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Kiwanis Club reunion set for August 20
Kiwanis Club reunion set for August 20

There will be many memories relived and friendships renewed at a reunion later this month of members of Prescott's former Kiwanis Club.

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Greenergy fueling growth in South Grenville area
Greenergy fueling growth in South Grenville area

Greenergy has announced the building of a new rail-to-road fuel supply terminal in Johnstown. The new investment will be an instrumental step in increasing local fuel supply to the region.

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Rotary Club continues to support the Prescott community
Rotary Club continues to support the Prescott community

The Rotary Club of Prescott may be no longer, but Prescott remains very much a part of the Rotary family.

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Stephanie Mitton Seeks Conservative Nomination in Leeds--Grenville--Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes
Stephanie Mitton Seeks Conservative Nomination in Leeds--Grenville--Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes

Stephanie Mitton (née Ryan) announced today her candidacy for the Conservative Party of Canada's nomination in the riding of Leeds--Grenville--Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes today.

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Michael Barrett announces nomination for federal Conservatives
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Michael Barrett announces nomination for federal Conservatives

BROCKVILLE - Michael Barrett is ready to take the road less travelled.

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OPP confirm 2nd death in highway 401 bus crash
OPP confirm 2nd death in highway 401 bus crash

The Grenville County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) can confirm that an additional passenger has died as a result of the motor vehicle collision on highway 401.

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Town of Prescott Appoints Chief Administrative Officer/Treasurer
Town of Prescott Appoints Chief Administrative Officer/Treasurer

(PRESCOTT) The Town of Prescott is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Armstrong to the position of Chief Administrative Officer/Treasurer effective May 31, 2018.

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Town of Prescott CAO Announces Retirement
Town of Prescott CAO Announces Retirement

Town of Prescott CAO Announces Retirement

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Canadian Coast Guard recruiting trainees for Marine Communications and Traffic Services in Prescott
Canadian Coast Guard recruiting trainees for Marine Communications and Traffic Services in Prescott

The Canadian Coast Guard is hiring! Anyone with an interest in a marine career and who wants to work ashore may be interested in pursuing this opportunity as a Marine Communications and Traffic Services (MCTS) Officer.

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Coffee to go!
Coffee to go!

"Roll up the rim" winner Kevin Saunders of Iroquois accepts the keys to a new Honda Civic from Shawn and Lisa Lockett, owners of the Prescott Tim Horton's.

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Clark supports Habitat's plan to expand home ownership
Clark supports Habitat's plan to expand home ownership

(QUEEN'S PARK) - Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark has asked the Minister of Housing if he will support a proposal by Habitat for Humanity Ontario to make the dream of home ownership a reality for more families.

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Plane crash on Froom Road
Plane crash on Froom Road

Froom Road, just east of Cardinal, was buzzing with first-responders late Tuesday morning.

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CSE job fair brings together job seekers and employers
CSE job fair brings together job seekers and employers

The welcoming and expert staff at Prescott's CSE Consulting - (l-r) Rod Palmer, Kelly MacGregor, Shelly Byrne and Julie Marshall - are ready and able to help anybody in the area looking for work and employers looking for new hires.

JOURNAL PHOTO/DE VRIES

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St. John's Church opens doors to Canadian first responders
St. John's Church opens doors to Canadian first responders

Jim Grant and Rev. Dr. Edward Murray from St. John's United Church. The Cardinal church is launching a first responders PTSD outreach in February.

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Child pornography charges at Johnstown bridge

News release from the OPP - Possession of Child Pornography Charges

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WATERSHED CONDITIONS: WATER SAFETY STATEMENT
WATERSHED CONDITIONS: WATER SAFETY STATEMENT

South Nation Conservation cautions that watercourses are expected to rise over the next week due to above-freezing temperatures and rainfall.

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