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John Badger and his girls

If you live near Brome Lake and have walked on Bailey Road in Bolton West, you must have seen the majestic Highland cattle at...

First Responders serving the community

Every day, in the towns of Brome Lake and West Bolton, First Responders are called to at least one emergency. It could be someone...

Knowlton is her creative home

Born in the Saguenay, trained in British Columbia and living with her family in Bromont since 2004, Rachel Grenon, ceramist, has in the past...

In favour of a clean environment

Cleaning up certain ditches, public trails and parks that are in need of TLC (Tender, Loving Care) is what a group of fellow citizens,...

Brome Bright Lights short story contest for students

Students in grades 1 through 6 in local schools should start to get their creative juices flowing as they are eligible to enter the...

Museum Winter Ball

Save the date of December 21, 2019 for our first MUSEUM WINTER BALL under the honorary presidency of Mmes. Claire Léger and Evelyn Blackwood-French...

Pilot project – Healthy Wednesdays in West Bolton Municipality

The Municipality of West Bolton invites its citizens to participate in the first edition of Healthy Wednesday that will take place on April 3,...

Laura Hernandez receives award

On February 28, 2019, Laura Hernandez of Yoga et Mouvement received the Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award from Artistrisud, a Montreal-based charitable organization...

BCHS stands on the verge of an exciting new future

On March 2, 2019, the Brome County Historical Society held its 122nd Annual General Meeting. The message of the meeting was renewal, preparing the...

Moving … but close by

Centre électronique de Knowlton, operated by Jean-Jacques De Buck at 489 Knowlton Road, will relocate in April to 527 du Sud, in Cowansville. In...