Po­lice News

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Last­week, the Regie de po­lice Mem­phrem­a­gog re­ceived a call con­cern­ing an accident at the Soft-tex Pil­lows fac­tory on Prin­ci­pale, in Ma­gog. A 51 year-old woman got her arm caught in a ma­chine. While per­son­nel from the CSSSM cared for the woman, paramedics, fire­fight­ers and the po­lice worked to­gether for three hours to re­lease her from the ma­chine. Her con­di­tion is not known and a CSST in­spec­tor has gone to the scene to de­ter­mine the cause of the accident.

A lit­tle be­fore mid­night on Au­gust 24th, a 32 year-old man from Charle­magne be­gan beat­ing his fe­male part­ner fol­low­ing an at­tack of jeal­ousy in a Ma­gog mo­tel room. The woman was able to find refuge in a nearby room of her work col­leagues who called the po­lice. She re­ceived wounds to her face and was taken to the hos­pi­tal. The sus­pect, who had

Dur­ingthe Ayer’s Cliff Fair, the Hor­ti­cul­ture Build­ing, full to the rafters with flo­ral bou­quets, fresh veg­eta­bles, home bak­ing, color­ful pre­serves and more, is a real feast for the senses. With over a dozen tro­phies on the line, the vol­un­teers with the Stanstead County Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety are busy ev­ery year re­ceiv­ing and plac­ing all the ex­hibits be­fore the judg­ing be­gins, on Fri­day. “We had one hun­dred and four ex­hibitors and lots of chil­dren’s ex­hibits. We also had a hon­ey­bee demon­stra­tion again this year – Ray Be­langer set up a hive in the Hor­ti­cul­ture Build­ing,” said Wendy Ma­son, a vol­un­teer with the So­ci­ety.

“We didn’t have any en­trants in the roses this year, but other than that it all went smoothly, ev­ery­one got along,” said Deb­bie Smith, an­other vol­un­teer with the Stanstead County Hor­ti­cul­tural So­ci­ety. Shirley Roy, for about the tenth or eleventh year in

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