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February 24, 2021

It’s time to boost your immune system with fresh air, exercise, breathing and nutrition. Cynthia Banks is in ‘Warrior’ mode getting ready to reopen Rising Spirit Bed & Breakfast & Yoga, located at 7167 Carscadden Road in Orono, on February 26. Snowshoe Yoga on Saturday mornings at 10 am and Snowga in the Forest on […]

Welcome to Newcastle

The blizzard on February 16 didn’t deter the locals who came out to support the “soft” opening of Newcastle’s highly anticipated new artisan store We Made It – at 101 King Avenue West. The store features handmade products from over 50 local vendors and creative entrepreneurs, thanks to the efforts of owner Amanda Van Goor […]

Back on the slopes – again

Brimacombe is now open for skiing and snowboarding for the 2020-21 season. Don’t forget, all members, season passholders and guests are required to have reservations and wear masks – indoors and outdoors, at all times while visiting Brimacombe this season.

Migrant worker support

Rev. Augusto Nunez shares news about St. Saviour’s migrant worker ministry. Durham Region Migrant Worker Ministry and St. Saviour’s Anglican church have partnered with Kairos and the federal government for six months to be of sup-port and help to our farmers and migrant workers in these most difficult times. Government of Canada funds will help […]
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Editorial

Whatever the issue, community is the answer

We’re still here

After the year we just had and are continuing to have, I remembered a post I read about ‘When Will Newspapers Become Extinct?’ That prediction came in 2014 from The Future Exploration Network’s research on the future of media. The research concluded that newspapers will be extinct across the entire globe by 2040. By 2025, […]
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