PETAWAWA – The Town of Petawawa has now joined the ranks of those few municipalities with the official adoption of its own tartan. During Monday night's regular meeting, the predominantly burgundy tartan was unveiled and accepted on behalf of the community by Mayor Bob Sweet, who had to be delighted at the gesture as he is a native of Glasgow, Scotland. The development of a Petawawa tartan was a two-year project under the auspices of the Petawawa Heritage Society.
DEEP RIVER - Police were continuing Monday to search for a Deep River man who went missing over the weekend. David Selander, 63, was last seen on Saturday night at around 6:30 p.m. in the town. His family and authorities are concerned for his well being. Selander is described as five foot in height with short white hair and has a large scar on his left cheek. He was last seen wearing a red and white t-shirt with beige pants and a beige tilly.
PETAWAWA – What a way to end summer. Blue Rodeo's Jim Cuddy and the other headliners from the ONTour Concert series had a crowd of 600 dancing and clapping on the hillside overlooking Centennial Park Sunday night as the town played host to a rare open air show. In stark contrast to the leaves turning colour along the Petawawa River, it was a muggy, humid evening more akin to July than late September, a remarkable turn of events for a summer that will go down in the history books as cold and rainy.
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