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A group representing unincorporated Islanders included in the Three Rivers amalgamation proposal aren't impressed with being included in the recently revised amalgamation agreement.

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For what could be the first time ever stop lights have been installed in the Village of Murray Harbour. The lights will control traffic on a single lane temporary bridge while a new main bridge is constructed. The bridge replacement became necessary when the sidewalk began to crumble putting…

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John MacDonald, right, received a Lifetime Membership certificate at the annual Garden of the Gulf Museum tea Friday. Mr MacDonald spent 15 years as a museum board member, holding the positions of treasurer and president throughout the years. Presenting the award is Edgar Dewar, longtime mem…

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The closure of O’Leary area Cavendish Produce is a great loss to 40 employees facing unemployment, their families, and all of West Prince due to loss of commercial activity, and social networking.

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Last Friday’s mixed bag of marble-size hail, pounding rain and extra brisk wind is a reminder of the risks involved in the farming industry.

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It’s been a long, frequently tempestuous road where small town politics too often trumped necessary big picture thinking. But in the end the road to municipal amalgamation has forged an agreement that is fair for all, including those still viscerally opposed.

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John MacDonald, right, received a Lifetime Membership certificate at the annual Garden of the Gulf Museum tea Friday. Mr MacDonald spent 15 years as a museum board member, holding the positions of treasurer and president throughout the years. Presenting the award is Edgar Dewar, longtime mem…

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A 42-year old Charlottetown man was rescued after falling from a steep and rocky cliff in Souris Saturday evening.

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Allan Glover, left, and Brent MacDonald were among the volunteers who rounded up stubborn ducks that drifted aimlessly near the start of the Ducktona 2018 event Saturday in Murray River. Proceeds from the fundraiser go to Northumberland Arena. See more photos on page 4. 

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Harbourview Restaurant, in Murray Harbour, has captured The Eastern Graphic Chowder Challenge for the third consecutive year. Finishing in second place is the Sand Bar in Panmure Island and third goes to Captain’s Cove in Montague. The contest ran from June 28 to July 26 and in all 10 restau…

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“What would you rather a million dollars, or his head full of nickels?” Red shouted within ear shot of the big headed friend in question.

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The monkey said “it won’t be long now” when he got his tail caught in the lawnmower.

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A single lane temporary bridge is nearing completion at Murray Harbour where the main bridge will be replaced in the coming months.

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When Cavendish Farms announced the imminent closure of its fresh potato packaging facility in O’Leary last week, it rightfully set off alarm bells with community leaders. By any measure 40 jobs in a rural area is significant. Many employees are long-serving; for some it is the only job they’…

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Now that the issue of mental health care on PEI has been resolved by the hiring of new child, youth and adult psychiatrists, the waiting lines to see a counsellor have been almost eliminated. Sorry. Fake news.

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The Kings County Baseball League playoff race is heating up. Only two games were played over the week, however they both had huge implications on team’s chances.

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Dylan Miller and Samuel McAndrew finished their race in a time of 6:24 to take the 2018 Junior PEI Dory Championships in Murray River Saturday morning. The team raced back-to-back having just finished the senior division in which they placed third. The races, which saw a good turnout, are he…