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MP and local mayors make a power play to preserve local hockey traditions


Cody Adams and the Prescott Flyers are looking to stay alive tonight as they host the Casselman Vikings in Game 4 of their John Shorey Cup Finals series. The Gill Cup champion Flyers are down 3-0 in the series.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Lane trial resumes
Nancy Lane exits the Elgin St. courthouse in Ottawa during her murder trial. The trial of the former Prescott Councillor resumed Monday after a one-week recess for March Break. Lane is accused of murder in the 2009 death of her late husband, Art, who was a union negotiator. Prosecutors are alleging that Lane had a relationship with a “gigolo and con man” from the Dominican Republic, and that she administered a lethal cocktail of drugs to her ill husband to cash in on a $200,000 life insurance policy. Lane had presented the death of her ill husband as an assisted suicide or mercy killing.
Mike Carroccetto photo
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Prescott Journal graphics guru and photographer- savante Skyler Fraser has been completely overcome by Hamburglar Fever. Fraser has been making several runs to the Prescott McDonald’s each day this week, and is often overheard muttering “robble robble” at his desk. He did not throw any hamburgers on the ice after the Leafs-Sens game Saturday, saying “Phil Kessel would just eat them all anyway.”
Skyler Fraser McSelfie
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Winners of the 4-Way Test Essay Contest, and the Winning Essays

Jamie Nurse, Meredith Puddy, Veronica Gordonier, Makayla Markell, Jocob Morasse, Natalie Dumouchel, Harvey Sims, Bob Dayman.
Skyler Fraser photo
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 Wayback Wednesday

Cubs’ marksmen


From the Prescott Journal, March 24, 1965 – Robert Shaw, left, and Bobby Thompson collected the goals needed to give the Cubs the Squirt League championship in the finals in Brockville Sunday afternoon. Robert tied the score 1-1 in the last period and Bobby’s overtime goal was the winning marker.
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Public Gallery empty despite full agenda at E-C Council meeting
Mr. Robert Lucey, Senior Consultant, Bob, Claire & Company Inc. addresses E-C Council and responds to questions regarding the By-law for the Site Plan Control Agreement for the planned establishment of a craft distillery at 5 Newport Road.
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