Quantity or quality?

Ninety years ago when the dirty thirties struck our community many households in our town owned a cow. These “town cows” pastured in one of the community pastures that surrounded our town. Each household that owned a cow sent someone out both morning and around supper time to milk the cow who would…
Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Elections are coming, you’ve probably noticed that. It seems like only four years ago, that we elected a majority parliament with a minority of . . .
Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I would like to inform your readers about two very special medals that are available for our veterans. These are the National Order of . . .
The Parents' Voice

Hooray, they did it. We did it. They’re in school, loving their teacher, classroom and friends (we hope). We miss them all day long, we think about . . .
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CALEB NICKERSON NORWAY BAY Sept. 13, 2019 Despite the gloomy weather on Friday evening, a good sized crowd turned up at the public beach in Norway Bay for a cocktail party put on . . .
Social Notes

Our sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with Armand Chaput, family and friends in the recent passing of his wife . . .
Social Notes

Happy birthday to the following people celebrating this week: Matthew Thompson, Judy Reasbeck, Rick Atkinson, James Barry, Jeff Tanguay, Keena Judd, Eddie Jean-Marie, Joey Hannaberry, . . .
News

CALEB NICKERSON BRYSON Sept. 14, 2019 Early Saturday morning, a local man was arrested after he cut off a police cruiser near Bryson and then tried to flee . . .
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CALEB NICKERSON SHAWVILLE Sept. 15, 2019 The Pontiac High School parking lot swelled with all manner of cyclists and pedestrians on Sunday afternoon for the . . .