Saturday morning single vehicle collision has Smiths Falls driver airlifted to hospital

Saturday morning single vehicle collision has Smiths Falls driver airlifted to hospital

A single vehicle collision on highway 29 has sent a Smiths Falls driver to hospital.

Leeds OPP are continuing an investigation into the collision that occurred in Elizabethtown-Kitley Township.

It happened Saturday, at about 6:20 A.M., when OPP were advised of a collision that had occurred on County Road 29 ...

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Smiths Falls resident Carol Anne Knapp seeking provincial NDP nomination in LFL&A

Smiths Falls resident Carol Anne Knapp seeking provincial NDP nomination in LFL&A

Smiths Falls resident Carol Anne Knapp has announced that she is seeking the nomination for the NDP in the provincial riding of Lanark-Frontenac-Lennox & Addington.

Knapp tells Lake 88 that she’s running as a voice for the poor which, as she says, “Isn't the usual demographic that candidates court as ...

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Classic Theatre Festival Wins Prestigious Best Design Award for Mystery Thriller

Classic Theatre Festival Wins Prestigious Best Design Award for Mystery Thriller

At a National Arts Centre gathering last week in Ottawa, the Classic Theatre Festival's Roger Schultz was honoured with a Best Set Design award for his work on the professional Perth theatre's production of the mystery thriller I’ll Be Back Before Midnight.

"It could just as easily have been any of ...

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Perth and Lanark help to Build a Mountain of Food

Perth and Lanark help to Build a Mountain of Food

The people of Perth and Lanark Highlands braved the weather Saturday to help their local food banks.

Week 2 of the 2017 Hinton Auto Group Build a Mountain of Food campaign in Lanark and Perth was a big success.

In Lanark, 1,530 lbs of food was collected, and $1,855.00 donated ...

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Algonquin students to resume classes Tuesday, Nov. 21

Algonquin students to resume classes Tuesday, Nov. 21

Teachers, Councillors, and Librarians are joining other staff in Ontario’s colleges today as back-to-work legislation was passed yesterday forcing 12,000 faculty back to work.

Students get back to class tomorrow. Algonquin College, including its campus in Perth, has made changes to the rest of the school year to make sure ...

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Leeds OPP seek man missing since late October

Leeds OPP seek man missing since late October

Leeds County OPP are asking for the public's help to find a man from Leeds and the Thousand Islands, who was reported missing on November 7, 2017.

Missing is 24 year-old Mathieu Roy of County Road 32 in Leeds and the Thousand Islands Township.

He was last communicated with about ...

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