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A tough winter

“ Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – This year’s snowfall has been two-and-a-half to three times that of normal, says Temiskaming Shores public works director Doug Walsh. The public …

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PPKS presents BAM Percussion show

COBALT (Staff) — How to liven up a cold winter’s eve? Tired of Netflix and popcorn? For a refreshing change bring the whole family to the Classic Theatre in Cobalt …

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SWEET TREATS

Barb Gordon (left) and her friend Linda Baker enjoyed some sweet treats available at the Temiskaming Art Gallery’s annual Sweet ’Art Café on Sunday, February 10. (Staff photo by Sue …

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Five stained glass artists featured at TAG

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Who hasn’t experienced the pure joy of standing in front of a stained glass artwork on a sunny day? The art form of …

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Temagami’s Ice Man tries cold comfort

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI — You know the old saying, what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger? While most of us are curled up inside reading a good book …

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CJTT FM recognizes outstanding citizens

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — A few special people, in fact, outstanding citizens of the Temiskaming region, have been recognized by 104.5 CJTT FM as recipients of the …

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United Way inviting grant applications

TIMMINS (Special) – The regional United Way is now inviting local charities to submit grant applications. The deadline for registered charitable organizations in Temiskaming, Cochrane and the City of Timmins …

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Ups and downs

• Thumbs down to the number of impaired driving charges that are still being incurred by area drivers. Nighttime, daytime, seven in the morning – there seems to be a …

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Cooking 101: from soup to nix

By Diane Johnston I own a few cookbooks and a binder bulging with recipes I’ve clipped over the years. To catch my eye, there has to be a photo. I’ll …

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Big support for 3-on-3 Jibb Memorial tourney

Steven Larocque Speaker Editor HUDSON TOWNSHIP – Lots of laughs and lots of good plays, shots and saves were on display Family Day weekend at the ninth annual Dawson Jibb …

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Bowlers head to Provincials next

Bowlers head to Provincials next Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – It’s a long lane that leads to the YBC Provincial Championship taking place March 2-3. Thirteen local youth …

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Figure skaters set to entertain family and friends

Figure skaters set to entertain family and friends Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – There’s lots of winter around (and ahead) and one way to enjoy the season is …

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People increasingly reluctant to use Highway 11

P Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter DISTRICT – Efforts are underway to better understand the needs for highway maintenance on Highway 11. The TEAM Highway 11 North Working Group was recently …

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Snowmobiler facing multiple charges

CHAMBERLAIN (Staff) – After stopping for what appeared to be a snowmobile that had broken down, police ended up laying several charges against the driver. Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police say …

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Hit and run involving a dog under investigation

CHAMBERLAIN (Staff) – Police say a dog had to be euthanized after it was struck by a snowmobile in Chamberlain Township earlier this month. Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police are describing …

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TDSS students open Clothing Closet

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — They’ve got you covered, in a good way. Students in Lori Aquino’s Block C class at Timiskaming District Secondary School (TDSS) have created …

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Temagami gets heritage conservation help

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI – Efforts to preserve Temagami’s history are proceeding, with some help from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. In June, a $75,000 grant enabled the start of …

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Proposed rec user fees get second look

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – A proposal to raise recreation-related user fees in the city is heading back to committee for further discussion. Temiskaming Shores council decided to …

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City trims operating spending as budget prep continues

    Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – As work continues on the city’s 2019 budget, it’s managed to pare more than $500,000 from a first draft of its …

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