The only thing certain in the world of health care these days is change – and the Deep River and District Hospital is not immune. > continue reading
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JULY 2, 1986: Neil McLean Raven retires this week after 36 years as a police officer, 19 of them as Deep River’s chief of police. Deep River’s force was in a state of upheaval at the time of Raven’s arrival and only Constable Aksel Ahokas remained of the original force. Raven rebuilt the force from scratch and there have been few changes in personnel since.
Deep River town council has passed a municipal tax rate bylaw which will see total taxes for 2016 increase by 2.56 per cent. > continue reading
Deep River’s housing needs are not unique but the manner in which the municipality is addressing them certainly is. > continue reading
In a few short weeks, a former Renfrew County student will be running for a gold medal at the Olympic games in Rio de Janeiro. But Melissa Bishop of Eganville is “much like you,” Trustee Majorie Adam told 51 members …