Muskoka To-DAILY
Category archives for: Headlines

2 arrested for stealing toys, food in police sting

BRACEBRIDGE — A police sting operation at a department store here has led to the arrest of two Bracebridge residents and the apprehension of $1,500 worth of stolen merchandise. Police say that members of the Ontario Provincial Police at Bracebridge…

Welcome to winter: Icebreakers start season today for MV Frontenac

PARRY SOUND — Welcome to the first day of winter. The Canadian Coast Guard and the OPP warn icebreaking operations will begin in various areas of the Great Lakes as seasonal conditions change. The Parry Sound and Georgian Bay area…

School’s out … play, walk and drive safe

HALIBURTON — Members of Haliburton Highlands OPP want to remind motorists that Friday Dec. 19, marks the beginning of winter break and that road safety is a shared responsibility. Driver and pedestrian safety should be on everyone’s mind. Driver and…

Gravenhurst History Week #5: New chapter begins for Mickle family’s Rosehurst home on Bay Street

The latest in ladies; hats were on show during the elegant wedding reception held a Rosehurst in 1907. Family members, relatives and guests posed for the traditional photograph take to perverse the memory of the happy day when Bertha Mickle married Howard Cane. But nobody smiled for the camera.Looking for great Christmas gift that will provide hours of enjoyment and teach you a lot you don’t know about Gravenhurst, then Gravenhurst: Early Days and Early Ways would be perfect under the tree for old and — young. A…

Software creator seeks partners with eye on free educational software prize

GRAVENHURST — A local educational software creator is crowdsourcing to find financial partners with an eye on a prize to take his project to the next level. Thumbprint Educational Software entrepreneur Graham Porter, who has his office and a handful…

Gravenhurst History Week #4: Robinson began tourism industry in south Muskoka

Rboinson House as it appear in about 1885. Many believe it to have been the first tourist resort in south Muskoka when it opened in the early 1860s and perhaps the first in the district.Looking for great Christmas gift that will provide hours of enjoyment and teach you a lot you don’t know about Gravenhurst, then Gravenhurst: Early Days and Early Ways would be perfect under the tree for old and — young. A…

Injured firefighters hailed for ‘heroic’ efforts in trying to save victim in mobile home fire

GRAVENHURST — Volunteer firefighters injured while trying to save a victim of a home fire Tuesday morning at the Mobile Homes park are out of hospital and recovering from burns and a fall And their chief is calling their efforts…

Gravenhurst History Week #3: You know you’re local when you can locate old landmarks on maps

old gh street map day 3 artLooking for great Christmas gift that will provide hours of enjoyment and teach you a lot you don’t know about Gravenhurst, then Gravenhurst: Early Days and Early Ways would be perfect under the tree for old and — young. A…

One person dead, three firefighters taken to hospital in Mobile Home fire south of Gravenhurst

GRAVENHURST — One person is dead and three firefighters were taken to hospital as a result of a mobile home fire south of Gravenhurst Tuesday morning. Police say that on Dec. 16., just after 10 a.m. emergency crews were dispateched…

Gravenhurst History Week #2: Getting to Muskoka from Washago was hell in 1871

A settler's rough log cabin along the Muskoka Road near Smith Falls, as sketched by George Harlow White on Oct. 12, 1872.Looking for great Christmas gift that will provide hours of enjoyment and teach you a lot you don’t know about Gravenhurst, then Gravenhurst: Early Days and Early Ways would be perfect under the tree for old and — young. A…

Search Archive

Search by Date
Search by Category
Search with Google

Your Shopping Cart

Your cart is empty

 

Log in | Designed by Muskoka Graphics
Posts Protect Plugin by http://blog.muffs.ru