Woodland High School’s Top Ten Graduates Honored

 

Jayna Smith
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The top ten ranked graduating seniors at Woodland High School were honored at a ceremony on Wednesday, May 11.
With parents, grandparents, friends, and others in attendance, guidance counselor Janice Rice welcomed all to the special event before each student was recognized by a teacher or staff member of their choice. 

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We Salute Woodland High School Class of 2022

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Official Signing Ceremony for Skutik River Statement of Cooperation

 

Natalie Boomer
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In 2013, the Wabanaki Tribes of Maine, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service, and the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs made a commitment to restoring and preserving the Skutik/St. Croix River watershed.

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Woodland High School Hosts Graduation Ceremony for Class of 2022

 

Jayna Smith
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Woodland High School held its graduation on Saturday, June 4, 2022 with 31 students receiving diplomas.  

Following the processional and salute to the flag, second honor essayist Keagan Wormell and first honor essayist Joanna Korasadowicz addressed those in attendance.

After Principal Joseph Swain’s presentation, Salutatorian Sierra Bryant and Valedictorian Justin Carney each provided their addresses.  

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Local Girl Qualifies for World Championship Horse Show

 

Natalie Boomer
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Ten-year-old Zoey Theriault, of Princeton, has qualified to go to the World Championship Morgan Show in Oklahoma, but she needs help from her community to get there.

In the three years that Zoey has been riding horses she has loved everything about it.  “She spends hours a day with her horses. She is as happy grooming and mucking stalls as she is riding. She just loves every aspect of being in the barn,” mentioned her mother Penni Theriault.

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State Rep Demands Vanceboro Border Crossing Remain Open 24/7

 

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Alexander Grange Annual Flag Retirement Ceremony

 

The Grange held its annual flag retirement ceremony on Flag Day, June 14, with approximately 100 flags retired, respectfully and with honor. A little rain did not stop those in attendance from completing the task at hand. It was wonderful to see so many children in attendance.  Afterwards, the Grange members provided refreshments inside the hall.

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The 16th Annual Margaretta Days Festival & Craft Fair is a Cool Success

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Maine Public Awarded Seven New Radio Signals to Expand Services to Rural Areas of Maine

 

Maine Public announces the successful award of seven new noncommercial FM station licenses by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). These new signals will be used to expand the reach of Maine Public Radio and Maine Public Classical into areas of Maine that currently do not access, or have limited access, to these services.  

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Fun for All Ages at Alexander Hometown Jubilee

 

Natalie Boomer
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The annual Alexander Hometown Jubilee will be held on Saturday, July 9th.

Every  year, the Alexander Grange #304 hosts this fun celebration for the community at the Grange Hall on Cooper Road in Alexander.

It is already shaping up to be a great day with lots of things planned, including a Chinese auction, bake sale, lottery tree raffle, parade, craft fair, live music, face painting, and free kids' games.

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