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Muskoka Sound muddy good show, starts with Monster crowd Friday, wraps up Sunday

The Beaches, from Toronto, livened up Saturday afternoon with great set.HUNTSVILLE — Muskoka Sound began with a Monster crowd Friday night that ended at with an explosive blast of confetti-infused enthusiasm by Walk Off The Earth as the three-day music fest kicked off under a cool - but dry night…

Gravenhurst man charged with accessing, possession of child pornography

GRAVENHURST — A 36-year-old man was in court Wednesday and released to reappear after being charged with accessing and possession of child pornography. Police say that members of the OPP Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, the OPP Technological Crime Unit and…

MNR urges ‘water safety’ after 40 mm of rain Wednesday night

PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — After last Friday’s two severe rain downpours, the Ministry of Natural Resources – Parry Sound District is warning regional residents in a “watershed safety statement” that “water safety” is in effect for the following river systems within…

Muskoka Lakes candidate’s election signs stolen

MUSKOKA LAKES TWP. — The heated election race in Muskoka Lakes Township that has seen candidates put up hundreds and hundreds of signs has led to reports of thefts of some of them. Police at Bracebridge are investigating thefts…

Muskoka Sound Music Festival this weekend features Serena Ryder, Monster Truck among 20 Canadian and local acts

Walk Off The Earth headline Friday night's bill starting at 9:30 p.m.HUNTSVILLE Muskoka’s largest music festival ever takes the stage Friday night at 5:30 p.m. for a three-day run of top Canadian, international and local acts. Walk Off The Earth headline Friday night’s bill starting at 9:30 p.m. Monster Truck…

RCMP recruiting women for policing career at Sept. 16 open house in Newmarket

NEWMARKET Women looking for a career as a mountie can learn about policing opportunities with the RCMP at three open houses next Tuesday. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the RCMP’s first women officers, they say in a…

Bala Falls online survey finds 83 per cent oppose hydro plant in town

BALA — On the eve of a heated election that may be swung by the debate over the controversial BalaFalls hydro plant, a new group opposed to it has released the results of a survey it claims shows wide support…

Gravenhurst man fined $1,500 for building illegal road on Kashe Barrens Conservation Reserve

BRACEBRIDE — A Gravenhurst man has been fined $1,500 for two offences related to unauthorized road construction in the Kashe Barrens Conservation Reserve. Edward Rybacki pleaded guilty to the offences, and was fined $1,000 for illegally causing the construction of…

St. James Fall Dinner & Auction Sept. 20

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St. James Anglican Church






Saturday, September 20, 2014

Auction opens at 5:00 pm (General Public Welcome)

Dinner served at 6:00 pm Tickets: $20 each For tickets call: Peggy…

Gravenhurst legion celebrates 75th anniversary – Harry Wray would have been proud

After the parade 75 blue and yellow balloons were launched to open the festivities.GRAVENHURST — A hundred years ago the First World War began, 75 years ago the Second World War started and the Gravenhurst legion opened on Bay Street. After the parade 75 blue and yellow balloons were launched to open the…

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