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History and hysteria

It is not often that History is as much in the news as it has been for the past few weeks. Sadly, there has...

Coat of many colours

No matter what part of the political spectrum you may occupy, it is always a shock to realise that the “others”, the ones you...

Time for justice at Kemptville Meadows

The letter published below arrived at our office last week, and I think anyone reading it will be touched by the contents. It is...

Let’s do more than talk

Today, January 31, is Bell Let’s Talk day. Since 2010 Bell has been hosting one day a year where they donate five cents for...

Local news poverty

In the past week, CBC radio have had two programs dealing with what has come to be called Local News Poverty. The idea is...
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Celebration Day

I remember, way back in 2007, when we celebrated Kemptville’s 150 year anniversary, there was a long list of events and projects put together...

On oil prices, poverty and the strong Canadian economy

By Heather SansomWhile procrastinating really, just thinking that despite the trendy panic (peer pressure, group think, propaganda dare I say, maybe even social bullying)...

Oxford-on-Rideau: a home away from home

by Jen MonkI remember that fateful evening, seven months ago, all too well. To this day, it replays in my mind like a recurring...

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