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United Church Reverend Kathy Petrie releases a 100th Anniversary
balloon with Richard Bennett, Chair of the Trustees, and Reverend
Rosemary Lambie of the Montreal and Ottawa Conference. The balloons,
which contained a special note and contact information, were set free
to see how far they would travel. The church is hoping those who find
them will contact them to let them know how far they went.
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|Stay safe this Halloween
See our special section for tips and tricks to make haloween safer.
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|Ogdensburg charity inspires South Grenville Jammies for Christmas program
Marshall (left), the founder of Ogdensburg, New York non-profit
organization PJs 4 Xmas holds one of her penny jars with Prescott’s
Kayla Hare (lying) and Jack Carroll. Hare and Carroll are the child
founders of the new South Grenville organizations Jammies For
Christmas, which hopes to collect 800 sets of pyjamas for needy
children this winter.
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Emergency services, downtown core among hot topics for candidates
mayoral candidate Kelly Cole and incumbent Brett Todd. Along with
mayoral candidate Sandra Lawn, faced a number of questions on various
topics from constituents last Wednesday.
Dan Sovie photo
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Former Prescott resident running for Toronto council seat
Prescott resident Charles MacDonald is running for city councillor in
the Trinity-Spadina Ward 20 of downtown Toronto. Residents may
recall MacDonald’s life shattering battle when an explosion left him
with most of his body covered in third degree burns.
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First place Flyers bounce back with pair of Junior B wins
Johnny Smith tries to slip the puck past Winchester goalie Brandon Lowry during their EOJHL game Saturday night.
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