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Issue 771 Week 17 Vol 15

April 17, 2024


In Issue 771, we remind everyone that the weekend for the Bayfield Lions Club’s Home and Lifestyle show has arrived, could there be anything more quintessentially spring? And in our photo story, we take a reflective walk along the Taylor Trail at Varna during the third annual Candlelight Memorial Walk for Huron Hospice…

Issue 770 Week 16 Vol 15

April 10, 2024


In Issue 770, we learn about the upcoming Bayfield Lions Club’s Home & Lifestyle Show, and in our photo story, we visit Pine Lake Campground for the Pancake ‘N Sausage Brunch and Schilbe Sugar Bush Tour that was held this past Saturday…

Issue 769 Week 15 Vol 15

April 3, 2024


In Issue 769, we anticipate the delicious taste of Maple Syrup poured over pancakes and sausage at the Pancake Brunch and Schilbe Sugar Bush Tour set for this coming Saturday, and in our photo story, we hop on over to Clan Gregor Square, along with the Easter Bunny, to put a few chocolate eggs in our basket at the Optimist Club’s Easter Egg Hunt…

Issue 768 Week 14 Vol 15

March 27, 2024


In Issue 768, we anticipate the Bayfield Optimist Club’s Easter Egg Hunt in Clan Gregor Square to be held this Sunday, and in our photo story, we feature the “International Day of Forests” event that was held on March 19 at the town hall. Whether you were able to attend or not, we invite you to try the Forest Facts Quiz and see how much you know…because when it comes to helping...

Issue 767 Week 13 Vol 15

March 20, 2024


In Issue 767, we learn a bit more about the sidewalk to somewhere and in our photo story, we get a sneak peak at a chapter from the second edition of a book written by local historian David Yates.