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The Minister of Environment, Water and Climate Change approved PEIEC’s (Prince Edward Island Energy Corporation’s) proposed 30 megawatt Eastern Kings wind farm project. However, a special development permit application still needs to be approved by Eastern Kings Council.

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Police performed five check stops across the county on Labour Day weekend resulting in one arrest and a single seven-day driving suspension.

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The contest to represent Ward 9 in Three Rivers Council is hotter this by-election than it was in 2018 when Isaac MacIntyre won the councillor’s position by acclamation.

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Last week masked students boarded school buses to start a new, and hopefully long, school year.

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As someone who works in the news world, I try to make a point to consume various mediums the news is delivered in.

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While other jurisdictions tweak justice systems to provide a safer environment for prisoners and those charged with crime, PEI’s old school approach nets overflowing provincial jails, a backlogged docket and rising concern for the potential impact on the incarcerated.

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“My heart is breaking as I remember how it used to be: I walked among the crowds of worshipers, leading a great procession to the house of God, singing for joy and giving thanks amid the sounds of great celebration, what good fellowship we once enjoyed as we walked together to the house of G…

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Eastern PEI residents are wedged between a rock and a hard place it regards to the Access PEI centre in Montague.

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How is your lawn looking after our dry summer? The drought like conditions and hot temperatures we experienced were kind of a double edged sword for me.  As a golfer, lack of rain actually helped my game, and that’s good news. But if you’re a homeowner with a lawn, it’s not good news at all.

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The defending 2019 champs are still alive in the Kings County Baseball League final defeating the Morell Chevies 9-0 at the Church Field in Morell.

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At least seven households have been disputing eviction notices, claims of rent payments owed and tenants’ rights with the new owner of the Lower Montague Trailer Park through IRAC (Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission).

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The Artisans on Main collective and their visitors will still have a view of the Montague River when they open next fall, but the view will be from the north bank rather than the south following a move to a new location.

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A lot of chips and Cheezies will fall into the hands of consumers before Halloween comes on October 31 but now is the time communities should be formulating strategies.

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Robert Mitchell exited provincial politics in the same manner he practiced it - quietly, with little fanfare.The Charlottetown-Winsloe MLA used a simple two sentence tweet to announce his resignation after 13 years in the provincial legislature.

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Recently I jumped in my car for a day with my camera and notepad. It was my first time shooting the annual Day in the Life of eastern PEI special section for The Eastern Graphic.

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So much hand sanitizer flew out of the dispenser, it covered my shirt completely and it looked like I had a very bad experience with a dribble cup.

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As a member of the Charlottetown and Eastern PEI Chapter of MADD, my ire was stoked this past Saturday evening when I came across a Facebook post that had been shared by several people. The post was written by an individual in the Souris area warning people that there was an RCMP check stop …

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Editor: September 6 - COVID- 19 is racing and raging around the world. Not on PEI, yet, thanks to our physical isolation and health rules but it’s trying hard to sneak in.

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For over a year the Eastern Kings Community Association and many other residents of Eastern Kings have put forth strong arguments that the PEI Energy Corp has made a poor choice of location for their wind farm expansion plans. Not only is East Point a pristine area of one of the largest, mos…

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The Morell Chevies are up 2-0 in the Kings County Baseball League finals after a 3-0 shutout over the defending champs, the Alley Stratford Athletics.

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Alexis Whiteway, from Murray River, patiently waited for a sea bass to bite her hook. About a dozen sport fishers lined the shore at Beach Point as a full moon brightened the night sky around 9 pm. Alexis is the daughter of Julie Whiteway. She is a Grade 10 student at Montague High this year.

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In a special meeting last Monday night at the Cavendish Farms Wellness Centre, Three Rivers Councillor Gerard Holland walked back a controversial remark he made about a development permit in the August committee of council meeting.

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Some school bus drivers are nervous heading back into the school year because they don’t know how it will turn out, according to Nicole Couture who represents drivers through the Canadian Union of Public Employees.

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Arrows on the floor, signs on the doors, hand sanitizer stations installed every few metres and sheets of plastic hanging from the ceiling in the hallways are just a few of the adjustments made at Holland College campuses across the Island.

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A 30-year-old female, from Kings County, was charged with impaired driving on Wednesday, August 26 after her vehicle left the road and struck a power pole on the north end of Souris Line Road.

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Pungent, rotten smells have been wafting from the head of Murray River over the past few weeks as waters turned milky, lime green in colour.

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It was a few months late, but the Montague 50-Plus Club’s annual Mother’s Day draw took place last week. Quilters gathered at the Montague Legion to witness the draw. The quilt, a hand stitched master- piece of Grandmother’s Garden pattern took the ladies several months to complete and has 3…