Walk on

Happy New Year and welcome to the first edition of the Times for 2021. To be honest, I wasn’t sure about wishing you a...

Respect

There was a genuine touch of irony in the news that, just the day before the public “consultation” was to be held regarding the...

Jailhouse blues

The news that the provincial government are planning a major correctional facility in Kemptville came as a genuine shock to the community. Even the...
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Coming back to you

There is an intriguing mix of news in this issue of the Times. On the one hand, there’s a very positive piece from Mayor,...

Not on the radar

by Deron Johnston I sat down with a downtown Kemptville resident this week in a local coffee shop. I asked him what subject was important...

Everybody knows

When we started the NG Times, we called it “The Voice of North Grenville” because we wanted it to be just that. It seemed...

Walking down the line

by Nancy Peckford When we moved to North Grenville six years ago, we decided to buy a house in Old Town Kemptville. Apart from its...
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For what it’s worth

Last week’s coverage of the Kemptville BIA Budget issue seems to have generated some heat, as well as some light. It will be remembered...

Who knows where the time goes?

Time plays strange tricks on us. Last week, without warning, it struck me that it has been forty years since John Lennon was murdered....
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Shiny Things

by Deron Johnston In a recent interview given by the Mayor of North Grenville in the Kemptville Advance, he chatted about the coming year and...