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Easter envelope campaign in support of Manna Food Bank

DEAR EDITOR: In Muskoka we are blessed in many ways; small, friendly communities, an abundance of space, fresh air and clean water. But contrary to the cottage-country stereotype, Muskoka’s citizens are on average less well-off than many realize. In 2016,…

Roofer drowns Sunday after paddleboat takes on water on Lovesick Lake

MUNICIPALITY OF TRENT LAKES A roofer out for a paddleboat ride after work Sunday died when it took on water and sank. Provincial police say members of the Peterborough County Detachment of the OPP and emergency crews were called…

Easter at St. James has 150th concert series performance by Darryl Hollingsworth April 16

April's showers were great for the flowers at St. James Anglican Church in Gravenhurst as they celebrated Easter today and were a welcoming cite for Lois Cooper and others who arrived with umbrellas.GRAVENHURST – St. James Anglican Church wraps up its Easter Weekend celebrations Sunday afternoon with a musical tribute. April’s showers were great for the flowers at St. James Anglican Church in Gravenhurst as they celebrated Easter today and were a…

Weekend rains, thundershowers increase risk of flooding: MNRF

PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA-KAWARTHA — A rainfall of 15-20mm Saturday and 5-10mm more Sunday on raises the risk of lake, river and creek flooding, the MNRF says. Flooding is possible with up to 30 mm of rain this weekend. As a result…

Huntsville man charged with second-degree murder after fellow resident dies in altercation

HUNTSVILLE A Huntsville man faces a second-degree murder charge after another Huntsville man died during what police call an assault, Thursday night. Provincial police here say that on April 13, 2017, at about 8:30 p.m., officers from the Huntsville…

Huntsville man among 5 charged in child pornography investigation

ORILLIA A Huntsville man is among five people  facing a total of 16 child pornography charges. Provincial police say Child Sexual Exploitation Unit, the OPP Technological Crime Unit, the Barrie Police Service (Internet Child Exploitation) and the South Simcoe…

BML music program fundraiser Wednesday featured 75-piece Muskoka-wide band

Neil Barlow conducts the full band in "Redemption."Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE – “Ants in Your Pants,” “Freddie the Freeloader,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” and “Snake Fence Country” were among the highlights performed by four different bands Thursday night at the Rene Caisse Theatre’s “Band…

Muskoka water levels continue to rise, surpass flood warning levels in Bala Reach

PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry says as the Lake Muskoka water level continues to rise, flows out of Lake Muskoka into the Bala Reach are expected to surpass the flood warning levels of 280 cms…

Almost a dozen people charged with trespassing on former Muskoka Centre property

GRAVENHURST— Proposed changes to the former Muskoka Centre here seems to have peaked interest. Provincial police say they have charged almost a dozen people over the last several days with trespassing on the former Muskoka Regional Centre property, located at…

BMLSS ‘Band Bash’ Wednesday night fundraiser for music program with Muskoka Concert Band

big bash 2 copyBRACEBRIDGE — Bach meets rock Wednesday, April 12, at the Rene Caisse Theatre in a fundraiser for the BMLSS high school music program. It’s a free-will offering concert starting at 7:30 p.m. New music director Benji Jordan, a Huntsville native,…

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