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The loss of a general store tradition

By Jane Livingston, Special contributorIn late April, a 130-year-old landmark of Knowlton quietly closed its doors. I refer to the General Store at the...

Looking up

By Paul Luc Girard, Special contributorEverywhere in the world the sky has a story to tell. Here is what our regional sky looks like...

Bats get a needed boost

By Lesley RichardsonWest Bolton and local residents have launched an ambitious initiative to come to the aid of the bat population. A special heated...

Healthy surplus for TBL in 2016

Caroline Cusson, the town’s treasurer unveiled the latest financial statement for the town at the May council meeting. For the past year, the town’s...

High Speed Internet priority for MP Denis Paradis

Denis Paradis, MP for Brome-Missisquoi, was distributing Ottawa’s largesse to the area at the end of April. Town of Brome Lake received a $1.32M...

Plant a little extra

Now is the time to plant vegetable gardens, now is also the time to think of the wider food needs of our community. It...

Renaissance lac Brome annual meeting

A conspicuous absence Renaissance lac Brome held its annual general meeting at the end of April. About 80 people showed up but RLB’s most important...

Knowlton students speak to win

Students came from miles around to speak out in the district finals of the Optimist Club’s public speaking competition. Micah Lemaître and Ben McAuley...

Arts Alive returns July 1

Word has just been received that Heritage Canada will help with the funding of a third Arts Alive in Knowlton. The first showing of...

Pot-Pourri: June 2017

Peter E. Baker, an author and antique dealer with a Knowlton storefront on St. Paul’s Rd, will release a coffee-table tome in early June...