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1. Savoy sets sights on the silverware

Posts : June 21, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Savoy took a huge step towards more silverware with a 2-0 win against Albury United on Sunday. [Read more]

2. Tough day at Bonnie Doon for Bright

Posts : June 21, 2017
BRIGHT‘S position in the A grade netball top six is hanging by a thread after a surprise loss to Bonnie Doon on Saturday. [Read more]

3. Hunting, fishing show coup for Myrtleford

Posts : June 21, 2017
A NATIONAL hunting expo is expected to attract hundreds of exhibitors and more than 10,000 people to Myrtleford in March. [Read more]

4. Partnership puts great opportunities “in their hands”

Posts : June 21, 2017
INTO Our Hands Foundation have announced an ongoing partnership with the Alpine Cycling Club. [Read more]

5. GP backs taxi plan

Posts : June 21, 2017
GP James Wei and his wife have committed to backing a three-month trial of a “community” taxi in Myrtleford. [Read more]

6. Parking plan in hand

Posts : June 21, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council has identified a number of potential developments for new car parking in Bright. [Read more]

7. Primary school shut out

Posts : June 15, 2017
FIERCE competition for places at Falls Creek Primary School has left up to 30 students without a place this winter. [Read more]

8. Cows and calves are on the rise

Posts : June 15, 2017
A HUGE crowd and record prices were the order of the day at the Myrtleford Autumn sale run by Paull and Scollard last month. [Read more]

9. Bright King get’s gong from Queen

Posts : June 15, 2017
BRIGHT’S Brian King has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia for service to community health. [Read more]

10. Tackling life’s challenges

Posts : June 15, 2017
STUDENTS from St Mary’s Primary School have been inspired by a man that is living life with no boundaries despite what would appear to be physical limitations. [Read more]

11. PHOTO GALLERY: Cyclo-cross hits new heights

Posts : June 15, 2017
CYCLO-cross races in Mt Beauty and Bright have attracted more riders than last year with entries at both events up by about 50. [Read more]

12. Saints planning CBL move

Posts : June 15, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is planning to join the Country Basketball League for next season. [Read more]

13. Saints within reach

Posts : June 7, 2017
MYRTLEFORD is now just one win out of the Ovens and Murray top five after a huge win over Wangaratta Rovers. [Read more]

14. High Plains Cross-ing

Posts : June 7, 2017
EX-Myrtleford siblings Emily and Dan Cross are looking for some circuit breakers. [Read more]

15. Police probe link between region’s recent break-ins

Posts : June 7, 2017
POLICE are still gathering evidence from a serious of thefts between Whorouly and Mt Beauty last month but say there is a chance they are all related. [Read more]

16. Bright ups pressure

Posts : June 7, 2017
A FOCUS on tackling pressure and accountable football saw Bright surge to its second win of the season on Saturday, upsetting Greta by 17 points at Pioneer Park. [Read more]

17. Bumper start to ski season

Posts : June 7, 2017
SKIABLE snow on the ground? [Read more]

18. Council cooks up a plan

Posts : June 7, 2017
ALPINE Shire Council is set to explore the option of providing skills training for hospitality staff. [Read more]

19. Vescio, Savoys see off Boomers

Posts : May 31, 2017
A THIRD penalty save for the year by Jayden Vescio has helped Myrtleford secure another important three points in AWFA soccer.  [Read more]

20. Plans to split CFA fires up volunteers

Posts : May 31, 2017
BILL Tilley (MLA, Benambra) hopes he can broker a peace deal that will see the CFA volunteers and paid firefighters re-united under the one banner. [Read more]

21. Top gong for local after school care

Posts : May 31, 2017
LESS than 18 months after opening Myrtleford Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) has doubled its numbers and now reached the pinnacle of national standards. [Read more]

22. Workers to vote on deal

Posts : May 31, 2017
CARTER Holt Harvey will put its latest pay deal for workers to a vote over two days on June 8 and 9. [Read more]

23. Bright claims thriller over Bats

Posts : May 31, 2017
BRIGHT remains firmly entrenched in the Ovens and King A grade netball top six after holding on to defeat Goorambat by one goal in a thrilling encounter on Saturday.  [Read more]

24. School’s in for drama

Posts : May 31, 2017
AFTER a recent performance with their biggest ever child cast, Bright-based theatre company MAD AS is now offering drama classes for kids.  [Read more]

25. 300 games for club great

Posts : May 24, 2017
JANELLE McMasters has become just the third netballer to play 300 games for Myrtleford. [Read more]

26. A run to remember

Posts : May 24, 2017
A YOUNG Myrtleford woman will this weekend, run from Myrtleford to Porepunkah and back to Ovens to raise money for Alzheimers Australia.  [Read more]

27. Tackling social issues

Posts : May 24, 2017
MYRTLEFORD Football and Netball Club continues to provide pro-active leadership on different social issues that may be faced by its players.  [Read more]

28. Bombers eye first win

Posts : May 24, 2017
DEDERANG Mt Beauty has its best chance to break through for its first win of the Tallangatta and District football season when it hosts Wodonga Saints this Saturday.  [Read more]

29. Wandi pub voted the best in country Victoria

Posts : May 24, 2017
THE Wandi Pub has been voted the best pub in country Victoria. [Read more]

30. Not so safe to cross

Posts : May 24, 2017
STUDENTS across the country on Friday were encouraged to walk safely to school in a national push to promote road safety, health, public transport and the environment. [Read more]

31. Rogers’ service to the game of baseball recognised

Posts : May 17, 2017
The man who formed the Porepunkah Panthers has been honoured for his contributions to baseball in the North East. [Read more]

32. One week at a time

Posts : May 17, 2017
MYRTLEFORD coach Leigh Corcoran says his side’s focus will be firmly on this weekend’s opponent Corowa Rutherglen and nothing more. [Read more]

33. HAPPY DAZE

Posts : May 17, 2017
Myrtleford gardener Mick Ivone got the shock of his life when we went to cut the grass at the public pool on Friday. [Read more]

34. Handheld device proves a winner

Posts : May 17, 2017
IF juggling work as a physiotherapist and trying to grow her own activewear range for women wasn’t enough, Bright’s Phebe Corey now has even more on her plate. [Read more]

35. Lockout bites deep

Posts : May 17, 2017
THE Myrtleford Carter Hot Harvey mill lockout will drag into a fifth week today amid mounting tensions between unionists and non-aligned workers. [Read more]

36. Lofty commitment

Posts : May 17, 2017
EMERGENCY services in Bright will no longer have to wait for specially trained units from outside the Ovens Valley to rescue people trapped on Mt Buffalo. [Read more]

37. Even Brighter Days

Posts : May 10, 2017
THIS year’s Brighter Days festival has raised $300,000 for charity.  [Read more]

38. Flood modelling backs causeway

Posts : May 10, 2017
BUILDING a bridge over the Standish Street causeway would see big floods get even bigger, a public meeting in Myrtleford tonight will hear. [Read more]

39. Milestone for Bright CFA

Posts : May 10, 2017
THERE are few if any community organisations in Bright that have existed since before the 20th century. [Read more]

40. Blockbuster looms

Posts : May 10, 2017
A POTENTIAL top of the table clash between Myrtleford and Wangaratta on La Fiera Sunday is looking more and more likely after the Savoys moved up to second spot on the AWFA table with a fifth win of the season on Sunday. [Read more]

41. Crop gets the chop chop

Posts : May 10, 2017
9000 illegal tobacco plants seized at Rosewhite [Read more]

42. Bright breaks duck

Posts : May 10, 2017
BRIGHT has held off a fast finishing North Wangaratta to record its first win of the Ovens and King football season.  [Read more]

43. Cause to celebrate

Posts : May 3, 2017
WHOROULY got to enjoy its 2007 premiership reunion to the fullest after a thrilling three-point win over Bright on Saturday. [Read more]

44. Atherstone into Australian team

Posts : May 3, 2017
BRIGHT’S Teagan Atherstone is one step closer to her goal of one day representing Australia at the Commonwealth Games or Olympic Games.  [Read more]

45. Mice slowly on the move

Posts : May 3, 2017
PEST exterminators expect the predicted mouse plague to flow into the Ovens and Kiewa valleys. [Read more]

46. Warming up for the blanket and jacket run

Posts : May 3, 2017
A BRIGHT man is again putting the call out for people to donate their unused blankets, sleeping bags, jackets and other warm clothing to help those in need this winter.  [Read more]

47. Small pain, big gain

Posts : May 3, 2017
RESIDENTIAL ratepayers will have to fork out an extra $26 next year as Alpine Council was last night set to approve a 1.9 per cent rate revenue rise. [Read more]

48. Fire destroys home

Posts : May 3, 2017
BRIGHT has rallied behind a single mum and her kids who lost all their possessions in a house fire last week. [Read more]

49. Star Saints in O&M interleague squad

Posts : April 26, 2017
SEVEN Myrtleford Saints have been included in initial Ovens and Murray interleague squads to play the Goulburn Valley next month. [Read more]

50. Fun run proves a hit

Posts : April 26, 2017
JUST under 600 runners took part in the seventh Bright Fun Run on Sunday.  [Read more]

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