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Man in crash charged with stealing car from garage

HUNTSVILLE — On Monday August 18, 2014 around 11 p.m. Huntsville OPP were called about a vehicle that had just been taken from a residence on West Road in Huntsville.
The owner of a 2013 Honda Civic heard noises coming…

Grand ideas for Gravenhurst meeting Aug. 23 Dock on the Bay @ 2 p.m.

GRAVENHURST — What’s your grand idea for Gravenhurst?
Is it no cars downtown? A Muskoka Wharf Wonderland? Muskoka Centre movie studio? A traffic circle at the entrance to town?
It’s not just politicians, wouldbe politicians, average citizens and movers and…

Ryde celebrates 135 anniversary in style Saturday with pioneer spirt

Gerald Cook and his team of horses were a popular part of the parade.

RYDE — There was a lot of reminiscing, kibitzing and good ol’ fashion fun and food as hundreds of Ryde residents, family and friends celebrated 135 years of rural roots Saturday.
After a busy pancake breakfast with MP Tony Clement…

Jackson’s touch, tone add new dimensions to the organ

New York City's Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church organist and choir director Ryan Jackson returned to Gravenhurst Thursday.

GRAVENHURST — A funny thing happened before Ryan Jackson sat down to play the organ at TrinityUnitedChurch Thursday.
The guest soloist and the Trinity choir master Dan McCoy compared hands for a fun photo-op in the vestry.
Jackson, a tall…

All roads lead to Ryde Saturday for 135th anniversary parade & daylong celebration & Barn Quilt Tour

135 Events (Small)

BARKWAY — All roads lead to Ryde Saturday to mark their 135th anniversary with a day-long celebration of the pioneering spirit of the rural community — including a parade.
They all be there — the Frasers, Cambpells, Coopers, Merkleys, Taverners,

Gravenhurst driver charged with impaired after fleeing Bracebridge crash

BRACEBRIDGE — A driver who hit a guard rail and fled Wednesday afternoon was tracked down by police, arrested and charged with impaired driving.
Police say that at approximately 3:15 p.m.Aug. 13 Bracebridge OPP attended a single vehicle crash on…

The Wild, Wild Quest political satire Friday night at Op, Aug. 22-23 Huntsville United

Robin Clipsham and Roger Bird in The Wild, Wild Quest — a political satire and sequel to their 2004 play I Can’t See Too Good.

GRAVENHURST — Rotarians got a sneak peak at Friday night’s theatre production of The Wild, Wild Quest when stars Roger Bird and Robin Clipsham made an impromptu pitch to guest speaker Dragon’s Den investor Jim Treliving.
They want him to…

In case you forgot – July wasn’t so hot, EnviroCan rubs it in

MUSKOKA — As if you need proof — that July was “a bit on the cool and wet side of normal….”
Muskoka’s mean temperature last month was 16.7 — and normally it’s 17.5).
But the good news is the precipitation…

Organist Ryan Jackson Aug. 14 noon performer at United Church

Concerts are every Thursday in August from 12:15 to 12:45 p.m.

GRAVENHURST -… Get me to the church on time!
Yes, you’d better get to the United Church in Gravenhurst early Thursday for the second Noon Hour August Organ Recital of the season.
The popular lunch-time mini music fest features another

MAHC hosts 3 public consultations on future of hospitals in Muskoka

HUNTSVILLE — Public consultations on the future of local hospitals in Muskoka take place this month.
Three meetings have been scheduled for talks with anyone interested.
They will be held:

 August 26 – 7-8:30 p.m. – Active Living Centre – …

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