March 2015 Archive

Not just a horse

By Nate Smelle THERE ARE MANY PERKS TO living in this landscape we reside in here in North Hastings. Luckily for us we are blessed ...

Fire razes R&L Bus Lines in Bancroft

By Nate Smelle On the morning of Saturday, March 28 the Bancroft and Hastings Highlands Fire Service received a call that R&L Bus Lines yard ...

A little treasure in Tudor and Cashel

By Jim Eadie A little treasure has been uncovered in Tudor and Cashel Township, and it is something the residents of that area obviously hold ...

Councillors deliver Meals-on-Wheels to area seniors

By Tony Pearson “In every community, there is work to be done. In every heart, there is the power to do it” So says Marianne ...

Phase 1 to address traffic complaints on The Ridge Road

By Jim Eadie Longstanding traffic problems on The Ridge Road near Coe Hill were the subject of intense discussion at the Mar. 24 regular meeting ...

Horses heal at the Anahata Horse Centre

By Nate Smelle Nestled in the scenic hills of the Maxwell Settlement in Bancroft, is a place where humans and horses come together to help ...

Making progress

By Nate Smelle WHAT IS PROGRESS? I started thinking about this question again while putting together the progress report found in this week’s edition. By ...

Looking forward in Limerick with Reeve Carson

By Jim Eadie Reeve Sharon Carson, a woman who has done an incredibly wide variety of interesting and important things in her life now finds ...

Reeve Donaldson looks forward to 2015

By Jim Eadie Hazel McCallion … look out! The celebrated “Hurricane Hazel”, mayor of Mississauga for 36 years before retiring at age 93, and the ...

NHEDC focused on targeted attraction

Almost everyone in North Hastings has a common interest- lowering or holding the line with taxes.  There are only really two ways of lowering or ...

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