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News

Pontiac Home Bakery gets TV time

Pontiac Home Bakery gets TV time

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Turnout up at Chapeau tourney

Turnout up at Chapeau tourney

Donald Teuma-Castelletti CHAPEAU July 14, 2018 Anglers in Chapeau were met with some relieving weather…

Shawville becomes suplex central

Shawville becomes suplex central

Donald Teuma-Castelletti SHAWVILLE July 14, 2018 Men in tights held others in chokeholds while shouts…

New councillor on the Island

CALEB NICKERSON CALUMET ISLAND July 16, 2018 Barely a third of the electorate headed to…

Marché Bristol Market

Marché Bristol Market

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Features

Painted Hilltop a hidden gem by Caleb Nickerson

Painted Hilltop a hidden gem by Caleb Nickerson

Deep in the hills southwest of Otter Lake, along a dirt road seemingly leading into the middle of nowhere, two sisters and their parents have started a new…

Egans overrun Quyon by Caleb Nickerson

Egans overrun Quyon by Caleb Nickerson

On July 6, over 60 members of the Irish Egan Clan gathered outside Quyon to learn about the life of one of their ancestors. The Irish diaspora was…

PHS’ 50th a trip down memory lane by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

PHS’ 50th a trip down memory lane  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Alumni and staff had the opportunity to celebrate their old stomping grounds on Saturday, when Pontiac High School (PHS) opened their doors for tours, reunions, and more as…

Learning as she goes by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Learning as she goes  by Donald Teuma-Castelletti

Showing up somewhere new is, for most, intimidating. Like the first day of school way back when, there is that inherent feeling of the need to run in…

Editorials

Work together instead of bickering

The recent brouhaha over the potential closure of a snowmobile trail linking the Municipality of Pontiac and La Pêche has exposed…

License to speak freely

The Quebec government will finally allow the province’s drivers to express themselves a little bit more. Next month, Quebec drivers will…

Chris Judd

Reputation by Chris Judd

We all spend a lifetime improving our reputation by doing good deeds, working hard, giving reliable advice, and helping those in need. However, just tell a few…

The Way We Were

The Way We Were Compiled by Bonnie Chevrier

July 14, 1993 25 Years Ago Bryson Lions and Equinox host record crowd for Community Day: Last Saturday, hundreds of visitors to Pontiac got a chance to…

Letters to the Editor

Foster Children

Dear Editor, The world has reacted with frenzy over the plight of about 2,000 children separated from their parents after illegally entering the USA. My heart goes…

Opinions

Changed on the inside

My daughter-in-law to be, Darcy, took in a stray tom cat in the fall that seemed to be near death. His ear was torn from fighting, his…