This week, Tuesday to be specific, the staff members of The Daily Observer found themselves on the other side of the pen and the camera as we became the news.
Anthony Dixon, The Daily Observer
OTTAWA – The Upper Ottawa Valley Peewee ‘AA’ Aces continued to struggle Friday at the Bell Capital Cup in Ottawa.
GODDARD PLEADS GUILTY AND IS SENTENCED: Bryan Goddard was on a drug-fuelled rampage when he entered a Petawawa Point residence and stabbed Danny Pietersma to death, a Pembroke superior court heard last January. Armed with a knife and handgun, the troubled Pembroke man was high on cocaine, speed and marijuana when he sought to take out what he calle
KANATA – On the road Thursday night in Kanata, the Pembroke Lumber Kings were looking to rebound from a defeat on home ice Sunday night, but it wasn’t meant to be.
RANKIN – Officials with the Rankin Culture and Recreation Centre are hoping local voters can help them secure funding for the facility’s rink in an online contest.
KANATA – The Pembroke Lumber Kings remain in the basement of the CCHL’s Yzerman Division, after dropping a 4 – 2 decision on the road to the Kanata Lasers Thursday, night.
WHITEWATER REGION - The presence of blue-green algae has once again been confirmed in Muskrat Lake. The announcement came Aug. 23 from the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change who advised the Renfrew County and District Health Unit that test results from water samples taken from the lake confirmed the presence of the potentially toxic
A Go Fund Me campaign will help lessen the burden on a young, local family coping after tragedy struck.
The unity we see the Olympics bring to our families, workplaces and communities as we gather around our TVs and cheer together is a microcosm of the “ideal” the IOC would like you to believe the games bring to the world. So let’s leave doping, scandals, and corruption allegations at the door, and just follow me on this one for a minute.
Eganville's Melissa Bishop had the top time in the opening heats of the women's 800m at the Summer Olympics in Rio.
Pembroke has a special visitor today - one who is four-legged and furry.
A cause near and dear to the heart of master canoeist Fred Blackstein has once more urged him out of the wilderness to offer his popular survival course.
NEPEAN - The Nepean Raiders came very close to digging themselves out from a three-goal deficit, but the Pembroke Lumber Kings hung on for a 3-2 victory Wednesday night at the Nepean Sportsplex.
The infamous Flying Bandit, who lived in Pembroke while going on his record-setting cross-country robbery spree, is back in the national spotlight.
Today marks a new beginning for The Pembroke Daily Observer as we introduce a new design to the Upper Ottawa Valley's premier news voice.
Emerging from a wild Algonquin Park landscape, she turns her face to the heavens and looks into the deepest reaches of the universe.
Moving towards the fifth month since The Daily Observer became part of Postmedia Network Inc.’s family offers us the opportunity to update you, our readers, on some of the changes you’ve no doubt noticed in these pages and also online.
TORONTO – Eganville's Melissa Bishop is Canada's golden girl.
Pembroke's Alyson Ackman and the Canadian women's 4x200 metre freestyle relay team will be bringing home bronze from the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
Pembroke's Alyson Ackman swam a solid second leg this morning for Canada in the Women's 4X100m Freestyle Relay preliminaries at the Pan Am games in Toronto, helping the team to qualify for the finals tonight.