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The content below is updated periodically to include updates and additional items that supplement the weekly edition of The Glengarry News.
As we prepare our next edition, the possibility of a Canada Post strike or lockout looms.
Since we are optimists, we will continue to mail out copies of our July 6 edition as usual.
But, in the event the labour dispute remains unresolved, your papers will get stuck in the Canada Post System.
If service is disrupted, for the duration of the impasse, The Glengarry News subscribers will not receive their papers through the mail.
If you receive your copy as usual, obviously, postal service has not yet been disrupted.
However, if you do not receive your News through the mail, you can pick up your copy at our office at 3 Main St. S., Alexandria.
For subscribers living outside the immediate region, your copies will be held and mailed out once a settlement has been reached.
As usual, copies will be available at the many retail locations throughout the district.
If you have not yet tried our digital edition, now may be a good time to check it out at glengarrynews.ca
We shall post updates on the postal negotiations on our various platforms: glengarry247.com, glengarrynews.ca, on our Facebook page and on Twitter.
We appreciate your ongoing support and patience.
The latest sports photos uploaded to the online galleries of The Glengarry News include images of the tyke and mosquito football games from last Friday night at the Maxville Fair, as well as a June 23 Glengarry Soccer League senior women's match and the peewee football championship game, which was played Sunday in Alexandria and featured the Glengarry Gaels versus the Cornwall Wildcats.
A sample photo is shown here. You can check out these photo galleries and more here.
Be sure to check out the June 29 edition of The Glengarry News for all the details on these recent sports events in the county.
July 1, the Ontario Provincial Police and Sûreté du Québec with the police services of the states of New York, Vermont, Maine and New Hampshire are conducting "Safety Without Borders," a blitz that will encompass Highway 401 from the Québec border through to Gananoque, on Highway 416 and on Highway 417 from the Québec border to Hawkesbury, as well as routes south of the border.
We have posted a couple of photos to our Sports in the Glens website and will have full coverage of the youth football game from the Maxville Fair in the June 29 edition of The Glengarry News.
The public is being asked to help police find the driver who fled the scene of an accident on Centre Street in Alexandria Thursday evening.
At 6:56 p.m. SDG OPP responded to a report that a red Chev Cavalier has struck a parked pick-up truck and fled the scene westbound on Centre Street. Damage should be evident to the rear of the vehicle. No injuries resulted.
Anyone with information that could help the investigation is asked to call 1-888-310-1122 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.
The phone book is here! The wait is over!
Yes, the new, bigger and better, The News Glengarry Telephone Directory has arrived! Subscribers will receive a copy in this week's edition. It will also be available at businesses where The News is sold. And, if you can't wait until Wednesday, get one at our office at 3 Main St. South, Alexandria.
When Gilles Carrière died in 1970, the death of the 15-year-old from Glen Roy was ruled to be a drowning. But his father and his brother never accepted that Gilles, a strong swimmer, could drown in four feet of water. The coroner admitted the investigation was flawed; to this day, details remain confidential; documents are heavily redacted. "There are too many questions," says Bernie Carrière. Read about how he and his wife are "trying to piece together this puzzle" in the June 22 edition of The News.
The Cornwall OVFL Wildcats will host the Cumberland Panthers today, starting at 4pm. The Wildcats include four county players and are looking for their first win of the season, currently sitting at 0-3. The Panthers enter this game 1-2.
The game is played at Joe St. Denis Field.
The peewee football playoff semifinal game scheduled for Sunday in Alexandria has been cancelled, due to Russell forfeiting. As such, the Glengarry Gaels earn the win to advance to the peewee spring league championship game, which they will host in a week's time.
The county's other three football entries – tykes, mosquitos, bantams – are set to play their semifinals in Cornwall tomorrow. Here's the schedule:
Tykes at 10am
Mosquitos at 11:30am
Bantams at 1:30pm
All games are played at Joe St. Denis Field, in Cornwall.
A new story about two county drivers winning at the Cornwall Speedway has been posted to our Sports Extra website at http://www.glengarrynews.ca/node/4051
In a series of recent thefts, June 9-10, a blue Luzhong tractor was stolen from a property located on County Road 19, South Glengarry Township. Also stolen were a Honda generator and power and hand tools.
Between June 12-14, a quantity of copper and brass was stolen from a commercial property on Little Fifth Road, South Glengarry.
Between June 13-14, about 40 cedar trees were lifted from a property on 2nd Line Road, South Glengarry.
Anyone with information on these thefts should immediately contact SD&G OPP at 1-888-310-1122, or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.