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Photography course to be offered in October

The Kawartha Lakes Parks and Recreation Division is pleased to welcome the return of their recreational photography courses.

Food Basics reopens with pharmacy in major renovation

On Saturday, Food Basics will officially re-open the doors of its newest renovation in Lindsay.

School board races competitive

In 2018, voters in Kawartha Lakes had little opportunity to change their Trillium Lakelands District School Board trustees, with four of five local races featuring only one candidate who was ultimately acclaimed.

Director hoping for labour peace

Wes Hahn, the director of education for the Trillium Lakelands District School Board, is very hopeful that after three school years disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic that this year will be a quiet year for staff and students with a minimum of interruptions, particularly on the labour front.

Agriculture is essential to the local economy and way of life, but development is booming — how do we find the right balance?

In one of the best growing seasons in recent memory — local farmers have been spared both droughts and deluges — there seems to be a new crop sprouting in fields around Kawartha Lakes.

Peterborough vs Lindsay in bus transportation

n from Peterborough to Oshawa and then on to Toronto — 14 each day, which is 98 trips per week.

Lindsay senior a victim of ‘gift card’ fraud

The Kawartha Lakes Police Service is investigating after a 74-year-old female from Lindsay became a victim to a gift card scam.