July 1, 2015 Edition
By early Monday morning the former Dundela schoolhouse building, that has long served as a recreation building for the Dundela outdoor rink, was a pile of rubble.
The decision to demolish this building was first discussed by South Dundas council in February 2014, and...
Weather and delayed components are hampering efforts to get the new splash pad in Morrisburg’s Earl Baker Park up and running in time for Canada Day.
As of Monday morning (June 29), the plan was to pour concrete Monday and put in topsoil and sod Tuesday.
The eight cyclists involved in the Sun Life Epic Ride for Diabetes, dropped by Peter McCooeye’s Sun Life office in Morrisburg, on Friday morning, to share their excitement of this year raising $25,000 for the Canadian Diabetes Association.
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It was a big night on the course for Bruce Kerr. Men’s night last Thursday, June 25, was highlighted by Kerr’s eagle two on the 340 yard par four second hole, a score that had little trouble holding up in the skins game.
Once again it was Kurtis...
The Wednesday night, ladies action on June 24 was sponsored by Morrisburg Home Hardware, and the game was an alternate shot with select drive. Fifty-two golfers got a bit wet in a five-minute rain, but they shook it off and proceeded to complete their...
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