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The Next 50 Years

Heading into Christmas 1971, the Town of Brome Lake was at the end of its first year. Yet to come: Sewage, water, the Community...

Memories of War

There are two war memorials on the grounds of Knowlton Academy. One is larger and far more poignant than the other. There are 62...

Town and country water

We are now in the third, and worst year, of a drought in our region. Wells in some of TBL’s more rural communities, such...

Living close to the wilderness

The eerie yipping of coyotes breaks the night silence. It is not just in the open country but in the village of Knowlton. This...

Elections

We are in election overload. Not only are we prepping for local elections, but there is also a full-blown federal election underway. Didn't they...

The road to a normal life

We are entering the land of the second shot. We can only hope that means an end to the pandemic that has lasted a...

Widen our Horizons

The walking path has morphed into a combined bicycle and walking path and that is causing a few problems. Without rules there isn’t enough...

Tempo mission is unchanged

Tempo has been published for 38 years and it is easy to take such an institution for granted. So, for those that might have forgotten...

Volunteers proven to be resourceful during difficult pandemic

The complexity of publishing Tempo during the current pandemic has made us aware of how other volunteer and not-for-profit organizations must also be suffering....

The Person Behind the Mask

Much as mask-wearing is currently a necessary evil and not only protects us from COVID-19 but, seemingly from colds and the flu, it will...