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MP’s office closed this Thursday to honour Daryl Kramp 

Offices of our MP Shelby Kramp Newman will be closed on Thursday February 15th to honour her father, late MP and MPP Daryl Kramp.  In a written post she said,  “It will be a day to honour the memory of my father, Daryl Kramp, who served as both MPP and...

Area hospital group searching for board members 

Quinte Health is looking for new board members and they say anyone joining will play a big role in shaping the future of local health care.   The organization is a family of four hospitals located in Belleville, Bancroft, Picton, and Trenton. Board members take part in eight board meetings a year and two committee meetings four to...

Mating season means wolves and coyotes are more visible 

From January to March wolves and coyotes are out looking for mates, making them more visible to people. One longtime Baptiste Lake resident said they recently had an uncommon wolf sighting. “Two wolves were coming across the ice in parallel" he said "It was unusual because it was 10 in the morning, and I've never seen wolves on...

Bancroft is competing in Hockeyville for the first time since 2012 

Nominations are open for the 2024 version of Hockeyville and Bancroft is in the running. Until February18 anyone can vote to nominate the town on the Hockeyville website page by submitting in writing or by video on why the Bancroft arena should win. The town that wins Hockeyville will get...

Frank Kuiack documentary is a People’s Choice Award Winner 

A documentary about local legend Frank Kuiack, who was known as Algonquin Parks last fishing guide, has won the Paddling Film festivals People’s Choice Award. The festival calls the film “a love story for Algonquin Park and a testament to one man's effect on a wilderness area and the communities...

Parents caught off guard by surprise “SNOW DAY” 

Many area parents were not expecting it to be a “snow day” on Friday.   Moose FM spoke with Triboard CEO Jeremy D’Acosta who said they were also not expecting it and explained how it came about:   “We were not expecting inclement weather day today” He said, “However, very early this morning at about 4:00 AM our bus operators in...
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