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Gay Cook’s Marinated Bean Salad

by Gay Cook I scoured my cookbook for a salad recipe that does not call for local fresh vegetables as they are not yet...

Pockets of Paradise: Blakeney

Editor's note: This is the first of two pieces in the Peaceful Pockets of Paradise series about the Blakeney area. It looks at Blakeney's historical...

Gardening in Almonte: Let’s Celebrate Gardeners

On Saturday I had been persuaded, against my better judgement, to attend the Annual General Meeting of District 2 of the Ontario Horticultural Society...

Fire ban on across MM

There is currently a burn ban in effect in Mississippi Mills. All open air fires are prohibited during a fire ban, even those properties that...

“Sis ‘n Bro” store to close this weekend

Editor's note: Allan Goddard shared this sad news about the closing of a local store that many of us have shopped in over the...

Chicken Marengo

by Susan Hanna This one-pot chicken dish from the New York Times is simple, quick and very, very tasty. Brown the chicken and then add...

‘Back to the Future’ – The Hub returns to 118 Mill Street!

The Hub Building Fund recently received a grant of just over $53,000, from Valley Heartland Community Futures Development Corporation through the Eastern Ontario Development...

Pockets of Paradise: The Burnt Lands Alvar

by Gretta Bradley (I have learned that it takes a community to write an article about the Burnt Lands alvar. I want to thank, Neil...

Gardening in Almonte: Pakenham Project Approved!!

The Hunger Stop (aka Lanark County Food Bank) was delighted to learn last week that our application for a grant to build a community...

Hell may not have frozen over, but the town clock has

We've had this note from the team that's been caring for the Old Post Office clock in recent years. D'almontes: The clock has been affected by...

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