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City still tallying spring flooding fallout

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Two months after flooding prompted the city to declare a state of emergency, the damage toll in Temiskaming Shores has yet to be …

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Temagami festival celebrates all things canoe

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI – If you want to build it, paddle it, or camp courtesy of it, drop by Temagami this weekend. “It” is the canoe, and it …

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Full steam ahead for 45th edition of show

EARLTON (Staff) – The steamy side of the Little Claybelt’s past will be revealed this weekend. The 45th edition of the Rod Inglis Memorial Earlton Steam and Antique Show chugs …

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ESCSM celebrates golden anniversary in August

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — It’s a party you won’t want to miss. The 50th anniversary celebrations of Ecole secondaire catholique Sainte-Marie (ESCSM) happening August 2-4 are proceeding …

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Historical Harley Township church set to reopen

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter HARLEY TOWNSHIP — The historic Trinity Independent Anglican Church, located on Quarry Road in Harley Township, was damaged a few years ago due to a leaking …

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“Sharrows” to bridge cycling safety concerns

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Cyclists and motorists can expect to see some new markings on the Wabi bridge later this year. Temiskaming Shores council has agreed to …

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It’s been 50 years

By Gordon Brock It was July 20, 1969. They say approximately 50 per cent of the world’s population wasn’t even born back then. But for the rest of us that …

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A fresh approach to eating

Shopping locally is never easier to do than it is in the summer, particularly when it comes to what you have on your plate at each meal. Farmers markets are …

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Two bronze medals at Legion provincial meet

Steven Larocque Speaker Editor BRAMPTON – A couple of medals and some PBs were solid results for some of the 11 local athletes who competed at the Royal Canadian Legion …

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Tackling Temiskaming with TSB

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Fishing can be a challenging sport, but anglers tackled Lake Temiskaming with a fury last weekend during the Sunday, July 14, Temiskaming Smallmouth …

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Fundraiser on the Fairways a dual benefit

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Two lives and two families will benefit in a big way when people tee up the little white golf ball. The second annual …

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North On Tap another “phenomenal success”

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — If you pour it they will come and just over 1,800 people arrived by canoe and boat, on foot, by bike and by …

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Preparing case for passenger rail service

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter NORTH BAY – Ontario Northland is preparing a detailed business case for passenger rail, says ON president and chief executive officer Corina Moore. In an email …

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Public help sought on otter shooting

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Conservation officers hope someone knows something about a dead otter found late last month at Mowat’s Landing. The animal was found June 28, …

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Youth back at work, co-operatively

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Are your curbside recycling and garbage bins particularly grimy? There may not be an app for that, but there’s a young workforce willing …

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Tap That serving up summer staples

Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – A traditional stop for many looking to beat the summer heat of their own kitchen is to take a trip to a chip …

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Apple mapping Temiskaming

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Spotted in downtown New Liskeard earlier this month was a white car topped by a mini tower and something resembling a Star Wars …

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Angus looking forward to summer in riding

TIMMINS (Staff) – With the next federal election set to take place October 21, Timmins-James Bay NDP MP Charlie Angus says that there are many new projects getting started, and …

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Angus speaks to ECCS students about leadership

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The world is in need of young leaders who can effect positive change. That was the message Timmins-James Bay New Democratic Party MP, …

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Two seeking Nipissing-Timiskaming Conservative nod

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter NORTH BAY – With the scheduled federal election less than five months away, two North Bay area residents are seeking the Conservative nomination in Nipissing-Timiskaming. Jordy …

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