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RCMP hiring drive at Georgian College in Barrie June 23 seeks men and women

RCMP hiring drive Tuesday afternoon at Georgian College in Barrie.BARRIE The Mounties may always getting their man. RCMP hiring drive Tuesday afternoon at Georgian College in Barrie. But they’re also out to get women, too, as recruits this coming Tuesday at Georgian College. Canada’s embittered federal police force…

Deathly start for new OPP commander Therrien as he takes over from retiring Medved

Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com BRACEBRIDGE — Brian Therrien’s first days on the job have been a painful. Insp. Brian Therren, left, new Bracebridge detachment commander, thanks Insp. Ed Medved for his 32 years of OPP service as he retires after…

Missing Huntsville woman being sought by police concerned about her wellbeing

Susan Fisher, 36, was last seen Friday, June 16, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.HUNTSVILLEProvincial police in Huntsville are seeking the public’s assistance in locating a missing female from Huntsville. Susan Fisher, 36, was last seen Friday, June 16, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. In a release Saturday evening at 6:15…

Possible tornado being tracked in Central Ontario Saturday night. ‘Remember – when thunder roars, go indoors!’

This Envirnonment Canada warning interrupted TV programming Saturday night to warn of a possible tornado in Muskoka, which did not materialize by midnight. (MuskokaTODAILY.com screen grab)CENTRAL ONTARIOEnvironment Canada says its meteorologists are tracking a severe thunderstorm Saturday night that is possibly producing a tornado through parts of Central Ontario. This Envirnonment Canada warning interrupted TV programming Saturday night to warn of a possible…

Close call between fire next to railroad tracks and train carrying hazardous materials in downtown Gravenhurst early Friday morning

A "subborn" structure fire next to the CN rail line Thursday night into Friday took 30 firefighters to extinguish.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — A close call between a structure fire — next to the railroad tracks that run through the centre of town here cutting it in half — and a train carrying hazardous materials that had…

Impaired driving charge laid, after motorcyclist, passenger without helmets thrown from bike on Windermere Road

MUSKOKA LAKES TOWNSHIP A young motorcycle driver and his passenger who were not wearing a helmets are lucky to be alive after being thrown from a bike Saturday night. Provincial police say that on Saturday June 3, 2017, at…

Road closures: June 7 Gravenhurst; June 12 Huntsville

MUSKOKA — Two road closures to report. In Gravenhurst, the south entrance off Hwy. 11 NB will be closed overnight Wednesday June 7 as paving continued on the entrance bridge between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. And in Huntsville, they…

Missing wild cat found; police mum until investigation complete

Police released this photo of the cat seen in Tiny Township, which they say has now been located.TINY TOWNSHIP — A dangerous wild cat that had police issue a public warning alert has been captured. Police released this photo of the cat seen in Tiny Township, which they say has now been located. But provincial police remain…

$2,650 in fines for Carling Township man charged with trapping wolves, coyotes out of season

PARRY SOUND — A Carling Township man has been fined a total of $2,650 for trapping violations. Mark Crocker pleaded guilty and was fined $2,500 for trapping wolves and coyotes during the closed season and $150 for failing to complete…

Torontonians charged with furniture fraud at Bracebridge store

BRACEBRIDGE — Two Torontonians have been charged with obtaining furniture by fraud from a Bracebridge business. Provincial police at Bracebridge say that on Friday, June 2, 2017, at about 4:45 p.m. the Muskoka Community Street Crime Unit, assisted by the…

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