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Bikers prepare to leave King Street on Saturday morning and head out for a rally around the region. Motorcycle enthusiasts roared into Prescott this past weekend in support of the “Bikes for Beats” fundraiser in support of Brockville General Hospital’s Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. 
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How is it that the 2015 season of the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival has come to an end so quickly?
The Trebles of Dibble Street with an entertaining song and dance just before the second Act of A Comedy of Errors. 
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Local firefighters leave residents with big boots to fill
Local fire departments will once again be canvassing in support of Muscular Dystrophy at area event this fall.
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Prescott & District Soccer Association playoff results
U11 PDSA Playoff Champions Dr. Mac’s  Attackers. Team includes Wylie Morton, Thomas Dishaw, Vincent Lavigne, James Dobson, Jacob Legault, Kyle Typhair, Owen Gallagher, Peyton Veltkamp, Mallory Kirkby, Daphne McMullen, Olivia Burnside, Anna Dishaw, Kaylee Moorhouse, coach Justin Kirkby and Chris Veltkamp.
Skyler Fraser photo
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Wayback Wednesday

Spencerville Fair Queen rules Ontario

From the Prescott Journal, August 23, 1995
 Last year’s Spencerville Fair Queen, Angela Hunter, finished first among 98 contestants at the Canadian National Exhibition’s Ambassador of the Fair competition over the weekend. Ms. Hunter, who said she was “totally blown away” by the victory, is the first Spencerville Fair Queen to win the annual provincial competition.

Archived photo
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2015 Federal Election a positive sign of the times for some local business owners
The upcoming federal election provides extra income to several area business owners.
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