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A smile we will miss at the Post Office

Thursday, February 27 will be her last day, after 29 years, behind the counter at the Knowlton Post Office. Lea Ann Whitehead, the Knowlton...

Storage needed for important “stuff”

By Meredith MacKeen In an era when the popular trend is to declutter and downsize, many not-for-profit organizations are constantly searching for appropriate places to...

Young rider buys Edwards to ensure good feed

After 92 years and three generations in the hands of the same family, F.G. Edwards general store has been sold. The West Brome institution is...

Knowlton schools benefit

Press release/communiqué Recently, Lac-Brome Optimist Club remitted a cheque of $3,000 to each school in Brome Lake. In February, the following contest took place: Opti-genies, Kids...

Limited forest fire danger in the Eastern Townships

The forest that surrounds us is part of the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence Forest Region. The most common species of trees are hardwoods...

Knowlton Academy students participated in WE Day Montreal

Knowlton Academy was asked to attend WE Day Montreal on February 3 to talk about their amazing garden project. Their representative, Jacob Rumbsy spoke...

Mount Foster is now protected

The Appalachian Corridor is pleased to announce that, thanks to the commitment of the people of the region and the generous donations they have given,...

St-Valentine’s Benefit Dinner

The Brome Missisquoi Youth Foundation will once again be holding its popular St. Valentine’s Day Benefit Dinner to raise funds for the three Houses...

TBL’s budget: no bad surprises

With a budget increase of 4.4% ($15.299M compared to $14.653M in 2019) and a surplus of about $1.8M to cover unforeseen expenses, TBL’s finances...

Beekeeping project

communiqué The beekeeping project “J’adopte une ruche” is starting its 4th year in 2020. In 2019, 54 families adopted a beehive and participated in various beekeeping...