Pond Hockey scores for TMH Foundation– Image 1

A cheque was presented for $15,000 to the Military Families Fund with Tina Furmidge, Diane Gaffney, Julie Lange, Alexi Ouellet, James Brown, CWO Preston, Jeff Moorhouse and Major Sandra Humphreys from Headquarters Wing Administration.

Pond Hockey scores for TMH Foundation

A pond hockey tournament at Batawa in January has scored big for the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation.

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Bringing back the bees - Native pollinators– Image 1

There has been a steady decline of bees worldwide over the past 30 years.

Bringing back the bees - Native pollinators

Honey bees are a unique species unto themselves, the only bee to swarm and colonize.

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Cadet marksmen shoot with help of electronic targets– Image 1

Cadets practice shooting pellet rifles for the regional competition at CFB Trenton. Cadets were competing for 15 spots at the national competition.

Cadet marksmen shoot with help of electronic targets

Even shooting a pellet rifle has gone electronic.

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Local cannabis advocate happy with court injunction– Image 1

Al Graham, a cannabis advocate who has been dealing with Crohn's Disease, attended a patient rally in Ottawa recently held to petition the government to allow people to continue to grow medical marijuana.

Local cannabis advocate happy with court injunction

"We won! We can keep growing! - for now," said Al Graham, a cannabis advocate who has been dealing with Crohn's Disease for over ten years...

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Annual wood carving show takes over QSWC– Image 1

The event featured a wide range of categories to compete in, from decorative wildfowl to relief carving and wood burning.

Annual wood carving show takes over QSWC

Competitors and spectators crowded into the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre Saturday for the largest woodcarving competition in Eastern...

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Peregrine falcon has valuable story to tell– Image 1

Mark Nash of the Canadian Peregrine Foundation visited Hastings Public School where he talked about the species' "special story and plight."

Peregrine falcon has valuable story to tell

Hastings - It's a good news story that very nearly became one of the nature's greatest man-made tragedies. "The Peregrine Falcon is still...

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Local student to perform with all-star jazz band– Image 1

Peter Wowk, a Grade 11 student at Cambpellford District High School, has been selected to join the National Conn-Selmer Centerstage All-Star Jazz Band.

Local student to perform with all-star jazz band

Peter Wowk, 17, a Grade 11 student at Campbellford District High School (CDHS), is hitting all the right notes these days.

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Figurative artist returns to Warkworth– Image 1

Toronto artist Brian Smith displayed his abilities in abstracting the figure using a limited palette of acrylics and soft chalk pastels while painting the image of Port Hope model and artist Maia Desjardins at a free demonstration hosted in Warkworth last March by Spirit of the Hills Northumberland Arts Association.

Figurative artist returns to Warkworth

Returning to Warkworth, Toronto artist Brian Smith will be hosting a teaching workshop called "Portraiture - Realism to Abstraction".

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Arlene Coculuzzi, executive director of Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, poses with her daughter Giada, five, and Ryan Smith, 11, of Trenton at Club Medd on April 13, where 30 volunteers signed up for the annual Bowl for Kids Sake fund-raiser.

For Kids Sake– Image 1

An Open House was held at Quinte West city hall on April 10 for the public to review the Comprehensive Zoning Bylaw which applies to all lands in Quinte West. The new zoning will replace the four existing bylaws approved by the former municipalities of Trenton, Sidney, Frankford and Murray. Here Terry and Alice Dustin of Frankford get information on applying to sever a lot.

Bylaw open house– Image 1

Mayor John Williams congratulated Ben Ruckstuhl on his success during the World Amateur Strongman Championships recently held in Columbus, Ohio.

Strong Success in Ohio– Image 1

Bill McKim, executive director of the Ontario Municipal Management Institute, presented Robert Comeau, Quinte West's fire prevention officer, with a certificate recognizing his achievement of becoming a Certified Municipal Manager in fire prevention enhancement. Fire Chief John Whelan and Mayor John Williams are pictured on the right.

Achievement award– Image 1

Trenton Christian School, March 14: Front - Victoria, Peyton, Ashley, Miriam, Samantha. Back - Terrific Kids coordinator Bob Findlay.

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Bayside Elementary, March 14. Front - Ellen, Abbigail, Madison, Emma. Middle- Dominic, Katie, Paige. Back - Ray Northrup.

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