NICKEL CUP LESS THAN 10 DAYS AWAY
5/27/2016 6:12:26 AM
Less than 10 days to go before the return of the Nickel Cup. Chris McCarney is one of the organizers, and he goes over how the event got started. It left Gananoque for Picton a while back, and it has been a long time coming back.

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TLTI COUNCILOR AWARE OF RESIDENTS CONCERNS
5/27/2016 6:08:55 AM
TLTI Council has passed their 2016 budget early this year. In a news letter sent out by councilor Liz Huff, she says the earlier budget is passed the sooner the municipality to get tenders out fast and achieve some savings.

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CENSUS COMPLETION DATE APPROACHING
5/27/2016 6:07:05 AM
Have you completed you census yet? If not you only have until the 31st to complete it. The information gathered every five years helps drive decisions about government programs and services for you, your family, your community and your work life as well.

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SEVERE WEATHER SEASON HAS ARRIVED
5/27/2016 6:05:16 AM
As we get closer to summer the warmer temperatures are here, and with that comes severe weather season. Warning Preparedness Meteorologist with Environment Canada, Geoff Coulson says typically the mornings will start off nice and sunny but clouds will roll in during the early afternoon hours.

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FALSE NAME DOESN'T HIDE WOMAN'S IDENTITY
5/27/2016 6:00:54 AM
A 30 year-old woman thought she could evade police by providing a false name, not only once but twice. The woman was wanted by police for failing to attend court last week. She was spotted by police walking down Princess Street on Wednesday around 3 a.m.

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23 YEAR-OLD FACING CHARGES AFTER WEEKEND ASSAULT
5/27/2016 5:59:01 AM
An Elizabethtown man is facing assault charges according to Leeds OPP. Around 5:30 on Sunday morning police were called to a home on County Rd. 29 in Elizabethtown-Kitley. As a result, a 23 year-old man is facing charges of assault causing bodily harm and uttering threats to cause death.

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5/26/2016 9:16:36 AM
Effective immediately, there is a burn ban in place in the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands according to Fire Prevention Officer Wayne Shields. There is no burning of any kind allowed during a burn ban.

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CHALK THE WALK COLOURING TOWN PARK
5/26/2016 6:10:57 AM
Chalk the Walk is back for its eighth year in a row. Jan Gravelle says she had no idea this event would become so successful. She goes over how the event works. There will be lots of fun things for the kids to do and a barbecue at noon. Cost is $2 per person.

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GOOD SAMARITANS SOUGHT IN HWY. 15 FATAL COLLISION
5/26/2016 6:07:23 AM
Rideau Lakes OPP are looking for two good Samaritans that may have saved the life of a woman involved in a crash on Highway 15. On May 7th, two vehicles collided on Highway 15 near Frayn Road. An 18 year-old male was pronounced dead at the scene.

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PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE CLOSED THURSDAY
5/26/2016 6:05:13 AM
If your normal walk to school, work or just around town includes the footbridge, you'll have to find a new route today (Thursday). The Town will have the pedestrian bridge closed from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the installation of eel ladders.

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