November 2012

Fri
16
Nov

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(207) 454-3561 Office

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Calais, Maine, USA, 04619

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Thu
22
Nov

Lasagna PArty

Event date

Friday, November 23, 2012 - 5:45pm
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Thu
29
Nov

School News for November 29th issue

Indian 

Township

 

Geri Reynolds

796-2362

 

November is quickly coming to an end and December promises to be just as busy.

Thu
29
Nov

Calais

Sharon Frost

November 28: Full Beaver Moon.

Get well wishes to Josie Gibson. Hope she is on the mend.

Sister Judy of Moncton, brother Mike Fitzgerald of Quisspamsis visited their sister Pat Yardley over the weekend.

Thu
29
Nov

Princeton

Sharon Norman

Thu
29
Nov

Paul Laney and Father came home with a 9 pointer

Paul Laney and his father enjoyed some quality hunting time together over the holidays. After dad located this big buck on Friday, they went hunting in the same area on Saturday. After a few near misses and some expert tracking, Paul and his dad came home with this 9-pointer weighing in at 227 pounds. (Submitted by Dave McCullough)

Thu
29
Nov

Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

Thu
29
Nov

Baileyville

Dorothy Johnson

A foggy dawn made for slippery roads conditions all over Maine on Black Friday.

Fri
16
Nov

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Nov

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Thu
29
Nov

Calais American Legion

Hope everyone had a safe and a Happy Thanksgiving. The Calais Police Dept. and local Law enforcement had a nice “Operation Christmas Card” ceremony last week. They transported gifts and Christmas cards to the Calais Post Office, which will be distributed to our troops overseas. This is what Christmas mean’s to me!

Thu
29
Nov

Alexander/Crawford

I sincerely hope everyone in the community enjoyed their Thanksgiving meal this past week. I know our family did. My son Frederick and I traveled to Brewer to spend the holiday with my son William. We were delayed leaving Thanksgiving morning due to extremely icy road conditions along Route 9 but we made it up and back safely.

Thu
29
Nov

Youth Initiative Will Promote Community Involvement

 More than 300 students from across the state of Maine recently attended the Maine Youth Action Network (MYAN) Youth Summit at the Augusta Civic Center, including many from Washington County. The seminar was held Nov. 1 and 2.

Thu
29
Nov

Letter to the Editor

:“F” as in “fat”…Maine can  and will do better

Thu
29
Nov

Calais District Court

 

Amanda Boyd of Perry, ME. Theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. Washington County Jail 48 hours stayed 11/23/12. Restitution $15.30.

Jack Bruyette of Calais, ME. Domestic violence assault. Washington County Jail 4 months.

Thu
29
Nov

Baileyville Police Report

 

The Baileyville Police Department was busy over the holiday week with accidents, arrests, criminal trespass and a theft.

Thu
29
Nov

Calais Police Report

Sean Sorcic, 23, of Calais was arrested 11/20/12 on Baring Street for Domestic Violence Assault.

Jeremy Carr, 21, of Charlotte was arrested 11/19/12 on Union Street for Violations of Conditions of Release.

Thu
29
Nov

Canadian Arrested by CBP Officers in Maine

CALAIS, Maine. —Last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers working at the Calais International Avenue port of entry arrested a Canadian male for allegedly attempting to smuggle 2,002 methamphetamine pills into the United States when he was traveling to Massachusetts to celebrate Thanksgiving Day.

Thu
29
Nov

City to Set in Motion Economic Development Plan

By Marla HoffmanThe Calais City Council is holding a workshop Thursday, Nov.

Thu
29
Nov

Save Passamaquoddy Bay Files Two New Objections to Downeast LNG

By Marla Hoffman

 Save Passamaquoddy Bay this week filed two new objections with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission against a 30-foot vapor fence and a 4,000-foot-long jetty that Downeast LNG wants to construct in Robbinston. 

Thu
29
Nov

Calais in Motion Moving to Save Historic Fair Point Building

By Marla Hoffman

The historic building owned by Fair Point Communications sitting at the corner of Main Street and Church Street has remained vacant for more than 25 years. 

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