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Flag relay raises funds for Special Olympics

The Knights of Columbus once again showed their support of the Special Olympics at the annual Knights of Columbus Flag Relay that was held recently in Prescott.

Towed vehicle leads to arrest in Prescott

A dispute between a Prescott tow truck company and a 30 year old Prescott resident leads to arrest.

Overwhelming

Editor Joe Martelle talks community support in this week's Editor's Notebook

Prescott budget talks continue: fire department, recreation, and garbage bags

Budget discussions continued at a recent meeting of Prescott's committee of the whole.

Local News

Towed vehicle leads to arrest in Prescott

Towed vehicle leads to arrest in Prescott

A dispute between a Prescott tow truck company and a 30 year old Prescott resident leads to arrest.

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Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs unable to open some local trails

Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs unable to open some local trails

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Prescott budget talks continue: fire department, recreation, and garbage bags

Prescott budget talks continue: fire department, recreation, and garbage bags

Budget discussions continued at a recent meeting of Prescott's committee of the whole.

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Prescott property taxes to be amended due to glitch

Prescott property taxes to be amended due to glitch

A computer glitch means Prescott residents will see a small adjustment in their tax bill next month.

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Boomers celebrates happy endings and new beginnings January 11

Boomers celebrates happy endings and new beginnings January 11

There will be a retirement party held for Donna Saturday Jan 11 from 2-6PM at Boomers Sports Bar & Restaurant

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Prescott annual drinking water review

Prescott annual drinking water review

Prescott's CAO and treasurer, Matthew Armstrong, outlined the conclusions of the annual review of the town's drinking water quality management system, which was conducted last month.

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Prescott talks emergency management plans

Town council had a brief discussion last week about the annual report on Prescott's emergency management plans.

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Prescott driver honoured

Prescott's Laurie Clifford was honoured at town hall Monday night for his brave and selfless actions last year when he and a fellow truck driver happened upon the scene of a fatal traffic accident.

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Prescott Town Hall

Prescott Town Hall

See what your local mayors have say this week in South Grenville!

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Province revokes ED-19 Environmental Assessment

Province revokes ED-19 Environmental Assessment

On December 16, 2019 Jeff Yurek, the Minister of Environment, Conservation and Parks, wrote to the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville informing the Counties of his decision to revoke the 1998 environmental assessment approval for ED-19.

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Sports

Putting team first continues to benefit Rangers

Putting team first continues to benefit Rangers

Outscoring their opponents 18-5 over the weekend, the South Grenville Rangers continued their dominance of the National Capital Junior Hockey League (NCJHL).

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Shipclark right at home with South Grenville

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Rangers continue winning games and fans

Rangers continue winning games and fans

Being with the Rangers from the onset, Cameron Dillon can relate to growing as a player and as a team.

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Being a Ranger on and off the ice

Being a Ranger on and off the ice

For the captain of the South Grenville Rangers, it is about a lot more than just playing the game.

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Community News

Flag relay raises funds for Special Olympics

Flag relay raises funds for Special Olympics

The Knights of Columbus once again showed their support of the Special Olympics at the annual Knights of Columbus Flag Relay that was held recently in Prescott.

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Spencerville Agricultural Society hosts AGM today

Spencerville Agricultural Society hosts AGM today

Monday, January 20th, 2020 at 7:30 p.m.

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New funding supports local mental health & addictions services

New funding supports local mental health & addictions services

Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark says Ontario's Government for the People is providing funding for desperately needed mental health and addictions services on the ground, in schools, communities and health centres across the province.

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Lifestyle

Ethan Claymore brings Christmas to Upper Canada Playhouse

Ethan Claymore brings Christmas to Upper Canada Playhouse

Ethan Claymore's Christmas is an entirely original work, written by one of Canada's favourite playwrights, Norm Foster, but audiences will no doubt see in the show elements of other classic Christmas tales.

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Opinion

Overwhelming

Overwhelming

Editor Joe Martelle talks community support in this week's Editor's Notebook

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Tough times don't last, tough people do

Tough times don't last, tough people do

From the outside, it might seem like the oddest of friendships.

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A tale of two women

A tale of two women

Editor Joe Martelle addresses local speculation in this edition of his Editor's Notebook.

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Business

Pathways to Production program offers skills and experience

Pathways to Production program offers skills and experience

The Economic Development Offices from Brockville, Gananoque, Prescott and the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville, along with Employment and Education Centre, CSE Consulting, KEYS Employment Centre, St. Lawrence College and Eastern Workforce Innovation Board are working together to support manufacturing labour demands in our area.

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