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Flood warning continues from MNR

PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — A flood alert remains in effect for the Parry Sound-Muskoka and Haliburton watersheds as the temperatures are expected to hit double digits Sunday into the early part of the week. The Ministry of Natural Resources’ Parry Sound…

Huntsville brothers fined $10,000 for operating illegal quarry

BRACEBRIDGE — A Huntsville quarry owner and an equipment operator were fined a total of $10,000 for violations under the Aggregate Resources Act for operating an illegal quarry in ChaffeyTownship. John Broadbent and Michael Broadbent pleaded guilty to one count…

Landowners, resource managers hear about ‘Misunderstood forest’

HUNTSVILLEWith a light dusting of snow on the treetops Friday, it was a fitting setting for a conference on healthy trees. As part of the Healthy Trees Program launched earlier this year, Muskoka Conservancy and Westwind Forest Stewardship…

National Addictions Awareness Week

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — This is National Addictions Awareness Week, says the Simcoe-Muskoka District Health Unit. Did you know that roughly 332,000 people in Ontario are experiencing problems as a result of their gambling? Many adults who report past gambling difficulties…

Free flu shots still available at Simcoe-Muskoka Health Units

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — Free flu shots are still available at health unit clinics for the next week and a half. Including the office in Gravenhurst, in the Town Hall. “It’s not too late to be immunized against influenza,” says Mary…

GBIA looking for board and executive members Nov. 27

GRAVENHURST — The Gravenhurst Business Improvement Area is looking for board and executive members at its Nov. 27 meeting at the Opera House. A chair, vice-chair and secretary/treasurer are required. Directors’ responsibilities include the administration and strategic management of the…

Injured man found on Gravenhurst Parkway, police looking for clues

GRAVENHURST — A man found injured resident on the Gravenhurst Parkway early Sunday morning has police seeking the public’s assistance. Bracebridge OPP are asking that anyone who saw the man on the stretch of road that runs parallel to Hwy.…

Male, 16, arrested after woman robbed at TD ATM in Gravenhurst Sunday morning

Police surrounded the TD Bank in Gravenhurst Sunday morning with yellow tape after a robbery at the ATM.GRAVENHURST — A 16-year-old male has been arrested after a woman was robbed while at the TD Bank ATM here just before noon Sunday. Police surrounded the TD Bank in Gravenhurst Sunday morning with yellow tape after a robbery at…

5 GTA men charged with planning break-ins after trying to avoid RIDE stop

BRACEBRIDGE — Five men from the GTA have been charged in relation to the possession of break-in instruments and planning to commit a crime after trying to avoid a RIDE stop. Police say the Bracebridge OPP were conducting a RIDE…

Muskoka Community Foundation hands out $2,000 grants to three groups helping seniors

District Councilors Bob Lacroix, Fran Coleman and Steve Clement, John Klinck (District Chair), Gord Durnan (MCF Vice Chair), Heather Hay, Sara Clipsham and Jo-Anne Boulding (Elder Abuse Prevention Muskoka), Hannah Lin and Sam Pollington (YWCA Muskoka), Jodi Holder (MCF Secretary), Donna Nairn, Louise Wilson and Anita Mennie (Muskoka Seniors Home Assistance), Marg French (MCF Chair).BRACEBRIDGE —Three Muskoka charities have received grants of $2,000 each from the Smart & Caring Muskoka Fund at the Muskoka Community Foundation (MCF). The grants were presented on Friday, Nov.14 at the District of Muskoka for programs and initiatives…

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