July 2016

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02
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Alexander/Crawford

Cassie Oakes

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02
Jul

The Great Ball Bonanza Will Be Rolling Through Calais

By Jayna Smith

 

Work continues on the new Family Dollar Tree. The building is situated at the corner of Union and Main Streets. (Photo by Jayna Smith).

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02
Jul

Free Summer Meals for Kids Offered at CES

By Jayna Smith

Mrs. Susan Giles, left, will be preparing and cooking free breakfasts and lunches at CES for those 18 and younger.  She is pictured with school principal Mrs. Sue Carter.  (Photo by Jayna Smith)

 

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02
Jul

Princeton’s Fresh Water Festival

By Camille Howard

 

Sandra Smith and Amanda Riser. (Submitted photo).

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02
Jul

National Council on Fireworks Safety Encourages Safe and Fun Fourth of July Celebrations

The number of Americans planning to use backyard fireworks this Fourth of July is expected to hit an all-time high. In preparation for holiday celebrations, The National Council on Fireworks Safety (NCFS) encourages consumers to review all safety tips before purchasing and using fireworks.

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02
Jul

The Heroism of Michael Monsoor

 On June 18th, more than a thousand people came together on the bank of the Kennebec River to both celebrate the christening of the newest Navy ship built at Bath Iron Works and honor the man for whom it’s named.

Sat
02
Jul

Calais Resident Named Maine Cherry Blossom Princess

By Lura Jackson

 

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02
Jul

St. Croix Valley Relay to Meet Fundraising Goal

The Relay For Life of St. Croix Valley is expected to meet its fundraising goal for 2016. “…As of right now, we’ve raised $20,921,” announced Marianne Moore at Saturday night’s closing ceremonies. Moore, who is the event’s local Planning Committee Chairperson, said that funds would continue to trickle in over the next few days and weeks.

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13
Jul

New EPA Proposal Could Cost Washington County More Than Just Jobs

By Amy Jeanroy

 

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