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Taking care of business

Time never stands still. The only constant in life is change. Nostalgia ain’t what it used to be. So many ways of thinking about...

I read the news today….

As we go to print (Monday night), Canada Post has postponed its decision to lock out its employees, which would have meant that there...

One way or another

It has been an interesting couple of weeks in the neighbourhood. Mayor Gordon, or rather Warden Gordon, raised an issue and a lot of...

Cheers to local media

by Deron Johnston Every time that we pick up a local paper that is dedicated to informing their readers of the local issues, local events...

United we stand

One month down and eleven more to go, and already we’re seeing some movement in this green and growing community of ours. Ideas are...

On oil prices, poverty and the strong Canadian economy

By Heather Sansom While procrastinating really, just thinking that despite the trendy panic (peer pressure, group think, propaganda dare I say, maybe even social bullying)...


Yes, summer has arrived at last. And it’s not only the hot weather that tells me that: there’s also the extremely busy weekends that...
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We can’t afford to wait

The recent Rural Summit was a first step in a process by which we need to identify the issues and concerns of the rural...

Dancing in the dark

It seems that the speculation about the future of Kemptville College will not be easily stopped. In spite of continual reassurances from municipal staff...
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Dazed and confused

This is a very confusing time of the year. On the one hand, we’re all looking forward to Christmas and all that means. On...
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