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Dean Man Saves Three

When the ‘Witch of November’ Comes Calling By: Lyle Dillabough Old-time mariners in Canada have a saying that states: “don’t go out on the waters...

Lennie’s ‘Lost Love’ Letters

It is a tale of love. A tale of hope. A story of dreams, and of promises spoken. With a bright future, and of things to come. All there just waiting for them: but it...

The Short Life of Sterne Tighe Edwards

The Roy Brown Society wishes to thank Hugh Halliday for his research and writing about Sterne Edwards which was used in the making of this article. Compiled by Rob...

The Short Life of Neil John McPhee

Private McPhee by: Rob Probert Neil McPhee was born in Carleton Place, June 9, 1890. He was the son of Angus and Jane McPhee. Imagine Carleton Place at that time. The...

NEW Stompin’ Tom Biography

NEW STOMPIN’ TOM BIOGRAPHY HI-LIGHTS; CARLETON PLACE, MUFFERAW JOE, & THE ‘GRAND OLE LADY’ A new unauthorized Biography on the life of the late...

Magical Musical Summer of 72

1972 was a very memorable year! Not only was it the year of Watergate and Paul Henderson’s goal, it was also one of the best years in the history of 20th century...

The End of the Line

One hundred and sixty years of railroad history has come and gone. And with it goes “MacDonald’s Dream” as one of the original lines of the Canadian...

The Silver Fox

July 17, 2007 may well be remembered for years to come in the Ottawa Valley as the day the music died. For it was then that Ron McMunn β€œThe Silver Fox” took his final...

Remembering Dave Lemay

It’s hard to believe that it has been nearly 20 years since David Lemay was shot and killed at OC Transpo along with three other men. Dave was a mechanic on duty...

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