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City OKs 2019 budget in principle

CDiane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Under a budget approved in principle, residential taxpayers in Temiskaming Shores are expected to see their municipal tax bill rise by about two …

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Ernie Fauvelle reflects on being a sculptor

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter HAILEYBURY – When walking around the Haileybury waterfront, people will come upon a statue depicting a dramatic scene. A man dressed in a heavy coat and …

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Toller Cranston art at Temiskaming Art Gallery

HAILEYBURY (Staff) – An exhibition of the art of Toller Cranston is now on display at the Temiskaming Art Gallery. Sollano 84: A Toller Cranston Story features only a small …

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TUBE DANCING

These local teens, who are all dancers, were having fun tubing during the first weekend of the March break on Sunday, March 10, at the Tri-Town Ski and Snowboard Village. …

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Latchford native awarded Order of Canada

OTTAWA (Staff/Special) – Barry Wellar, C.M., of Ottawa, formerly of Latchford, has been presented with the Order of Canada. The presentation, which is one of the country’s highest civil awards, …

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Hydrant mischief under investigation

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The repair bill could top $23,300 following what police say was the opening of a fire hydrant in New Liskeard last week. Temiskaming …

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Students and friends warming to Polar Dip

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The Timiskaming District Secondary School Student Council is hoping that area businesses will step up to give a push for the Polar Dip …

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Ups and downs

• Thumbs up to the fact there have been no public reports of any significant injuries due to roof collapses in the area in the late days of winter. There …

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Heavy-handed on the seasoning

By Diane Johnston Is it safe to check the forecast yet? For months, I’ve looked at the weather forecasts with foreboding – red stripe after red stripe blaring special weather …

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Two teams taking their turns at provincial titles

TSteven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – High school curlers heading to the provincial playdowns in North Bay this week will be shooting from different perspectives. The Girls from TDSS …

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Brazeau scores 61 for North Bay Battalion

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Sixty-one goals and over 100 points in one season is a remarkable achievement at any level of hockey. For North Bay Battalion captain …

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Push for Hwy. 11 pilot project continuing

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The campaign is continuing for a Highway 11 design pilot project that safety advocates hope will reduce injuries and fatalities. GEMS – Going …

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Boats damaged in partial roof collapse

TEMAGAMI (Staff) – Structural engineers are expected to be at Temagami Marine this week to assess a boat storage building and try to determine the cause of a partial roof …

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All aboard: The Train is on the air

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter ENGLEHART — South Temiskaming’s radio listeners have a new track they can follow. The Train 103.1 FM is officially on the air playing with fewer commercials …

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Not so Naked and Soundchek merge

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – What does music and fashion have in common in downtown New Liskeard? They are now under one roof as Not So Naked Designs …

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No private service for non-urgent patient transfers

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter DISTRICT – The district is once again facing a situation in which it can only rely on the availability of ambulances or private transportation to get …

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Cobalt considering question and answer period

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COBALT – The Town of Cobalt is still looking at whether it wants to open up the possibility for the public to raise questions at council …

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Cobalt considering selling Sharp Lake Park

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COBALT/COLEMAN – The Ontario Court of Appeal has dismissed Cobalt’s argument that large-scale commercial extraction of aggregate from the Sharp Lake Park property should be permitted. …

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City council turns down accommodation tax

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – City council has reservations about a proposed accommodation tax for visitors. On February 19, Temiskaming Shores council unanimously rejected a staff recommendation that …

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