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Alaine Chartrand scores bronze at Russian Grand Prix

Prescott figure skater Alaine Chartrand received a bronze medal for her performance at The Rostelecom Cup in Moscow this weekend. She sat in first place after scoring a personal best
of 61.18 during her short program on Friday and held on to stay in the top three after her long performance on Saturday. This is her first medal as a senior on the ISU Grand Prix of Figure
Skate Canada/Stephan Potopnyk photo
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Director Ian Farthing recognized for entire body of work
Ian Farthing accepts the Audrey Ashley Award in Ottawa in a photo posted on the St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival Facebook page.
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Prescott's Light Up The Night Parade
Get the details of this years Prescott's Light Up The Night Parade in this weeks Prescott Journal.
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Councillors say goodbye with fond memories
Monday night was the last official council meeting for four Town of Prescott councillors who will be stepping down from their posts. Each was presented with a painting as small token of appreciation. From left to right: Jo Anne Beckstead (retiring councillor), Ray Young (councillor), Brett Todd (mayor), Michael Dimopoulos (retiring councillor), Lee McConnell (councillor) and Robert Lawn (retiring councillor). Missing is retiring councillor Jennifer Wyman.
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Maynard student unites with bus driver for safety check

Maynard student Autumn Himes and her bus driver Walter Bocsy worked as a team in the wake of the recent Parliamentary shooting.
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Prescott women strike a winning pose at Ottawa competition
Prescott’s female bodybuilding competitors, and their coach, get together for a photo at Bats Fitness. The ladies brought home six awards from the 2014 Ottawa Bodybuilding Championships. Pictured from left to right: Janelle Vandemheen, Falyn Day, Karen Moore, coach Brent O’Reily, Debby Givenrod, Angie Rae and Jessica McCarroll.
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