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Local students wow at annual competition
Local students wow at annual competition

Some of this region's most articulate young people gave some fascinating speeches last week.

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Family agricultural legacy lives on in Spencerville
Family agricultural legacy lives on in Spencerville

SPENCERVILLE - Local farmers, beekeepers and gardening buffs can relax - a thriving feed and seed outlet has returned to the area.

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Break-in at Nick's Restaurant
Break-in at Nick's Restaurant

Officers from the Prescott Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of break and enter at Nick's Restaurant

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A battle fought, a battle won
A battle fought, a battle won

Six months after surviving the fight of his life, Journal columnist Jeff Morris shares his story about what it means to beat cancer.

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Town of Prescott intends to sell Health Centre as surplus land
Town of Prescott intends to sell Health Centre as surplus land

The Town of Prescott declared the real property located at 555 King Street West (commonly known as the Health Centre--front building only) as surplus to the needs of the Corporation of the Town of Prescott.

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From the Mayors February 5, 2020
From the Mayors February 5, 2020

See what your South Grenville mayors have to say this week!

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Local network helps families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
Local network helps families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

The Rural FASD Support Network will be heading to Toronto later this month to make a presentation to members of the provincial legislature at Queen's Park.

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Rangers continue to dominate as regular season winds down
Rangers continue to dominate as regular season winds down

The Rangers found victory in both outings this past weekend.

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Rangers look to continue streak
Rangers look to continue streak

The South Grenville Rangers are hoping to stretch their winning streak tomorrow

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BGH responds to coronavirus
BGH responds to coronavirus

BGH releases statement on coronavirus preparedness.

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From the Mayors Jan 29, 2020
From the Mayors Jan 29, 2020

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

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Prescott awards season opening for nominations
Prescott awards season opening for nominations

The town will name a Citizen of the Year, a Volunteer of the Year and a Business of the Year.

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OPP searching for missing Brockville resident
OPP searching for missing Brockville resident

Josh HAWKINS was last seen on January 28, 2018.

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Local foster parents needed
Local foster parents needed

Family and Children's Services of Lanark, Leeds and Grenville is undertaking a recruitment campaign.

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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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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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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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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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Overwhelming
Overwhelming

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

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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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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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