A death on the Beaver River

August 11, 2017

An investigation has concluded into the discovery of a body found in the Beaver River late last Thursday afternoon in the Grey Highlands area. A media release from the OPP [...]

Looking North

August 8, 2017

Go North, young woman. Well, that might not be exactly what Megan Harvey was told, but it is close enough. The Thornbury university student left today on what’s likely [...]

So many stars

August 2, 2017

There might have been some sore necks and shoulders last Sunday after about 50 people turned for a crash course on astronomy at a local observatory the night before. The [...]

Elvis lives – at least, in song

July 30, 2017

The Village at Blue hosted several events as part of the annual Collingwood Elvis Festival over the weekend. Sunday morning and afternoon, spectators were treated to the [...]

See the forest… and the trees

July 26, 2017

“Come rest a while and you will see maples stretching skyward and pine forever green.” So reads the plaque on the area’s newest nature reserve – a [...]

Ticked off

July 24, 2017

This probably isn’t good news for anyone concerned about tick bites and Lyme disease. Today, the Grey Bruce Health Unit released its mid-season Tick Surveillance Map [...]

Out of the cold

July 18, 2017

It might be the middle of summer, but the Marsh Street Centre is trying to make sure it won’t be left out in the cold. “The Marsh Street Centre is raising $10,000 [...]

A little snow in July

July 13, 2017

By T.S. Giilck Craigleith – Even in July, there are no people like Snow People for Tom Strnad and Tracey Johnston. The business partners own and operate the Mountain [...]

It’s summertime, and life’s a beach

July 7, 2017

The heat is on, and that means Story Time at the Beach is back. The Blue Mountains Public Library invites people to join it at the Little River Beach Park (beside the [...]
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