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NHHS student wins provincial award

April 20, 2017

Nick Boudreau, a Grade 10 North Hastings High School student, is now a provincial student achievement award winner.

Three school buses stolen

At approximately 4 a.m. on Aug. 14 officers with the Bancroft Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police were contacted by the owners of a 2013 ...

Howran makes U18 team

By Darren Lum There were tears of joy shed Saturday morning as Bancroft’s Tori Howran called her mother Melanie from Calgary about making 2015-16 National ...

Bancroft Forest Industry wins education award

Theodore Roosevelt, one of the founders of the Conservation movement in North America, was eloquent about the need for forests; he once wrote “A people ...

Arne Roosman big contributor to Toronto art scene

Local award winning artist Arne Roosman has just contributed in a big way to the Bloor Street revitalization project in Toronto with his biggest mural yet that has been installed just in time for the project completion celebration in September. Measuring nearly fifty feet long, the mural is located on Tartu College in the heart of the Bloor Street Cultural Corridor on Bloor Street west directly across from the Bata Shoe Museum. Tartu College houses the Estonian Cultural Heritage Society, The Museum of Estonian Abroad (VEMU), and the Tartu Institute which is devoted to preserving, promoting and explaining Estonian culture and includes a large library and archives.

Loss of doctor

In July, Dr. Rob Kamermans received notice of his revocation of his licence and had 12 hours in which to wind down his practice. Now came the aftermath.

AGB to debut exclusive exhibit

The Art Gallery of Bancroft (AGB) is featuring one of the first ever arts shows exclusively for Algonquin artists.

Dealing with diabetes

According to a study by the Public Health Agency of Canada, about two and a half million Canadians live with diabetes. If you’re a senior, a smoker, overweight and/or physically inactive, your risk increases.

Spring fling for sun shelter

There were signs of spring at the Hastings Highlands Centre over the weekend as community members filled the Ron Emond Hall for the third annual Maynooth Public School Spring Fling.

Why not let it be? Economic growth and ecological prosperity go hand in hand

By Nate Smelle EVERY DAY MILLIONS OF winged creatures swoop, soar, flutter and buzz among us. For the most part though, the majority of these ...

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