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Ontario Winter Games’ sledge hockey fast, rugged and entertaining

Call it close arms combat as players vie for the puck off a faceoff.

GRAVENHURST —… If you wondered why  they’re adding Graeme Murray’s name to the Centennial Centre, check out the Ontario Winter Games sledge hockey tournament on this weekend at the rink.
It’s fast, rugged and entertaining to watch.
End-to-end action that

Ontario Winter Games hands out first ‘cold’ medal at opening ceremonies Thursday

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GRAVENHURST — And the ‘cold’ medal goes to … the more than 1,000 Ontario Winter Games athletes (and organizers and volunteers) who braved frigid -20 temperatures Thursday night to kick off the four-day central Ontario sporting festival at the Muskoka…

Hospitals improve food with ‘Heat on Demand’ systems at SMMH and HDMH

Huntsville Hospital Auxiliary members and Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare staff celebrate improvements in food service delivery at the Huntsville District Memorial Hospital Site. From left are Auxiliary's Sharon McNally, MAHC staff Kim Tatton, Robert Alldred-Hughes and Bev Leslie-Suddaby, Auxiliary's Helen Sparkes, Auxiliary president Joanne Matthews and Auxiliary's Gwen Todd.

MUSKOKA -… Food services, which are sometimes ridiculed at hospitals, have a new recipe for healthy, tasty meals in Muskoka.
The hospitals at Bracebridge and Huntsville say that thanks to “tremendous support from our fundraising partners,” Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare has

2 snowmobilers rescued in Baysville on Friday, Saturday nights after getting stuck in snow and hitting tree

BAYSVILLE — A pair of 51-year-old snowmobilers had to be pulled out of the bush here in separate but similar incidents Friday and Saturday night by firefighters, paramedics and police after one got stuck in deep snow and the other…

Hundreds enjoy Gravenhurst Winter Carnival Saturday

About 10 people jumped in Gull Lake for the polar bear dip.

GRAVENHURST —… Everyone who was there had a good time.
What the Gravenhurst Winter Carnival lacked in quantity Saturday, they made up for it in quality.
While the numbers were down from other years – most blamed it on not

Gravenhurst Winter Carnival kicks off Friday night at Wharf with OPP vs. Fire hockey game

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GRAVENHURST — Perfect winter weather this weekend means the Gravenhurst Winter Carnival will kick off tonight at 6:45 p.m. at the Muskoka Wharf with the start of three days of winter fun in the sun.
A Whata drum circle at

My Fair Lady’s Eliza Doolittle is ‘a good girl…’ and great Rotary musical theatre

Kayleigh Adie sings beautifully as Eliza Doolittle, blossoming from her Cockeny roots to her leading lady.

BRACEBRIDGE —… “I’s a good girl – I am.”
Yes, My Fair Lady, you are a good girl — and great theatre.
The Bracebridge Rotary Club’s annual musical, which opens a two-weekend run at the Rene Caisse Theatre on Thursday

OPP Marine Unit offers summer student job posting

HUNTSVILLE — Attention students: Looking for a job on the lake this summer, riding around in a boat – and getting paid?
The Huntsville OPP are looking for a person who is interested in a summer employment position in the…

Gravenhurst BIA’s boundary expansion from HoJo to Winewood AGM topic Feb. 19

GRAVENHURST -… The Gravenhurst Business Improvement Area is looking to expand its boundary to the north and south end of the main street – from the Howard Johnson Hotel to Winewood Avenue.
The GBIA boundary expansion highlights the annual general

Windermere woman, 84, charged with failing to yield in two-vehicle accident Valentine’s Day

HUNTSVILLE… – An 84-year-old Windermere driver has been charged with failing to yield after she collided with a northbound driver on Hwy. 11 at South Mary Road Valentine’s Day.
Police say that on Friday February 14, 2014 just before 4

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