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Charges laid in incident being investigated by SIU

KILLALOE – On March 28, 2015 at approximately 1:50 a.m. officers from the Killaloe detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police attempted to stop a motor vehicle. The vehicle failed to do so and a short time later, it was located after it had been involved in a collision on Highway 60 near Highway 41, west of Eganville.

An officer with the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP directs traffic away from the scene of an automotive accident which took place Friday morning in front of Rossow Home Hardware Building Centre on Highway 41. Three people were transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police are investigating.

Accident sends three to hospital

Three people were taken by ambulance to the Pembroke Regional Hospital with non-life threatening injuries as a result of a Friday morning accident on Highway 41.

Madawaska Valley District High School principal Dave Bishop. His school just received $3.1 million in funding for renovations to merge it with Sherwood Public School.

Barry's Bay school gets $3.1 M

BARRY’S BAY – The Renfrew County District School Board (RCDSB) is delighted the Ministry of Education (MOE) has approved funding to assist the rebuild of Sherwood Public School within the walls of Madawaska Valley District High School.

SEAN CHASE/DAILY OBSERVER Butler GM owner Charlie Butler (left) is the honorary co-chairman for the 17th annual Carefor Charity Auction which will be held on Saturday, April 18 at the Germania Hall. Joining Butler to promote the event are Carefor fundraising chairwoman Glenna MacKenzie and master of ceremonies Fred Blackstein.

17th annual fundraiser

Carefor is honoured to announce that it has selected honorary co-chairpersons Charlie and Charlotte Butler of Butler GM for its 17th annual Carefor Charity Auction on Saturday, April 18 at the Germania Club in Pembroke.

‘A significant breakthrough’

A just-announced provincial review of inmate segregation is a long overdue breakthrough that proves Ontario’s been doing things wrong, an inmate advocate said Thursday.