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Solar eclipse is the big news story of the day

Hundreds of people will be taking in the solar eclipse today, but doing it safely is paramount for this historic event. The eclipse will make its way through the United States and then Canada, with the path of totality passing through Ontario, Quebec, and the Maritime provinces. People outside the path...

Bursary fundraiser a success

Despite a lack of snow and the cancellation of the ride itself, the Poker Chip Run of 2024 hosted by the Manitoulin Snowdusters is considered a success thanks to the generosity of the public. Club spokesperson Chris Laidley says they were able to raise over $5,000 with half the funding...

Food drive being hosted by all four LaCloche Foothill firefighter associations

All four municipal firefighter associations in the LaCloche Foothills are taking part in a food drive to assist three local food banks. Firefighters in all four communities will be out next Tuesday evening, April 16th, to accept donations for the food banks in Espanola, Massey, and Nairn. Espanola residents can drop...

SPORTS Beavers even series with Cubs

The Blind River Beavers tripled the final score with a 6-2 victory over the Greater Sudbury Cubs Saturday in Game 2 of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League’s West Division Final at the Blind River Community Centre. With the outcome, the best-of-seven series is now tied 1-1 heading to Game...

Carol Hughes announces she will not seek re-election

On Thursday, NDP MPs Rachel Blaney (North Island—Powell River), Charlie Angus (Timmins—James Bay) and Carol Hughes (Algoma—Manitoulin—Kapuskasing) announced they won’t be seeking re-election in the upcoming federal election. Carol Hughes, the Member of Parliament for Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing, and a member of the NDP, will not seek re-election. Hughes made the announcement yesterday...

Lowering the minimum age for fitness center access in Espanola

Espanola Council has approved a proposal from the Community and Recreation Department to lower the minimum age for the Fitness Centre located at the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex. Town clerk Joseph Burke says access to the fitness center, which is located at the Espanola Regional Recreation Complex, has always required...
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