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(photo/Scott Nixon)

A visit with St. Nick

LUCAN — Santa Claus has been busy lately, but not too busy to take the time to visit with local children.

Bluewater builds community improvement plan

EXETER — The residents of Bluewater were invited by the municipal government to come out Dec. 11 to have their say when it comes to the future of the municipality, and three people took them up on that offer.

South Huron hires new fire chief

EXETER — The Municipality of South Huron has a new fire chief.

(photo/Scott Nixon)

Gowing elected Huron County warden

GODERICH — Saying he has a real passion for the area in which he lives, Morris-Turnberry Mayor Paul Gowing is the new Huron County warden.

Citizens sought to complete committee rosters

LAMBTON SHORES — Council members have assigned themselves to internal committees and external boards and now they are asking citizens to come aboard.

Five points separate top SOJHL teams

LUCAN — Anything can still happen as the final 13 games of the hockey season approaches, with only five points separating the top five teams in the Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League (SOJHL).

(photo/Stacee @NDRA)

Exeter man races to championship in rookie season

EXETER — Chasing after his heroes, Tyler Scott of Exeter finished his rookie year in drag racing as a national champion.

Hawks win twice on weekend

EXETER — The Exeter Hawks took a 4-3 overtime win over the Port Stanley Sailors Dec. 12 at the South Huron Rec Centre.

Absolutely, positively true

Are you a glass half empty or glass half full kind of person? I’ve always thought that I’m a fairly positive person and try to look at the bright side of things. It just seems easier to me. I’ve never really understood the point of dwelling on the negative. If you’re not happy with something, change it.

(photo/Scott Nixon)

New South Huron council sworn in

SOUTH HURON – The first female mayor in the history of South Huron was sworn in last week, along with her new council.

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