Patricia Ann Guimond’s ashes have been returned to her family.A small pink urn containing some of her ashes was reported to police as stolen back on Sept. 2. Her family had been clearing out the former Garden Street home in Pembroke and as people toured through to see furniture for sale, someone picked up one of the urns containing Patricia’s ashes
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Pembroke’s generosity shines through once again, as Butler GM joins the list of businesses that have sponsored the Black & White Gala 150 with a gift of humanity, worth $10,000. Butler GM has been a steadfast supporter of the Pembroke Regional Hospital, and is one of our most generous donors to date.
The City of Pembroke is happy to unveil the theme for 2017’s edition of the annual Santa Claus Parade of Lights.
The fall collection of large household goods will be happening soon for residents in the Town of Petawawa, City of Pembroke and Township of Laurentian Valley. Acceptable items must not be placed curbside any earlier than Sunday, Sept. 10.
PETAWAWA – Police are investigating the death of a Petawawa woman after a parachuting mishap Sunday night.
Canada’s leading forest products companies and the 230,000 people we employ in hundreds of communities across the country are urging the federal government to give serious thought to adjusting the procedures and timing of the Caribou Recovery Strategy to achieve a more balanced and sustainable way forward for all.
As part of a broad-based customer service initiative taking place this summer, the Pembroke Regional Hospital is now seeking more detailed feedback about the patient experience through an 11-question online survey on the hospital’s website.
Jeff Brunette suffers from a rare degenerative muscle disease called Myofibrillar Myopathy, which is a hereditary disease, caused by a mutated gene. For the last four years his mobility has been significantly compromised to the extent now that he cannot walk unassisted and his hand and arm strength have been affected as well.
If you had to choose one word to describe this year’s summer, chances are you would choose the word “wet.”
COBDEN – The new Whitewater Kings hockey organization is seeking volunteers for game day duties for the 2017-2018 season.
It’s time for a checkup!
WHITEWATER REGION – The Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change has advised the Renfrew County and District Health Unit that test results from water samples taken from Muskrat Lake have confirmed the presence of blue-green algae.
GARRISION PETAWAWA – Ready to travel back in time? Join us in Rome! The Vacation Bible School program will explore the caves of the underground church, meet the Apostle Paul, create cool Bible-times projects, experience thrilling real-life dramas, play high energy games, sample tasty Mediterranean snacks and hear unforgettable music.
Having decided to take advantage of a significant opportunity, I wish to thank some people and the community for all the support I have received. My opportunity to go to Halifax and play with the Mooseheads of the QMJHL was primarily the result of my development on and off the ice with the Pembroke Lumber Kings.
The County of Renfrew would like to remind the public about wild parsnip.
Retired Ontario Provincial Police Constable Beth Ethier has been recognized with a provincial award.
CALABOGIE – Nathan Blok headed to his home track of Calabogie for the third and fourth race of the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) June 17 and 18 for the Kyle Nash race weekend.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings will look to rebound from a disappointing season when they start the 2017-18 season with team owner Dale McTavish back behind the bench of the Central Canada Hockey League’s most successful franchise.
The City of Pembroke would like to take this opportunity to inform the that due to unfavourable weather conditions the Canada 150 fireworks have been rescheduled from Saturday, July 1 to Sunday, July 2 at approximately 10:00pm.
PETAWAWA – Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo fame will play the Evergreen Stage. The Town of Petawawa was selected amongst 22 other Ontario communities to host a free ONtour concert stop dubbed, “the soundtrack of Summer ’17.” An initiative of the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, the ONtour concert series will showcase some of Ontario’s diverse musica