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Poor relations

Last week, the guest editorial pointed out the way in which the Municipality of North Grenville has failed the downtown businesses in Kemptville. Spending...

Terry Butler

This community has lost a champion with the passing of Terry Butler. Someone who gave so much in time, energy and sheer hard work...
The NG Times Newspaper

It’s a small world after all

Here I am in Dublin, my home town and a traditional place of refuge when I feel that life in North Grenville is getting...

The poverty of leadership

By Woody ArmourKemptville has a problem, it is a problem of poverty, of human poverty and commercial poverty, and they are related and intertwined....
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Dazed and confused

This is a very confusing time of the year. On the one hand, we’re all looking forward to Christmas and all that means. On...

A year of death and division

This is our annual Remembrance Day issue, and we have, naturally, concentrated on the year of 1917, one hundred years ago, and a pivotal...

United we stand

One month down and eleven more to go, and already we’re seeing some movement in this green and growing community of ours. Ideas are...
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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...

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...

Canadian Apartheid remains an issue

There is an ironic juxtaposition of National Aboriginal Day, which takes place today, Wednesday, June 21, and the Canada Day celebration of Canada’s 150th...

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