1. MDOT Adds Safety Measures with Installation of Rumble Strips

     

    Jayna Smith
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  2. COVID-19 Update

     

    Sarah Craighead Dedmon

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  3. Join Friends of Moosehorn on a Journey Through the Refuge

     

    Natalie Boomer
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  4. Brylea Newman Wins State Pageant Title

     

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  5. CHS Golf Continues to Impress

     

    Jayna Smith
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  6. Out of the Darkness Suicide Awareness Walk

     

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  7. Calais School Department Adopts Staff Vaccine Incentive

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  8. Local Knights of Columbus 4th Degree Assemble Wins the State of Maine Patriots Award

     

    Maine State 4th Degree Master Duane Belanger (left) of Fort Kent presents the Maine State Patriots Award to Faithful Navigator Tom MacDonald of the St. Croix Assembly #342, Calais, Maine Assemble. The award was presented at a specific exemplification ceremony held in Madawaska, Maine. The 4th Degree is the Patriotic Degree and is the highest degree you can attain in the Knights of Columbus. (Submitted photo)

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  9. Local Pastor’s New Book Released

     

    Jayna Smith
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  10. Jake Chambers Announces His Candidacy for House District 140

    Jayna Smith
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    Jake Chambers, of Calais, has announced his Republican bid for state representative.  The House seat, currently held by Anne Perry (D-Calais) will be up for election in 2022 and includes representation of Baileyville, Baring, Calais, Charlotte, Indian Township, Pembroke, Perry, Robbinston, and Pleasant Point. 

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  11. Impeach, Impede and Implode

     

    Jon Reisman

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  12. Couple Hopes to Find Missing Wedding Rings Before 50th Anniversary

     

    Natalie Boomer
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  13. Mill Spokesperson Responds to Positive COVID Cases

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  14. POW/MIA Remembrance Day Ceremony

     

    Submitted by Sherry Sivret

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  15. Calais One Step Closer to New Senior Housing

     

    Jayna Smith
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  16. Toby Cole Wins 2021 Club Championship

     

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  17. Calais-Area Fall Baseball Drops Two

     

    Jayna Smith
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  18. Chris Taylor Gets Promotion to Mad Ants General Manager

     

    Kaileigh Deacon

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  19. Calais IGA Signs Statement of Support for Guard and Reserve Service Members

     

    Jayna Smith
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  20. Feztival of Trees to Return to Calais

     

    Jayna Smith
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  21. “Uncle Joe” Macbeth

     

    Jon Reisman

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  22. Annual POW/MIA Remembrance Ceremony to be Held Sept. 17

     

    This Friday September 17th the Boyd Smith Mitchell VFW post 9779 will host the annual POW/MIA remembrance ceremony. It will be held at the Calais Fire station beginning at 11 a.m. standing in honor of those missing in action and prisoners of war.  At noon the ceremony will be held with roses being placed on the white table for all wars. Please join the VFW to stand guard and for the Ceremony.

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  23. Twilight Doubles and Singles Tournament

     

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  24. Players Return to the Diamond for Fall Baseball Season

     

    Jayna Smith
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  25. Area Cross Country Teams are Off to the Races

     

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  26. Alexander First Responders Honor FDNY’s 343

     

    Scott Morse, David Davis, Ed Burgess, Sharon Cooper, Gerald Cooper, and Carlos Oakes Jr. were among the Alexander first responders who commemorated 9/11 with a flag-waving tribute.  (Submitted photo)

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  27. Princeton Fire Department Honors FDNY’s 343

     

    To mark the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, 343 flags were placed at the entrance of Princeton Fire Department.  The flags were representative of the 343 New York City firefighters who perished in the attacks.  (PFD photo)

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  28. Local 13-Year-Old Boy Offered Pickleball Sponsorship

     

    Natalie Boomer
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  29. Calais Fire-EMS Better Equipped with New UTV

     

    Jayna Smith
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  30. CFD Pays Tribute on 20th Anniversary of 9/11

     

    Jayna Smith
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  31. A Hairy Situation

     

    Jon Reisman

    In the late 1960’s my father took me to Broadway to see Hair. I still remember some of the lyrics from the title song:

    She asks me why I'm just a hairy guy
    I'm hairy, noon and night, hair, that's a fright
    I'm hairy, high and low, don't ask me why, don't know
    It's not for lack of bread like the Grateful Dead, darlin'

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  32. Kids at the Grange

     

    Excerpt from Alexander news by Cassie Oakes

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  33. 35 Years with United States Postal Service

     

    Senior letter carrier Bobby O'Brien was honored on Tuesday, Sept. 7 for 35 years with the United States Postal Service.  He is shown with acting postmaster Kara Schmitter. (Submitted photo)

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  34. Lest We Forget: Remembering 9/11 Twenty Years Later

     

    Jayna Smith
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  35. Calais-Area Fall Baseball

     

    Calais-Area Fall Baseball has begun, and Coach Matt Vinson is pleased to see these Woodland Dragons boys donning blue for the season.  Braden Richard, Shane McIver, Brogan Brown, and Cyrus Sewell will be big contributors to this year’s team.  On Sunday, Calais-Area Fall Baseball, 17U team, scrimmaged St. Croix Lightning, a 15U team, coached by Marc O’Neill. (Photo by Jayna Smith)

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  36. Memorial Fund Offers Positive Outlet at Skatepark

     

    Jayna Smith
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  37. Music on the Green Final Concert

     

    The final Music on the Green concert took place last Tuesday night with Tony’s Martini Club. The duo traveled from just outside Bangor to perform the last concert and close out the season. They played a selection of acoustic folk and blues, with a variety including songs by Nora Jones and others. The 2021 season was sponsored by Calais Downtown Revitalization Coalition (CDRC) and boasted great concerts, excellent weather and wonderful food provided by Calais Lady Blue Devils volleyball. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon)

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  38. Many Struggle to Find PCR Testing to Enter Canada

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  39. DECU Moving Forward with New Admin Space in Baring

     

    Jayna Smith
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  40. Healing, Remembrance, and Hope Focus of Overdose Awareness Vigil

     

    Jayna Smith
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  41. Climate Alarmism Redux

     

    Jon Reisman

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  42. 13 U.S. Service Members Killed in Kabul Attacks

     

    Jayna Smith
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  43. Kids Make a Big Splash for Annual Water Carnival

     

    Jayna Smith
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  44. Father Morin Formally Installed

     

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  45. Music on the Green

     

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