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Brome Fair like never before

Barns, stables, sheep pens, 50,000 exhibitors, volunteers and fair workers plus some 40,000 visitors in the tiny village of Brome over the Labour Day...

Virtual walk to fight women’s cancer

Cancer does not stop because of a pandemic and, consequently, the Yamaska Valley Optimist Club has been creative, adapted to the situation, and worked...

Knowlton Literary Festival

By Frances Gallagher, contributor The Knowlton Literary Festival is postponing this year’s fall Festival until 2021. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the board of directors, under...

TBL property sales are booming

Real estate sales are the hottest they have been in 50 years in the Town of Brome Lake. “Houses are selling within two days...

One beer stein, four artisans

When Nick Allen approached local ceramist Rachel Grenon to discuss his plan to market a beer stein, conceived and made locally, to promote his...

Au Diapason’s special fundraising walk

Communiqué The palliative care Maison Au Diapason is launching a different form of fundraising. It is called “One Month, My Victory: in Action for Au...

The 100th Anniversary of the Knowlton Golf Club

What Knowlton needs is a good golf course. Those words were uttered by Mary Maud Foster at one of the two informal meetings held at...

Blood tests by appointment only

It is now necessary to book an appointment for blood tests at the Lac Brome CLSC. Go to clicsante.ca (Home/Health Clic Portal). It should...

Honouring our sports teams

By Ron Myles, Councillor for West Brome and Iron Hill The Town Council wishes to acknowledge the efforts and successes of our various sports teams,...

Filming in Knowlton

Inquiring minds may want to know what a film crew has been doing in various locations around Knowlton. And what’s with all the fake...