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CJTT FM Christmas Wish campaign raises a record $68,000

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter   DISTRICT — In just 18 short hours, the 32nd annual CJTT FM Christmas Wish Campaign raised $68,000 for needy families facing financial hardships across South …

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Englehart unveils Christmas in snowy fashion

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter ENGLEHART – Kids only. That was the rule as children dashed through a curtained doorway to do their Christmas shopping upstairs at the Englehart arena. The …

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Dancing with the Docs boogies for Care Campaign

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES — Local doctors and their partners waltzed onto the stage at Northern College Saturday night in front of a sold out crowd of 400 …

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Safety tool proposed for those who wander

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter NORTH BAY – A new initiative to protect people who have a tendency to wander is being discussed in Temiskaming Shores. Project Lifesaver is a voluntary …

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Students and staff smash pumpkins and stigmas at EHS

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter     ENGLEHART — Smashing pumpkins at Englehart High School (EHS) post-Halloween was an event to end stigma about anxiety and mental illness and ease stress. …

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REMEMBERING THE FALLEN

  Among the participants in New Liskeard’s Remembrance Day service were Roy Nightingale, left, a New Liskeard army veteran of the Second World War, and Ed Wabie of Timiskaming First …

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The road to rebuild

Throughout the area, officials and others interested in the working of municipal organizations are deeply concerned for Evanturel Township council and staff after the devastating fire of Sunday, November 11. …

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Odds and ends

By Steven Larocque Some thoughts the day before heading out on the final week of vacation of 2018: GOOD DECISION The good burghers of Calgary made the right decision by …

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Get Active stops cold with Chilly Run   Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – Toques, mitts and cleats were in fashion as the Chilly Run wrapped up the Get …

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SNEOAA and NEOAA wins give Saints berth at provincials

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter     TEMISKAMING SHORES — The Temiskaming District Secondary School Saints Senior Boys volleyball team is OFSAA bound. The Saints’ path to the Ontario Federation of …

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Cubs drop a pair of weekend games

Sue Nielsen Speaker Reporter   TEMISKAMING SHORES — It was a tough weekend for the New Liskeard Cubs of the Great North Midget League as they dropped a pair of …

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City development corporation nears launch

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – The city has laid the groundwork to create an economic development corporation. On November 13, Temiskaming Shores council formally adopted a business case …

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Teen rescued from Wabi

TEMISKAMING SHORES (Staff) – A police officer and a passerby recently rescued a teenager from the frigid water of the Wabi River. Temiskaming Ontario Provincial Police say an officer responded …

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RE/MAX building for the future

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – When Perry Wuest contemplated a career in real estate sales, he anticipated it would be “fascinating.” Nine years later, he said his instincts …

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Thornloe the big cheese at the Royal

TORONTO (Special/Staff) – A new made-in-Temiskaming dairy product has been crowned a winner at the Royal Winter Fair. Thornloe Cheese’s unsalted butter – manufactured from milk from grass-fed cows in …

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Clinic providing option for LHIN clients

  Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – A small clinic can be found in a commercial development at the north end of New Liskeard. The CarePartners clinic offers two …

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Cobalt resignation outcome unresolved

Darlene Wroe Speaker Reporter COBALT – The final makeup of the new incoming Cobalt council, which will be sworn in in December, is still not known. With the resignation of …

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Zoning approved for new Beach Gardens project

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – City council has approved rezoning that will permit a residential development on the Beach Gardens property to go ahead. The property, located south …

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Two in race for city mayor’s post

Diane Johnston Speaker Reporter TEMISKAMING SHORES – In Temiskaming Shores, incumbent Carman Kidd is seeking a third consecutive term as the city’s mayor. He’s being challenged by political newcomer Michael …

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