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Distracted Trumpeting. 70mph Trumpeter Caught On Camera

Distracted driving is one of the biggest issues and causes of accidents and death on the roads, here and in other countries.  Distracted driving includes using electronics, applying makeup, shaving (both of which I witnessed last week) and even reaching

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Harvard Scientists Say These 5 Things Can Prolong Your Life By A Decade

There are five habits that, when done together, could add more than a decade to your life expectancy, according to a study released by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. The good news: 10 years is a lot

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Marilyn Monroe’s Golden Globe Sells For Record $250g

More than 56 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe is still making history. On Saturday, the late star’s Golden Globe award sold at auction for $250,000 – the highest price ever paid for a Golden Globe at auction, according to

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[Photos/Video] Crews Battle House Fire On Line 12 In Oro-Medonte

One person has been transported to the hospital in Orillia with unknown injuries after a house fire on Sunday. Emergency crews responded to the Line 12 address in Oro-Medonte at around 5:15 p.m. and found the home fully engulfed in

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Socks for Seniors/Warmer Winter

‘Tis the season to care for others in our communities and South Simcoe Police Service  want to team up with you to make a difference.   At both the North and South Divisions, you will find a couple of ways to help

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The Orillia Youth Centre presents: Skye Wallace, Bryan McPherson, and Global Paradise

The Orillia Youth Centre is incredibly excited to once again be working with Skye Wallace and Bryan McPherson along with welcoming Global Paradise for this very special Sunday Matinee Show happening December 9 with doors at 5pm. All proceeds from

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Lakehead University Orillia Inviting Families To Campus For Information Night

Parents and guardians of future Lakehead University students are invited to meet staff and advisors at the Parent Information Night at the Orillia campus on Tuesday, November 20. While the event is geared towards parents and guardians, high school students

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OPP Charges Two People Under Municipal Elections Act

In September 2017, the OPP received a request for assistance from the Toronto Police Service. The request was in relation to a referral from the Integrity Commissioner for the City of Toronto involving two councillors and the 2014 municipal election.

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Very Pricey Advent Calendar featuring Old and Rare Scotch Whiskies

A British company is offering a unique advent calendar featuring 24 rare varieties of whisky with a price tag of $13,000! Drinks By The Dram announced it’s 2018 lineup of advent calendars including the pricey ” Very Old and Rare”

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Brian Master

Nurse Risks Life To Move ICU Patients During California Fire And Toyota Replacing His Burnt Up Truck

There are terrifying accounts still coming out of California and the horrific images and stories and loss.  Just tragic.  Of course there are some good stories that come out of tragedy as well and one of those stories is about

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Dave Creelman

This 50% Of Adults Have Difficulty With Basic Math. That’s Half!

In this multinational survey it was found that close to 50% of adults had difficulties with basic math and working out simple problems.  Some of the basic questions were about making change while shopping.  If 3 litres of cola cost

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Support the 2018 Holiday Heroes Campaign

York Regional Police is encouraging all York Region residents to support the 2018 Holiday Heroes campaign to help families in need during the holidays. This year’s campaign will run from November 15 to December 14, 2018 and 100% of donations directly support

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The Word of The Year is … ‘Toxic’

That’s the view of the esteemed Oxford Dictionaries, the British publisher that has been defining language – and our times- for over 150 years.   It has chosen the word as it’s annual “Word of the Year”, arguing that it’s  “the

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Aurora’s Annual Toys For Tickets Program Returns This Holiday Season

Did you know that you can pay your parking ticket by donating a new children’s toy? In the spirit of the holiday season, parking tickets* issued from Thursday, November 15 to Friday, December 14 can be paid for by donating

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Aurora Resident Wins $7 Million Lotto 6/49 Jackpot

 Congratulations to Wai Fong Leung of Aurora after winning $7,000,000 in the October 10, 2018 Lotto 6/49 draw. The winning ticket was purchased at T & T on Woodbine Avenue in Markham.

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