1. No Apologies, No Regrets

     

    Jon Reisman

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  2. Country Music Concert in Perry

     

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  3. Family Celebrates Fifth-Generation Birth

     

    Jayna Smith
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  4. Wood Pile Ignited by Lightning Strike

     

    Jayna Smith
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  5. Mining Company to Begin Exploratory Drilling in Pembroke

     

    Sarah Craighead
    Dedmon

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  6. Connection Through Nature

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  7. Center for Entrepreneurship Nears 75 Percent of $1.05 Million Goal

     

    Jayna Smith
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  8. Stuff the Bus

     

    Teachers and staff from Calais Elementary School took shifts outside Walmart on Saturday to help collect school supplies as part of the Stuff the Bus event. The event works to collect school supplies for the upcoming year for Calais School Department. The school takes the burden away from parents, and instead, provides the necessary supplies to the students, thanks to this annual campaign.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  9. Indian Township Fighting Opioid Addiction with DEA’s 360 Program

     

    Jayna Smith
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  10. Concert in the Park

     

    Ally and Kris Paprocki filled Triangle Park with a variety of fiddle music last Tuesday night. The tunes ranged from acoustic to lyrical, toe tapping to more serious. There were songs that had the crowd laughing out loud and dancing around the park. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  11. The Educrats Are All in on Critical Race Theory

     

    Jon Reisman

    MSMA, MEA, DOE and UMS Embrace “Equity,” CRT Dog whistle

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  12. 55th Annual Passamaquoddy Days

     

    Sipayik Chief Maggie Dana and visiting Indian Township Vice Chief Darrell Newell exchange a peace pipe in a recreation of a traditional welcoming ceremony.  In her opening welcome, Chief Dana invited everyone to dance hard, dance for healing, dance for the children being found and those that are still being found.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  13. Children Hop Aboard the Rocky Railroad for Return of Bible Camp

    Jayna Smith
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  14. N’tolonapemk Land Conveyed Back to Passamaquoddy Tribe

     

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  15. Homecoming Festival Hailed a Success

     

    Jayna Smith
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  16. Calais Recreation Department Kids’ Fun Run

     

    Calais Rec. Fun Run Results

    Ages 6 & Under Boys - 1st Ozzie King
    Ages 7-9 Boys:  1st Joe King, 2nd Parker Walton, 3rd Brody D.
    Ages 7-9 Girls:  1st Elise King, 2nd Gracie Porter, 3rd Claire Cole
    Ages 10-12 Boys:  1st Brock Collins, 2nd Turner Redding, 3rd Parker Cole
    Ages 10-12 Girls:  1st Reece Ellsmore, 2nd Violet Dineen, 3rd Alex

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  17. Johnson’s 5K Road Race

     

    Johnson’s Road Race Results

    First Male and 40-49 winner:  Jason McGlaughlin, 27:21
    First Female and 30-39 winner:  Katie King, 28:15
    2nd place 30-39 female - Tricia Farrell, 31:29
    1st place 30-39 male - Stephen McGinley, 32:13
    1st place 60-69 male - Austin Townsend, 20:31
    1st place 40-49 female - Jaime Clark, 36:18
    2nd place 40-49 female - Katherine Porter, 38:53
    3rd place 40-49 female - Elaine McGlaughlin, 48:20
    1st place under 19 - Tristan Seavey, 28:57
    2nd place under 19 - Tyler Furtek, 33:16

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  18. Skate 4 Life Sparks Conversation

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  19. Downeast Storm American Legion Baseball Season Comes to an End

     

    Jayna Smith
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  20. Boat Visit Highlights Capabilities of Calais Dock

     

    Jayna Smith
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  21. McDonald’s Celebrates Reopening!

     

    Jayna Smith
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  22. Calais School Department Releases Opening Plan

    Jayna Smith
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  23. Freedom in Jeopardy

     

    Jon Reisman

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  24. Letter to the Editor - Blake Ford Obituary

    Letter to the Editor:

    Blake Ford's widow and immediate family would like to inform and clarify to everyone that no Memorial Service has been planned for him at this time. Blake's family would like to thank everyone for their continuous support during this difficult time. When a Memorial Service is planned, it will be announced by Blake's widow, Brandy Carle.

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  25. Sidney Unobskey - Proud Member of His Hometown of Calais

     

    Celebration of Life held in Robbinston this past Sunday

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    Laura Unobskey Shenkar

    Sidney Unobskey was a generous, deeply caring, passionate man. My father embodied a flair and a genius that was very much an inheritance from his family. It was his legacy to all who knew him. Sidney Unobskey possessed out-of-the-box creativity on a massive scale. He saw challenges and envisioned solutions that stripped away conventions to reveal new levels of promise and potential.

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  26. Downeast Storm Ends Regular Season Dropping Two Close Games

     

    Jayna Smith
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  27. Music on the Green

     

    Colie Brice stepped in on Tuesday night after a last-minute illness sidelined the scheduled group Low Tide Trio. Brice kept the crowd entertained with a variety of music that was familiar for music lovers of all ages. It was good music, a good time, and good weather, as the concert series started the second half of its season. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  28. Calais Native Reminisces on 1947 Operetta

     

    Natalie Boomer
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  29. Here’s the Scoop on the Local Ice Cream Cart

     

    Jayna Smith
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  30. Rescued Bald Eagle Released After Rehab

     

    Jayna Smith
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  31. Robbinston Man Receives Boston Post Cane

     

    Jayna Smith
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  32. School Trip to Grocery Store Teaches Young Students Life Skills

     

    Jayna Smith
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  33. St. Kateri Tekakwitha Parish Welcomes Fr. Morin as Pastor

     

    Jayna Smith
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  34. Follow the Political Science

     

    Jonathan Reisman

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  35. Great Turnout for St. Croix Pickleball Summer Scramble

     

    Jayna Smith
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  36. Mid-Summer Notes

     

    Jonathan Reisman

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  37. Transmission Line Failure Causes Widespread Power Outage

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  38. Scholarships Result in Personal Growth, Elevated Skills for Two Local Youth

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  39. Blue Devils Alumni Set to Hit the Hardwood

     

    Jayna Smith
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  40. Down East Cruisers to Host Show With Classic Cars and More on Display

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  41. Enjoy the Art Show Taking Place Inside Holmes Cottage

     

    Jayna Smith
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  42. Ready, Set, Go! Races are Back as Part of Festival

     

    Natalie Boomer
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  43. Concert in the Park Will Lead up to Fireworks Display

     

    Jayna Smith
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  44. Street Fair, Live Auction, Pizza Eating Contest, and More Set for Saturday Downtown

     

    Jayna Smith
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  45. Music on the Green

     

    The Economy Studs took to the stage last Tuesday night as the most recent part of the summer Music on the Green concert series. The complete group, made up of Jenny Penny, Alan Cook, Jim O’Neil and John Viselli, played some early rock n’ roll, as well as some country rock. John Viselli even lent his vocals to a few songs after having battled throat cancer.  The performance earned much support and applause from the crowd.  (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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