Stephen Uhler, The Daily Observer


Pembroke's Branch 72 of the Royal Canadian Legion is gearing up to take part in the annual poppy campaign, which gets underway Oct. 28. Here, Bob Denault, past branch president and poppy campaign chairman, is seated with an example of a display table which would be set up in locations across the city.

Legion ready for poppy campaign

Pembroke Branch 72 is gearing up to do its bit in the Royal Canadian Legion’s 2016 poppy campaign.

The Harriet Brooks Building, a new lab complex named after Canada's first female nuclear physicist, was officially opened Wednesday morning at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories Chalk River site. The multi-million dollar state-of-the-art laboratory promises to keep CNL and its partner Atomic Energy of Canada on the cutting edge of research and development.

CNL, AECL open new lab complex

CHALK RIVER – Canada’s premier nuclear research facility received a major boost Wednesday, with the opening of a brand new $113 million laboratory complex.

Historic agreement reached

With the scratch of pens, the foundation for a negotiated Algonquin land claim treaty has been laid.

The Pembroke Lumber Kings and Nepean Raiders will square off in the CCHL quarterfinal series.

PLK, Nepean clash in Shawville

SHAWVILLE, QUE. - It was Hockey Night in Shawville for the Pembroke Lumber Kings on Saturday, as they faced the Nepean Raiders in a rare out of province game.

Gloucester goalie Michael Cullen deflects a shot from Pembroke Lumber King Ben VanOoteghem (24) during Sunday nights CCHL game at the PMC. The Kings would beat the Rangers 4-1.

PLK beats Rangers 4-1

The Pembroke Lumber Kings out wrangled the Gloucester Rangers in Central Canada Hockey League action at the Pembroke Memorial Centre Sunday night, defeating them 4-1.

On Saturday, this monument to the survivors of sexual violence was dedicated in Eganville's Centennial Park, one of four such artworks located there and in Pembroke, Killaloe and Pikwakanagan. The pebble mosaic represents survivors of sexual violence, both to commemorate them, and to start a public conversation about the issue and all of those it affects.

Survivors monument unveiled

EGANVILLE - A monument inspired by the courage of the survivors of sexual violence has been unveiled.

Downtown Pembroke

Pembroke named great fall getaway

It seems some Toronto residents are picking up on what Pembroke residents already know – that the city is a nice place to visit.

The Muskrat Watershed Council is working with a variety of stakeholders as well as Algonquin College, the all tiers of government to improve water quality throughout the watershed.

Plan needed for Muskrat Lake

Muskrat Lake needs a concrete plan to clean it up from the bottom to the surface.

Public will get say in naming trail

The public will get a chance to comment on what to name the Renfrew County section of the new recreation trail.

On Thursday, the gym in Algonquin College Pembroke Campus was filled with displays from 24 Ontario community colleges, who have been traveling across the province as part of the four-week College Information Program Tour.The waterfront campus hosted this as part of their own annual Open House.

Pembroke campus hosts college fair

Choosing a post-secondary program is one of the biggest decisions a young person will make in their lifetime.

The Pembroke Fire Department is holding an open house on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015.

Pembroke FD open house Oct. 8

The Pembroke Fire Department is holding its ninth annual open house on Saturday, Oct. 8.