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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...

Living their dream

Many of us have dreams. Few of us dare to realize them. Brock and Carolyn Dagenais are living theirs right now in a beautiful...

Arthur Reil, a local war hero

Arthur Reil, a Knowlton resident, was a war hero who never fired a shot in anger. He was a 19-year-old farm boy from Frelighsburg...

Simpler and more direct new website for TBL

Brome Lake just inaugurated its new website. It is more convivial and was 100% set up to make it easier for users. Its colours...

Theatre suffering from growing pains

Griping and gossip are as much a part of the theatre as dropped lines at dress rehearsal and stage fright on opening night. Theatre...

Bicycle Museum in TBL

Philippe Wauthier and Mélanie Trottechaud, new residents in Brome Lake, are going to open the first Canadian Museum of Bicycles on Victoria Street in...

Renaissance is proud

Pierre Beaudoin, Renaissance Lac Brome  Quilliams Stream supplies almost 50% of the water that flows into Brome Lake. A major natural reserve helps filter the...