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Garda Station Open … HERE Cormic McCluskey RIP .. HERE Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE
Garda Station: At the moment the Emyvale Gardai are working out of the Scotstown Station and covering the Emyvale area with patrols. A number of alternative temporary accommodations were available in the interim but good sense dictated that it would not be prudent to spend money on providing the necessary equipment and communications in a temporary building and so the decision was made to convert the existing Garda house, which is vacant, beside the old barrack to become the new location for the Garda Station. This was a good decision as it would cost less and be operational much sooner. The designation of the building must be changed from ‘Dwelling House’. My understanding is that this application has been made to Monaghan County Council and it is hoped that the work will be finished and the Station back in operation in about four weeks, much sooner than if they had to begin building from the ground. CHRISTMAS VIDEO MESSAGE: Loneliness and isolation kills the most vulnerable in our society - but there is another silent killer that we can't see or smell - carbon monoxide poisoning. Please share and spread this Christmas message about caring for the elderly people living alone this Christmas. We all deserve to be looked after. https://www.facebook.com/GillChimneyServices/videos/4286136 01184655/?q=gill%20chimney%20services&epa=SEARCH_BOX Three Good News Stories: 1. Cllr. Paudge Connolly has welcomed the wonderful news that Carrickroe Village is to receive €73,593.55 under the Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 to develop a playground in the Village. This is terrific news for Carrickroe as it is a very proactive place and a developing place with a great community spirit where everyone puts their shoulder to the wheel when there is something to be done and where volunteers are plentiful when a community action is begun. I know that the Playground will be a fantastic addition to amentiies and will be enjoyed by the ever growing young population. 2 I was watching ‘All Hands On Deck’ on RTE 1 on Sunday night and who did I see but Sean and Maureen McAllister, from Glaslough, on the Cruise ship and they were involved in most aspects of the show, which was presented by Francis Brennan. He enjoyed their company and had them doping all sorts of things like eating Pizza, taking a Sauna and going on a tour of Helsinki. They were pictured taking part in other On Board activity and it was obvious that they were enjoying themselves immensely. Watching them one would just love to go on a cruise. Well done Sean and Maureen. 3. Donagh Development Association has been given further good news in that they will benefit by getting €20,000 from the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (ORIS) plus €3600 from the Oscar Sports Grant. However this funding has to be spent on developments, which have been planned, and unfortunately it will need added funding from the DDA to complete the work. Hopefully those who enjoy the facility and all who can see the benefit of having such a marvellous amenity in our area will support any fundraising that the DDA might organise.
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Priorities ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE
Be Alert: There have been a number of attempted burglaries in the North Monaghan area in recent weeks and most of these have occurred in between the hours of 2.00am to 7.30am. Most of them have been efforts to get into sheds or garages at houses and, when disturbed by some owners, the burglars did not panic but got into a car and drove away but then stopped at another house nearby. One car used by some of the raiders is a VW Golf, which is white with a black roof. Another vehicle was a Red Van but the registrations of both were not visible. Some people don’t bother calling the Gardai as they would claim that the burglars will be gone by the time the Gardai get there but every event should be logged with the Gardai as all this information can be used by the Garda authorities in the Cavan/Monaghan District to help get more Gardai to the area. It would also help if more Garda vehicles were available so that more frequent patrols can be carried out in rural areas. However, in the meantime, everyone is urged to Be Alert and report any suspicious activity in your area. The best number to use to call the Gardai is 112.
Available for sale in the following locations : Monaghan SPCA Shelter, Killydonagh; All Creatures, Monaghan; Pet Stop; Eason’s (Flemings); Gillander’s Shoe Shop; Ronaghan’s Optician Monaghan and Carrickmacross; Keegan’s Newsagent Carrickmacross; Monaghan Boarding Kennels, Corcaghan; Maxol Coolshannagh; Emyvale and Clones Credit Unuion; McSorley’s Chemist Emyvale, Parklands Aughnacloy/Dungannon; Beatty Farm and Fuel Supplies, Lisnaskea; Mace Shop Smithboro; Centra Scotstown; Margaret Carron, Professional Beauty, Roslea.
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Garda Station Open … HERE Cormic McCluskey RIP .. HERE Emyvale Then and Now …….. HERE The Disappeared …….. HERE Seamus McCluskey RIP ……. HERE Newspapers ………….…… HERE
Garda Station: At the moment the Emyvale Gardai are working out of the Scotstown Station and covering the Emyvale area with patrols. A number of alternative temporary accommodations were available in the interim but good sense dictated that it would not be prudent to spend money on providing the necessary equipment and communications in a temporary building and so the decision was made to convert the existing Garda house, which is vacant, beside the old barrack to become the new location for the Garda Station. This was a good decision as it would cost less and be operational much sooner. The designation of the building must be changed from ‘Dwelling House’. My understanding is that this application has been made to Monaghan County Council and it is hoped that the work will be finished and the Station back in operation in about four weeks, much sooner than if they had to begin building from the ground. CHRISTMAS VIDEO MESSAGE: Loneliness and isolation kills the most vulnerable in our society - but there is another silent killer that we can't see or smell - carbon monoxide poisoning. Please share and spread this Christmas message about caring for the elderly people living alone this Christmas. We all deserve to be looked after. https://www.facebook.com/GillChimneyServices/videos /428613601184655/?q=gill%20chimney%20services&e pa=SEARCH_BOX Three Good News Stories: 1. Cllr. Paudge Connolly has welcomed the wonderful news that Carrickroe Village is to receive €73,593.55 under the Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2019 to develop a playground in the Village. This is terrific news for Carrickroe as it is a very proactive place and a developing place with a great community spirit where everyone puts their shoulder to the wheel when there is something to be done and where volunteers are plentiful when a community action is begun. I know that the Playground will be a fantastic addition to amentiies and will be enjoyed by the ever growing young population. 2 I was watching ‘All Hands On Deck’ on RTE 1 on Sunday night and who did I see but Sean and Maureen McAllister, from Glaslough, on the Cruise ship and they were involved in most aspects of the show, which was presented by Francis Brennan. He enjoyed their company and had them doping all sorts of things like eating Pizza, taking a Sauna and going on a tour of Helsinki. They were pictured taking part in other On Board activity and it was obvious that they were enjoying themselves immensely. Watching them one would just love to go on a cruise. Well done Sean and Maureen. 3. Donagh Development Association has been given further good news in that they will benefit by getting €20,000 from the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (ORIS) plus €3600 from the Oscar Sports Grant. However this funding has to be spent on developments, which have been planned, and unfortunately it will need added funding from the DDA to complete the work. Hopefully those who enjoy the facility and all who can see the benefit of having such a marvellous amenity in our area will support any fundraising that the DDA might organise.
Childrens Hospital ……. HERE Cancer test …………….. HERE Health Matters ……….. HERE Health Priorities ……….. HERE Health Investment…….. HERE We Need Change …… HERE
Be Alert: There have been a number of attempted burglaries in the North Monaghan area in recent weeks and most of these have occurred in between the hours of 2.00am to 7.30am. Most of them have been efforts to get into sheds or garages at houses and, when disturbed by some owners, the burglars did not panic but got into a car and drove away but then stopped at another house nearby. One car used by some of the raiders is a VW Golf, which is white with a black roof. Another vehicle was a Red Van but the registrations of both were not visible. Some people don’t bother calling the Gardai as they would claim that the burglars will be gone by the time the Gardai get there but every event should be logged with the Gardai as all this information can be used by the Garda authorities in the Cavan/Monaghan District to help get more Gardai to the area. It would also help if more Garda vehicles were available so that more frequent patrols can be carried out in rural areas. However, in the meantime, everyone is urged to Be Alert and report any suspicious activity in your area. The best number to use to call the Gardai is 112.
Available for sale in the following locations : Monaghan SPCA Shelter, Killydonagh; All Creatures, Monaghan; Pet Stop; Eason’s (Flemings); Gillander’s Shoe Shop; Ronaghan’s Optician Monaghan and Carrickmacross; Keegan’s Newsagent Carrickmacross; Monaghan Boarding Kennels, Corcaghan; Maxol Coolshannagh; Emyvale and Clones Credit Unuion; McSorley’s Chemist Emyvale, Parklands Aughnacloy/Dungannon; Beatty Farm and Fuel Supplies, Lisnaskea; Mace Shop Smithboro; Centra Scotstown; Margaret Carron, Professional Beauty, Roslea.