Goose-clubber fined $1,000

An act of violence toward a Canada Goose at the Petawawa Golf Course in the summer has wound up costing Petawawa resident Claude Lachance $1,000.

SEAN CHASE/DAILY OBSERVER The Pembroke Petawawa District Community Foundation presented cheque donations totalling $5,000 from their annual "100 Women" Campaign to three recipients who have made outstanding contributions to the community. In the photo (left to right) are Laurie Johnson, with Elevate - Krista Johnson Foundation, Raina Flexhaug, representing Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley, 100 Women Campaign chairwoman Dr. Elizabeth Radley-Walters, and Bev Ritza, representing Women's Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County.

100 Women campaign gives back

The Pembroke Petawawa District Community Foundation has presented grants to three worthy organizations that have gone a long way to making a differenc

Ryan Paulsen / Daily Observer <br> Lt.-Col. Will Graydon, commanding officer of 3rd Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, inspects the cadets of 2642 3 RCR Royal Canadian Army Cadets during a change of command parade at Garrison Petawawa on Tuesday night.

Petawawa Army Cadets welcome new CO

The cadets in 2642 – 3 RCR Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps have a new commanding officer after Tuesday night's change of command ceremony held at Kore

RYAN PAULSEN/DAILY OBSERVER Dr. Christy Natsis waits outside the Pembroke courthouse in this October, 2015 photo.

Natsis to appeal conviction

Pembroke dentist Christy Natsis is seeking to be let out of prison on bail after asking the Ontario Court of Appeal to toss out her conviction for imp

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