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By Lura Jackson  “For the good of the many, so give the few,” sang the CMHS chorus during a moving presentation honoring the many veterans of Eastern Washington County on Friday, November 3rd. The annual presentation, held in the cafeteria, was well-attended by local veterans and their... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   While they were made to last – as much as anything made from paper can be – the original city records of Calais were in pretty rough shape until recently, when the St. Croix Historical Society [SCHS] made an effort to preserve the documents. The three re-bound books were... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Sometimes life can throw curveballs we don’t expect, sending us in unanticipated directions and inevitably providing us with experiences that shape our futures. Such was the case for Bill Gibson, who signed up for the Army with the intention of heading to Vietnam, but wound up... + continue reading
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Last Saturday was the Charlotte Craft Fair held at the Charlotte Elementary School. Crafters were there selling their unique items. On occasion the crafters bring their work with them so attendees can see what goes into making the items their purchasing. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon) [[{"type":"... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   This Halloween proved to be a memorable one for many community members in the extended Calais area as organizations rallied to put on a number of events for children and adults alike to enjoy. Some events have become annual favorites while others were held for the first... + continue reading

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By Lura Jackson  “For the good of the many, so give the few,” sang the CMHS chorus during a moving presentation honoring the many veterans of Eastern Washington County on Friday, November 3rd. The annual presentation, held in the cafeteria, was well-attended by local veterans and their families and Calais students of all ages. The event is... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson   While they were made to last – as much as anything made from paper can be – the original city records of Calais were in pretty rough shape until recently, when the St. Croix Historical Society [SCHS] made an effort to preserve the documents. The three re-bound books were presented to City Manager Jim Porter this past week... + continue reading
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By Lura Jackson Sometimes life can throw curveballs we don’t expect, sending us in unanticipated directions and inevitably providing us with experiences that shape our futures. Such was the case for Bill Gibson, who signed up for the Army with the intention of heading to Vietnam, but wound up being stationed in Hawaii for two years instead.... + continue reading
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Last Saturday was the Charlotte Craft Fair held at the Charlotte Elementary School. Crafters were there selling their unique items. On occasion the crafters bring their work with them so attendees can see what goes into making the items their purchasing. (Photo by Kaileigh Deacon) [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"3052","... + continue reading

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Veterans Assembly Held at CMHS

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