Stephen Uhler, The Daily Observer


Former Lumber King pens third book

SHAWVILLE - Luke Murphy is keeping busy these days, what with juggling the first few weeks of school, the needs of his family and promoting his third crime novel.

Turkey Bowl 2017 rough on Fellowes

The Fellowes Falcons continue to struggle to achieve a win on the football field – or even to score points – as they were trounced 42-0 at home in Saturday's annual Turkey Bowl.

PRH Auxiliary raises $80,000

The Pembroke Regional Hospital Auxiliary began to make good on its $500,000 pledge to the hospital, raising $80,000 at its fall fashion show.

Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant speaks to a crowd gathered at a tax information session in Cobden recently. She said proposed changes to the tax system will be bad news for Canadians.

Tax changes will be bad for Canadians

COBDEN – The proposed Liberal tax changes will be bad for Canadians, especially for farmers, professionals and those who own small businesses.

PLK downed by Kemptville 4-1

KEMPTVILLE – The Pembroke Lumber Kings hit a speed bump on the road Friday, losing 4-1 to the Kemptville 73s.

The Pembroke Fire Department is not holding an open house this year, but intends to next year at its new fire hall.

No open house this year

Pembroke residents will have to do without one Thanksgiving tradition this year – the fire department's open house.

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Pembroke is one of many schools whose students did well in EQAO testing.

County students need help in math

Renfrew County’s elementary students continue to score near or above provincial averages in standardized testing.

Chris Mantha, centre, Pembroke's roads and fleet supervisor, was recognized for successfully receiving the Senior designation as a Certified Road Supervisor, a position which takes years of work. Standing with him are Pembroke Mayor Michael LeMay, left, and Coun, Les Scott, operations committee chairman.

City honours employee

A member of Pembroke's operations staff has distinguished himself in his profession.