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Archive for: April, 2014

Burgess’s Bala’s celebrating 100th anniversary with busy bash already underway

Henny and Randy Brown have been celebrating Bala's 100th anniversary with dinners that include bubbly and cake with the centennial logo on them.

BALA — The little town that could — and did — is celebrating a century of “doing.”
And they’re not about to let the controversy over the hydro project get in their way.
Spring has started to bloom in the…

Food guide for diabetics, kidney disease patients designed by Orillia hospital dieticians

OSMH Introduces First Ever Diabetes and Kidney Care Food Guide
ORILLIA — If you’re diabetic or a kidney disease patient, you’ve probably complained “there’s nothing for me to eat.”
Over the years, the registered dietitians (RD) at Orillia Soldiers’ MemorialHospital’s…

Failure to pay taxes for Crown land use costs man $3,000

PARRY SOUND — An Aylmer man who leases public land on NisbetLake, near Killarney, has been fined $3,000 for violating the conditions of his land use permit.
Daniel Martindale was found guilty at trial for failure to pay taxes, which…

Snowmobiles stolen, home broken into in Bracebridge

BRACEBRIDGE — The snow may be gone but a thief looking for sleds hasn’t gone into summer hibernation.
Bracebridge OPP are investigating the theft of two snow machines and a trailer from the Robert Dollar Drive here.
They say that…

Heroin found in car of suspended driver caught speeding, say police

HUNTSVILLE — Drugs and break-ins at a home and the town soccer club kept police busy here over the weekend.
Police say a driver who was speeding while suspended was caught with what they say was heroin in his vehicle.…

Fire rips through Beaver Ridge mobile park destroying 2 homes, damaging 7 others

Neighbour June Leeder snapped this photo of the initial blaze with her smartphone.

By Mark Clairmont / MuskokaTODAILY
GRAVENHURST —… A fire that destroyed two trailers and damaged at least a half dozen more on all sides, left three people homeless on Monday afternoon in the lovely little 120-unit Sun Park Beaver Ridge

FedNor grants $100,500 for Gravenhurst Chamber of Commerce intern, offices public WiFi

GRAVENHURST — The old library here has taken on some new life with the Chamber of Commerce moving its office and Service Ontario bureau into the downtown.
Now the federal government is adding its two cents — or at least…

Muskoka Futures supports 2 Bracebridge fun, fitness, fundraising events for cancer, kids

BRACEBRIDGE — Two summer events here — one annual and one new — with health, fitness, fun and fundraising are the beneficiaries of extra help this year.
Muskoka Futures Development Corporation recently announced funding approval for the two Bracebridge events…

FedNor events funding for Gravenhurst won’t come close to Huntsville handout from province

GRAVENHURST – It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas again – and we don’t mean more snow.
The time of giving continues.
On the heels of provincial money for Bracebridge and Huntsville for physio – and none for Gravenhurst…

MAHC nurse Turner ‘caring, compassionate advocate’ for kidney patients

MAHC nurse Evan Turner has was awarded the Human Touch Award Thursday.

MUSKOKA — A “caring and compassionate advocate” of kidney patients in Muskoka has been recognized by his peers.
Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare’s Evan Turner, clinical leader of the satellite dialysis unit under the Regional Kidney Care Program for Simcoe Muskoka, has…

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