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When traditional medicine and Yoga work together

Laura Hernandez began teaching Yoga in Brome Lake shortly after her arrival here in 2002. A few years on she felt she needed to...

New owner at Uniprix

After 18 years at the helm of the Uniprix pharmacy on Knowlton Road, René-Claude Gagnon sold his business in November to Jean- Marc Bélanger,...

A Valentine in the form of a heart-shaped pond

With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, perhaps it’s apt to recall a series of incidents that occurred during the full fall splendour of last Autumn....

Christmas Bird Count for Lac-Brome 2017-18

By Tom Moore For the 28th consecutive year, a volunteer group of local bird enthusiasts participated in the 118th annual Audubon & Bird Studies Canada...

Don Badger retires

Don Badger, son of a West Bolton farming family, came back home in 1972 to manage the family farm. Changing from dairy farming to...

Advice from Santa

Thanks to Errol Frechette, at the Lions Club, Tempo was recently given permission to have an exclusive interview with Santa as he prepared for...

Helping vulnerable children

On Saturday, November 18, there was a unique book launch at Nesbitt House in Cowansville where 71 children had made contributions to the book....

Philip Lanthier honoured

Philip Lanthier, founder and co-chair of the Knowlton Literary Festival, has been awarded the Judy Mappin Community Award at this year’s Annual Gala of the...

Thanks Tom McGovern

Tommy McGovern served as a town councillor for almost nineteen years. He was defeated in the recent election and is leaving politics. He brought a...

Development in Foster

TBL council adopted a first project to allow the construction of 125 houses on the 64 ha. site of the former Brome Lake Golf...