Posts by: Jason Marshall

 

Fire bans in McNab-Braeside and Mississippi Mills

 •  June 1

Thanks to the recent hot, dry weather, fire bans remain in place in McNab-Braeside Township and across Mississippi Mills. All of McNab-Braeside...

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County buys old CP rail corridor

 •  April 29

The old Canadian Pacific corridor that runs from Mattawa to Smiths Falls will remain intact across the region, as the County of Renfrew - along with...

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Eganville’s Bishop named Canada’s top track athlete

 •  April 22

With her sights set on a medal at the Rio Summer Olympics, Eganville’s Melissa Bishop is coming off a career year on the world circuit, and has...

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Radiothon 2016 a resounding success

 •  April 21

The 2016 Valley Heritage Radio week-long Radiothon has wrapped up, and we couldn’t be happier. Thanks to the generosity of our listeners far and...

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St Joe’s in Renfrew top ranked Valley school

 •  March 1

It’s a mixed bag of results for the Valley’s secondary schools in this year’s school rankings compiled by the Fraser Institute. A total of...

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Bishop breaks her own Canadian record

 •  February 22

With the Valley getting ready for more cold weather, one Valley athlete is continuing to heat things up on the track. Eganville’s Melissa...

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Indoor record for Eganville’s Melissa Bishop

 •  February 18

With her sights set on the Summer Olympics in Rio, Eganville’s Melissa Bishop is on track, as she has set a new Canadian indoor record for the 800...

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Valley hit hard by season’s biggest storm

 •  February 17

Today residents across the Ottawa Valley continue to dig themselves out from under the season’s biggest dump of snow that brought with it more than...

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Almonte councillor killed, daughter injured in shooting

 •  February 11

A Mississippi Mills councillor is dead, and his daughter seriously injured, following a shooting at the politician's home in Almonte early Thursday...

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New bus service in Upper Ottawa Valley

 •  January 19

A new bus service will launch this week in the Ottawa Valley as Ontario Northland will go between Sudbury and Ottawa three days a week, starting on...

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Suspects sought in B&E, theft in Petawawa

 •  January 19

The police are asking for your help in solving a break, enter and theft. In the early hours of January 13th two male suspects, one of them armed...

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Man critically hurt in snowmobile crash

 •  January 19

A snowmobile collision has left a man in critical condition and a female with serious injuries. The incident occurred shortly after midnight...

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Petawawa soldiers training near Calabogie

 •  January 19

If you see soldiers in the Calabogie area this week, there is no need to be alarmed. According to Garrison Petawawa, close to 150 uniformed...

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Beware calls from phony police officer

 •  January 19

Police have received several calls from the public about another possible scam making the rounds. Residents report receiving calls from a man...

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Man hurt in home invasion near Arnprior

 •  January 13

Police are looking for the public’s help in finding the people responsible for a home invasion on Upper Dwyer Hill Road near Arnprior that resulted...

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Keep an eye on your pooch outside

 •  January 13

The OPP is asking dog owners to be aware and cautious when leaving their pets alone outside. Police are investigating the theft of several dogs in...

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No timeline for future Hwy 17 expansion

 •  January 13

The completion of Highway 17 four-laning from Campbell Drive in Arnprior to Scheel Drive in McNab-Braeside is on schedule, and is expected to be...

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Marchand covered bridge to be fixed

 •  January 13

The Quebec government is planning to fix the Felix-Gabriel Marchand covered bridge near Fort Coulonge, which has been closed for safety reasons since...

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Police looking for construction scam artist

 •  November 5

Police are looking for an area contractor who is wanted for fraud in relation to construction scams. Philip Slobodzian is believed to be living in...

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Valley a blue island in sea of Liberal red

 •  October 20

A big red wave swept across Canada Monday night as voters opted for change. In a major way. The federal Liberals, led by Justin Trudeau, will...

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