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Friends for Life concert rocks the Arthur Community Centre

The Arthur Community Centre was jam packed as the Redburn family was joined by more than 400 of their Friends for Life for the ninth annual Friends for Life concert that took place on Aug. 15. As always, the proceeds from the concert are going to Childhood Cancer Canada, the nation’s leading foundation dedicated to fighting childhood cancer.

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Township seeks sewage capacity slot for Arthur home

An Arthur family has had to wait to find out whether it can build a new home on their sizeable Frederick Street property using a municipal sewage connection or septic system.

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Township waives building fees for tornado victims

Wellington North will waive fees for tornado victims forced to rebuild damaged property.


Resolution passed to integrate governance of Groves, NWHC

The Waterloo Wellington Local Health Integration Network (WWLHIN) has passed a resolution for North Wellington Health Care (NWHC) and Groves Memorial Community Hospital to “integrate the governance structure” of the two corporations.

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Arthur intermediate girls undefeated at provincial lacrosse championship

The Arthur intermediate girls lacrosse team ventured down to Whitby last weekend to compete in the 2015 provincial championships. With only 11 runners (one of whom was brand new to lacrosse this year and another who last played in tyke) and one goalie, they knew they would face some rough waters, as they would have to play five games in a little over 48 hours to win it all.

McCotter kicks off campaign with visit to local producers

PERTH-WELLINGTON — Supply management, sustainability and support for the agricultural sector as a whole were key points of focus for Liberal Party candidate Stephen McCotter as he kicked off his election campaign Aug. 6.

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Doodles by Dunbar

Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.

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Visitors enjoy butter tarts in Arthur

Around 75 classic cars, and their owners, stopped in at Arthur to enjoy a break of coffee and butter tarts along the Butter Tart Trail, and then thrilled locals with a tour of the town escorted by the fire department, on Thursday, July 30.

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Local seniors enjoy therapy dog visit

Those who attend the monthly Congregate Dining program put on by the Seniors Centre for Excellence enjoyed learning about St. John’s Ambulance Therapy Dogs.

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Doodles By Dunbar

Check out the latest editorial cartoon by Kelsey Dunbar.

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