Larry of The Sahara

‘This could have all been solved by just speaking to each other’

By Evelyn Currie Larry Rafferty, or better known as “Larry of the Sahara,” is a 92-year-old war veteran living at… Continue reading “Larry of The Sahara”

Free race walking workshop coming to Lindsay

Residents looking for a fun, low impact cardiovascular workout that can help improve balance, mobility and muscle endurance are invited… Continue reading “Free race walking workshop coming to Lindsay”

New book pays tribute to Rae Fleming

Reflections on Old Victoria County puts some untold stories into the spotlight

For more than 40 years, Rae Fleming was a fixture in the pantheon of Canadian historians. Debuting with Eldon Connections:… Continue reading “New book pays tribute to Rae Fleming”

New police chief ready to hit the ground running

Kirk Robertson says he enjoys the decision making that comes with new role

Effective May 18, Kirk Robertson will become the new Kawartha Lakes Police Service (KLPS) chief. The 27-year law enforcement veteran,… Continue reading “New police chief ready to hit the ground running”

Carving out some time

Local woodworkers bring nature to life

Aside from pencil and paper drawing, it is hard to think of a more accessible art form than wood carving…. Continue reading “Carving out some time”

Matty G Digital turns five

Business Upfront

Matt Geraghty of Matty G Digital is celebrating its five-year anniversary. First, an episode of the new Matty G Podcast… Continue reading “Matty G Digital turns five”

Uncolour your world

How real estate colours affected children’s fashion

Do you ever sense we inhabit a realm akin to a dystopian fiction novel or film where our surroundings are… Continue reading “Uncolour your world”