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Augusta honours 47 years of hard work with top business award
Augusta honours 47 years of hard work with top business award

Augusta Township's Business of the Year Award for 2020 was recently presented to a humble couple who are quick to praise their employees.

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Local telethon raising money for Christmas needs
Local telethon raising money for Christmas needs
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Why I shouldn't judge a book by the cover
Why I shouldn't judge a book by the cover

Take a closer look.

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We need to be equal with our equality
We need to be equal with our equality

If we are going to treat everyone the same, we need to treat everyone the same.

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Regret
Regret

2020: the year of regrets?

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Leftover funds guarantee maintenance money for lighthouse
Leftover funds guarantee maintenance money for lighthouse

The rebuild of the historic Five Mile lighthouse is complete.

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On the roads of Christmas present
On the roads of Christmas present

Space is the perfect gift for truckers on the highway this season.

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Speed limits and winter-parking woes in EC
Speed limits and winter-parking woes in EC

Members of Edwardsburgh Cardinal council report they are still getting complaints about the speed limit on County Road 21 where it enters the village.

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Local tree farmer grows the spirit of Christmas for 68 years
Local tree farmer grows the spirit of Christmas for 68 years

One local family has been bringing joy into neighbouring homes for nearly 70 years.

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Edwardsburgh Cardinal currently in talks with Cogeco
Edwardsburgh Cardinal currently in talks with Cogeco

The township hopes to determine a possible solution to a funding gap which affects bringing internet to homes between Johnstown and Cardinal.

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Prescott Legion literary contest for schools goes ahead despite pandemic
Prescott Legion literary contest for schools goes ahead despite pandemic

The annual contest winners have been announced by the Prescott Legion.

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Blast from the past
Blast from the past

Sometimes you need to rekindle with yourself.

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Augusta council hears details of EEC trades program for at-risk youth
Augusta council hears details of EEC trades program for at-risk youth

'We are the Change' is an trades-based employment-preparation program for vulnerable youth.

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Provincial grant provides boost to area mental health services
Provincial grant provides boost to area mental health services

A mental health agency which services Prescott and surrounding areas was the recipient of $320,000 in funding recently.

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Enjoy the silence
Enjoy the silence

Sometimes the silence tells you exactly what you need to hear...

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St. Paul's Church to reopen popular second-hand shop
St. Paul's Church to reopen popular second-hand shop

Marie's Cupboard, a decade-old, second-hand store located on George Street is set to reopen on Friday, November 13.

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BGH cuts ribbon to new tower
BGH cuts ribbon to new tower

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the outdoor terrace of the new Level One Mental Health Care wing.

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Committee wrestles with draft Tuttle Point bylaw
Committee wrestles with draft Tuttle Point bylaw

Edwardsburgh Cardinal's Community Development Committee spent more than three hours dissecting the first draft of their new bylaws Monday.

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What would a veteran say?
What would a veteran say?

Thoughts to ponder this Remembrance season...

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United Counties will soon hold vote for warden
United Counties will soon hold vote for warden

A new warden for the council of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville will be selected this fall.

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Enbridge Gas and Augusta Fire Department team up
Enbridge Gas and Augusta Fire Department team up

Augusta Fire Department recently received 144 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms from Enbridge Gas.

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Scary Story Contest winners!
Scary Story Contest winners!

Check out our top three scary stories, written and submitted by readers!

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Augusta dedication to environment lauded at fall harvest event
Augusta dedication to environment lauded at fall harvest event

Augusta Township's vision for agricultural sustainability was called "incredible" at a celebration of World Energy Day.

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Thank you, Conan
Thank you, Conan

Publisher Kate Martelle bids farewell to longtime reporter Conan de Vries.

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Traditional Halloween fun down on the farm
Traditional Halloween fun down on the farm

Bakerfield Farms outside Prescott will be hosting a family-friendly and safe event on Halloween night.

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