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7 dogs, 3 cats found abandoned in Huntsville apartment

HUNTSVILLE Police and the OSPCA are investigating after 10 animals were found inside a rental unit and appear to have been abandoned. Police say that on July 21, 2015, just after 7 p.m. Huntsville OPP were called to a…

Human remains found in Huntsville ‘not suspicioius,’ say police

HUNTSVILLEPolice now consider human remains found in Huntsville not to be suspicious. OPP at Huntsville report that on Wednesday July 22 the remains were found off Shay Road. They say their investigation is now complete and the cause…

John Deere tractor stolen in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLEA decked out farm tractor has been reported stolen to police. They say that on July 27 at about 8:02 a.m. Huntsville OPP received a complaint of a theft of tractor. The complainant had parked his John Deere…

Muskoka Concert Band to hand out bursaries to 2 music students at Huntsville concert Wednesday night

HUNTSVILLE - Wednesday night’s weekly Muskoka Concert Band performance in Rivermill Park will be a special one for a couple of local young musicians. Hannah Murphy and Jazzmine Van Veld will be presented with bursaries from the community band as…

Driver identified in fiery Hwy. 11 crash in Gravenhurst July 20

A 59-year-old New Tecumseh man died after hitting a rock cut just south of the Harvey's Restaurant on Hwy. 11 southbound.GRAVENHURST — The driver involved in a fiery late morning crash just south of the town core on Hwy. 11 July 20, in which he hit a rock cut has been identified. A 59-year-old New Tecumseh man died after hitting…

‘VIEWPOINT’: Classic summer in Muskoka

‘VIEWPOINT’ By Matt Sitler What a weekend!  ‘VIEWPOINT’With Matthew Sitler Of course Muskoka never fails to impress at the height of a classic summer, but in each corner of the District this past weekend thousands came out of the woods…

Midwifery and medical world meet in hospitals for better start to life

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare MOREOB Core Teams earn recognition awards for participation. Front from left are Dr. Owen Hughes, Salus; Dr. Sheena Branigan; Lori Steele, Midwife; and Kristen Bell, RN. Back from left are Dianne Smith, Midwife; Alicia Taylor, RN; Dr. Tina Kappos; Susan Heideman, Salus; Ann Handley, RN; Shelly McMurray, RN; and Dr. Sandi Adamson.MUSKOKA — Local hospitals and midwives are working closer together in a new program to continue providing the best possible care to start life. Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare MOREOB Core Teams earn recognition awards for participation. Front from left are Dr.…

Ike’s 40th ‘Muskoka Jam’ celebration brings together friends, colaborators for CD

BAYSVILLE — The 40th annual Muskoka Jam was held Sunday July 26 in the barn of Ike Kelneck. Singers Grady and Casey Kelneck backup Tony Clement on the guitar at the Muskoka Jam Sunday. Many musicians from across Ontario got…

Ike’s ‘Muskoka Jam’ celebrates 40 years on busy weekend for music in Muskoka

0 Jam Button (Small)BAYSVILLE — The ‘Muskoka Jam’ is celebrating its 40th year Sunday at Ike Kelneck’s farm. Kelneck and friends will be gathering to mark the occasion in his barn (the original Cooper family barn) all afternoon. Ike’s friends and guests have…

$15,000 FedNor grant for 100th anniversary celebration of Lock 45

PORT SEVERN In support of the 100th anniversary of Lock 45 on the Trent Severn Waterway, FedNor has given $15,000 to help residents mark the occasion. MP Tony Clement made the announcement Friday. It will enable SEGBAY, formerly known…

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