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Huntsville house fire causes $150,000 damage Friday

HUNTSVILLE – An unoccupied house sustained $150,000 damage early Friday after a basement fire spread to the roof, where a neighbour heard a smoke alarm and noticed smoke coming from the eaves. The Huntsville/Lake of Bays Fire Department reports they…

YWCA presents 8 Women of Distinction Awards at 20th anniversary celebration

The 2017 YWCA Muskoka Women of Distinction Recipients: Back left, Bonnie Dart, Nicole Manion, Norma Connolly, Michelle Emson. Front left, Dawn Novak, Brenda Wood, Candace Yule, Debby Andrews. Photos by Tomasz Szumski, BlueCamel3DPhotography    HUNTSVILLE – The 20th anniversary of the YWCA in Muskoka was a big night Wednesday. More than 200 people gathered at Mark O’Meara Clubhouse in Huntsville as they marked the historic occasion with eight more women from across…

Don’t Stop the Beat hospital fundraiser Friday at Rene Caisse assembles Muskoka’s best actors, musicians, comedians for good cause

tracyBRACEBRIDGE — Don’t tell the producers, because it may start costing audiences more money for admittance. But the local theatre shows just keep on getting better each outing with all the talent in Muskoka. Friday night’s third and final showcase…

Bernie Bowins celebration of life Nov. 17, after his pickup truck hit hydro pole Monday night

GRAVENHURST — Police are investigating a fatal accident Monday night on Bethune Drive in Gravenhurst. Police say Bernie Bowins, 65, died just after 8 p.m. after his pickup truck left the road and hit a hydro pole somewhere north of…

Paddling while intoxicated will still be illegal, say Liberals

HUNTSVILLE — Tony Clement is glad to hear the Liberal government is backing down from excluding paddling while intoxicated from impaired driving laws. The Parry Sound-Muskoka MP has been working with members of Thomas Rancourt`s family. Thomas was an eight-year-old…

Clement claims federal Liberal spending ‘out of control’

OTTAWA An economic update from the federal government confirms its spending is “out of control,” claims Parry Sound-Muskoka’s MP. Tony Clement says Ottawa now needs to borrow $20 billion this year alone to pay for its “bloated agenda.” In…

Rotary’s ‘End Polio Now’ walk Tues. Oct. 24 in downtown Gravenhurst

A child in the village of Azuretti, Cote d'Ivoire, receives polio vaccine during a National Immunization Day, 27 April 2013. Find the story in "The Rotarian," October 2013, pages 45-51.GRAVENHURST — Polio is all but gone. A child in the village of Azuretti, Cote d’Ivoire, receives polio vaccine during a Rotary National Immunization Day. Thanks to Rotarians worldwide, it is but a sad, forgotten part of the past. But…

Clement calls for state funeral for Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie, while also promoting anti-radicalization funding bill

MP Tony Clement is calling for a state funeral for the Tragically Hip singer who moved the country with his tour last year before he died Thursday.MP Tony Clement is calling for a state funeral for the Tragically Hip singer who moved the country with his tour last year before he died Thursday. OTTAWA Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Tony Clement called for a state funeral for…

OPP detachment at Bracebridge now official ‘community safe zone’ for exchange of online sales

BRACEBRIDGE – Online traders now have a safe location to exchange goods. The  OPP have launched an online buy and sell exchange zone at the Bracebridge OPP detachment in an effort to make online transactions safer for buyers and sellers.…

Older man in grey/silver vehicle sought after girls asked to get in car in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — Police are looking for an older man in a grey or silver-coloured sedan after a second incent this month in which a female student and some young girls were approached and asked to get into a car. Police…

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