July 2015 Archive

Common Threads

By Nate Smelle LOOKING BACK THROUGH the piles of copies of Bancroft This Week from years past at the office, one finds more than a ...

Bridge dedicated in honour of fallen Bancroft police officer

By Nate Smelle Not thunder, lightning or torrential rain could prevent more than 150 community members from assembling in Cenotaph Park in downtown Bancroft to ...

Solar projects get mixed reviews in Wollaston

By Jim Eadie Since the launch of the Ontario “Feed In Tariff” (FIT) renewable energy program in 2009, projects proposed by developers in Wollaston Township ...

Lucky Duck sends kids to camp with Project Semicolon

By Nate Smelle The team of tattoo artists at Lucky Duck Tattoos in downtown Bancroft has had their hands full over the last month after ...

An experience of a lifetime for Annika Dale

By Sara Gottardi In total having spent approximately 117 hours alone in just rehearsals all the way up until the live performance with the Cirque ...

Jane Bunnett bringing jazz back to Maynooth

By Nate Smelle Jazz returns to Maynooth on Saturday, Aug. 8 as Jane Bunnett and the Pan-American All Stars come to town for a one ...

Fallen police officer to be honoured at bridge dedication

A local bridge has been earmarked to be the memorial to a fallen Town of Bancroft Police Officer, who was killed in the line of ...

Part of the game

By Nate Smelle HOCKEY SEASON MAY BE over for some, but not for local on-ice sensation, Tori Howran. While many of her friends are focused ...

Monkey Fightin’ Snakes rock Maynooth

By Nate Smelle When singer-songwriter Matthew Davies heard actor Samuel L. Jackson shout “I’ve had it with these Monkey Fightin’ Snakes on this money fightin’ ...

A lifelong love affair with art

By Jenn Watt Sonny Cook riffles through the back seat of her car looking for her notes and some food ahead of her lunch hour ...

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