April 2015

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Apr

Maine Weekly Gas Price Update and Outlook

Average retail gasoline prices in Maine have risen 0.5 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.38/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 1,228 gas outlets in Maine.

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Ice Anglers Can Continue To Ice Fish After March 31

While many Mainers may be lamenting the length of this year’s winter, ice fisherman should be relieved to know that come April 1, the traditional start to Maine’s open water fishing season, you can still legally ice fish on many waterways throughout the state.

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Apr

Meddybemps

Linda Baniszeski

Don’t forget. Tax day is quickly approaching on April 15.  

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Apr

Cooper

Arline Flood

454-3347

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Calais

Sharon Frost

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April 12th, Orthodox Easter.  Lupine, Morning Glory, and sweet pea seeds benefit from having their coats scratched before sowing.

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Apr

Calais Student on Lawrence Academy honor roll

GROTON, Massachusetts—Sophomore Gregory Mitchell was named to the academic honor roll for the winter trimester at Lawrence Academy in Groton, Massachusetts.

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Apr

Woodland Elementary School

Riley Cleghorn

I am a fifth grade student from W.E.S. and I’m going to tell you the news.  

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Apr

ELIZABETH MERRITHEW

Calais - It is with great sadness that the children of Elizabeth Merrithew announce her passing. Elizabeth passed away peacefully with her family by her side on April 6, 2015 at the Charlotte County Hospital, St. Stephen, New Brunswick.

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Apr

In Loving Memory of DAWN MARIE MORAISEY

In Loving Memory of

DAWN MARIE

MORAISEY

December 4, 1959

April 9, 2010

Five years has come and gone.

Since God took you to heaven.

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Apr

In The Garden

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Apr

Maine Senate President: Approve Funding to Go After Drug Dealers

Joins Governor in Pleading with Legislators to Protect Maine Children

Maine Senate President Michael Thibodeau (R-Waldo)  joined Governor Paul LePage in pleading with lawmakers to pass funding to fight the influx of illegal drugs coming into Maine.

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Apr

Grant Announced to Protect Maine From Terrorism

 U.S.

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Apr

To the Editor

To The Editor:

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Apr

Award-Winning Puppeteer to Pull Strings in Eastport

The Eastport Arts Center will host a special performance of “Life in Motion” by the Cashore Marionettes on Saturday, April 18 at 7 pm.

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Apr

CES Students Rewarded for Reading

By Lura Jackson

 

The top readers and fundraisers from each classes of the 2015 CES Read-A-Thon. (Photo by Lura Jackson).

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Apr

Calais Pastor Reaches out to Drug Abusers, Probationers

By Lura Jackson

Disclaimer: The views in this article do not necessarily reflect those of the staff of the Charleston Correctional Facility.

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Apr

Calais City Budget Workshop

By Amy Jeanroy

Calais City Council met April 6th at the city building for a budget workshop. Present were Mayor Marianne Moore, City Manager Jim Clark, and council members Scott Geel, Billy Howard, Eddie Moreside, and Marcia Rogers. 

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Apr

Tractor Trailer Truck and Car Collide on River Road

By Jayna Smith

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Apr

$1.8 Million to the City of Calais to Improve Wastewater Infrastructure And Protect the St. Croix River

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today celebrated Earth Day by announcing support for projects to improve rural water and wastewater services, promote renewable energy, and promote the efficient use of energy resources.

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Apr

Collins, King, Poliquin Announce Nearly $250,000 Grant to Give Low-Income Mainers Increased Access to Fruits and Vegetables

 U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King and Congressman Bruce Poliquin announced that the Maine Farmland Trust will receive $249,816 from the U.S. Department

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Alexander Declares Food Sovereignty

By Lura Jackson

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Apr

Devotional

Bobby Oliver

Grace Abounds!

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Apr

The Vaccine Dilemma

By Dr. Jodi Ledford, 

Pediatrician

 

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Apr

Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Woodland

It was a great success, over 100 children and adults 

participated  in the Annual Hunt! There Easter Bunny was there with help from students WHS national Honor 

Society, JMG, and Student Council hiding eggs, and for 

picture taking. There were many happy smiles 

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Easter Egg Hunt Held at Calais Free Library

By Lura Jackson

 

Decovan and Baylee were among the delighted participants at the Easter egg hunt held at the Calais Free Library on April 4th. (Photo by Lura Jackson).

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Apr

Calais Man Fined $5,000 and Sentenced to Probation for False Statement

US Attorney Thomas E. Delahanty II announced that Clyde Eldridge, 65, of Calais, Maine, was sentenced in U.S. Distric Court by Judge John A. Woodcock, Jr., to one year of probation and fined $5,000 for making a false statement to federal agents.

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Apr

Baileyville Police Report: March

3-1-15 Vicki Mason, of Calais, was issued a summons for an expired inspection sticker.

3-1-15 Brent Carlow, of Baileyville, was summonsed for Failure to Provide Proof of Insurance.

3-2-15 Chief Fitzsimmons assisted Calais PD with 2 subjects with outstanding warrants.

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Calais Police Report: March

The following people were charged for Criminal Offenses the past month:

3/2Chad Robinson, age 29, of Charlotte Arrested on an Outstanding Warrant

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Troop J

This week Troop J responded to 113 calls for service. The following are noteworthy complaints:

3-29-15

Trooper David Barnard arrested Kenneth Chandler, 26, for an outstanding warrant after he called in a non-reportable car-deer crash on the Tibbettstown Road in Columbia.

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Apr

SCHS Presents ‘Diary of a Gravedigger’

By Lura Jackson

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