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‘Sugar Tyme’

by Dale Odorizzi Have you been lucky enough to drive down Wilson Street in Perth shortly after a snowfall?  If yes, you are likely wondering, “What...

Neil Carleton’s induction to Amateur Radio Hall of Fame

by Alan Griffin (shared from the Radio Amateurs of Canada website) On Saturday, January 19, 2019, with temperatures hovering at -24 Celsius, 50 Almonte Amateur Radio...

Forever Young!

Erica Mckay In case some of you have missed the news, there is a great new program in Almonte called Forever Young.  This program has...

Chicken Francese

by Susan Hanna This recipe was one of the most popular on the New York Times cooking website in 2018. It’s easy to see why:...

NYC fashion designer Judy Joannou settles into Mill Street store

submitted by Janet Boyes (NOT) THE NEW KID IN TOWN! “Have you heard the latest?” “No, what?” "There's a New York fashion designer who's opened  a shop on Mill...

Clayton reader pushes back on Bell wireless bill increase

Howard Robinson sends this very interesting letter. You may have received an email like the one below about increases to your Bell Mobility bill (account...

Bow-Tie Pasta with Crispy Bacon and Peppery Asiago Sauce

by Susan Hanna This luscious pasta from Food and Drink is comfort food at its best. Cooked pasta is mixed with crisp bacon, pepper, butter,...

Enjoy gardening? Join the Horticultural Society

by Ann Warren, A&DHS. Whether you are new to gardening or are a seasoned gardener, your local gardening club may be the place for you....

Seeds, glorious seeds to get you through the winter!

by Lanark County Master Gardener Dale Odorizzi It’s January and all the hustle and bustle of Christmas has passed – it’s now time to look ahead...

R. Tait McKenzie PS celebrates 20 years

By Georja Sonnenburg and Sarah Terry, grade 6 students at R. Tait McKenzie PS  Happy birthday R. Tait McKenzie Public School! January 7th 2019 is R. Tait McKenzie’s 20...

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