Monthly Archives: April 2018

Explore cutting-edge science exhibition

NEW LISKEARD (Staff) — A free travelling science exhibition will be at Timiskaming District Secondary School (TDSS) Tuesday, May 1, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.The Power of Ideas Exhibition is an exciting, cutting-edge travelling exhibition from Perimeter Institute of Theoretical Physics.The exhibition is open to students all day Monday,

Going screen-free April 30 – May 6

TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) – Power off and play.So say Temiskaming health advocates as they urge families to turn off their electronic devices, go outside and play.April 6 through May 6 has been designated Screen-Free Week in Temiskaming.The Timiskaming Health Unit is partnering with the Healthy Kids Community Challenge to encourage

Snowfall warning ended

TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) — Environment Canada has withdrawn its snowfall warning for Temiskaming Shores.Temiskaming Shores is now receiving periods of rain mixed with snow.Environment Canada states winds will come from the north later this afternoon at 20 km/h. The high will be plus 3 C.Tonight a snowfall is expected ranging

Northern Loons’ season going swimmingly

Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – The Loons are deeply immersed in another fun season.The Temiskaming Northern Loons Swim Club is 23 strong this year, ranging in age from seven to 18.“They are just wonderful to work with, dedicated and enthusiastic,” said coach Bruce Cull.They’re split almost evenly with 12 Seniors

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Walkathon on the cusp of golden anniversary

Steven Larocque Speaker Editor TEMISKAMING SHORES – The Walkathon is celebrating 49 years on May 5 and it’s still going strong.The annual fundraiser for Community Living Temiskaming South makes its annual foray through the Tri-Towns on the first Saturday in May as it has for decades.One little difference for those who take

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Temagami seeking new councillor

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMAGAMI – With a little over six months remaining in the current municipal council term, Temagami is looking for a new councillor.Debby Burrows, who has served on council since 2010, resigned late last month to take up a new job at the Detour Gold Mine site north of

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