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By Lura Jackson Bob Treworgy (standing on the left side of the door frame) watches a parade in 1976 from in front of the building that he purchased in 1955. Initially he renamed it Treworgy Rexall. For the past six decades, Treworgy Pharmacy in downtown Calais has provided its customers with... + continue reading
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Vera Johnson holds up part of an issue of the New York Herald dating to August 1868. The newspaper and other fragments were recovered from the floor of the Johnson's kitchen, which is being redone. According to the construction team doing the renovation, there were four or five layers of floor to... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon The Border Baptist Fellowship Thrift store on Main Street will be closing its doors on October 1. The shop will continue to operate during its normal hours until their closing date. Any remaining items will be given to local charities and a thrift store in Lincoln. (Photo by... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson The new Scout Hall is nearly complete thanks to the efforts of Friends of Scouts 132 and the many community members and businesses that have participated in its construction. The first meeting was held at the hall on Sunday. Additional funds are needed to finish the building. (... + continue reading
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Dave McCullough As I drove past the Baring Irving Station there was a tractor trailer stopped in the road and a red pick-up pointed toward Calais on the left side. After examination it looked like a traffic stop for an animal in the road. There was someone nudging  what looked like an 8 to 10... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson Bob Treworgy (standing on the left side of the door frame) watches a parade in 1976 from in front of the building that he purchased in 1955. Initially he renamed it Treworgy Rexall. For the past six decades, Treworgy Pharmacy in downtown Calais has provided its customers with constant, reliable service, neighborly support, and... + continue reading
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Vera Johnson holds up part of an issue of the New York Herald dating to August 1868. The newspaper and other fragments were recovered from the floor of the Johnson's kitchen, which is being redone. According to the construction team doing the renovation, there were four or five layers of floor to be removed, and the newspaper was found on the... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson Bob Treworgy (standing on the left side of the door frame) watches a parade in 1976 from in front of the building that he purchased in 1955. Initially he renamed it Treworgy Rexall... + 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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After Nearly 60 Years, Treworgy Pharmacy Closes

By Lura Jackson

Bob Treworgy (standing on the left side of the door frame) watches a parade in 1976 from in front of the building that he purchased in 1955. Initially he renamed it Treworgy Rexall.

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