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Archive for: October, 2017

OPP detachment at Bracebridge now official ‘community safe zone’ for exchange of online sales

BRACEBRIDGE – Online traders now have a safe location to exchange goods. The  OPP have launched an online buy and sell exchange zone at the Bracebridge OPP detachment in an effort to make online transactions safer for buyers and sellers.…

St. James’ classical music series continues Oct. 22 at 2 p.m.

GRAVENHURST – In the continuation of their 150th anniversary music series, on Sunday, October 22, at 2 p.m., St. James Anglican Church Gravenhurst presents another Muskoka classical concert. Members of the local septet include Karen Richardson and Jeff Robertson on…

Older man in grey/silver vehicle sought after girls asked to get in car in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE — Police are looking for an older man in a grey or silver-coloured sedan after a second incent this month in which a female student and some young girls were approached and asked to get into a car. Police…

Rotary Club of Gravenhurst Food Drive collects 8,200 lbs from generous community donors with help of young volunteers

Beechgrove students were on the job at the legion for a barbecue and to pick up their routes before the fourth annual Rotary food drive.Barb McCabe | Rotary PR Volunteer runners Paige LaHay and Nikita Benson fill a pickup with food donations Tuesday night. GRAVENHURST — On Tuesday our Rotary Club — along with wonderful assistance from students at Beechgrove and GPS, Scouts, fellow…

Driver asks girls to get in car; they call police in Huntsville

HUNTSVILLE On Wednesday October 4, 2017 just after 3:15 p.m. three young girls were walking home after school. Police say they were approached on Caroline St W. in the town of Huntsville by a male in a car asking…

Gravenhurst mayor ‘disheartened’ by collapse of Muskoka Centre school talks, but vows to continue economic efforts in earnest

Mayor Paisley Donaldson was joined by CAO Glen Davies and Scott Lucas in saying the town will fight on after failing to negotiate a deal with the province for the Muskoka Centre.Mark Clairmont | GRAVENHURST — Mayor Paisley Donaldson is less confident, but standing by the Muskoka Centre bid partners. A “disheartened” Mayor Paisley Donaldson was joined by CAO Glen Davies and director of development services Scott Lucas in saying

54th annual “South Muskoka Walking, Marching, Cycling, Swimming, Paddling and Save White Lake Society” walk huge success

Grata walkMark Clairmont | TORRANCEThe group with the longest monkier in the world held their 54th annual walk Saturday. The “South Muskoka Walking, Marching, Cycling, Swimming, Paddling and Save White Lake Society” paraded out to Camp Pinecrest. The…

MAHC survey seeks input on future of hospitals by Oct. 13

MUSKOKA — Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare (MAHC) is planning for the future and is creating a long-term vision of how hospital services should be delivered in the year 2030 and beyond. MAHC wants to know what’s important to you about the…

Miller paints dire picture if minimum wages inch toward liveable wage in Ontario

Mark Clairmont | QUEEN’S PARK – MPP Norm Miller had more dire and predictable predictions for the local labour market Monday regarding raises in the provincial minimum wage. The Parry Sound-Muskoka provincial parliamentary representative painted a bleak picture workers…

Tax town halls hosted by MP Clement, with BDO Canada guest speakers Oct. 6 &12

PARRY SOUND-MUSKOKA — Tory MP Tony Clement is hosting a couple of town halls to on the Liberal government`s proposed tax changes. The first is Friday October 6, in Partnership  with the Parry Sound Area Chamber of Commerce Parry Sound…

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