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Journal hosts Christmas writing contest
Journal hosts Christmas writing contest

The Prescott Journal is partnering with a pair of local businesses to host our second writing competition of 2017.

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Annual parade ready to light up the season on Friday night
Annual parade ready to light up the season on Friday night

The 64th Annual Light Up the Night Christmas Parade in Prescott will take place on Friday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m. starting at South Grenville District High School.

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Rangers earn split in weekend NCJHL action
Rangers earn split in weekend NCJHL action

The South Grenville Rangers made up for time lost to the recent closure of the community centre with two home games this past weekend.

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Centennial '67 students cooking up some fun
Centennial '67 students cooking up some fun

Students, staff, and members of the local business community are working together to create a cookbook to raise funds at Centennial '67.

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Augusta Township announces 2017 Business of the Year and Trail Blazer Award
Augusta Township announces 2017 Business of the Year and Trail Blazer Award

Augusta Township announces 2017 Business of the Year and Trail Blazer Award

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MPP Clark confronts minister on ED19
MPP Clark confronts minister on ED19

Today in Question Period, Leeds-Grenville MPP Steve Clark called on the Minister of Environment and Climate Change to get off the sidelines and confirm no landfill will open at the ED-19 site using environmental approvals granted two decades ago.

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Richard Sheridan Willis new St. Lawrence Festival artistic director
Richard Sheridan Willis new St. Lawrence Festival artistic director

The St. Lawrence Shakespeare Festival is proud to announce that Richard Sheridan Willis, the experienced and talented stage performer, has accepted the position of new artistic director.

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Scary story winners
Scary story winners

Here are the top stories from the Prescott Journal Scary Story competition. Happy Halloween. Enjoy!

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Town arena back in business
Town arena back in business

The Leo Boivin Community Centre is now reopened after a 15-day closure.

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Zombie walk set to raise spirits on Saturday in Prescott
Zombie walk set to raise spirits on Saturday in Prescott

On Saturday, October 28, the second Annual Zombie Walk brings the dead to life, as zombies and ghouls take over Prescott's Riverwalk District from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

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Eat the cake
Eat the cake
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Bold theft in Cardinal
Bold theft in Cardinal

A cardinal garage is looking for help to find two stolen trailers.

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The Town of Prescott's First Annual Economic Development Summit
The Town of Prescott's First Annual Economic Development Summit

The Town of Prescott is hosting its first annual Economic Development Summit this Friday, September 29 at the Prescott Golf Course. The theme of the Summit for 2017 is Progress Prescott: A Vision for Our Future, and it will feature a discussion of the future of Prescott business and the many strides that the town has made in terms of economic and community development.

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County Council dumps ED19 sale back on township residents
County Council dumps ED19 sale back on township residents

Edwardsburgh-Cardinal residents and Council members react to decision to resume negotiations for ED19 sale.

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Plowing match hosted in Edwardsburgh-Cardinal
Plowing match hosted in Edwardsburgh-Cardinal

The Grenville County Plowmen's Association will hold their 98th Annual Plowing Match Saturday, September 30 in Edwardsburgh-Cardinal.

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MTO minister Del Duca ditches trucking meeting
MTO minister Del Duca ditches trucking meeting

Several mayors, including Prescott Mayor Todd and Edwardsburgh-Cardinal Mayor Pat Sayeau, attended a meeting in Kingston early Monday in the hope of taking the first steps to addressing the dangers of truck traffic and winter road conditions.

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2017 Prescott Journal Scary Story contest !!
2017 Prescott Journal Scary Story contest !!

The Prescott Journal is hosting a fiction-writing contest looking for the best tales of torment, terror and trepidation in South Grenville.

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Junior hockey returns to South Grenville this weekend
Junior hockey returns to South Grenville this weekend

South Grenville fans wanting to get a look at the new face of junior hockey in the region will be headed down to the Leo Boivin Community Centre in Prescott on Saturday night.

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Brewery plays extended version
Brewery plays extended version

Windmill Brewery continues the success of its Friday night music series throughout the entire month of September.

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Brewery plays extended version
Brewery plays extended version

Windmill Brewery continues the success of its Friday night music series throughout the entire month of September.

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Fair calling for royalty!
Fair calling for royalty!

SPENCERVILLE FAIR ROYALTY is calling for contestants. Back by popular demand, we have combined the Little Sir & Miss, Junior Ambassador and Ambassador competitions into one AMAZING show.

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Gearing Up for a Great Time in Iroquois
Gearing Up for a Great Time in Iroquois

The Golden Gears Car Club will host its Annual Car Show and concert at the Iroquois Locks on Sunday, August 27th.

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Rotary Club of Prescott says good-bye after almost eighty years
Rotary Club of Prescott says good-bye after almost eighty years

It was announced last week that the local service club, which has been serving Prescott and its residents since 1939, has folded.

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SGDHS reunion 50 years in the making
SGDHS reunion 50 years in the making

The Class of 1967 from South Grenville District High School held a 50-year reunion at the Prescott Golf Club last weekend, and nearly 50 alumni and teachers returned to enjoy the gathering, which was organized by a six-member committee of (l-r) Mary (Rintoul) Woodland, Sharol (Hall) Havey, Pauline (Gagnon) Smith, Mimi (Maggio) Garrah, Judi (Morris) Martin and Barbara (Johnson) Smith.

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One slight hitch makes for a funny wedding day
One slight hitch makes for a funny wedding day

A carefully-planned wedding goes from being the big day to a bad day for the Coleman family in the latest offering from Morrisburg's Upper Canada Playhouse, which will be debuting One Slight Hitch on August 3.

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