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In the five years since the Mill River Biathlon Club was established in West Prince, the club’s head coach believes the popularity of the sport has grown in the region.

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As of Dec. 18, the likelihood of being caught driving under the influence will increase as the new Bill C-46 will allow RCMP officers to demand drivers take a breathalyzer without requiring reasonable suspicion they have consumed alcohol.

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Upon entering the new Stewart Memorial Home in Tyne Valley, residents and visitors are greeted with the manor’s Main Street. The hallway is designed to look like separate buildings, like shops on Main Street, with large street-like lights, colourful siding, large signage and large windows.

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The owner of Rooney’s Funeral Home in Alberton is inviting family members the business has served during the past year to join the funeral home for a candlelight memorial service on Dec. 7 at 7 pm.

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Firefighters from three West Prince departments spent over two hours battling a structure fire in Profits Corner Sunday afternoon.

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It was an exciting evening of professional basketball as residents of West Prince cheered on the Island Storm during an exhibition game at Westisle Composite High School on Nov. 9.

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Remembrance Day services in various communities in West Prince. Photos by Melissa Heald and Jillian Trainor. 

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Smoke was still billowing from a vacant home at the end of Ascension Road in Nail Pond Thursday morning following a suspected arson on Halloween.

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Jada Doucette waves the Wish Wand she received from chair of the Children’s Wish Foundation Tignish committee Wanda Clark after 10-year-old girl donated $350 to the Children’s Wish Foundation. Jada, along with her nine-year-old cousin Marty Doucette, raised the money by setting up a lemonade…

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A program that helps to support local farmers by connecting them with consumers continues to be a great way to promote healthy eating while saving money.