PETAWAWA – More than 250 young athletes from all 11 Renfrew County high schools participated in the Upper Ottawa Valley High School Athletic Association (UOVHSAA) Cross-Country Running Championships at the Petawawa Gold Club on Oct. 21.
DEEP RIVER – A Deep River man is facing weapons charges after police executed a search warrant at a residence in the town. On Oct. 18, members of the Upper Ottawa Valley Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Deep River Police Service, the OPP’s Emergency Response Team, Tactical Response Unit and Drug Enforcement Unit executed a search warrant and during
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Champlain Discovery School students learned the right way to ‘reduce, reuse and recycle’.
Local businesses gathered for a night of cocktails, conversation, and celebration at the second annual Downtown Pembroke Awards Gala on Oct. 19.
Pembroke Branch 72 is gearing up to do its bit in the Royal Canadian Legion’s 2016 poppy campaign.
Students of the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board’s (RCCDSB) Cathedral School will attend Holy Name School while their school is cleaned up following a fire.
PEMBROKE – Holy Name Catholic School has reaped a $1,850 reward to grow their community garden.
PEMBROKE – The Fellowes Falcons were shutout with a 45-0 loss against the Arnprior Redmen in the fifth and final game of the regular football season.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY - After 42 years of dedicated municipal service, councillor Jim Sheedy has stepped down from his seat with the Township of Laurentian Valley.
CHALK RIVER – Canada’s premier nuclear research facility received a major boost Wednesday, with the opening of a brand new $113 million laboratory complex.
KILLALOE – For the second year in a row, Killaloe Public School was named the winners of Krista’s School Challenge.
Quick reaction by the Pembroke Fire Department likely saved Cathedral Catholic School from sustaining major damage overnight on Oct. 19.
What comes to mind when you hear the word “philanthropy?” Maybe you think of making donations to charities. Or, you might think of celebrities who are using their wealth to help tackle some big global issues. If we go back to the root of the word, philanthropy means “love of humanity.” It can take a lot of shapes and forms and really, it’s anything
Pembroke’s city hall staff are a lean machine of efficiency and cost effectiveness.
With the scratch of pens, the foundation for a negotiated Algonquin land claim treaty has been laid.
PETAWAWA – Petawawa’s public library staff have unionized.
PEMBROKE - Pembroke will be enjoying an evening of music, story and inspiration with Canadian rock legend Carl Dixon on Oct. 22.
It's that time of year when we invite members of the community to vote for their favourite businesses and service providers in the annual Pembroke Daily Observer Readers' Choice awards.
With October comes Oktoberfest, and the Pembroke Germania Club can fest with the best of them.