150 Gifts of Warmth challenge proving to be very successful

GORE BAY—The 150 Gifts of Warmth challenge that a group of local women initiated has proven to be a huge success. “It is wonderful,...

Owl prowls, 25th anniversary open house and women’s outdoor weekend

A hooting good time prowling for owls, a free 25th anniversary open house celebration and a Women's Outdoor Weekend getaway are all taking place...

Anglers, hunters support proposed legislation for invasive species eradication

ONTARIO—As the province faces threats from invasive species such as Asian carp and the mountain pine beetle, the Ontario government has introduced a bill...

Domestic Dispute, Male Charged

(ELLIOT LAKE, ON) – On August 17, 2016, shortly after 1:30 p.m., members of the East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to domestic...

UPDATE: Sudbury Police investigating dog being abused in social media video

UPDATE: Greater Sudbury Police have arrested a 20-year old, Greater Sudbury man and an 18-year old, Greater Sudbury woman in relation to the video...

LCYC sailing school posts successful summer season

LITTLE CURRENT— The Little Current Yacht Club’s annual youth sailing school posted an outstanding 2015 season with over 60 children taking part over the...

National levy raise rebuffed at joint Cattlemen, Soil and Crop Annual General Meeting Thurs.

SPRING BAY—The joint Annual General Meeting of the Manitoulin Cattleman’s Association and Manitoulin Soil and Crop Improvement Association is always an informative event and...

Reigning Prov Bay Fair Ambassador attends Ontario Agricultural Societies convention

EVANSVILLE—Mackenzie Gilmore, the reigning Ambassador of the Providence Bay Fair, says her attendance-participation in the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies convention was a very...

Weather is Fine, Water is Warm – No Need to Make Waves

(NORTH BAY, ON) As temperatures start to climb marine enthusiasts look forward to a long and enjoyable season on area waterways. With the May long...

Council agrees to provide funds towards physician recruitment partnership

GORDON/BARRIE ISLAND—Add another municipality onto the list of those who are part of a partnership program doing what it can to help recruit physicians...

Harvest Glory Days community decorating contest

AOK challenges towns, First Nations to friendly fall festooning bout MANITOULIN—The Harvest Glory Days community decorating event, organized by the Expositor office as a friendly,...

Fleeing ATV driver involved in collision

WEBBWOOD – On May 11, 2014 at 8:30 p.m. officers from the Espanola Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were conducting patrols on Highway...