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Tragedy: A necessary remembrance at the Lakefield Historical Society

 

Bev Matthews sets sights on Mayor’s seat in Trent Lakes

 

Forty-five canoes and kayaks strong

 

Lakefield’s Jack Smith in Australia’s Gold Coast Sevens rugby tournament

 

Lakefield Chiefs back in win column

 

Knights pick up first point of season

 

Pollinator day in Peterborough County

 

A Camping Experience

 

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Community Rises Up Against One Man’s Refusal to Pay Heed to Their Concerns

Larry Wood was given 10 minutes to make his deputation to Selwyn Township Council at its last meeting before the municipal election on October 27. He asked for 12 minutes and quickly went to work detailing the concerns of residents around Pigeon Lake about wild rice seeding and harvesting.

 

School Board Trustees take stage at all-candidates meeting

The last scheduled all-candidates meeting for the Township of Selwyn took place last Wednesday evening at the Lakefield Legion. The meeting was sponsored by the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce and Tourism in association with the Lakefield Herald.



 

Trent Lakes launches two new websites

The Municipality of Trent Lakes (www.trentlakes.ca) and the Trent Lakes Public Library (www.trentlakeslibrary.ca) launch their respective new websites last Friday. These sites will be the County’s first municipal websites that are fully responsive, extended mobile, and Level AAA compliant with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA).



 

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