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Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - Volunteers, take a seat Timiskaming Home Support (THS) volunteers Pierre Charbonneau, at left, and Steve Lightfoot prepared to unveil a new bench on the New Liskeard waterfront paying tribute to the organization’s volunteers. On hand were, from left, THS staffer Crystal Paige, board chair Betty Stone, staffer Mary-Ann Thompson, volunteers Elsie MacMillan, Claudette Woods, Fran Woods, Laurence Gervais, Bonnie Moore, Isabel Jelly, Paulette Rostad, Dallas Rostad, John Rogers and Sadie Rogers; Temiskaming Shores Mayor Carman Kidd, and THS chief executive officer RoseMarie Raymond-Simmons. (Staff Photo)

Volunteers, take a seat

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – They deliver meals and drive seniors to appointments. Now, a new bench along the New Liskeard waterfront by Riverside Place pays tribute to…

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Northern Ontario News - Arson - Temiskaming Shores - New Liskeard - Glenn Walton Shoes Temiskaming Shores Fire Department firefighters battled flames on the roof of the Glenn Walton Shoes building whipped up by a fierce wind on Saturday, November 29 around noon. Hours later most of the building had been taken down by a backhoe to prevent the fire from spreading to neighbouring buildings. (Staff photo by Sue Nielsen)

ARSON TO BLAME IN FIRE

Two businesses, six apartments lost, people left homeless Gordon Brock Speaker Editor Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter NEW LISKEARD — A 35-year-old New Liskeard man has been charged in connection with…

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Northern Ontario News - The Temiskaming Speaker - New Liskeard house gutted by early morning fire On Sunday, August 17 at approximately 6:30 a.m. a call was placed to the Temiskaming Shores Fire Department about a single dwelling house fire located at 116 Paget Street North in New Liskeard. Temiskaming Shores Fire Prevention Officer Steve Langford said the house was gutted by fire and miraculously no one was hurt in the early morning blaze. Because of the instability of the building structure no one is being allowed near the home, he said. This photo was taken at approximately 11 a.m. that morning. (Staff photo by Sue Nielsen)

New Liskeard house gutted by early morning fire

Neighbour saves lives Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter NEW LISKEARD — An early morning blaze has left a single-family dwelling here at 116 Paget Street north heavily damaged. Temiskaming Shores Fire…

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