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Arthur truck show a huge success for 20th year

There was a good turnout for the 20th annual Ford and Mercury Truck Show in Arthur recently. Around 170 trucks were involved in the show, unfortunately the wet weather on Saturday cancelled the cruise, but the dance as well as the corn and pig roast still went forward.

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New church for betterment of community

A number of community members and dignitaries were on hand Friday, Aug. 22, to witness the sod turning for a new church which will be under construction shortly.

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Golfers unite for champion twirler

Earning a hole-in-one in golf is an extraordinary feat, and so is earning the chance to compete in a world championship. This fall, these two rare events will come together for little Elsie Post.

By Kelsey Dunbar

Doodle by Dunbar

Do you know what a bucket of ice-cold water and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) have in common? Neither do I and who cares when celebrities, super models, musicians and TV hosts, along with millions of other people, are dumping buckets of ice water over their heads to raise money and awareness for ALS.

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Healthcare Closer to Home

Ontario pharmacists are now encouraged to expand their practice into home visits, medication counselling, flu shots and vaccination, to name a few, as part of the national initiative ‘Healthcare Closer to Home’.

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International Plowing Match coming close to home in 2016

Mark your calendars, as Minto has been chosen as the 2016 site of the International Plowing Match & Rural Expo from Sept. 20-24. The event will be hosted south of Harriston on Wellington County Rd 109 on Anne and Earl Schneider’s farm. Plowing matches have been part of Ontario’s agricultural history for well over a [...]

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Sibling Entrepreneurs harness flour power in new family business

You can buy locally grown fruits and veggies, locally butchered meats and now you can buy locally grown whole grain organic stone ground flour here in Wellington County.

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Memories of Arthur’s old high school

There’s an old saying, ‘youth comes but once in a lifetime to be fondly remembered often in later life’. For many in our community and surrounding area, their days spent at the old Arthur High School on Smith Street were the best years of their life, where lifelong friendships were often established.


Mixed Mite Major Twisters capture ISA championship

It was a terrific season for the Mixed Mite Majors, as they completed their regular season with a 16 game unbeaten streak. This sent them to their playoff tournament in first place.

By Kelsey Dunbar

Doodles by Dunbar

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