October 2021 Archive

Rockhounds and Jets join forces to raise awareness of Dress Purple Day

By Nate Smelle The North Hastings Community Centre is once again abuzz with the sounds of hockey. Along with the cheerful atmosphere around the rink, ...

Bancroft gets update from Quinte Health Care

By Kristena Schutt-Moore During the Bancroft council meeting of Tuesday, Oct. 12 council got an update from Quinte Health Care president Stacey Daub and board ...

Art Gallery of Bancroft holds its annual general meeting

By Chris Drost The Art Gallery of Bancroft held its annual general meeting in-person at the gallery on the evening of Oct. 14, with a ...

Refocusing hope

By Nate Smelle Since the dawn of the COVID-19 pandemic, on a weekly basis I have been receiving what can best be described as anti-scientific ...

South Algonquin votes against additional bylaw enforcement hours

By Michael Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter South Algonquin Township council, at their regular meeting on Oct. 6, voted against a motion to add 20 ...

Tudor and Cashel approves roads for Rally of the Tall Pines

By Michael Riley Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At their meeting on Oct. 5, Tudor and Cashel council voted to approve the Lincoln Electric Rally of ...

Police reports confirm lions escaped, killed, and ate tiger

By Nate Smelle Zoocheck’s campaigns director Julie Woodyer recently provided Bancroft This Week with newly acquired information regarding some of the events which led to ...

The FoodCycler is available in Bancroft

By Kristena Schutt-Moore During the Sept. 14 meeting of Bancroft council they approved in partnership with the FoodCycler company to bring the FoodCycler to Bancroft ...

Resource Management course at NHHS steps up to the challenge

By Chris Drost North Hastings High School teacher Kelly Waterbury, is determined to make a success of the Resource Management Course this quadmester, even though ...

Leaders reflect on first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

By Nate Smelle “When the school is on the reserve the child lives with its parents, who are savages; he is surrounded by savages, and ...

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