March 2017

Thu
16
Mar

“Logan” Doesn’t Disappoint

 

 

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Thu
23
Mar

WOODLAND LADY DRAGON ACTION PHOTOS AT CROSS CENTER

 

Photo: RIGHT: Junior Shaye Beers penetrates the lane after beating Pirate sophomore Sara Almirante. Shaye had 4-steals, 3-assists and 2-points against PCHS. (Photo by John Rogers).

Thu
23
Mar

WOODLAND LADY DRAGON ACTION PHOTOS AT CROSS CENTER

Photo: Freshman Summer Woodruff shoots against Pirate Shanoah Hill at Bangor. (Photo by John Rogers).

Thu
23
Mar

Woodland Rec. Dept. Calendar

 

WED.  MARCH 22:

6:30 pm: EXERCISE / AEROBICS, WES GYM

THURS. MARCH 23:

2:30 pm: PEE WEE BB, GR. K /1; WES

FRI. MARCH 24:

3:30 pm: GR. 4 / 6 OPEN GYM BB; WES GYM 

SAT. MARCH 25:

Thu
23
Mar

JHS Dragons Win Downeast Credit Union Tourney

 

Recover from Opening Loss To Win 2017 Event

 

Thu
23
Mar

Calais International Grades 7-8 Boys Tournament

 

Antigonish Defeats Dexter In Championship 44-28

 

Eleven teams entered the 37th Annual Calais Recreation 7-8th grade basketball tournament this past weekend while competing in the CHS and CES gymnasiums. 

Calais 41Machias 26

Narraguagus 42Lubec 20

Thu
23
Mar

Woodland Rec. Notes

 

1.) Women’s volleyball league. April 3, 10, 17, 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the WHS gym.

2.) Grade 2-3 basketball. March 28, April 4, 11, 18 and 25 at 2:30 p.m. at WES gym.

3.) Grade kindergarten to 1 basketball. March 23, 30, April 6 at 2:30 p.m. at WES gym.

Thu
23
Mar

PHYLLIS M. GREENLAW

 Baileyville & Haines City, FL - Phyllis M. (Harriman) Greenlaw, 69, beloved wife, mother, sister, nana, and friend, passed away on Wednesday, March 15th 2017, at Stillwater Healthcare in Bangor. 

Thu
23
Mar

ETHEL J. POTTER JARVIS

Baileyville – Ethel Jean Potter Jarvis, 96, passed away Monday, March 13, 2017 at Passamaquoddy Lodge in St. Andrews, N.B.  Ethel was born in Fredericton Junction, NB on September 4, 1920, daughter of Harry and Maretta (Cunningham) Gillis.

Thu
23
Mar

WCCC Celebrates Pi Day with Pie

The staff and faculty of Washington County Community College rallied to create a memorable event on campus with the first annual Pi(e) day. Initially planned to be held on March 14th in honor of the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, abbreviated as 3.14, the event was postponed to the 15th due to weather. 

Thu
23
Mar

Why You NEED to Get a Colonoscopy

 

By: Joseph Dougherty, General Surgeon

 

Thu
23
Mar

Calais Celtic Concerts to Host Newfoundland's Legendary “Irish Descendants”

 

Thu
23
Mar

Senator Collins Visits Area, Wabenaki Center and Princeton Elementary School

Photo: Senator Collins poses with employees of Maine Indian Education in Calais upon receiving two books written in the Passamaquoddy Language. (Photo by Jarod Farn-Guillette)


By Jarod Farn-Guillette

 

Thu
23
Mar

Calais Methodist Homes Photos

Circa 1983 from l-r (Arlo Bates or Mack Moody, Harry Leddington, Ralph Bayliss, Mike Wilson, Roy Pike, Charles Laslie and Harold Silverman break ground on new construction at Palmer Lane. (Photo courtesy of Methodist Homes).


Thu
23
Mar

Robbinston Grange Fundraiser

(Photo by Maureen Gildea)


Thu
23
Mar

Mitchell CHS Poetry Out loud Winner

Thu
23
Mar

US Veteran Hero Now Residing in Columbia Falls

Photo: Brenda Gove meeting Peter from Open House on St. Patrick's Day at Dun Dreamin Farm.

By Laurie Pike

Thu
23
Mar

Hannah Weston Chapter Meeting

 

 

Members of the Hannah Weston Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution will gather for a regular meeting at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4th at the  Whiting Town Hall  and Office.

Thu
23
Mar

“Beauty and the Beast” an Old Tale Retold

 

By Kaileigh Deacon

 

Disney has been taking older movies, especially animated or partially animated, and remaking them. For many of us Disney fans this is a mix of excitement about our favorite films being live action but nervousness about whether they will ruin it or not. 

Thu
23
Mar

FAPCO's 90th Anniversary Celebration Begins Friday, March 31

 

 

 FAPCO will begin celebrating our 90th anniversary on the ninetieth day of 2017, Friday, March 31,  with an open house. All eight of our offices will be hosting open houses throughout the day with raffle item(s) and giveaways for those who stop by to visit.  Also, there will be coffee and donuts among the various refreshments. 

Thu
23
Mar

Historical Society 1935

Photo: A week later Calais’ famous Opera House suffered the same fate. Again the firemen were compelled to try to save the surrounding buildings. The Advertiser reports “It became apparent that to prevent a general conflagration that the firemen must concentrate on nearby buildings.

Thu
16
Mar

CHS Academic Decathlon

 

Photo: Front row: Coach Stanley Sluzenski, Samantha Look, Marisa Mitchell, Riley Sluzenski, Coach Stephanie Griffin. Back row: Devon Carrier, Dylan Carrier, Emily Mitchell, Colt Delaney. 

Thu
16
Mar

SCRTC SkillsUSA

Photo: Front row: Riley Sluzenski, Sydney Farrar, Alyssa Rocha, Kayli Doten, Katie Cavanaugh, James Beal. Back row: Creston Shoaf-Smith, Isaac Curtis, John Moholland, William Cooke.

Thu
16
Mar

Hungry for Health 2016 Raises Over $6,100 For Substance Prevention

 

Healthy Acadia would like to thank our incredible partners and community members for their support of Hungry for Health 2016.  The campaign raised more than $6,122.20* to support substance misuse prevention, education, and treatment programming across Hancock and Washington counties.

Thu
16
Mar

WCCC Graduate Unifies Teaching and Technology

The technological advances of the past two decades have had a dramatic effect on our ability to teach one another. Students and teachers can interact from virtually anywhere around the globe, sharing and gaining knowledge at a rate no longer bound by the limits of a physical classroom.

Thu
16
Mar

UMM and WCCC Sign Agreement


Photo: Rear left: Dr. Alex Clifford, Dean of Academic Affairs at WCCC; rear right: Susan Mingo, Dean of Enrollment Services at WCCC; front left: WCCC President Joseph Cassidy; front right: UMM President Sue Husman

Thu
16
Mar

Audit Finds Over $160,000 in Taxes Collected in Error

By Lura Jackson

 

The most recent audit revealed that the city has inadvertently collected just over $160,000 extra in taxes from Calais residents. The discovery was revealed at a city council meeting on March 9th when RKO auditor Hank Farrah relayed the findings of the audit.

Thu
16
Mar

Shakespeare Play at CES

Photo: Friday, February 10th, local thespians put on a rendition of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night at Calais Elementary School. (Photo by Jarod Farn-Guillette).

Thu
16
Mar

Troop J Police Report

 

Number of Calls for Service: 138 Number of Warrant Arrests: 3 Number of Accidents: 15 Number of OUI/OAS Arrests: 2 Number of Burglaries: 1.

Thu
16
Mar

CMHS Band Holds Annual Spaghetti Dinner

Photo: On Tuesday night the Calais Middle/High School Band held their annual spaghetti supper at the Congregational Church. The event was put together by the students in the band program as well as their parents. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon). 

By Kaileigh Deacon

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