June/July 2012

In this issue:
  • Editorial: Here's The Scoop, by Angela Saxe
  • Creepy Crawlies, by Barry Lovegrove
  • Take a Walk on The Wild Side, photo submission by Lou Martin Coyle
  • Letters to the Editor, by Leah Birmingham, A. Henderson, and Leslie Shannon
  • Congratulations to the Winners of The Scoop Writing Contest
  • Me and Grandma Moses, by Alyce Gorter
  • More, by Isabel Wright
  • Spring Haikus, by Barbara Roch
  • Home, by Grace Smith
  • Lessons Learned, by Blair McDonald
  • Heading West: A Scoop Backroader, by Angela Saxe
  • Canadian Rivers Day, by Susan Moore
  • Six Great Reads, by Lorie Wright
  • GRG Hosts Ed Lawrence, by Mary Jo Field
  • Many Hands Make Light Work, by Linda Selkirk
  • Hands On Nettles, by Blair Richards
  • Spring Sprung in Sydenham, by Kate Clarke
  • Embrace Green Energy!, by Cam Mather
  • A Gut Feeling, by Andrea Dingwall
  • A Natural View: Responsibility in the Backyard, by Terry Sprague
  • A Wonderful Day for Canada and Me, by Judith Huntress
  • How to Break out of Prison, by Josef Reeve
  • Tree Planting Lions
  • Sue Wade: A Glass Act, by Barry Lovegrove
  • White Water Advocates, by Laura Duncan
  • Choosing Wellness, by Thomasina Larkin
  • An Evening with Lorne Elliott, by Barry Lovegrove
  • Ministering a Small Community, by Rev. Elaine Kellogg
  • Building a Cedar Rail Tepee: Simple Garden Project, by Merola Tahamtan
  • 20th Anniversary Year Tamworth Canada Day Celebrations: An open letter from the Tamworth Canada Day Committee
  • Protect Your Home, Protect Our Wildlife, by Leah Birmingham
  • County of Lennox & Addington Public Library Children's Programs
  • LARC Playgroup Information & Locations
  • Gold & Silver at NDSS MusicFest
  • Secondary Summer Session Begins in July
  • A New Trapper's Season, by Mel Galliford
  • Looking Back: The Finkle Carriageworks, by Jane Foster
  • Free Classifieds
  • The Horoscoop
  • Puzzle Page