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Harbor Seeley, son of Kristin Seeley of Edmunds, was born on May 6th, 2018 at DECH and was transferred to EMMC the following day due to a blood infection, where he and his mother stayed for over a month in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit until late June. During the stay, Harbor’s medical team... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   No matter the time of year, the Calais Public Works Department is undoubtedly hard at work handling the demands of the shifting seasons and generally improving the livability of the community. In the past week, the department has been particularly engaged with a series of... + continue reading
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For some in the community, the church is nothing less than its heart: it is the place where life’s greatest joys and greatest sufferings are shared and reconciled, it is a place to gather with your friends and loved ones for regular events and it is where, generation after generation, the stories... + continue reading
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  Recognized and celebrated for his commitment to the youth of Washington County was Jon Speed by the Princeton Parks and Recreation Department on June 23rd. Speed, who organized and led Greenland Point Center for many years, passed away on July 9th. (Facebook photo) See Jon’s obituary on... + continue reading
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The start of every International Homecoming Festival is marked by a ceremony unique to the St. Croix Valley: the municipal administration of Calais and St. Stephen meet on Ferry Point bridge to shake hands with their counterparts while the national anthems are performed. This year, the Hands Across... + continue reading

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  Patrons at Irving’s Big Stop in Baileyville have been met with placards announcing the eatery’s newest change: In an attempt to curtail the rampant plastic pollution of the oceans, Big Stop will no longer be providing straws by default to diners. Those that wish to have straws can still request them. The placard reads: “Beginning this... + continue reading
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  Recognized and celebrated for his commitment to the youth of Washington County was Jon Speed by the Princeton Parks and Recreation Department on June 23rd. Speed, who organized and led Greenland Point Center for many years, passed away on July 9th. (Facebook photo) See Jon’s obituary on page 17. + continue reading
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The start of every International Homecoming Festival is marked by a ceremony unique to the St. Croix Valley: the municipal administration of Calais and St. Stephen meet on Ferry Point bridge to shake hands with their counterparts while the national anthems are performed. This year, the Hands Across the Border ceremony is being purposefully... + continue reading
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  Officially recognized for completing Basic Firefighter training, a 76-hour endeavor, are five department members of Calais Fire-EMS. From left to right: Jacob Maheux, Kayla Snider, Mariah Curtis, and Jeremy Dwelley. Not pictured is Mason Spear. Two promotions were granted at the department's recent meeting, with Bill Lee named as Station... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson   For some vehicle owners, the best part about having a vehicle is customizing it. After all, what better way to demonstrate your support of particular teams, loved ones,... + continue reading

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  Evidence of a new coffee shop on Main Street by the Urban Moose is undeniable at this point, but details haven't been confirmed yet. Stay tuned to the Calais Advertiser for more information... + continue reading

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Eleven young women from around the area participated in an informative, hands-on Healthcare Camp on June 19th, giving them each the opportunity to explore one of the fastest growing fields in the... + continue reading

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  Due to potential bad weather last Tuesday, Music on the Green rescheduled the concert for Saturday. The Borderline Trio with Lenard Rutledge entertained a smaller than normal crowd playing a... + continue reading

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Every year, golfers from across Washington and Charlotte Counties gather to take part in Washington County Community College’s golf tournament, held at the St. Croix County Club in Calais. This year’... + continue reading

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