Posts in: Exeter

Businesses adapt to fire aftermath

EXETER — Fire may have destroyed their retail location on Exeter’s Main Street, but that hasn’t stopped Best Computers from continuing its work.

Goshen Wind Energy Centre starts commercial operation

SOUTH HURON — The 63-wind turbine Goshen Wind Energy Centre is now online and in commercial operation.

Bluewater staff talks about municipal reboot

BLUEWATER — Bluewater municipal staff are wrapping things up today during the final day of a municipal conference in Toronto, where municipal leaders from across the province have gathered to address the challenges they face and to discuss both partnerships and possible funding sources from other levels of government.

Council making cross-town bounce back to Legacy Centre

LAMBTON SHORES — Accessibility and capacity for public accommodation concerns in Thedford Village Complex have prompted council to move its sessions and meetings of its committees back to the Legacy Centre’s Thomas Hall.

Turning a ‘bad’ word into something good

Failure has turned into a bad word for most of us. We are taught that failure is wrong. Failure means you suck. Failure means you have learned nothing.

U19 Exeter/Seaforth Ringette win in Guelph, tie in Chatham

Ringette was plentiful for the Exeter/Seaforth U19A Provincial Ringette team last week; the locals claimed four of six points in the Western Ontario Ringette League play with a 3-3 tie in Fergus Feb. 19, a 6-1 win in Guelph Feb. 21 and a 1-1 tie in Chatham Feb. 22.

photo/Jesse Cnockaert

Exeter Hawks sweep Bulldogs, advance in playoffs

EXETER — The Exeter Hawks pulled off a 5-4 overtime victory against the Mt. Brydges Bulldogs on the weekend, advancing them to the third round in the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League (SOJHL) playoffs.

Turning a ‘bad’ word into something good

Failure has turned into a bad word for most of us. We are taught that failure is wrong. Failure means you suck. Failure means you have learned nothing.

South Huron policing costs down in 2015

SOUTH HURON — South Huron will see a reduction of $112,358 in its policing costs this year when compared with last year’s numbers.

Destroyed building to be removed

EXETER — Preparations are under way to demolish the downtown Main Street building destroyed in a fire Feb. 6.

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