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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...

Tab collection a worthy cause

Every little helps when it comes to the saving of aluminium alloy tabs from cans of soft drinks, beer, cider, cat food cans, etc. Dexter...

The Festival of Lights

December is the time for the Festival of Lights, Santa’s parade. Midnight Madness and the sparkling fireworks. Always a popular event, Midnight Madness will take...

Christmas shopping locally

This year, even more than in the past, we notice how important it is to shop locally to ensure the future of our local...

Be a Christmas angel

The Yamaska Valley Optimist Club, as it has for many years, is working to “Bring out the Best in Kids” with its Angel program....

Aftermath of a storm

Climate change is a worldwide issue. After the windstorm that whipped through our area in late October, it hit home. Thousands of people were...

From Tempo to his own book

When David and Jeanne Marler made the decision to spend at least a year in the woods, friends asked David if he would write...