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Four young ladies vying for the crown in the 2019 Queen of the Furrows competition are, from left, 16- year old Isabella Acorn, of Dundas sponsored by Kings County Tractor and Machine Shop; 20-year old Ila Matheson of Albion Cross, sponsored by Foster Campbell Electric 2018 Ltd; 17-year old …

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It was a first place finish for host Township Tigers in the Intermediate Women 2019 Eastern Canadian Championship at Ellis Field on Aug. 18. The PEI team defeated the Dartmouth She Devils 9-8 to win the weekend tournament in O’Leary. The Tigers finished the round robin of play 4-2 when they …

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Rotary Gold mine winner Jasmine Croitor, left, and her mom Judy MacKay, right, were excited to pick up a $11,913 cheque from Montague Rotarian Jan MacNeill on Tuesday. The Murray river family looks forward to using their winnings from draw #389 of the weekly toonie lottery to do some home re…

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Descendents of Antoine Detcheverry and Marie Pinet, 16th century Acadian settlers in Eastern Kings, held a ceremony on the weekend to pay homage to their ancestors. Over 100 people from across, PEI, Canada and the United States took part in a ceremony on Sunday afternoon at the site of a mon…

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The descendants of Jacques (1908-1976) and Clarrise (1913 - 2012) Gallant, gather every five years to celebrate their heritage. This year,177 of the 226 children, grandchildren and great grandchildren of Mama & Papa Jacques, along with their spouses and children joined together for a wee…

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The Montague Regional High School Class of ’69 held their 50-Year Class Reunion on the weekend with more than 80 graduates and their spouses attending the various functions. Many took in a tour of Montague Regional School on Friday afternoon before moving on to Cavendish Farms Wellness Centr…

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Along with rides, games, and competitions of strength, the Prince County Exhibition gave a chance for 4H participants to show off their hard work in raising and caring for animals.