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Buy a bed – help the South Muskoka Memorial Hospital mini-campaign

Deare Editor: A comfortable and functional bed may be the most basic of all patient needs during a hospital stay – but it is also one of the most essential. At the moment, South Muskoka Memorial Hospital (SMMH) has an…

3 vehicles in crash on Hwy. 12 in Orillia Wednesday

RAMARA TWP. — One driver remains in serious condition after three-vehicle collision on Hwy. 12 Wednesday. Provincial plice in Orillia are investigating the serious accident Wednesday January 3. They say that about 4:45 p.m. they responded to a crash involving…

Grave robber stole tractor from cemetery in Bracebridge

BRACEBRIDGE — Police are looking for a grave robber. The thief stole a tractor parked in a cemetery last month. OPP at Bracebridge say the theft of a Kubota tractor was sitting on a trailer at a local cemetery on…

Man charged with impaired driving in Gravenhurst Thursday

GRAVENHURST – Police didn’t need a Christmas RIDE check to arrest a 62-year-old Gravenhurst man Thursday. Provincial police got a call and were dispatched to attend the area of Muskoka Road North in Gravenhurst, after a concerned citizen called in…

Repeat offender squad looking in Bancroft, Minden for walkaway

Heather Bell may be in Minden or the Bancroft area.TORONTO — The Repeat Offender Parole Enforcement (R.O.P.E.) Squad is requesting the public’s assistance in locating a federal offender wanted on a Canada Wide Warrant as a result of her breach of parole. Heather Bell may be in Minden or…

Gravenhurst Horticulture Society’s fall potluck, photo contest & AGM Nov. 21

hort poster finalGRAVENHURST — ‘Tis the season for Christmas craft and fair shows. Among the first is this one by the busy little potters at the Gravenhurst Horticultural Society. They say reserve Tuesday Nov. 21 for their Christmas Potluck, Dinner, Photo Contest…

‘Nolan’s Story’ leads to donation of 100 CO detectors to Gravenhurst Fire Department

Nolan's family, centre, presents 100 CO detectors to Fire Chief Larry Brassard, left, at the Home Hardware store of owner  Ian McNaughton Home Hardware owner Ian MacNaughton, right.GRAVENHURST — The memory of a little boy’s accidental poisoning by carbon monoxide in 2013 is a stark reminder of the ongoing need for education around the dangers of the ‘silent killer. Nolan’s family, centre, presents 100 CO detectors to

Oct. 31 deadline to help Barry, Theresa Buker with Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs

bukersGRAVENHURST — An online auction to help Barry and Theresa Buker wraps up Oct. 31 at 4 p.m. If you’d like to help the Gravenhurst couple with their Free Stuff 4 Daily Needs giveaway program, go to their Facebook page…

Halloween safety tips for kids, parents, homeowners, drivers

pumpkinPolice remind children and parents to practise Halloween safety precautions to make the evening a memorable one. For Parents: Discourage the use of masks on your children. Masks make it hard for children to see what’s around them, including cars. …

Health unit’s Cent$less campaign calls for more money basics, like food, housing

ad-plate2By SMDHU staff SIMCOE MUSKOKA — About one household in eight in Simcoe Muskoka is struggling with a shortage of money to put food on the table — a situation that has seen little change for more than a decade.…

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