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U.S. states allowed to ban abortions after Supreme Court decision

The U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe vs Wade making way for states to ban abortions The move overturns constitutional protections that had been in place for nearly fifty years. It's expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half of the states in the U.S. The initial decision to review the...

St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation announces Rockathon fundraising results

It was a successful day to rock for local healthcare. Several teams rocked on rocking chairs to raise money for the St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation last week. Ten teams took to their chairs over the course of several hours. The Foundation says as a result, they were able to...

Ministry of Natural Resources planning to drop rabies vaccine

Expect to see more planes and aircraft than usual flying over our area in a few weeks. Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has announced its plans for the annual rabies bait drop. In rural areas like ours, marshmallow-scented pills that contain a liquid rabies vaccine are going to be...

Think Turtle Conservation Initiative urging people to call them in emergencies

With turtles regularly crossing the highways across the region, the Managing Director of the Think Turtle Conservation Initiative says how you contact them could be all the difference in saving a turtle’s life. Kelly Wallace is urging people to not send inquiries to them through email, Facebook Messenger or tag...

CO Blitz looking to make a comeback this year

Another major event in Madawaska Valley is hoping to resume this year after a break. The Combermere Recreation Committee is looking to hold CO Blitz on July 31st this year. Organizers say the event has been held for many decades and is of historical importance to Combermere. They plan to...

Renfrew County warning about wild parsnip

The County of Renfrew says it is doing all it can to reduce the hazards surrounding wild parsnip. The invasive species is common, according to the County, but it also poses a health risk to people. The plant's sap can cause skin and eye irritation, but also can cause long...
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