Up Front

“Losing It”

August 18, 2017

Life is funny. When we are younger, we all want to be older. Old enough to drive, old enough to be legal in bars and restaurants and old enough to be out on our own to live a [...]

A different type of shower

August 17, 2017

The Perseid meteor shower peaked this past weekend, and several shooting stars and fireballs could be seen per hour – when the weather was clear. [...]

In a pickle

August 12, 2017

About 40 people turned out to celebrate National Pickleball Day at the Beaver Valley Community Centre Saturday. The sport is one of the fastest-growing racquet sports in the [...]

Scandinave Spa up for major award

August 11, 2017

Several local businesses have been nominated for Attractions Ontario Awards. The companies include Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain, Blue Mountain Resort, Scenic Caves Nature [...]

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 [...]

In a pickel

August 9, 2017

This Saturday the Beaver Valley Community Centre could be in quite a pickle. “We are working with Pickleball Canada, the Pickleball Association of Ontario and [...]

Fundraising BBQ

August 9, 2017

“The Blue Mountains Animal Shelter held another Fundraising BBQ on Saturday, August 5th at Thornbury Foodland. It was a very blustery day but many people came out to [...]

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 [...]

The Lawnmower Man

August 7, 2017

Officers from the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) charged a male recently in regards to a shoplifting incident at the [...]
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