In Focus – Fri August 26, 2016 – Lanark County Mental Health: Sheri Hatherly

Sheri Hatherly from Lanark County Mental Health joins Bob to talk about the services the organization offers, and introduces us to case management – how they individualize each program to each client.

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7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic Golf Tournament – Click to find out more!

7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic Golf Tournament – Click to find out more!

You're invited to the 7th Annual Lake 88 Fall Classic, Wednesday September 7th, 2016, at the Perth Golf Course!

All funds raised this year will go to two valuable senior support groups: the Perth Enrichment Program for Older Adults and the Alzheimer's Society of Lanark Leeds Grenville.

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Carleton Place Council supports storm water management pond in Roy Brown Park

Carleton Place Council supports storm water management pond in Roy Brown Park

After initially voting against the idea, Carleton Place Council is now supporting the placement of a Storm Water Management Pond in Roy Brown Park.

During a special meeting August 16th, council voted to give the green light for the concept for a subdivision application by Cavanaugh Construction for the Bodnar property. The ...

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Smiths Falls Police seek help to catch bike thieves

Smiths Falls Police seek help to catch bike thieves

Smiths Falls Police are looking to the public after a couple of bike thefts in the town.

They report that sometime overnight on Saturday August 20th someone stole a Red 21 Speed Mongoose Frontier Mountain Bike from a residence on Bourke Street.

Earlier in the month, around the 6th, someone stole ...

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MVCA keeps drought status at Level III/Severe

MVCA keeps drought status at Level III/Severe

The Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority is maintaining the drought status for the watershed at Level III / Severe status.

The organization issued the following statement yesterday afternoon: 

Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) Low Water Response Team (LWRT) is maintaining the drought status for the watershed at Level III / Severe ...

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Lanark County OPP locate missing Toronto woman

Lanark County OPP locate missing Toronto woman

Lanark County OPP, with the support of the Emergency Response Team, Canine Officers and the Aerial Support unit have found a woman who was missing from Toronto.

She was found in the Township of Lanark Highlands.

The 25 year-old was last seen early yesterday morning.

Police were called to a ...

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Smiths Falls set to celebrate Brooke and Brittany on Sept. 9th

Smiths Falls set to celebrate Brooke and Brittany on Sept. 9th

The Town of Smiths Falls will celebrate Brooke and Brittany Henderson with a celebration on Friday September 9th.

The town will welcome Brooke back from the 2016 Olympics, and honour both sisters for their season on the LPGA tour.

The red and white themed celebrations will take place at Centennial ...

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In Focus – Thurs August 25, 2016 – The “Keep Ontario Working” workplace review report

General Manager of the Carleton Place Chamber of Commerce Jackie Kavanagh joins us to talk to us about the “Keep Ontario Working” workplace review report, and how it effects Carleton Place specifically.

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Smiths Falls seeks public input for Vimy tree planting

Smiths Falls seeks public input for Vimy tree planting

Smiths Falls is looking for input as to where a special oak tree should be planted.

The tree is the descendant of acorns collected by a junior Canadian officer, Leslie Miller from Scarborough, Ontario who collected acorns from a grove of European oak trees that were growing in the vicinity ...

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Plowing match and Tay Valley Heritage Day celebrates past settlers, and new ones too

Plowing match and Tay Valley Heritage Day celebrates past settlers, and new ones too

This year’s Lanark County Plowing Match held with Tay Valley Township to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the township celebrated past settlers and new ones too.

The township says, “In the spirit of homesteading and starting afresh, it was fitting that a brand new settler was involved in the festivities.”

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