November 2014 Archive

Bancroft man charged with sexual assault

On Nov. 24 the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) launched an investigation into a report of a sexual assault. As a result, on Nov. 26 a ...

Boyer Auto Group happy to be in Bancroft

By Nate Smelle Bancroft Motors Ltd. is the newest division of Boyer Auto Group, and has been serving communities like Bancroft since 1981 when Michael ...

Watching the feeder

One thing we can be certain of though is that when there are too many big birds around the feeder all the little birds disappear.

New youth council seeks larger voice for local young people

By Tony Pearson A group of adolescents is taking on the task of reducing crime in the Bancroft area. They’re going to be working with ...

Real Food Heroes: The Wild Mushroom Lady

“Fungus are essential to life,” said the Wild Mushroom Lady Timbers, “they are the ultimate recyclers.”

Faraday man sentenced to two years for child pornography offences

On Nov. 18 Douglas Bauder, 52, of Faraday Township was sentenced to two years in jail and three years probation. The terms of his probation ...

Reggae plus: Freedubstar plays The Arlington

By Harold Eastman The energy was high and the vibes were good last Saturday night at Maynooth’s Arlington Hotel, thanks to the eclectic sound of ...

True Scarlette expanding through partnerships

By Nate Smelle At a time of year that many businesses in Bancroft are scaling back their hours of operation and level of service True ...

Organic food becoming more popular, says local butcher

"It’s wacky how this world has gotten so insensitive with what we put in our mouths."

Remembering our military women and men

By Jim Eadie A recent new publication from Wollaston Heritage has been released in time for Remembrance Day 2014, remembering that this year is the ...

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