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All need to be vaccinated: Corneil

    Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – As of early June 14, almost 75 per cent of Temiskaming residents aged 18 and older had received at least one …

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Temagami Canoe Festival grounded due to COVID

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI — Temagami will be a little quieter this coming July as a festival featuring canoes and music in the heart of canoe country …

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Temagami chosen for broadband project

By Jamie Mountain For The Speaker TEMAGAMI –Temagami has been selected as part of an innovative project that will bring high-performance broadband access to Temagami, Temagami North and across a …

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Blanche River Health offers another chance to win

    KIRKLAND LAKE (Special/Staff) – Another health care service in Temiskaming hopes to get lucky, and share the wealth with ticket-holders. Blanche River Health (BRH), which oversees the Englehart …

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Temagami Foundation tickets selling quickly

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI — What’s the hottest ticket in Temagami and area this summer? It could very well be a ticket for the second annual Temagami …

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Quilts bring comfort and thanks to veterans

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter EARLTON — A quilt can bring much more than physical comfort. It can hold love and kindness. Two veterans say the quilts they received …

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TDSS grad awarded $80,000 scholarship

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter COLEMAN TOWNSHIP — Nadia Breault, 17, of Coleman Township is well on her way to a successful university experience after winning the prestigious McMaster …

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Good neighbour

By Steven Larocque   My neighbour John Hunt died June 3. He was a good neighbour – chiefly because he didn’t play loud, thudding music that could easily be heard …

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A sigh of relief   Many people on both sides of the Ontario-Quebec border are breathing a sigh of relief. After a long period with the border closed to non-essential …

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Encouraging children to be active, healthy and safe

    Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter ARMSTRONG TOWNSHIP – The Active Transportation Plan is coming to Earlton, and is also being seen around other area schools. Yellow or blue painted …

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Straight From The Hip

With Mike McArthur   Round Three of the Stanley Cup playoffs have arrived and I’m six for 12 so far, so here are my selections (NOTE: as always, selected before …

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Locker Room Chatter

    With Chip McDivot The province has moved us to Re-Opening Stage 1 as of last Friday. The changes aren’t immediately impactful for the Haileybury Golf Club (HGC) other …

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Producers to take over blue box programs

    Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Over the next four years, the cost and operation of blue box recycling programs will transfer from municipalities to the makers …

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Charlton-Dack backs police services boards proposal

    Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter CHARLTON-DACK – The Municipality of Charlton and Dack held a lengthy discussion before making the decision to put their name in with other municipalities …

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Charges laid after dispute

    CHARLTON-SAVARD (Staff) – A 60-year-old was arrested without incident and charged after what police describe as a family dispute north of Englehart last week. Temiskaming OPP were called …

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Next chapter in Thornloe Cheese story unveiled

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter HARLEY – At the Thornloe Cheese retail store, shoppers can pick up their favourite varieties and try some new products. But they can now also learn …

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Rapid COVID-19 tests now available at work

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Rapid tests screening for COVID-19 are now available for businesses in the Temiskaming Shores area. The free kits enable businesses to test employees …

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Cobalt opts out of solar farm project

    COBALT (Staff) – Cobalt council has agreed to transfer the town’s shares of the solar farm project in Cobalt to partner Solaire Cobalt Solar Inc. As part of …

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Barking dogs should be reported, says Cobalt council

    Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COBALT – Cobalt council has agreed to renew its contract with its animal services provider. The contract was discussed at council’s regular meeting June …

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Chamberlain accepts idea of police services board

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter CHAMBERLAIN – The Township of Chamberlain, with some reservation, has decided it will be part of a central police services board, if formed. Council discussed the …

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