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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:55 AM
College of Trades 'a giant tax grab' "I am a certified hairstylist I work at Firstchoice and I am very happy there and I love my job I have been doing it for 23 years , I only work 12 hours /week because of a car accident I can't work the long hours or too many days . I make a little ove"
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Legal claim drafted against wind company "So with 9 studies on wind turbines and property values saying (No value drop because of turbines) lawyer Eric Gillespie does not have a case. Making this is just another costly nuisance case!! PTL for NIMBYs is Pay The Lawyer"
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Marathon meeting finally ends with 2.67 per cent budget increase "The final compromise of $100,000 of surplus funds to be used, one of about half a dozen debated, was actually proposed by councillor Pope. The towns reserves, remain almost exactly the same as 2013, and will be boosted substantially by the sale of th"
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Flood warning
On Friday, April 11, Wingham Police, North Huron Fire Department and Huron County Ambulance personnel were called to the Maitland River, west of William Street in Wingham, after an overturned boat was seen in the water.
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Minto weathers flooding in Harriston
HARRISTON – April showers proved to be more of a downpour recently as flooding occurred in the community of Harriston.
Sports
OHA board says no to GOJHL reclassification request
Hockey body wants 27 teams to remain in Jr. 'B'
Westman calls Sauder ‘character’ player
Thanks Jason Lott for terrific job as director of hockey operations
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Peak performers
The 88th season of the Kiwanis Festival of the Performing Arts is in full swing. Performers of all ages from across Southwestern Ontario are in Stratford for four weeks of competition in various disciplines.
Shelf Life – April 17
Opinion
No holding back the toddler on two wheels
Dishing It Out, by Andrea Macko
‘Rocky Road to Dublin’ had nothing on Water Street South
Looking Back, by Muriel Sheldon

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