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The International Homecoming Festival Parade was a showcase of flags, vehicles and smiles as its participants gamely greeted the hundreds of spectators that lined the streets in both Calais and St. Stephen. (Photos by Lura Jackson)  [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2706","... + continue reading
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  By Lura Jackson   Two of the most noticeable buildings in downtown Calais – the towering Sarsaparilla and McAllister buildings – will soon no longer be catching attention due to the danger and dilapidation they represent. The historic buildings are going to be fully restored over the... + continue reading
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First National Bank is proud to announce the winners of its tenth annual Customer Photo Calendar Contest. Fourteen color photographs have been chosen from over 150 entries, and each winning photographer will be awarded a $100 cash prize. The images will appear in the Bank’s 2018 desk calendar and... + continue reading
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  By Lura Jackson   Art shows are rarely graced with the sounds of raucous laughter, but at the unique event held at Camden National Bank on Thursday evening, humor was the decided theme. “Humor in the St. Croix Valley” – being a collection of caricatures of local celebrities,... + continue reading
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By Natalie Scott   For the past 17 years, the Sipayik Indian Days celebration has begun by sending members of the Passamaquoddy tribe on a canoeing voyage. This year’s journey began at the reservation of Motahkomikuk in Indian Township on Thursday at 7 a.m. Nearly a dozen canoes, packed with... + continue reading

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The International Homecoming Festival Parade was a showcase of flags, vehicles and smiles as its participants gamely greeted the hundreds of spectators that lined the streets in both Calais and St. Stephen. (Photos by Lura Jackson)  [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2706","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","... + continue reading
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  By Lura Jackson   Two of the most noticeable buildings in downtown Calais – the towering Sarsaparilla and McAllister buildings – will soon no longer be catching attention due to the danger and dilapidation they represent. The historic buildings are going to be fully restored over the next few years thanks to a partnership between... + continue reading
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First National Bank is proud to announce the winners of its tenth annual Customer Photo Calendar Contest. Fourteen color photographs have been chosen from over 150 entries, and each winning photographer will be awarded a $100 cash prize. The images will appear in the Bank’s 2018 desk calendar and wall calendar, which will be available to customers... + continue reading
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  By Lura Jackson   Art shows are rarely graced with the sounds of raucous laughter, but at the unique event held at Camden National Bank on Thursday evening, humor was the decided theme. “Humor in the St. Croix Valley” – being a collection of caricatures of local celebrities, including Tim Sample – attracted the largest opening crowd... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon   This year will see a lot of new faces in the Calais school system, but it will also have some familiar faces in new roles. Kati Grass, who has been the secretary in the... + continue reading

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  Calais Celtic Concerts will present Ireland's hot young Trad/Pop/Folk band Ruaile Buaile, (pronounced: Roo-lee ah, Boo lee ah) in concert at The Calais High School, Saturday night of The... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   Last year, a team of children and adolescents from Baileyville – representing the Dragons – ventured to Princeton to play against a similarly composed team of Bombers to test... + continue reading

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44th Annual International Homecoming Parade

The International Homecoming Festival Parade was a showcase of flags, vehicles and smiles as its participants gamely greeted the hundreds of spectators that lined the streets in both Calais and St. Stephen. (Photos by Lura Jackson) 

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