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Amy Jeanroy   Gov. Paul LePage and Premier David Alward signed a cooperation statement to formalize the New Brunswick-Maine partnership on Monday. The agreement establishes a Maine-New Brunswick management committee working to identify new opportunities for collaboration between the province... + continue reading
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By Ralph Ackley, Jr. Bikers from various parts of Washington County unite in their Second Annual Roll to benefit the St. Croix Valley Walk to End Alheimer's last Saturday at their half-way point at Pat's Pizza in Machias. (Photo submitted by Ralph Ackley). They came from all walks of life,... + continue reading
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By Ralph Ackley, Jr. Sunkiss Ballooning lands a red, orange and yellow checkered balloon on the soccer field in Lubec last weekend for tethered rides over the school. (Photo submitted by Ralph Ackley). With practically a lifetime of experience in ballooning, Todd Monahan says it was “only natural... + continue reading
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The Calais Blue Devils boys basketball program has been fortunate for 10-years having one of the states premier coaches in Ed Leeman. Starting as coach in 2004, Ed led his squads to State Championships in 2006, 2007, and 2009, and a State runner-up in 2008. Over the decade of coaching Ed’s teams... + continue reading
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Hosted at Pembroke Fairgrounds Kellie Tilton from Roque Bluffs was the 2014 State of Maine N.B.H.A. state runner-up completing the barrel course in 15.763-seconds on Jet’s Classy Cowgirl. (Photo by John Rogers). For the first time in the history of National Barrel Horse Association the State... + continue reading

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Amy Jeanroy   Gov. Paul LePage and Premier David Alward signed a cooperation statement to formalize the New Brunswick-Maine partnership on Monday. The agreement establishes a Maine-New Brunswick management committee working to identify new opportunities for collaboration between the province and the state.  Chris Morris of the... + continue reading
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By Ralph Ackley, Jr. Bikers from various parts of Washington County unite in their Second Annual Roll to benefit the St. Croix Valley Walk to End Alheimer's last Saturday at their half-way point at Pat's Pizza in Machias. (Photo submitted by Ralph Ackley). They came from all walks of life, rumbling into the Shire town of Washington County on... + 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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Amy Jeanroy   Gov. Paul LePage and Premier David Alward signed a cooperation statement to formalize the New Brunswick-Maine partnership on Monday. The agreement establishes a Maine-New... + 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 Calais Blue Devils boys basketball program has been fortunate for 10-years having one of the states premier coaches in Ed Leeman. Starting as coach in 2004, Ed led his squads to State... + continue reading
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