Clipper squads open season

by Phil Stuart

The University of Maine at Machias men’s and women’s soccer squads opened their 2017 season on Sept. 2 at home against the Central Maine Community College Mustangs while the volleyball squad traveled to Bangor for a match-up with the College of St. Joseph’s at Newman Gym on the Husson University campus.

New UMM men’s soccer coach picked up his first win coaching the Clippers on opening day when his team hosted the Central Maine Community College Mustangs of Auburn.

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Mugford captures tourney win

by Phil Stuart

Nate Mugford of Bucks Harbor recently captured the Annual Jim Merrill Tournament at Barren View Golf Club in Jonesboro with a low gross score of 72. Mugford won by five strokes over by runner-up Lenny Espling of Jonesboro.

Harry Beal of Columbia Falls supplemented his income with a big payday finishing with a low gross score of 59 and a two stroke advantage over Cooper’s Tom Viselli.

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Races galore in the fall

by Phil Stuart

Although there are not too many local road races Downeast in the fall, they are pretty abundant in other areas.

The Suddy 5K will be held in Eastport Saturday, Sept. 9. The one - mile Fun Run will start at Shead High School at 8:45 a.m. The 5K is slated to start at 9 a.m. The starting line is down over the hill from Shead High School. The race goes down through the South end before doing a loop back to Shead High by way of Water Street and Clark Street.

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Cards-Bruins in 1965 final

by Phil Stuart

The top seeded Cutler Cardinals and the second seeded Machias Bruins squared off in the 1965 Quoddy Base League final after semi-final wins over Pleasant Point and Bucks Harbor Air Base. Cutler finished the regular season with 10-2 record followed by Machias 9-3, Pleasant Point 9-3 and Bucks Harbor Air Force 7-5. Cutler journeyed to Pleasant Point to start the 1965 playoffs with a double header against the Indians.

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Acadia Brain Care offers alternative approach to learning difficulties

by Lura Jackson

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Penobscot Fly Fishers

By V. Paul Reynolds

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Groups drug recovery center opens

A new outpatient drug recovery center opened its doors in Machias this month. Groups is a clinic which uses a combination of group therapy and Suboxone to help people struggling with opiate addiction. Photo by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

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Verizon Wireless quietly backing out of Downeast

 

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

This week, Downeast customers of Verizon Wireless received letters stating that their cellular service contracts would be cancelled effective Oct. 17. The letters were titled “Important information regarding interruption to your service.”

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Community mobilizes to help Machias woman save eyesight

 

by Sarah Craighead Dedmon

Shelbie Ross will be traveling to New York City this month for a six-hour surgery to remove a tumor that is sitting on her right optic nerve. Now, friends, family and neighbors are mobilizing to help Ross cover the costs she will encounter as a result of the brain tumor, called a Suprasellar Meningioma. Doctors expect the tumor to be non-cancerous, but if it is not removed quickly Ross could lose her vision. 

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50 any-deer permits to be issued in coastal District 27

 

by Nancy Beal

When deer hunting begins in Maine next month, for the first time in over 30 years it will be lawful to shoot a female. In a drawing held last week (Sept. 8), 50 names were plucked and issued any-deer permits for Maine Department of Inland Fish and Game Wildlife Management District 27. WMD 27, often called the Downeast District, stretches from Gouldsboro to Calais and includes the 733 square miles south of the former Maine Central Railroad, now the Sunrise Trail. Tom Schaeffer is its regional biologist.

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