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Two local engineering companies win ‘Award of Distinction’

Tatham Engineering Ltd., which has an office in Bracebridge, and Tulloch Engineering, which has offices in Huntsville and Parry Sound, have been honoured by the Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC).  The not-for-profit organization hosts the Ontario Engineering Project Awards annually. The 2024 ceremony was held on May 9 in...

Human remains identified as missing Emsdale man

Human remains located in Katrine on May 3 have been identified as those of a missing 41-year-old Emsdale man, according to police. Almaguin Highlands OPP began an investgation into the whereabouts of a missing person on April 9. Police asked for the public's help twice over the last five weeks while...

One Stop General Store closing after decades of service

Huntsville's One Stop General Store is permanently closing.    Cory Clarke, store owner, made the announcement last week.  “We have had a bit of an emotional week dealing with many questions from our customers regarding the business,” Clarke says. “A lot of customers are disappointed to see us go.” After serving the community...

Bracebridge resident biking to ‘conquer cancer’ in memory of sister

While Linda Matthews won't physically be at the Bracebridge Sportsplex for The Princess Margaret Northern Pass to Conquer Cancer, Lorraine Etler knows her spirit will be riding with her.  Matthews passed away at the age of 70 at Andy's House, a palliative care home in Port Carling, in Dec. 2023...

The town of Bracebridge prepares for Ontario Bike Month with a bike rodeo

Youth aged three and over and their families are invited to the Memorial Arena next Saturday for a free eight-station bike rodeo in preparation for Ontario Bike Month.  According to the Town of Bracebridge, the event will help youngsters learn about cycling and road safety and will feature various events,...

Four people safe after canoe tips over along Muskoka River

Two adults and two kids, nine and 10 years old, are safe after their canoe capsized while they were rowing along the Muskoka River near Holditch St. in Bracebridge.  Provincial Const. Samantha Bigley says police were called to the scene around 11:20 a.m. on May 10 after the group of...
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