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Submitted photo Councillor Treena Lemay is seeking a seventh consecutive term on Petawawa town council. She also served on the former Petawawa Township council from 1991 to 1994.

Treena Lemay wants a brighter future for town

PETAWAWA – Asking voters to help her lead Petawawa into a brighter future, Treena Lemay says she has a broad interest in the progress of the entire town and wants to tackle both large and small-scale issues.

The Don Sutherland Memorial Slo-Pitch Tournament raised more than $9,000 this year for the Canadian Kidney Foundation. Pictured here (from left) are Heather Sutherland, Benedict Jean-Baptiste, Meghan Sutherland, Colleen Sutherland and Cathy Sutherland.

$9K home-run for "Sudsy"

Slo-pitch fever took over Stafford Park as teams played in memory of Don “Sudsy” Sutherland and raised more than $9,000.

Be deployment ready

PETAWAWA – With Garrison Petawawa still in high-readiness, military families are encouraged to prepare and receive support for deployments.

The City of Pembroke is the latest municipality to ban open-air fires until further notice.

Pembroke issues open air recreational fire ban

Around 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10 the City of Pembroke issued an open air recreational fire ban.The statement issued by the city read: “After careful consideration of the Ontario Ministry of Resources ‘Factors for Consideration for Fire Bans’ and in compliance with By-Law #2004-31, The City of Pembroke is issuing an immediate ban on recreational op

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