July 23, 2014 Edition
The Morrisburg BIA organizers were pleased. The more than 20 vendors in attendance were pleased. Local Morrisburg businesses were pleased.
And the hundreds of people who took in the 16th annual Antique Festival, July 19-20, in Morrisburg, were very...
It might have been raining in areas around the Iroquois air port, but overhead, Sunday, July 20, the weather was perfect. Nearly 700 people, including pilots and passengers from 50 planes and two helicopters, arrived in Iroquois to enjoy a breakfast served up by volunteers...
MORRISBURG – For the first time, South Dundas officials have made public the final cost of the South Dundas Municipal Centre project.
The final tally is just over $5 million.
The final numbers were presented at the July 15 regular council meeting, where...
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Cheryl Lowe and Kurtis Barkley posted an early lead and never looked back as they headed for their respective 2014 Cedar Glen Club Championships on the weekend.
Barkley put together record setting Cedar Glen club championship scores of 67-65 for a 132 total, and...
The weather has been iffy, but swimmers in the South Dundas Swim Program at the Iroquois Beach are about to wrap up their second session.
Olivia Currier, head life guard this year, says the program attracted 34 swimmers in the first two-week session and 42...
The Seaway Kickers Under-13 Mixed team was on the road to Ottawa, where they lost to the division-leading Nepean HotSpurs, 3-2, on July 17, at Hillcrest High School. The last time these two teams met, the Hotspurs beat the Kickers 4-1.
The HotSpurs landed on...
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