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Tehkummah Talk and Times

Lots of cheering at the hall when Mary Johnston got a 28-hand on Wednesday. Our first day back, we had four and a half...

Spring Bay Rural Route

Happy Easter to everyone and I hope you enjoy the weekend. Happy belated birthday wishes to Elgin Martin who celebrated his 97th in Mindemoya Hospital...

MCH Auxiliary News

The 2014 National Volunteer Week Appreciation Certificate “Volunteer Work Speaks Volumes” presented to the Little Current Manitoulin Health Centre Auxiliary by CEO Derek Graham...

News from the Mindemoya Library Book Mice

Claire’s Top 5 Picks 1. ‘Be Careful What You Wish For’ by Jeffrey Archer 2. ‘The Dinner’ by Herman Koch 3. ‘Black Horizon’ by James Grippando 4. ‘The...

Farm Facts and Furrows

Health and Safety Awareness Training for Workers and Supervisors A new regulation under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) will require health and safety...

Central Manitoulin Chatter

We still have a lot of melting to go before we see the lake, but it is encouraging with the +4°C temperature. The roads...

Tehkummah Talk and Times

Snow, Sleet, Rain! – tears - Lord give us respite soon! How can it keep going on? I feel sorry for my neighbour who must...

Northeast Town Council Notes

Country Fest organizers granted extended beer tent hours After hearing a deputation from Country Fest organizers Kelly and Craig Timmermans earlier last month, the Northeast Town...

Rose’s Recipes

I always enjoy the smell of oranges and lemons when I zest them in a recipe. It reminds me of freshness, energy and summer....

Prov Bay N and N

Willard Taylor, Clair Cline’s father, passed away recently. Our prayers and thoughts go out to the family. Harold Kirk is in hospital as well as...

Central Manitoulin Council Notes

Door funds reserved for arena redesign A Public Works committee motion that “recommended support in principal for the redesign of the southern portion of the...

Prov Bay R.R. March 26

Hello, how was your week? Here are the hours for the Providence Bay Library: Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30 pm, Wednesdays from 1:30 to 3:30 pm and...