Posts in: Exeter

Public provides input into South Huron’s 2015 budget

SOUTH HURON — Members of the public packed the gallery at town hall last week for South Huron council’s Jan. 19 meeting.

Zurich residents map out CIP boundary

EXETER — The third open house in a series of four to gather input on Bluewater’s upcoming Community Improvement Plan (CIP) has been held, with Zurich residents completing a map of what parts of their community they think is most deserving of financial support.

(photo/Scott Nixon)

Community kitchen offering free meal

EXETER — A recently started community kitchen at Exeter United Church has provided the opportunity for participants to hone their cooking skills, meet new friends and take home nutritious meals for their families.

Report looks at quality of life in Huron-Perth

GODERICH — More than 90 per cent of Huron-Perth residents over 12 say they are happy with life in general.

(photo/Terry Heffernan)

Hawks and Irish aim for second and third in SOJHL

SOUTH HURON — The Exeter Hawks and the Lucan Irish are reaching for the second and third place spots as the hockey season comes to an end.

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Novice Rep South Huron Sabres lose thriller in OT

SOUTH HURON — The South Huron Novice Rep Sabres competed last weekend in the International Silver Stick tournament in St. Clair Shores, Michigan. The Sabres opened the tournament on Jan. 23, losing to Oro 1-0.

My Super Bowl Sunday predictions

Chances are this upcoming Sunday you will be sitting in front of your television watching the Super Bowl. I don’t mind watching football or having it on in the background. This is the one football game that I actually try to watch all the way through, if only for the commercials and half time show.

County councillors wrestle with 2015 budget

GODERICH — County councillors and staff will be doing some number crunching this week as the county furthers budget discussions during what its treasurer has described as “a very challenging budget year.”

Hensall resident wins big in Dream Lottery

HENSALL— “Are you kidding?” was all Hensall resident Nikolaos Fragiskatos could say last week when he was informed he was a winner in the Dream Lottery which supports St. Joseph’s Health Care London, London Health Sciences Centre, and Children’s Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre.

(photo/Jesse Cnockaert)

Becoming fire chief is ‘a dream come true’

EXETER — For Andrew Baird, becoming the new fire chief of the South Huron Fire Department earlier this month was his third dream come true.

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