Posts in: Arthur
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Lennox defeats Tout in landslide mayor’s race

Wellington North has a new mayor, after former councillor Andy Lennox handily defeated incumbent mayor Ray Tout with a 2,199 to 1,161 vote in Monday’s municipal election.

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Testament to patriotism unveiled in new mural

The Arthur cenotaph drew a full crowd Saturday morning at the unveiling of the village’s latest tribute to Canadian soldiers past and present – a mural to remember them by and keep them close to the heart.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Police pursuit ends in Wellington North

Police used a spike belt to stop a suspect after a pursuit ending in Wellington North Oct. 20.

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Terror on Tucker aims to scare

The Henderson family has yet again transformed their back yard into a scary maze to give trick-or- treaters thrills and scares on Halloween night.

By Kelsey Dunbar

Doodles By Dunbar

Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.

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Maple Water going global

Keith Harris just recently returned from a really cool trip to Budapest, where he was informed of what he already knew – Maple Water is the next Coconut Water.


Women of Wellington Saugeen get lesson on health, wellness

With cancer being the leading cause of death in Canada, education on the topic is important for everyone.
The Women of Wellington Saugeen Area (WOWSA) met at the Birmingham Retirement Community on Oct. 17 for a breakfast meeting of networking and education in the area of health and wellness.

By Kelsey Dunbar

Doodle By Dunbar

Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.


New OPP billing model brings savings to county

At a recent Police Services Board meeting, Wellington County Treasurer Ken DeHart announced the County of Wellington will see policing costs decrease significantly over the next five years, under a new Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) billing model.


Gunman down, Parliament Hill on lockdown after soldier shot

OTTAWA A gunman opened fire at the National War Memorial, wounding a soldier, then moved to nearby Parliament Hill and wounded a security guard before he was shot, reportedly by Parliament’s sergeant-at-arms.

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