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Rodeo Active!



One of the participants in this year’s Spencerville Stampede warms up prior to Sunday’s main event at the George Drummond Memorial Grounds. Warm sunshine and good crowds provided a backdrop for the most successful rodeo in the three year history of the event.

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Not the car, but it’s still a good win
Russell Bass wins $2,000 for being the first to fill his card in the final jackpot game at the Giant Bingo held in the Leo Boivin Community Centre on Saturday afternoon. It took 57 numbers to fill the card.
Tim Ruhnke photo
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Christmas in July at the Prescott Farmers Market
Santa gets a birds-eye view of a parrot as part of the Christmas in July celebrations at the Farmer’s Market Saturday.
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Service calls in town down by 14 per cent
Among those who attended the Prescott Police Services Board meeting on Thursday: from left, OPP Inspector Bill Bolton, Staff Sergeant Mike Francis and board member Ray Young.
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Shakespeare’s seven shows a week plus the Sunday Series


Camille Beauchamp performs a contemporary scene during the Revelers Showcase at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church on Sunday. Beauchamp, who is appearing in both of the Shakespeare festival’s main-stage productions this season, is a graduate of the musical theatre program at St. Lawrence College.
Tim Ruhnke photo
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Community comes together as Prescott Golf Club celebrates 75 years
Prescott Golf Club President Jim Duncan tees off at the first hole as part of the 75th Anniversary celebrations Friday evening.
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