May 2019 Archive

Dancing up a spring storm

May 21, 2019 By Kristena Schutt-Moore The Mayo Community Centre was filled with music and laughter as the Little Mississippi Seniors Club hosted their last ...

Time to declare a climate emergency

May 21, 2019 To the Editor, Did you know that the council climate emergency campaign has spread from Australia to the United States, the United ...

The heartbeat of our wetlands

May 21, 2019 By Nate Smelle One of my very first assignments as a reporter working for Bancroft This Week was to write an article ...

Book club talks history and politics

May 21, 2019 By Nate Smelle On the third Thursday of every month Hastings Highlands Public Library Book Club gathers in the library’s lounge to ...

Celebrating music at the NH Music Fest

May 14, 2019 By Kristena Schutt-Moore The North Hastings Music Festival is a week-long celebration that has been an annual event since 1958. Music students ...

Acceptable collateral damage?

May 14, 2019 By Nate Smelle Since speaking with Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation Local District 29 president Scott Marshall and many of the teachers ...

Turtles help maintain a balanced ecosystem

May 14, 2019 By Nate Smellle As spring takes hold and the temperature rises many species of wildlife can be seen by the roadside as ...

Community celebrates Irish heritage in Maynooth

May 7, 2019 By Nate Smelle More than 40 people gathered at the Hastings Highlands Public Library on the afternoon of Friday, May 3 to ...

Youth get their hands dirty

May 7, 2019 By Chris Drost On the morning of May 3, six students from teacher Colleen Drew-Baehre’s Grade 9 geography class at the North ...

Community members walk for water

May 7, 2019 By Kristena Schutt-Moore Water is a source of life and in many areas of the world it is a hard thing to ...

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