olivia; Laura Edgerly, with parents Rusty and Lisa Edgerly; Carlotta Cavazzini, with host father David Sivret; Ben Goode, with mother Jennifer Thornton and sister Sadye; Simon Bowles, with parents Brian and Heather Bowles; and Luke Furtek, with parents Ryan and Cassie Furtek.  (Photo by Jayna Smith)

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  42. Tryouts Set for Downeast Storm American Legion Baseball

     

    Jayna Smith
    jayna@calais.news

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  43. Responses to Unequal Justice and Call for Defunding FBI

     

    Jon Reisman

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  44. Walmart Employee Caught in a Random Act of Kindness

     

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  45. American Legion Post 23 Road Toll

     

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