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‘Extraordinary’ first responders honoured by Rotary Club of Gravenhurst

The heroism of first responders in Muskoka was on full display during an event hosted by the Rotary Club of Gravenhurst.  The event was held Thursday afternoon at the Gravenhurst Opera House.  Long-time Rotarian John Cooper served as host and said the "extraordinary stories of bravery and competence" perfectly align with...

Winners announced for Founders Choice Awards 

The winners are in for this year’s Founders Choice Awards, out of a record 51 entries.  The Muskoka Founders Circle has awarded the $10,000 first place prize to Muskoka River Bagel Company, a Bracebridge business that sells handcrafted bagels and cream cheese.  Second place was a tie between The Muskoka North...

‘Frustrating’ snowmobile season over before it really started

With only a few thousand of over 30,000 kilometres of trails watched over by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) open, many sledding clubs are closing their trails for the season.  That includes many in Muskoka like the Muskoka Sno-Bombers in Bracebridge.  Steve Brooks, director, remains optimistic he may be...

District of Muskoka looks for ‘catch basin champions’

With over 1,000 catch basins in Muskoka, the frequent weather swings this winter may pose problems for them.  Officials with the District of Muskoka are looking for "catch basin champions" to clear snow and ice from the basins near or on your property so they don't get backed up and...

16 musicians competing in the ‘Battle for the Barge’

Five more bands are being added to this year's Music on the Barge lineup, but there's a twist to how they end up on the stage. The Town of Gravenhurst is asking residents to pick the bands they want to see join this year's concert lineup. The 16 bands are...

‘Despicable’ changeroom at Canada Summit Centre being upgrades

Huntsville council has approved a project to upgrade the 38-year-old changerooms at the Canada Summit Centre.  The work could cost up to $305,000 and will be funded through the town’s reserve fund.  Coun. Dione Schumacher said during the Feb. 26 council meeting that she has heard "a number of" complaints about...
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