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Laronde nominated for Canadian Folk Music Award

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI — David Laronde, a well-known Indigenous singer from Temagami, has been nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award. The show will be held …

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From hands to hearts

    TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) – The Mary Undoer of Knots Rosary Group of Temiskaming Shores has been creating rosaries as part of a movement to donate them to people …

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WONDER-FALL WEEKEND

  The Thanksgiving weekend weather was perfect at the Craig Haven Farm and Gardens pumpkin patch on Saturday, October 9. Visitors from across the north took part in activities including …

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Thanksgiving micro-credentials

By Diane Johnston   “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” I try not to wince and do a dismissive eye roll when I hear that phrase or I see it on …

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Cooling down

        The leaves are falling but the Leafs are rising (as are the Canadiens, Senators, etc.) to play in front of large, near-capacity crowds. The Ontario government …

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U18 Lions heading to first tourney of the season

    Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – The U18 New Liskeard Lions are heading north this weekend for their first competitive games of the season. The Lions are …

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Seasonal campaign coming in November

      Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – While COVID-19 has dominated health care for the past year and a half, the flu hasn’t been forgotten. “It’s as …

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OPP call off North Cobalt quest in Ethier case

      Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — The Ontario Provincial Police have called off a search in the North Cobalt area in the Melanie Ethier case, but …

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Council pondering parking permit parameters

      Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COBALT – Cobalt council will be looking at whether to change or eliminate the winter parking permit system in Cobalt. The system allows …

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New enterprise bringing foot problems to heel

  Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – A recent British study found that the average person will walk the equivalent of three times around the globe over his or …

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Entrepreneur recognized for community activism

    Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – A Haileybury woman has been recognized for her long-time entrepreneurial efforts in South Temiskaming. Nicole Guertin is the recipient of the …

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Englehart CAO taking up municipal role in KL

        ENGLEHART (Staff) – Englehart will be looking for a replacement for Shawn LaCarte who submitted his resignation as chief administrative officer at a special meeting of …

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Armstrong Township has council vacancy

        ARMSTRONG TOWNSHIP (Staff) – Armstrong Township is looking for a new councillor. Kevin Leveille has stepped down from his position. The township will be advertising for …

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Cobalt looking at No Parking bylaw

        COBALT (Staff) – Cobalt council will be deciding at their next council meeting whether to approve a parking bylaw for the town. While the council agreed …

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