January 2015

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Calais

Sharon Frost

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January 20th New Moon. Fill bird feeders with black oil sunflower seeds to attract chickadees, juncos and nuthatches.

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DOROTHY BOOTH FALES

Dorothy Booth Fales, of Juno Beach, FL, passed away on January 7, 2015, at the age of 99. She was a former resident of Jupiter, FL; Saddle River, NJ; Baileyville, ME; and Glens Falls, NY, and lived for 70 years with her beloved husband, Henry Fales, until his death in 2009.

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GERTRUDE F. MERCIER

Calais – Gertrude Florence Mercier, 95, passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on Thursday, January 8, 2015 at Eastport Memorial Nursing Home.  Gertrude was born in Milltown, NB on December 14, 1919, daughter of the late Allan and Florence (Ryan) Kelly.

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Baileyville and Calais Collaborations Topic At Calais Methodist Homes

By Tom McLaughlin

 

CALAIS, Maine (WQDY) -Seniors at the Methodist Homes in Calais had the top cops and municipal managers from Calais and Baileyville as well as the chief of Calais Fire-EMS and a Maine State Trooper drop by Thursday morning to talk about various ways both communities are collaborating.

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Axiom Technologies Names New President

Axiom Technologies is excited to announce the appointment of Mark Ouellette as the new President and Chief Operations Officer of the company. 

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A Story and a Recipe

By Dorothy Johnson

 

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Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

I noticed in last week’s Advertiser some of our “Alexander” Calais High School students made the Honor Roll, Congratulations to Seniors Carly Davis, Keegan Newman, Tyler Niles, Junior Ann Jean McClure and Freshman Prue Maxwell.

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Grand Lake Stream

Dave McCullough

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Princeton

Elizabeth Mitchell

Rhonda Cobb, Princeton’s Animal Control Officer, reminds  residents of the state law regarding dog licensing.

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Jan

After 28 Years, Burger King Closes

By Lura Jackson

After nearly thirty years, the Calais location of Burger King closed on Tuesday, January, 6th. (Photo by Lura Jackson).

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