May 3, 1975, the body of an unidentified woman was located in the South Nation River, a short distance from Highway 417 bridge, south of Casselman.
Over the past 42 years Ontario Provincial Police detectives have conducted a thorough and extensive investigation but have yet to determine the identity of the "Nation River Lady."
However, recently a 3-D facial reconstruction of the Nation River Lady was completed. With advanced technology and investigative techniques, the OPP is reaching out for the public’s assistance to identify this woman and to find the person or person(s) responsible for her murder.
Call 1-888-310-1122 or the Nation River Lady dedicated tipline at 613-591-2296.
AGE: 25-50 yrs
HEIGHT: 157 cm (5’2”) to 173 cm (5’8”)
BUILD: Average and weighed approximately 100 lbs
DENTAL: Dental work- partial upper and lower dentures
HAIR: Brown hair dyed reddish blonde
CLOTHING: Navy blue body shirt with snaps to enclose at crotch
She had manicured toes and finger nails with pink polish, her appendix had been removed.
The Casselman Vikings are Barkley Cup Champions, having defeated the Richmond Royals 5-1 Wednesday night to sweep the series and win their fourth straight CCHL2 title.
Rookie goaltender Seth Carter was on top of his game once again, making 27 saves to win his 10th straight game and finish the playoffs with eye-popping numbers: a 12-2 record, with a 2.05 goals against average and a 0.939 save percentage.
The Vikings continued to do what they did all season long, and that was score by committee, as five players tallied markers in this one. Jeremie Lefebvre (1G, 2A), Brendan Doherty (1G,1A), Joel Hunt (1G, 1A), Isaac Barr (1G), and Tyler Somers (1G) all lit the lamp.
Patrick Kealey made 26 saves in the Richmond net, while Matt Veaudry had the lone goal.
It is a rarity at any level, but especially in junior hockey, that a team can have as much success as the Vikings have had in their franchise history. Each season the club puts the work in to build a contender.
As the CCHL2 news release puts it, "The Vikings continue to be a model franchise, a fun place for players to play, and a great organization for young players to develop before moving up the ladder."
With a 3-2 win in Alexandria tonight, the junior B Glens have advanced to the quarter-final round of CCHL2 playoffs. We have more details in our online story here and will have a full report in the March 2 edition of The Glengarry News.
There's a Glengarry county connection to the EOJHL St. Lawrence Division final series this year, and it comes in the person of Anthony Pace. The Maxville native is a rookie member of the Casselman Vikings. He recorded 18 points during the regular season and one assist in the opening playoff round, where the Vikes dispatched the Char-Lan Rebels. Pace wears number 8.
The Vikings beat the Hawks in game one last night, 6-3, with the second contest set for tonight in Winchester. The full schedule is on our website at www.sportsintheglens.ca