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Archive for: March, 2014

Assault, car break-in, hunt camp theft keep police busy in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — A number of incidents the past few days have kept police here busy investigating a downtown assault, a purse theft at Arrowhead park and a hunt camp break-in in Lake of Bays. Police say that Saturday March 29,…

Cherly Cooper’s Second Summer of War novel ‘great service to Canada’

Cherly Cooper thanks her family, friends and fans for lining up Saturday to buy her latest novel, Second Summer of War.BRACBRIDGE — E-readers — eat your hearts out. For more than two hours Saturday afternoon, author Cheryl Cooper sat at a table at Kirrie Glen Golf Course and “did what writers most like to do — sign copies of their…

Muskoka Brewery adopts UpJohn Nature Reserve in Bracebridge

Upjohn Nature Reserve. (Muskoka Conservancy)BRACEBRIDGE - Imagine sitting by this lake and watching a sunset. Upjohn Nature Reserve. (Muskoka Conservancy) That’s quintessential. Muskoka Brewery, which has long been an organization that typifies Muskoka.  Their slogan of “Venture off the beaten path” is one that…

@ Gravenhurst Library supporting Daffodil Month for cancer care

GRAVENHURST – “Daffodil Month, held every April, is a national fundraising campaign of the Canadian Cancer Society. They are asking Canadians to reflect upon the thousands of people who are living with cancer and to remember loved ones lost to

Boston Pizza sports memorabilia silent auction April 3 to benefit Gravenhurst schools

Muskoka cottager Steve Yzerman signed this poster of him being tripped.GRAVENHURST — Some spring renovations means out with the old and in with the new at the Boston Pizza at the MuskokaWharf. Muskoka cottager Steve Yzerman signed this poster of him being tripped. The sports bar facing the lake will…

Student summer business grants available up to $3,000 from province

MUSKOKA — It’s that annual time again when students are looking for summer jobs. And for those who haven’t already lined up work — what about running your own business for the summer? It can be a great alternative to…

Gravenhurst man faces drug charges and uttering threat charge Wednesday

GRAVENHURST — A Gravenhurst man today faces a couple of drug charges and a more serious charge of uttering a threat. Police say that on Wednesday March 26, 2014, search warrants were executed at a Gravenhurst residence by Ontario Provincial…

Hwy. 11 accidents Tuesday in Huntsville involve rollover, wheel flying off trailer, striking car

HUNTSVILLE — Police here have been kept busy yesterday afternoon with a couple of serious highway accidents. On Tuesday March 25, 2014, just after 4:30 p.m. OPP along with Muskoka EMS and Huntsville Fire attended a motor vehicle rollover on…

Black-clad suspects sought in Huntsville Place Mall break-in Sunday

HUNTSVILLE — Police are investigating an overnight break-in at the Huntsville Place Mall Sunday involving two professional-looking thieves dressed all in black. They say sometime overnight March 23 unknown culprits broke into the mall on King William St. north, Huntsville. …

District high school tudents question Clement on issues important to teens in round table

Tony Clement chats with teens after his round table. Left, Huntsville High's  Zach Sawyer, Tia Vom Scheidt and Blake Van Dolder; back left St. Dominic's Tiffany Rae and Glenn Cooke; BMLSS's Megan Vandermolen and Christopher White; St. Dominic student trustee Quinn Scarlett; Almaguin High School's Carley Milla and  Saxxon McLeod; and Gravenhurt High School's Amie Hart and Paige Jackson.BRACEBRIDGE – Issues important to teens – including mental health, minimum wage and university tuition – were the among topics of discusson during a student round table Friday at St. Dominic’s high school with federal representative Tony Clement. The Parry…

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