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There’s no guarantee the gym floor at Montague Consolidated will be replaced although the project was ready to go to tender before the April election.

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The cool, wet weather that rang in summer has not only caused delays in getting to the beach, it’s also caused a delay in the growing season for local farmers.

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Working in the shop at Craig Wood Products in Northam, Keisha Clements ensures the cedar planks she’s using to build bat houses are properly aligned. It’s a special project she’s been working on, on behalf of Bruce Craig, one of the owners of the company.

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Local students joined with the Cascumpec Bay Watershed Association and Abegweit Conservation Society to release salmon fry at Bloomfield Park recently.

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When Grace Gallant of Alberton asked to celebrate her birthday with her fellow Girl Guides, she decided instead of presents, she wanted to do something to help those around her.

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Nine-year old Hannah Birt had her hands full with this seven pound lobster. This was Hannah's first time lobster fishing and she was aboard her Uncle Blair Johnston's boat, Evening Tide 1. Mr Johnstone fishes out of Launching. Hannah is the daughter of Kimberley and John Birt. Submitted photo

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Connie Bernard is the fourth councillor this month to resign from Alberton Town Council, raising questions about how council will continue to function.

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Power lifter Arlene van Diepen, from Morell, recently set a new world record at the International Power lifting Federation competition in Sweden. Submitted photo

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Leigha Crandall, left, and Harlee Grenier received their Grade 12 diplomas at the 2019 ´Ecole la Belle Cloche graduation ceremony Monday evening. Both students received several scholarships and bursaries. Leigha plans to study paramedicine and Harlee will attend the University of Moncton.

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Bean seeds were the last to be put in the ground as youngsters from Families First in Montague had a hand in planting their very first garden at the resource centre located on Sackville Street in Montague last Thursday. The addition of four garden boxes will allow the children to watch the p…

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An local initiative to help raise funds for the Shriners Hospital for Children has started out small, but the potential is there to make a big difference, according to Morell Lions Club member Kyle MacDonald.

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The investigation into an act of vandalism in which a Fraser Street resident’s car was covered in spray painted graffiti led to the questioning of a suspect but no charges have been laid.

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The time has come to gear up for another great season of music at the air conditioned Kaylee Hall in Pooles Corner. The Egg Farmers of Prince Edward Island Close To The Ground Concert Series with hosts Fiddlers’ Sons and Keelin Wedge kicks off Thursday, July 4 at 8 pm when we welcome special…

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Leigha Crandall, left, and Harlee Grenier received their Grade 12 diplomas at the 2019 ´Ecole la Belle Cloche graduation ceremony Monday evening. Both students received several scholarships and bursaries. Leigha plans to study paramedicine and Harlee will attend the University of Moncton.