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Huntsville man found deceased in water

The OPP is investigating a death in the water near Huntsville’s Crescent Bay Lane. Police say they recovered the body of 33-year-old Huntsville man Ian Dzigas at around 8:42 a.m. Thursday morning. According to officials, the death is not being investigated as suspicious or related to foul play. The Muskoka Crime...

Gravenhurst mayoral candidate “frustrated” after election sign vandalized

Campaign signs for the Oct. municipal election are only just now being placed throughout Muskoka and one has already been vandalized. Gravenhurst mayoral candidate Heidi Lorenz, who is the town's current deputy mayor, says her husband noticed one of her signs was broken in half Thursday morning. "I was pretty disheartened...

Town of Gravenhurst still playing waiting game when it comes to Muskoka Regional Centre property

Three mayors and nearly three decades later, the Town of Gravenhurst still has no answers on the Muskoka Regional Centre (MRC) property. With incumbent Mayor Paul Kelly not running for re-election in October's municipal election, it means a fourth mayor will be tasked with dealing with the province's inaction on...

Visiting suspended at Huntsville Hospital ICU

Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare has suspended visiting to the Huntsville Hospital’s intensive care unit. In a tweet, officials say it comes as the unit is placed in COVID-19 outbreak status. The change is effective immediately. According to the organization, patients and staff are being tested, and outbreak management protocols are in place....

Town of Gravenhurst looking to enter into two-year agreement with YMCA to provide financial assistance

The Town of Gravenhurst will negotiate a two-year agreement with the YMCA to continue supporting its health, wellness, and aquatics programs. According to a report done and presented to Gravenhurst council on Aug. 9 by Shawna Patterson, Interim Director of Recreation, Arts, and Culture, the town currently pays a management...

Health unit cautions against disease-carrying ticks and mosquitoes

As summer temperatures wane, a local health unit reminds to be on the lookout for disease-carrying insects. The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit says anyone going outdoors should protect themselves against black-legged ticks, which can carry Lyme Disease, and mosquitoes, which can carry West Nile virus. The health...
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