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Archive for: October, 2016

UPDATE: Bracebridge lawyer Jean Polak seriously injured in a Rotary fireworks accident at Red Leaves on Friday night

Polak was licensed thourh the Rotary Club to let off fireworks.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com MINETT — A “freak accident” Friday night has left Bracebridge lawyer and Rotarian Jean Polak in “serious,” but “stable” condition in a Toronto hospital burn unit. Jean Polak was injured while setting off fireworks at at…

Muskoka Opera Festival concert Oct. 30 at 2 p.m., features Canadian Opera Company star Sasha Djihanian

BRACEBRIDGE — Music lovers — especially those who love opera — shouldn’t miss the Muskoka Opera Guild concert Sunday afternoon. The final concert of the Opera Muskoka Festival and features the rich voice of Sasha Djihanian, a soprano with the…

Winter catches drivers by surprise; police offer ice, cold driving tips

SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY — Winter’s early return Thursday caught many — including drivers — by surprised it appears. On October 27 OPP from the Southern Georgian Bay detachment responded to 14 motor vehicle collisions. They say the winter conditions played…

UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old Huntsville girl found

Jasmine Southwind, of Huntsville, could be anywhere from South River to Barrie.HUNTSVILLE Police,who were asking the public’s help in locating a missing 14-year-old from Huntsville, say they have now located her and report no problems. Jasmine Southwind, of Huntsville, could be anywhere from South River to Barrie. Jasmine Southwind was…

‘Rotary Friendship Circle’ ready for friends at Gull Lake Rotary Park

The 'Rotary Friendship Circle' seating area at Gull Lake Rotary Park was the result of funds raised from the nearby Rotary Pathway.GRAVENHURST — Rotarians rock! The ‘Rotary Friendship Circle’ seating area at Gull Lake Rotary Park was the result of funds raised from the nearby Rotary Pathway. The 60-plus member service club — which has adopted Gull Lake Rotary Park as…

Annual airport emergency test involved crash of small plane Tuesday night

GRAVENHURST — Anyone seeing a lot of red lights and sirens at the Muskoka Airport in Gravenhurst can be forgiven for thinking a plane or another major accident took place last night. The Town of Gravenhurst, in co-ordination with the…

Flu vaccine now widely available and encouraged by health unit

SIMCOE MUSKOKA — Flu vaccine is now available across Simcoe and Muskoka, and the local health unit is encouraging the public to get immunized as soon as possible before the flu season is in full swing. One hundred and twenty…

Chinese international school to partner on development of Muskoka Centre in Gravenhurst

You think Bethune House was busy this fall for fabulous colour tours, wait till a new international Chinese school opens up at the Muskoka Centre.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com GRAVENHURST — Expect to see even more Chinese students and their parents around Gravenhurst in the coming years – and not just to see the Bethune House and colours. You think Bethune House was busy this…

Toronto man airlifted to hospital after car goes off road south of Gravenhurst Friday night

GRAVENHURST — One man is in serious condition in a Toronto hospital and another was also injured Friday night just before midnight in a single vehicle accident southbound on Hwy. 11 in Gravenhurst. Provincial police, and the OPP technical traffic…

61 bear calls since Labour Day in Georgian Bay Township

SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY – Bear calls have kept provincial police in the Southern Georgian Bay detachment busy this fall. OPP say they have responded to 61 bear related incidents since Labour Day weekend. They say in a release Friday that…

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