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  A fundraiser for International Homecoming Festival--The Great Ball Bonanza--was held last Tuesday night.  Four hundred numbered ping pong balls were dropped from the top of Salem Street, next to Camden National Bank, with the first one to the bottom bringing with it a prize of 100... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Brynne Lander addresses the crowd as Gladys Hayes, a fifteen-year old that died of tubercular meningitis, during the annual Cemetery Tour held by the St. Croix Historical Society on Sunday, August 7th. (Photo by Lura Jackson). From the triumphant to the tragic, the city of... + continue reading
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By Dorothy Johnson   Tom Vicaire, new principal at Woodland Jr./Sr. High School is eager to begin the new school year. He is looking forward to meeting students, parents and staff in his new setting. (Photo by Dorothy Johnson). Tom Vicaire is the new principal at Woodland Junior/Senior High... + continue reading
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By Dorothy Johnson    Lynn Fickett Leighton Hall had a wonderful time at the reunion on August 6 and 7. She was particularly happy to have all of her children present. Above are Billy Leighton, Doreen Sawyer, Laura Urquhart, Tom Leighton Lynn and Sandra Newman, surrounding their mom,... + continue reading
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The second and last Bose sound system arrived in Calais on Thursday, August 4th, just in time for the International Festival. While one system was being used on the Green for the CDRC chair affair auction, the other was employed on the Wabanaki Waterfront for aspiring young musicians. “It was... + continue reading

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  A fundraiser for International Homecoming Festival--The Great Ball Bonanza--was held last Tuesday night.  Four hundred numbered ping pong balls were dropped from the top of Salem Street, next to Camden National Bank, with the first one to the bottom bringing with it a prize of 100 gallons of fuel donated by VL Tammaro Oil.  The... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   Brynne Lander addresses the crowd as Gladys Hayes, a fifteen-year old that died of tubercular meningitis, during the annual Cemetery Tour held by the St. Croix Historical Society on Sunday, August 7th. (Photo by Lura Jackson). From the triumphant to the tragic, the city of Calais has borne witness to the stories of many... + continue reading

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By Amy Jeanroy On July 29th, the Calais Department of Health and Human Services office on South Street was notified that it was scheduled to be closed on October 31, 2016. The 13 employees were... + continue reading

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Sally Doten 454-2625 The International Festival has come and gone. Class reunions, family reunions, and visitors from far away all come home this week. I never got a chance to see much of it... + continue reading

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  A fundraiser for International Homecoming Festival--The Great Ball Bonanza--was held last Tuesday night.  Four hundred numbered ping pong balls were dropped from the top of Salem Street... + continue reading

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The Calais Middle/High School Spring Concert is always a slightly bittersweet event.  The performance showcases the greatest ability of our musicians, but this is also the last Calais concert... + continue reading

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The Dragons hosted PVHS this past Monday and jumped to a quick advantage When Matthew Miller singled stole second and was knocked home by an Alex Morrison single. Alex helped his own cause holding... + continue reading
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