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Man, dog rescued off river ice at Fairy Lake in Huntsville Thursday morning

Firefighters pull a man and his dog to shore in Huntsville Thursday after they went through the ice.HUNTSVILLE A man trying to rescue his dog out on river ice had to himself be rescued Thursday. Firefighters pull a man and his dog to shore in Huntsville Thursday after they went through the ice. Both the man…

Beaver Creek inmate dies in prison

GRAVENHURST — A 67-year-old federal inmate at the Beaver Creek medium/minimum security prison here has died. Correctional Service Canada reports that on February 22, 2017, Muhammad Parvez, an inmate from Beaver Creek Institution died while in our custody. They say…

Bracebridge roads load limit March 4 to May 31

BRACEBRIDGE — Warm weather has sped up the annual date for the loads limitations for heavy trucks and equipment announcement this year. On an annual basis, the Town of Bracebridge implements a period of reduced loads during the spring thaw…

Bala Curling Club postpones Feb. 25 outdoor spiel to March 4; Avery Beach closed for skating; but Vankoughnet shinny tourney outdoors Saturday

Bala Curling Club outdoor spiel moved to March 4.BALA — Due to the wet weather, the Bala Curling Club’s free public outdoor curling bonspiel at the Johnson Cranberry Marsh has been set back from Saturday, Feb. 25, to March 4 Bala Curling Club outdoor spiel moved to March…

40 mm of rain on Friday, Saturday has MNRF once again urging caution around water

Be prepared for road closures this week as water levels rise. The MNRF says water levels are currently normal for this time of year. But they still urge caution.PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — As expected with the warm temperatures and a lot of rain expected heading into the weekend, a water watch is on locally. Be prepared for road closures this week as water levels rise. The MNRF says water…

Thieves steal snowmachine’s engine after getting sled stuck in trees

HUNTSVILLEThieves who had trouble stealing a snowmobile had to abandon their attempt when they got stuck in trees — and instead opted to not leave without parts of the sled, including the engine. Police say that on Sunday…

Miller questions Wynne about Muskoka Meats hydro bill, locked out CAS workers

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com QUEEN’S PARK — The return of the legislature in Toronto has local MPP Norm Miller busily questioning the premier directly on behalf of a local business owner over soaring hydro bills and on behalf of locked…

GHS closure reprieve possible at school board meeting Feb. 28

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — February 28 will be a big day for educational prospects here. Plans for a Chinese school will be unveiled in the afternoon and at night the public school board could postpone an accommodation review…

Feb. 22 heart of Scout-Guide week in Muskoka

Bracebrdige Mayor Graydon Smith, centre, welcomed guides and scouts for a flag-raising at town hall Monday, marking Scout-Guide Week in Canada.BRACEBRIDGE — February is a special month for Scouts and Girl Guides worldwide. Each year, both groups celebrate February 22, the birthday of Scouts founder, Lord Robert Baden- Powell and his wife, the World Chief Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell. For…

Same story, same great play as Rotary Musical marks 40th anniversary with ‘South Pacific’

Tracy Hoehner, who plays Nellie Forbush, dons a sailor suit in the wardrobe room at Rene Caisse with Rotarian Ruth-Bell Towns.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — Some things never change. Tracy Hoehner, who plays Nellie Forbush, dons a sailor suit in the wardrobe room at Rene Caisse with Rotarian Ruth-Bell Towns. Forty years after the Bracebridge Rotary Club began its…

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