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Fort Town Night Run cancelled amid rising COVID cases in region
Fort Town Night Run cancelled amid rising COVID cases in region

The Prescott Fort Town Night Run events on September 26 and 27 have been cancelled and converted to a virtual run.

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Council discusses alternative Boundary Street parking options
Council discusses alternative Boundary Street parking options

Prescott is reconsidering proposed changes to Boundary Street parking.

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Upper Canada Folkfest debuting soon in Prescott
Upper Canada Folkfest debuting soon in Prescott

The inaugural Upper Canada Folkfest will take place on Saturday, October 3.

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It takes a village to get through a pandemic
It takes a village to get through a pandemic

A local man and his wife spent the recent months of isolation building some very special structures.

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Legion going all out to find new members, volunteers
Legion going all out to find new members, volunteers

The Prescott Legion is sending out a plea for new members and more volunteers.

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80% of UCDSB students choose in-person learning
80% of UCDSB students choose in-person learning

A recent survey results found that 80 percent of families with children attending UCDSB elementary and secondary schools are continuing with the regular day-school option.

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Sponsors needed for Spencerville Fair
Sponsors needed for Spencerville Fair

There is still time to sponsor the groundbreaking 'virtual' edition of the annual event.

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Katie's Run/Walk fundraising for a decade
Katie's Run/Walk fundraising for a decade

Last Saturday, only a few days after Hadley would have turned 41 years old, her friends observed the 10th anniversary of Hadley's passing with the annual Katie's Run/Walk at the waterfront in Prescott.

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Chip truck proposal gets the green light at EC council meeting
Chip truck proposal gets the green light at EC council meeting

Monday night's meeting of Edwardsburgh Cardinal Township Council was held at the Ingredion Centre in order to accommodate the more than 40 residents who made up two separate delegations.

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Hache a standout performer on ice, court, and drums
Hache a standout performer on ice, court, and drums

Cody Hache is a local talent with accomplishments in both music and sports.

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Time running out to fill in Augusta survey; youth opinion encouraged
Time running out to fill in Augusta survey; youth opinion encouraged

The Great Augusta Community Survey closes this Friday at 4:30 p.m.

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Speed limit change in Prescott
Speed limit change in Prescott

At a meeting Monday night of town council, it was decided that the speed limit in town will be lowered.

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Fort Town Night Run forges the way for a new way to race
Fort Town Night Run forges the way for a new way to race

The Prescott Fort Town Night Run is hosting this year's event event in a brand-new way.

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Mask-maker named a Scotiabank Hero for her efforts
Mask-maker named a Scotiabank Hero for her efforts

SPENCERVILLE - Louise Boardman has turned her hobby into a lifesaving endeavour.

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Foodbank receives 1,500 masks via Cardinal-China connection
Foodbank receives 1,500 masks via Cardinal-China connection

1,500 medical-office-grade, one-time-use masks have been donated to South Grenville Food Bank.

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Husband-wife duo a hit with local music fans
Husband-wife duo a hit with local music fans

Pam Foster and Donald Wachenschwanz, husband-wife duo Uother2, are steadily gaining popularity among the local music scene.

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COVID stressors result in a rise of depression, anxiety for locals
COVID stressors result in a rise of depression, anxiety for locals

Recently local health-care professionals are seeing a rise in anxiety and depression due to the special circumstances resulting from coronavirus.

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Sales of homemade masks turn into large donation to food bank
Sales of homemade masks turn into large donation to food bank

Over 600 cotton face masks have been hand crafted by Prescott seamstress and quilter Pat Lemaire.

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Local entertainer loses sight, gains fans
Local entertainer loses sight, gains fans

What endears Ryan James to audiences is something that can't be taught.

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Local outreach efforts targeted towards isolated youth and families
Local outreach efforts targeted towards isolated youth and families

The local organization has been distributing self-care packages and food baskets throughout the area.

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Unsung heroes proud to work at Augusta transfer stations
Unsung heroes proud to work at Augusta transfer stations

The employees at the stations are working hard for the community during this time.

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Local man raising funds for first responders
Local man raising funds for first responders

Steve Barkley has given thanks privately many times over the years for his experience with first responders. Now he's going public. Again.

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Painted rocks on a positive roll
Painted rocks on a positive roll

Some parents are finding it hard to keep their children busy during this extended March break, but one family has found a way to have some fun while bringing smiles to their neighbours.

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Annual campaign raises funds for food bank
Annual campaign raises funds for food bank

A group of friends from Cardinal have been getting together every year to support the local food bank's Bottles for Babies Recycling program.

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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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