GARRISON PETAWAWA – Garrison Petawawa’s Invictus athletes have been championing for soldiers’ mental and physical health through Soldier On.
PETAWAWA – The Petawawa Public Library has introduced a book load of new strategies to further improve the library.
On Oct 16, faculty at Algonquin College took to the picket line, beginning day one of the work stoppage.
After being shutout 8-0 by the Hawkesbury Hawks on Oct. 13, the Lumber Kings made a comeback on Sunday night as they regained their power and defeated the Smiths Falls Bears 5-2.
Luck did not run in favour of the Lumber Kings on Friday the 13th.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The 12th annual Black and White Gala raised more than $150,000 in support of the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation and in honour of Canada’s 150th.
Beer, bratwurst and more than 200 years of Bavarian history were at Pembroke’s fingertips during the annual Oktoberfest.
Lumber Kings’ past and present converged for one special day, as current players and alumni were honoured by the community.
COBDEN – For the 10th annual year, Cobden served up a Taste of the Valley.
Three athletes from CFB Garrison Petawawa proudly represented Team Canada at the 2017 Invictus Games held in Toronto last month.
Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley was visited by the Honourable Helena Jaczek on Oct. 12.
COBDEN – Hundreds of students were wowed by Guinness World Record Holder Scott Hammell who delivered a death- defying presentation to teach his audience what it means to challenge themselves and push through adversity.
The Bishop Smith Crusaders tackled their way to a 42-5 against the Renfrew Collegiate Institute (RCI) Raiders during girls rugby action on Oct. 10.
Montreal-based progressive rock band, The Box, will be bringing their six-member collective to Pembroke’s Festival Hall this November.
COBDEN – Despite putting up a strong and steady fight, the Whitewater Kings were defeated 7-3 by the Athens Aeros during Thursday night’s home game.
The Pembroke & Area Airport is embarking on a campaign to pave their way to a new runway.
Jeanne-Lajoie Elementary students travelled back in time to re-enact a Canadian Thanksgiving of days gone by.
A vertical garden is growing inside the Pembroke Public Library.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Over 100 combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms will be installed in Laurentian Valley homes thanks to Project Zero.
The St. Joseph’s Food Bank will kick off its Fall Food Drive this Friday.