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Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Award Winners


Seeking nomination as Liberal candidate Jaquays hears Concerns at Curve Lake


35 Years of Celebrating Christmas Together


Lakefield Youth Unlimited Fundraising Dinner raises over $8000


Douro-Dummer welcomes Santa Claus


Lakefield Chiefs tied for second place with Clarington


Lakefield Atoms rack up another win in Campbellford


The tradition continues at Christ Church


PAL welcomes Amanda Martinez December 14





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Selwyn Township serious about boosting its economy

By resolution passed unanimously in a recorded vote, Selwyn Township signalled at its November 11th council meeting that it won’t be long before it has an Economic Development Officer and an Economic Development and Business Committee to help bring greater prosperity to Selwyn Township.


Faith Dickinson wins Citizen of the Year

At the age of 12, Faith Dickinson is by far the youngest recipient of the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce and Tourism’s Citizen of the Year Award. Just over two years ago she founded Cuddles for Cancer, a not-for-profit organization that makes and delivers hand tied fleece blankets to those in need of a cuddle.


Douro-Dummer addresses Public Works budget

With the snow ramping up again Douro-Dummer Council received an update on measures taken to address the budget shortfall that took place last fiscal year in the Roads Department due to an unexpected severe winter. A plan of action was discussed at a meeting held on October 17 which included a number of measures to bring the budget to balance. The deficit being addressed is $72,000 from last year with anticipated costs for November and December 2014 bringing the winter control budget to approximately $140,000. The following items are part of the plan put forward.


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