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By Kaileigh Deacon Mayor Marianne Moore presents Quinn Sluzenski with a letter congratulating and thanking Sluzenski for her participation and Bronze medal win at the Skills USA National Competition in Kansas City. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon). The Calais City Council held their meeting in Council... + continue reading
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This litter was found in an abandoned home.  They have been cared for and adopted, but other kittens, including tiny orphans, have recently been found malnourished and struggling to survive on their own.  If you see kittens, please get word immediately to David Townsend at 904-7194 and... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson This photo (taken before 1890) shows the T. Horton and J. Murray Hill Buildings at the corner of Sawyer and Main Street. Owner Jake Chambers is committed to the historical restoration of the building, even recreating the advertisement visible in the photo. Facade funds will lend to... + continue reading
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Independent U.S. Senator Angus King publicly endorsed Eliot Cutler for Governor today. In making the announcement, Senator King said, “I am proud to endorse Eliot Cutler today to be Maine’s next Governor,” said Senator King.  “Eliot is a true consensus builder, ready to put good ideas ahead of... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson  Ann Luginbuhl (left) provides details of the French settlement of St. Croix Island to a visitor with the visual assistance of one of the many bronze statues along the trail. Luginbuhl is a local teacher (at Charlotte Elementary) that joined the park over the summer as part of... + continue reading

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By Kaileigh Deacon Mayor Marianne Moore presents Quinn Sluzenski with a letter congratulating and thanking Sluzenski for her participation and Bronze medal win at the Skills USA National Competition in Kansas City. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon). The Calais City Council held their meeting in Council Chambers on Thursday August 14 at 6pm. The Council... + continue reading
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This litter was found in an abandoned home.  They have been cared for and adopted, but other kittens, including tiny orphans, have recently been found malnourished and struggling to survive on their own.  If you see kittens, please get word immediately to David Townsend at 904-7194 and PAWS 454-7662 with your phone #, the address where... + continue reading

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On May 28 there was a free concert for senior citizens and their guests at the Second Baptist Church at 2:00 p.m. The First Annual Tri-M Student concert featuring Tri-M Members, CHS Chorus, Jazz... + continue reading

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Dave McCullough Above, Pop Moore canoe built by Bill Shamel and donated by Joel Gott to the Save the Maine Bear Hunt. It was auctioned off at their fundraising banquet Saturday August 9. The proud... + continue reading

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By Jayna Smith Union leaders from International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the Communications Workers of America—together representing nearly 2,000 Fairpoint Communications employees in... + 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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Calais & WA Win Playoffs Titles There were two exciting finishes to the summer high school basketball league that was hosted by UMM staff. In the girls’ playoffs Calais defeated WA Maroon 39-24... + continue reading

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