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If you aren’t a subscriber yet, here is a sample of some of the wonderful stories you couldn’t read because they weren’t covered anywhere else in the world except by West Carleton Online last July. Yep, those are all exclusive and only from July – and that’s not even all of them. We don’t expect you to read the whole list. But we do hope you consider supporting the Number One source for breaking news and information in West Carleton. Subscribe today:

  • Kinburn violinist makes National Youth Orchestra
  • Farm School graduates first class
  • Evolution Wakeboard host’s Ottawa’s first wakeboard competition in Carp
  • West Carleton riders excel at international horse show
  • The Carp Show ‘n Shine
  • Constance Bay Community Association AGM
  • Dunrobin hosts special needs fashion show
  • Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry to appoint flood advisor (we broke that story by a full two weeks)
  • Dunrobin harness race trainer has stud in Silverado
  • West Carleton Foodgrains bank feeding the globe
  • Coun. Eli El-Chantiry shares opinion on return of community policing
  • 4-H judges their young judges in Carp
  • Galetta’s Moyes brings the EOSHL WC with the Rivermen
  • We broke the story of the July 417 multi-vehicle collision at Panmure
  • WC girls help 56ers make provincial championship
  • Provincial help for slow crop season
  • Guilty verdict in three-year-old Carp collision
  • Harbour’s Ovington medals at Canadian track championship
  • Final Drive-In Bingo in support of Engelberts
  • Concerts in the Park series raises $2,082 for CHEO
  • West Carleton Electric host the Gil Read Memorial Fastball Tournament
  • City staff visit WC’s rural businesses
  • Archie’s stuffing faces for charity
  • Kars dog show has home in Carp
  • Firefighters attend to leaky sailboat near Pinhey’s Point
  • Our garden, health and creative writing columns
  • WOCRC provides free transportation for WC youth
  • Free Carp Fair kids craft night
  • AECON awarded Carleton Place construction program
  • West Carleton culvert work this August
  • El-Chantiry says city ‘actively working’ on garbage pick-up issue
  • Corkery veggie swap
  • Independent flood review coming?
  • CBBCA welcomes new president
  • U12 West Carleton Electric wins silver at OASA qualifier
  • Gambit Music sets up in Carp studio
  • Truck fire blamed for slow WC garbage pick-up
  • Carp Fitness Park reaches financial goal
  • Carp River living classroom
  • Bay meeting flooded with doubters
  • West Carleton sustainability plan released
  • Harbour Days a hot time
  • Modular home another sign of recovery in Dunrobin
  • Free summer youth programming in Carp
  • West Carleton minor hockey registration now open
  • Wes’ Chips seeks new owner (we broke that one weeks before CBC did a story)
  • Twins take gold at Carp fastball tourney
  • Harbour’s free summer youth camp, anytime
  • Of course, there was our continuing coverage of the 2019 spring flood and the 2018 fall tornado
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