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By Lura Jackson   The cold winds of Tuesday, October 3rd were not enough to deter a devoted group of supporters and advocates from showing their commitment to raising awareness of domestic violence. Approximately two dozen people met at the First Congregational Church in Calais before... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   For the last several years the town of Baileyville has gathered together for a week in October to celebrate being friends and neighbors. Octoberfest brings families of the community together through events with which everyone can be involved. This year’s festivities... + continue reading
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  It’s that time of year when some say that the veil between dimensions becomes thinner, prompting the legends and stories of spirits, demons, and witches that now fill our popular understanding of Halloween. While I can’t personally vouch for this time of year heralding an increase in... + continue reading
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By Sarah Craighead  Dedmon   One of two people charged with the murder of Sally Shaw was arraigned at the Washington County Courthouse in Machias on Friday, Oct. 6. Quaneysha Greeley, 19, entered the courtroom in handcuffs and stood with her attorneys, Jeff Davidson and Nathan Hodgkins... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   The cold winds of Tuesday, October 3rd were not enough to deter a devoted group of supporters and advocates from showing their commitment to raising awareness of domestic violence. Approximately two dozen people met at the First Congregational Church in Calais before marching to Memorial Park as a procession brandishing... + continue reading
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By Kaileigh Deacon   For the last several years the town of Baileyville has gathered together for a week in October to celebrate being friends and neighbors. Octoberfest brings families of the community together through events with which everyone can be involved. This year’s festivities began with the pageants at the elementary school on... + continue reading
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  It’s that time of year when some say that the veil between dimensions becomes thinner, prompting the legends and stories of spirits, demons, and witches that now fill our popular understanding of Halloween. While I can’t personally vouch for this time of year heralding an increase in supernatural occurrences, I can attest to the... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   The biggest event of the year in Calais – the International Homecoming Festival – is in dire need of revitalization, and the city is now actively seeking volunteers willing... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   The cold winds of Tuesday, October 3rd were not enough to deter a devoted group of supporters and advocates from showing their commitment to raising awareness of domestic... + continue reading

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By Sally Doten, September 25, 2001   In 2001, the Second Baptist Church building burned down. At the time, congregation member Sally Doten wrote this letter to the editor to share her thoughts... + 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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Calais Shines a Light on Domestic Violence

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