Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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  John Cowell & family, Business Administration. The importance of becoming an effective leader was echoed throughout the 47th annual graduation ceremony for Washington County Community College, held on Friday, May 13th.  Graduates received their Associate’s degrees in sixteen... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith   Around noontime on Saturday, May 14th, Calais Police Department responded to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Garfield and North Streets. According to Calais Police Department, Chester Carter, 59, of Pembroke, was driving a 1998 Chevrolet pick-up truck... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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By Lura Jackson   A few of the Calais Food for Thought volunteers that have contributed to the group's success in reaching the extended community. Front left to right, Therese McCormick, Jodi  Cox, Kathy Holmes, Emilie Poole, Beth Clifford, Back row, Marcia Rogers, Sue Clark, Cathy... + continue reading
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  The students pictured above were “Caught Being Good” at Calais Elementary School May 9 – May 13.  The students’ acts of kindness were reported by CES teachers and staff.  The students were presented a certificate on May 16.  At the end of each month, all students who were “... + continue reading
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
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  Riverside Rebekah Lodge #140 of Baileyville recently held food drives to help area food pantries. Thanks to the generosity of area shoppers, $385 was raised for the Irene Chadbourne Ecumenical Food Pantry from collection stations at Walmart, Tradewinds and Johnson's True Value.  From... + continue reading

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  John Cowell & family, Business Administration. The importance of becoming an effective leader was echoed throughout the 47th annual graduation ceremony for Washington County Community College, held on Friday, May 13th.  Graduates received their Associate’s degrees in sixteen fields, and many others received certificates for... + continue reading
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By Jayna Smith   Around noontime on Saturday, May 14th, Calais Police Department responded to a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of Garfield and North Streets. According to Calais Police Department, Chester Carter, 59, of Pembroke, was driving a 1998 Chevrolet pick-up truck westbound on North Street.  Todd Berry, 36, of... + continue reading

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By Jayna Smith   Law enforcement and community members were busy last Thursday, May 12th, searching for a girl who went missing.   According to authorities, a 15-year old Calais girl was... + 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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Missing Girl Comes Home Safe

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Law enforcement and community members were busy last Thursday, May 12th, searching for a girl who went missing.  

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