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Sweetheart Brunch raises $4,000 for KDH CT scanner campaign

The Kemptville District Hospital (KDH) Foundation is one step closer to crossing a CT scanner off its list of needed medical equipment.  KDH Foundation staff are thanking the local Knights of Columbus chapter for donating the proceeds from its annual “Sweetheart Brunch.”  $4,000 was raised in total at the event, held...

Deadline for Health Unit merger proposal extended into spring

Our local Health Unit has a bit of extra time to decide whether it wants to merge with some other public health organizations.  The deadline for the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health, and Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Public Health to submit a...

Connect Youth reaches 66 percent of Coldest Night fundraising target

With less than two weeks to go before the Coldest Night of the Year, Connect Youth has raised more than half of its fundraising goal.  So far, $21,223 has been donated to the initiative. The organization’s goal is to bring in $32,000.  The Coldest Night of the Year is an annual...

RVCA issues water safety statement

Be careful around bodies of water over the weekend.  That’s a message from the Riveau Valley Conservation Authority, which has issued a water safety statement for our area.  According to the statement, warm weather over the next few days could lead to rising water levels across the region.  Staff members say you...

Grenville Federation of Agriculture hosting annual meeting in Spencerville next month

An organization representing local farmers is hosting a meeting and fundraising event soon.  The Grenville Federation of Agriculture is hosting its annual meeting March 8th at the Drummond building in Spencerville.  “We’re a lobby organization to help farmers in any problems they have,” explains organization President Adrian Wynands. “Usually in dealing...

Vista Radio Purchases 21 stations from Bell Media

Vista Radio – the parent company of MyKemptvilleNow.com – is growing. Vista has announced the purchase of 21 radio stations in British Columbia from Bell Media. It means the company will operate over 70 stations serving local communities just like ours in BC, the Northwest Territories, Alberta and Ontario. Bryan Edwards,...
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