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Progress update for the new KPS

At the Upper Canada District School Board’s meeting last week, Trustees were informed of the progress on the new Kemptville Public School to be...
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Armoury renovations progressing

The renovation of the old Armoury Building in Riverside Park, now the Blake Williamson Memorial Hall, is continuing. These photographs show how far the work...

Licensing complaints – door-to-door sales

The North Grenville Emergency & Protective Services Department has received several complaints recently about water filter services companies going door-to-door under the pretext of...
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Birds of prey at FFC

The Friends of the Ferguson Forest Centre held their second Free-Flying Birds of Prey show last weekend, and attracted the enormous crowd of around...
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Giving thanks for Canada

Maplewood Park in Oxford Mills was the site of a service of thanksgiving by local Christians last Sunday morning. Gathering to give thanks for...
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Students sell upcycled items at Geronimo

Earrings, scarves, wine sleeves, bookmarks and more are for sale at Geronimo on Prescott Street in Kemptville, all made by students at École Rivière...
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Sons and Daughters for Canada 150

When Kemptville celebrated its 150th anniversary back in 2007, the North Grenville Historical Society noted the year by compiling a Time Capsule, which...
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Changes at KYC

by Pat Henderson “When One Door Closes Another Door Opens”. Famously quoted by Alexander Graham Bell, it fits with the change that is happening at...

Robotics at Oxford-on-Rideau

A very exciting approach to extending education at Oxford-on-Rideau Public School in Oxford Mills has been taking shape over the past few months. “Oxford...

KDHA Hey Day 2017 THANK YOU!

by Jolene Stover On June 8 and 9, the 57th Annual Hey Day yard sale was held at the NG Curling Club. Organized by the...