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Dream becomes a reality

From Lizette Gilday - edited by Rob Paterson Lizette Gilday, a long time member of the Knowlton community, visited Africa for the first time in...

The mystery of the missing bats

Holy flying nocturnal mammals! What happened to all the bats? Since 2016, numbers of the Little Brown bat native to our part of the...

Tapping in the Townships

Denise Beamish, special collaboration We often hear about, or have as our neighbours, one or more of the many artists and musicians who make...

Le Faubourg Lac-Brome – fewer buildings, more green space

Claire Kerrigan Changes to the proposed housing development in Foster, Le Faubourg Lac- Brome, have been put forth by TBL Council. Initially, the developer planned...

Chambers of Commerce merge

Owen Falquero believes there is strength in numbers. As a driving force during the process of dissolving the Brome Lake Chamber of Commerce at...

Beach party, a big success

Once again this year the Polar Beach Party at Douglass Beach was a great success judging by the number of young and old and...

Knowlton Medical Clinic – overview

Alison Marks We are extremely fortunate to have a medical clinic at 280 Victoria Street, Knowlton, offering both scheduled medical visits and a daily emergency...

Fibre optic service for everyone is the goal

Though high-speed internet is available in the Brome-Missisquoi MRC, it is far from prevalent. We do have cable, transmission towers, telephone lines, some fibre...

Bishop’s reinstatement in TBL: is it at all feasible?

Alison Marks According to Bishop’s Vice-Principal Academic Administration, Dr. Miles Turnbull, the decision to close Bishop’s Knowlton campus permanently is not yet final. When...

Library Storytime

More than 30 people, small children, their parents and grandparents, turned up at the Pettes Library for a morning of story time on National...