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After discovering items from her late uncle, Private Robert Sturgeon Warren, Rosalie Cousins Webb and her family decided it would be fitting to donate some of those items, including a portrait, to the Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre.

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A 92-year-old West Prince man credits the game of golf in helping him to make new friends since moving back home after decades of being away.

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Fitness and looking after ones health and well being should be a part of every ones lifestyle. When you are healthy, fit and at your best life is just better. It does not take much to get there. Three to four hours of the right exercise a week and back to basics eating does wonders when you …

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Wayne MacDonald thinks it’s great to finally have the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation recognized by the provincial and federal governments.

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As Prince Edward Island recovers from the effects of Hurricane Fiona, farmers are taking stock of just how much damage she left in her wake regarding any crops that couldn’t be harvested ahead of her arrival.

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“Victoria, P E Island-Two of the crew of the ill-fated vessel ‘Aberdeen’ have arrived at Charlottetown. The vessel was owned by Captain Johnson Lord and Mr. Boswell of Charlottetown and went ashore at Savage Harbour in last Thursday’s hurricane. This is the thrilling tale of the ‘Aberdeen’. …

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The family of Private Robert Warren felt it was fitting to donate some of his effects to the Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre. Private Warren volunteered shortly after the breakout of the First World War, and was killed Sept. 18, 1916 during the battle at Courcelette, a ruined village …

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Along with trees blown over, downed power lines were an issue for many in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona. Drivers were told to keep off roads during the aftermath so assessment crews could see how much damaged was caused as a result of the hurricane. Jillian Trainor photo

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Rosalie Cousins Webb became aware of the British royal family in the mid 1960s through a visiting aunt, but she didn’t start collecting memorabilia until she married her husband, Trevor Webb. She and her sister-in-law, Adrienne MacDonald, have continued to collect various items over the year…