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Port Carling break-in sees elderly resident robbed of cash, prescription drugs

PORT CARLING — A break-in in which an elderly homeowner was robbed of cash and prescription drugs here, has police on the hunt. Bracebridge OPP are appealing for the public’s assistance regarding a robbery that occurred at a residence on…

Bird Lane Road reopens in Bracebridge with one lane

BRACEBRIDGE — Town officials here say Bird Lake Road in Bracebridge at civic address #1320 has been partially re-opened to pedestrian and vehicular traffic effective at 11:15 a.m. on Tuesday. One lane accessibility will remain in effect until further notice.…

Low-cost rabies shots offered by health unit

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — Local veterinarians in Simcoe and Muskoka are continuing to offer a series of low-cost rabies clinics this week. Clinics are lined up over the next week and a half in Angus, Essa, Barrie, Hawkestone and Rama. In…

Orillia’s Lakehead University open house Oct. 25

ORILLIALakehead University a is expecting hundreds of prospective students and their families to visit LakeheadUniversity’s Orillia campus this weekend for its Fall Preview open house. The event takes place on Saturday, October 25 from noon to 4 p.m.…

Clement ‘war mongering,’ says NDP riding president

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: MP Tony Clement’s recent statement in the House of Commons about “the time to stop extremists is now” is nothing more than war mongering. The failure of the west to bring peace to the area of…

Miller lauds health minister for funding 5 satellite health-care centres in Muskoka

QUEEN’S PARK — Monday afternoon, on the day that the Ontario Legislature returned for the fall session, MPP Norm Miller applauded Minister of Health Eric Hoskins on the decision to provide funding for new nursing stations as part of a…

Fine Films movie about film critic Roger Ebert Oct. 21

GRAVENHURST — Movie buffs won’t want to miss October’s Fine Films presentation at the Gravenhurst Opera House. Join them on Tuesday evening, October 21, for Life Itself, the story of Roger Ebert, world renowned film critic. Learn about the game…

District offers free workshops to help child care-givers

BRACEBRIDGE — The district’s community services department is offering six bi-monthly workshops to help professional child care givers with educational tips. The children’s services team of the District of Muskoka says it recognized the need for professional development for Muskoka-based…

Cars towed away at Bala Cranberry Festival

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: The following letter was sent to the MuskokaLakes mayor and council re: parking at the Bala Cranberry Festival Mayor Alice Murphy,  I have just returned from attending your annual Cranberry Fest.  My wife and I have…

Huntsville man arrested in thefts at Summit Centre changerooms

HUNTSVILLE Finally, a middle-aged Huntsville man has been charged following a number of thefts from changerooms at the Huntsville Summit Centre’s public arena/pool changerooms. Police say over the past few months the many people who attended the Canada Summit…

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