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English gardens topic of first Gravenhurst Horticulture Society meeting Jan. 17

GRAVENHURST — The first meeting of the Gravenhurst Horticultural Society for 2017 will be on January 17, at 7:30pm in the Gravenhurst Seniors’ Activity Centre. The topic will be English Gardens, presented by Christina Van Klink, of Muskoka Gardens &…

$750 fine for having live baitfish for use in Algonquin Park

PEMBROKE — A Pembroke man has been fined $750 for a fishing offence. Jeffrey Jones was found guilty in a trial, in absentia, for possessing live baitfish for use as bait in Algonquin Provincial Park, according to the MNRF. Court…

Bracebridge New Year’s levee Jan. 7

BRACEBRIDGE — Mayor Graydon Smith and members of Town Council invite Bracebridge residents and visitors to celebrate the New Year at the Mayor’s Levee on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at the Bracebridge Sportsplex (Main Lobby) from 2 to 4 p.m.…

Walk-in x-rays now available at MAHC hospitals with MD’s form; appointments no longer taken

MUSKOKA — New changes for out patients needing just a simple x-ray at the two hospitals and in Almaguin Highlands Health Centre mean you can now walk into the three sites without an appointment. Appointments are no longer being taken…

Deputy mayor Solhjell of Gol was great friend of Muskoka and ‘Little Norway’

BRACEBRIDGE — A great friend of Muskoka has died. On December 11 the Town of Bracebridge learned of the passing of Kåre Olav Solhjell, former Deputy Mayor of Gol, Norway, after a lengthy illness. He was among those instrumental overseas…

Project Porchlight raises 28 tons of food in three hours in Huntsville

hvl-fire-media-release-logoHUNTSVILLE Huntsville has a big heart for a big stomach. The Huntsville/Lake of Bays Fire Department says it “would like to extend an ever-special, warm heart-filled thank you to all the people in the community who donated to help…

Family of 5 flees home after CO alarm goes off early Sunday

GRAVENHURST — A family of five was forced to flee their downtown home here early yesterday after a furnace problem set their carbon monoxide detector screaming. Gravenhurst Fire officials said “the shrill sound of a CO alarm woke a Gravenhurst…

Last screening of ‘Looking at Muskoka’ at Chapel Gallery Satudray

BRACEBRIDGE — This Saturday, December 10 at The Chapel Gallery in Bracebridge will be the last movie film screening as part of Sandy McLennan’s multi-media exhibit “Looking for Muskoka.” McLennan is reflecting on residing 30 years in Muskoka, arriving as…

$1,000 fine for hunting cow moose without licence

PARRY SOUND — A Brantford man has been fined $1,000 for illegal hunting here. Brian Vickerman pleaded guilty and was fined $1,000 for hunting a cow moose without a licence. The moose was forfeited to the Crown, says an MNR…

LETTER: Working class won the U.S. election for Donald Trump

LETTER TO EDITOR: I made a bet for $1,000 that Donald Trump would win the U.S. presidential election. That win is in my wallet as I write this. I wanted to put a Trump lawn sign up before the election,…

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