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Precious Christmas memories likely dumped from stolen van in Midland-area <b>(5 photos)</b>

Precious Christmas memories likely dumped from stolen van in Midland-area (5 photos)

Bradford resident Donna Cronk Kokkinen's large totebox containing sentimental keepsakes in van stolen from Barrie garage
Midland man takes ice sculpturing to new heights <b>(7 photos)</b>

Midland man takes ice sculpturing to new heights (7 photos)

Pat Brodeur creates 'Eddie the Yeti,' cabin in his backyard for neighbours to enjoy
<b>COLUMN:</b> Now is the winter of our discontent and yet kindness prevails

COLUMN: Now is the winter of our discontent and yet kindness prevails

While pandemic closes in on the two-year mark, Midland resident, who lost her husband two months ago, finds the good all around us
'Talented catalyst:' Penetanguishene athlete inducted into North American Indigenous sports hall <b>(4 photos)</b>

'Talented catalyst:' Penetanguishene athlete inducted into North American Indigenous sports hall (4 photos)

Liz Duval's hockey journey started in Penetanguishene in the 1980s; included provincial championships and professial play in Switzerland
New Midland restaurant offers plenty of greens <b>(6 photos)</b>

New Midland restaurant offers plenty of greens (6 photos)

Keith's Café & Catering on Vinden Street boasts the region's largest salad bar along with a wide selection of 'handhelds'
<b>COLUMN:</b> Robust. Fulsome. Engage. Political speak is annoying

COLUMN: Robust. Fulsome. Engage. Political speak is annoying

Nobody says 'slow down, there’s stop signage ahead!' They say 'slow down, there’s a stop sign ahead!'
Historic Tiny home with strong Métis roots faces 'incomprehensible' demolition <b>(7 photos)</b>

Historic Tiny home with strong Métis roots faces 'incomprehensible' demolition (7 photos)

Labatte House built in 1834 by War of 1812 veteran who moved to region from Sault Ste. Marie area
<b>COLUMN:</b> Midland should charge out-of-towners more to play at rec centre

COLUMN: Midland should charge out-of-towners more to play at rec centre

While neighbours might not like it, charging higher user fees for non-Midland residents makes economic sense
Local artisans' heartfelt project aids 'brave' children undergoing cancer treatments <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local artisans' heartfelt project aids 'brave' children undergoing cancer treatments (5 photos)

Simcoe Woodturners Guild members craft special bowls designed to hold Bravery Beads given to children for each procedure they endure
<b>COLUMN:</b> Pandemic has people embracing outdoors like never before

COLUMN: Pandemic has people embracing outdoors like never before

'We’ve embraced the outdoors and can easily explore what lies just beyond our doorstep,' reporter writes