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Water Tanker Shuttle Accreditation Passed

 

Joint 5 - municipal recycling campaign underway

 

CMHA and Central Smith Creamery team up for fundraiser

 

Lakefield Singers, just for the fun of it

 

Mom2Mom Sale this Saturday at LDSS

 

Kawartha Outdoor Gallery unveils its first mural

 

Big Cedar Paddlers “Fill the Canoe” for area food banks

 

21-day camping limit on Crown land

 

Special Family Day at Hope Mill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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North Kawartha All-Candidates meeting attracts a full house

Chairs continued to be brought out of storage for attendees of the all candidates meeting at the North Kawartha Community Centre well after the start time of 1:30 p.m. on Saturday (Aug. 16). Interested ratepayers continued to join the meeting, eager to hear what their candidates had to say.



 

Change of mind benefits Fleming College

Trent Lakes council changed their minds in regard to a financial donation to the Fleming College School of Trades and Technology. The school had requested financial assistance from Townships within the County of Peterborough, but Trent Lakes voted not to make a pledge at the regular council meeting of July 15.



 

Over 450 students without support after partnership ends

Sad news broke on Monday as The Learning Disabilities Association announced that their long term funding partnership with the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board has ended.



 

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