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Trent Lakes introduces OPP Citizen Self Reporting

 

Solar projects on the Douro-Dummer agenda

 

The tilted crumpling cross in Douro

 

Benefit concert to support Guatemala Mission

 

Golden Years

 

Letters from Home: School Days with Principal Karen Brohart

 

Lakefield Fitzsimmons Chiefs held Awards Banquet

 

Lakefield Ladies wind up the 2014-15 curling season

 

BEL hosts season opener

 

Kawartha Winery brings Cider to the table

 

Karen Carter Edwards will present to the Lakefield Historical Society

 

Our solar system has the fast, the far and the fantastic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Trent Lakes introduces OPP Citizen Self Reporting

A feature for citizen reporting to the Ontario Provincial Police will be added to the Trent Lakes Municipality website.
The option allows people from anywhere to report non-emergency situations with ease on their computer or smart phone.

 

Solar projects on the Douro-Dummer agenda

Douro-Dummer council heard from two delegations regarding solar projects on Tuesday evening. One delegation was proposing a new project in Douro Ward, while the other was protesting a project planned for Dummer Ward.








 

The tilted crumpling cross in Douro

Our tired tilting cross, that stood atop of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church amid the grandeur of the hamlet of Douro for many years has sadly been taken down. Mainly for the safety of the church itself and of the parishioners whom attend our incredible place of worship.











 

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