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Prescott war medal returns home



Legion President Frank Murphy, along with poppy chairman Rose Phillips, receives a Second World War Memorial Cross awarded to the family of Prescott flying officer Robert Webb. The presentation was made by Mayor Brett Todd, who secured the medal from an online auction originally brought to the town’s attention through an article in the Prescott Journal. Webb, who died while serving in the war, was the son of Walter George Webb and Ruby Marguerite (Lake) Webb.

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Local newspaper icon and historian Robin Morris passes away
Robin Morris
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It was six of one and a half a dozen of the other for the Prescott Flyers on the weekend
Flyer Goalie Dallas Black had a busy afternoon in Prescott Sunday facing the high scoring Casselman Vikings.
Joe Martelle photo
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A Country Christmas Remembered increased local business
Vistors gather at ArtScene in Spencerville, including someone on the balcony, preparing for the annual A Country Christmas Remembered evening parade.
Helen Mott photo
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Contest Winner!!


Abigail Grant is the winner of the Prescott Journal’s Ugly Sweater Contest. She won four tickets to check out Disney Live - Mickey’s Music Festival at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. For the past 10 days we asked for photos of ugly sweaters and we had everything from glow-in-the-dark ones to Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Congratulations Abigail and thank you to all who entered the contest. Hope you enjoy ugly sweater season. 
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Christmas Greetings
See this week's issue of the Prescott Journal for a showcase of the Christmas-themed artistic talents of students in the South Grenville area!

Charlotte Eyre, a Grade 5 student from St. Lawrence Academy, drew this picture
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