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Tuesday, 29 November 2016 19:35

After Santa visit Chiapas

            Following the December 10th Santa Claus parade in Bobcaygeon, the public is invited to warm their hearts and stomachs at Trinity United Church on William Street.

            The Soup and Scones for Chiapas and the Planet fundraiser is a pay-by-donation supper event to support

As told by Doug Williams to Julie Kapyrka

            Curve Lake was always good at ball (baseball). Curve Lakers were well known around this area for playing really good ball. It was interesting – little towns around here would come see if they could beat us. Teams came from Ennismore, Keene, Assumption, Lakefield, and Rockcroft; but nobody could beat Curve Lake.

            The backbone of the Curve Lake ball team in those days was the pitcher and the catcher. Between them with their ability to

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 19:19

Big budgets approved

            With financial sustainability and taxpayer affordability top of mind, City of Kawartha Lakes council approved the Capital Budget, and Water and Wastewater Operating and Capital budgets for 2017.

            Committed to stabilizing debt, and investing in growth and affordability, CKL staff worked to produce budgets that

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 19:02

Revamping local Child Centres

            The City of Kawartha Lakes needs input to help shape new local services for children and their caregivers. As of 2018, the municipality will be responsible for the implementation and management of new Child and Family Centres as part of their service responsibilities to CKL and the County of Haliburton. 

            Currently known as Ontario Early Years Child and Family Centres, the expansion of services is

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 21:33

Al Awad family is growing

By Line Pinard, BARC

            The Bobcaygeon Area Refugee Committee (BARC) is happy to announce the newest addition to the Al Awad family. Mohammad was born Sept. 17 at Ross Hospital.

            Both Mohammad and mother Mariam are doing well. Yamama, Hadeel and Yaman are thrilled to

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:36

We want to vote on voting

            Local MP Jamie Schmale says nearly 90 percent of the people who responded to his questionnaire across Haliburton-Kawartha Lakes-Brock favour a referendum on electoral reform.

            In the riding, 2,446 people cast ballots and 87 percent of them (2,127 votes) want a

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:35

Village Voice—161104 - Letters to the editor

Test where you live

            I do not disagree with the initial argument put forth by Jody Benson regarding the proposed new bylaw (Driving school bylaw a mistake, Oct. 21, page 4). I also agree that the cause for the new bylaw may very well be the "influx of Toronto driving schools" to our area.

            But after bringing up a perfectly good point about how "students must have confidence" in all traffic situations, how can Benson, as an instructor, apparently condone this practice of Toronto driving schools working our much slower streets?

            Do they spend money in our area or at the mall, as you say? No, not anything worth

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:34

Rob Messervey leaving Kawartha Conservation

            Rob Messervey is resigning as CAO of Kawartha Conservation this December 31—after serving since 2009.

            The decision wasn’t easy, said Messervey. “I truly enjoy my job every day.”

            During his tenure, Messervey set the overall direction for the organization through

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:33

New party challenges councillors

            The Bobcaygeon-based Social Media Party (SMP) is asking all members of Kawartha Lakes council to respond to three yes-or-no questions by Nov. 15.

            Responses will be collated and tabulated and the results posted on the SMP website at socialmediaparty.ca. Party secretary Peter Weygang warns in an email to the councillors that no response “will be interpreted as a negative response.”

            The questions are:

Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:32

New mall anchor is a store with more

            Lace on your shopping shoes and make haste to the opening at 10 am this Friday, Nov. 4, of the new store in the old Zellers/Target site at the Lindsay Mall.

            To mark the occasion, the owners of “Your Dollar Store With More” will be offering a free gift to the first

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