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Voters in training at École secondaire Sieur-de-Coulonge

Chris Lowrey MANSFIELD Oct. 11, 2017 Students at École secondaire Sieur-de-Coulonge, despite being too young to vote, will still get the chance to cast a ballot for their candidate of…

And they’re off: Elections officially underway

And they’re off: Elections officially underway

Caleb Nickerson PONTIAC Oct. 6, 2017 With the municipal elections fast approaching on Nov. 5, the deadline for filing nomination papers passed last Friday, Oct. 6. Over 200 people put…

Archer brings home silver

Archer brings home silver

Chris Lowrey ARGENTINA Oct. 11, 2017 Quyon archer Alexandra Paquette will be coming back to her hometown with a shiny silver medal hanging around her neck from the World Youth…

$68,000 for Heritage College Campus

$68,000 for Heritage College Campus

Caleb Nickerson CAMPBELL’S BAY Oct. 6, 2017 On Friday afternoon, it was announced that the provincial government will be more than tripling the funding for a local training facility. The…

Centre Street gets safer

Centre Street gets safer

Chris Lowrey SHAWVILLE Oct. 11, 2017 On a typical school day, students find themselves trapped in a real life version of the classic video game “Frogger” as they dodge cars…

Fréchette enters the fray for MRC Pontiac warden

Fréchette enters the fray for MRC Pontiac warden

Chris Lowrey CALUMET ISLAND Oct. 2, 2017 Former Calumet Island Mayor Pierre Fréchette officially announced his candidacy for the MRC Pontiac warden position on Oct. 2. Fréchette made the announcement…