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Brome Lake comes together to help pre-schooler literacy

This year, the Knowlton Literary Festival will expand its activities to include the literacy development of infants and pre-school children. Called “Tales for Tots”,...

TBL says no to the abattoir

There will not be a pig slaughterhouse on Mill Road after all. After the strong opposition to the project voiced at the Sept. public...

Duck Farm is coming out of its litany of disasters

The last leg of the Brome Lake Ducks farm return to normalcy, after nearly two years of a trial by fire, will start with...

The magic of Louise Penny

Louise Penny’s latest book, Glass Houses is #1 on the Globe & Mail fiction list and on the Canadian and Mystery List too. Added...

Canadian writers visiting our town

The mission of the Knowlton Literary Festival, from October 12 to October 15, is to bring a sampling of the best Canadian writers into...

Bishop’s courses continue

Major update - October 3, 2017 Bishop’s University will not be offering winter courses in Knowlton in 2018 after all. Since a story about the...

Road to truce on Mt. Foster

Fred Langan and Tony RotheramThere appears to be a negotiated truce on Foster Mountain between the municipality of West Bolton and promoters of Mount...

Electric cars popular here

There were five electric cars parked at the Star Café on a recent morning. There is no way of knowing just how many electric...

From St-Etienne-de-Bolton to Nunavik

Former math teacher, Pascale Vézina-Rioux from St-Étienne-de- Bolton now devotes most of her time to the trekking group Les Chèvres de montagne de l’Estrie....

Exciting musical coming in November

The daunting logistics behind mounting an Andrew Lloyd Webber musical are not lost on the braintrust guiding The Knowlton Players. When the production of...