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Michael Miller’s Valedictorian Address

Good evening — Graduates, Administration, Family and Friends. It is an honour to be up here. There are others more worthy, more handsome, more intelligent, and possibly funnier. But you, the class of 2015, have…


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East Fonthill Development Begins

On Friday, June 19th, local residents and politicians gathered for the East Fonthill ground breaking ceremony near the development site on the southwest corner of Highway 20 and Rice Road. The ceremony marked the culmination…


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Keeping the Faith for Faith

Pelham residents are banding together to support the family of a young woman who suffered serious injuries in a hit and run back in April.   Two months ago, 17-year-old Faith Flagg was severely injured…


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Reflections From Between the Graves

By Capt. Matt Zalot, PAO   I recently returned from the Netherlands, having been sent there as a public affairs officer for Operation Distinction, part of the Canadian military’s contribution to the Government-wide commemoration initiative…


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E.L Crossley Rowing Team win Gold

The E.L Crossley Rowing Team have had a couple of big weekends in May, bringing home some hardware from both the Stotesbury Cup Regatta and the U.S Scholastics. Crossley Rowers took gold in the Junior…



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E.L Crossley’s dominates at SOSSA meet

E.L Crossley’s Track and Field team gave a dominate performance at this year’s SOSSA meet, knocking last year’s champions, Sir Winston Churchill, out of the top spot to finish first place overall. The team had…


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Overcoming a Mountain

Sitting in his Fonthill home, Jim Steele does not immediately strike one as a mountain climber.  On the north side of sixty, with white hair and an easy smile, Jim looks more suited to his…