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Above keeping cool are, in front from left, Willem Paff and Steven Hockey, while in back from left are Grace MacDonald, Chloe Hockey, Aidan Gascho, Sage Conlan, Asia Rundle, Darlene Ankers and Teagan MacDonald. (photo/Scott Nixon)

Staying cool

HURON PARK — The Huron Park fire station held an open house Saturday afternoon, providing tours for members of the public and a chance for people to check out the various pieces of firefighting equipment. There was also a barbecue, raffle draw, educational information about fire  prevention, a video featuring historical pictures of the Huron [...]

The members of the Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA) of South Huron District High School won the 2015 Canadian Safe School Network/TD Award for Excellence Against LGBTQ Youth Bullying. This photo from May shows some members of the GSA, along with their teacher advisor Chuck Mallette, attending a nation-wide conference in Winnipeg, called OUTShine 2015, in support of LGBTQ youth and allies. (photo/submitted)

South Huron school group proud to support equality

The students of South Huron District High School (SHDHS) stand tall in support of equality, and their efforts have put them above the rest.

Bluewater to bill Dashwood residents

By Jesse Cnockaert, Times-Advocate Staff DASHWOOD — Dashwood residents and people along the lakeshore in Bluewater will be getting charged so Bluewater municipality can recover costs of a master plan and Class EA to join a sewage treatment project for Grand Bend. Dillon Consulting Limited was retained by the Municipality of Lambton Shores in 2004 [...]

A fundraiser was held Friday night at The Barn in South Huron to support the Rogers family, above. Shannon Rogers, far right, is battling Ewing’s Sarcoma and is halfway through chemotherapy treatments. She hopes to return to South Huron District High School after Christmas. Pictured with her, in front, are siblings Atley and Claire, and in back parents Lorne and Nicole. (photo/Scott Nixon)

Community gathers to support Rogers family at benefit

“Overwhelmed” is a word Exeter’s Rogers family used more than once last Friday as community members gathered to support the family.

South Huron Hospital receives funding

The South Huron Hospital Association is among those hospitals in Southwestern Ontario to receive provincial funding for repairs and upgrades.

Two members of the Kippen Gun Club, cousins Brittany and Jake Caldwell, shot targets at the Cardinal Classic Registered Trap Shooting tournament in Ohio Aug. 18-23. Brittany achieved a personal best and was runner up in her category. Jake finished with three handicap trophies. (photo/Jesse Cnockaert)

Kippen gun club straight shooters right on target

Local trap shooter Brittany Caldwell of Exeter returned home with a personal best after the Cardinal Classic registered trap shooting tournament in Ohio.

Lazy Bird player Andrea Alexander takes a swing when her women’s slo-pitch team played against the Big Reds on Aug. 27. The Big Reds won 24-15. (photo/Jesse Cnockaert)

Slo-pitch game of the week

The women’s slo-pitch season is almost over, and the Big Reds find themselves near the top of the standings and in good shape for the season-ending tournament.

Back to school season is back

By Carrie Dixon, Better with Cheddar   I love kids. It’s one of the biggest reasons I chose to become a teacher. It definitely wasn’t because it’s easy because, trust me, it’s not. It’s challenging, frustrating, exhausting and amazing all rolled into one. I question myself, my choices and my words every day because I’m [...]

Local talks next week for elementary teachers union

Old collective agreement expired exactly one year ago

(photo/Katie Hartai)

Ellison Travel celebrates with fundraiser

GRAND BEND — For 35 years Ellison Travel & Tours has been providing a world of vacation opportunities.

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