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Sunday collision proves the season of moose being on our highways is here

(Moose on the loose 07 05 24 BM) web Here’s proof that moose season has arrived on highways in the region. At about 10:30pm Sunday, a moose was killed when it was hit by a car on Hwy. 11, west of  Cochrane. OPP say a hoof came through the driver’s side...

Over 420 intimate partner violence calls to northeast OPP in April

Reported by Richard Coffin Ontario Provincial Police are giving a snapshot of intimate partner violence in the northeast. The OPP says over 420 occurrences were investigated in April, with 121 resulting in criminal charges. The James Bay detachments – that’s Kapuskasing, Hearst, Cochrane  and Moosonee -- had more than one-fifth of all...

I.F. Public Works to shut down Nellie Lake Road West during the day Tuesday

A culvert replacement ahead of road resurfacing work this summer will have Nellie Lake Road West closed during the day on Tuesday. It’s expected to shut down at 9:00am and be reopened before 4:00pmr. Iroquois Falls public works director Steve Poliquin says it’s the culvert that feeds into Sunset Bay....

FONOM looking to ‘Unlock The North’s Potential’

Reported by Richard Coffin Unlocking the north’s potential is the focus for the Federation of Northern Ontario Municipalities this week. That’s the theme as the group holds its annual conference in Sudbury, Monday to Wednesday. Over 250 delegates will be there along with provincial ministers and associate ministers of Mining, Transportation, Natural Resources,...

Cocrhane history update: Disappointment in 1994 for group trying to save water tower

In Cochrane history this week, an update on a story for a couple months ago… and disappointment for a local group. In February, we told you of the 1994 campaign to save the old municipal water tower. Lisette deBlois led the Old Water Tower Preservation Society in an attempt to make...

OPP warn about crystal methamphetamine

OPP detachments from Cochrane to Hearst and Moosonee are noticing a marked increase in the presence of the illegal drug crystal methamphetamine. Const. Kyler Brouwer says that’s based on hospitalizations and seizures of the crystal meth. “And that’s not just on drug warrants or drug trafficking charges, as part of impaired...
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