To Kill a Mockingbird

15 Mar
Where does the time go? This coming Saturday, March 18th, is ‘Movie Night’ in Dunvegan, a secret gem of an event that inexplicitly remains undiscovered. For the March movie, organizers Laurie Maus and Bob Garner have selected To Kill a ... Read more »

Keep on truckin’

8 Mar
What a difference a wee passage of time makes. While searching the Glengarry County Archives’ database, a small display ad popped off the page of the January 17th, 1974 Glengarry News and grabbed me by the eyeballs. It read: “T ... Read more »

Bad news. Good news.

1 Mar
The bad news is that René Trottier, a long-time Dunvegan resident, suffered a stroke or a TIA (Trans Ischemic Attack) last week. While unconfirmed, Robert Campbell heard that René was dining out with a friend in Alexandria when it happened. ... Read more »

Score: $3,294,474.82

22 Feb
Last week, I started to talk about one of Dunvegan’s most successful merchants. Back in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Dunvegan was a crossroads of commerce. Formally registered as a village in 1877, our bustling young community boasted general ... Read more »