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County Schools get an ‘F’

County Schools get an ‘F’

I feel sorry for County Council. It’s really hard to make a plan for the next 12 months, much less express a vision for the next five years. Why? Because we have about as much control of our future as a blind man in a hot air balloon. Things are changing so fast that – […]

Panthers score a win, take a break

Panthers score a win, take a break

Story and photos by Rebecca Juby The PECI Panthers Girls Hockey game today versus ENSS in Brighton is to be rescheduled due to freezing rain. The team was hungry for a win after the holiday break, beating the Nicholson Crusaders 14-0 last week. The game started out strong for the Panthers with Brooke Jackson scoring […]

Panthers win one, lose two in tournament

Panthers win one, lose two in tournament

Story and photos by Rebecca Juby The Invitational Napanee Girls’ hockey tournament started off on a high note when PECI beat the ENSS Blue Dragons in a shootout. The game started off with both teams battling hard, producing lots of chances to score. Both goalies stopped the chances the teams got, but ENSS was a […]

Don’t forget why we’re ‘County’

Don’t forget why we’re ‘County’

I’ve always had a problem with the marketing of Prince Edward County. This is partly because I’ve been marketing the County for over 40 years. Sure, I’m not recently retired from Toronto, and a don’t bear the title of ‘Marketing Director’ which actually means you get to tell people who know what they’re doing what […]

Panthers look for wins at tourney following double losses

Panthers look for wins at tourney following double losses

Story and photos by Rebecca Juby The PECI Panther Girls Hockey team is looking for wins Wednesday at tournament in Napanee to turn the tide from double losses in away games this past week. Their first game was against the tough Saint Theresa Titans, who the Panthers fought hard throughout the three periods. Both teams […]

PECI Girls finish third at World Youth Holiday Invitational in Hawaii

PECI Girls finish third at World Youth Holiday Invitational in Hawaii

UPDATE Dec 22: In their 40th game of the season, the PECI girls lost 50-29 to a tough team from San Domenico, California. The girls finished the tournament in Hawaii in third place with a record of two wins and three losses. Coach Garden sends a big thanks to all the players, parents, families and […]

PECI Panthers seek another win in rollercoaster week

PECI Panthers seek another win in rollercoaster week

Photos and story by Rebecca Juby Hungry for their first win of the season, the PECI girls hockey team posted on the positive side in a game against the St Paul’s Falcons 13-0 last Thursday. The week had started on a low point with a 5-1 loss to the Moira Trojans at PECI’s first home […]

Homes, Roads and Fears

Homes, Roads and Fears

There’s No Place For Homes. Thanks to Rick Conroy for bringing attention to the plight of retirement homes in Ontario. I’ve been engaged in conversation with local owners for two years, but couldn’t find a way to tackle the problem. He’s right: Government bureaucracy is driving retirement homes out of existence. And I know why. […]

PECI students to mark National Day of Remembrance

PECI students to mark National Day of Remembrance

PECI senior drama students will mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action of Violence Against Women in two performances this week. Twenty four students, under the direction of drama teacher Matthew Sheahan, are travelling to the CORE Art Centre in Belleville Monday, Dec. 6 to perform an original dramatic production, ‘Holding Back’. The event is […]

PECI students become the teachers of indigenous studies

PECI students become the teachers of indigenous studies

High school students became the teachers Wednesday as they took turns reading indigenous children’s books to students at Queen Elizabeth Public School. The PECI students are studying Indigenous issues and literature in Matthew Sheahan’s Contemporary Aboriginal Voices class and traveled to Queen Elizabeth to work with Victoria Carroll’s Grade 4/5 class. The students took turns […]

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