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Undefeated NDSS senior soccer squads bound for CWOSSA finals next week

SIMCOE – Both the Norwell Redmen senior boys and girls soccer squads will be putting their undefeated seasons on the line next week, as the teams head to Simcoe for the Central Western Ontario Secondary School Association (CWOSSA) regional championships.

Minto Obituary – May20, 2015

Marilyn Turner Marilyn Turner of Harriston at Caressant Care Nursing Home, Harriston, on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, at the age of 79. Marilyn was the wife of John Turner and mother of Kathleen Turner-Malysa and her husband Joe Malysa of Orangeville, John Turner and his wife Suzanne of Aurora, Nancy Turner of Mount Forest, and [...]

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Plans for International Plowing Match take flight

TOWN OF MINTO – This year marks the 100th anniversary of the International Plowing Match (IPM) first coming to Wellington County.

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NDSS soccer tandem leading by example

PALMERSTON – It is truly amazing how time can fly by.

Minto Express Obituaries May 13, 2015

Barbara Chapman Barbara Chapman passed away at her home in Minto Township on Friday, May 8, 2015 at the age of 72. Barbara Jean Anne (Hamilton) Chapman was the devoted and loving wife of Elmer Chapman and mother of Eddie and Tina Chapman of Ailsa Craig and Jamie Chapman of Moorefield. She will be forever [...]

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Tribute to Smokey and the Bandit part of upcoming truck show in Clifford

CLIFFORD – Rob Johnston and Verdun Zurbrigg are qualified truck enthusiasts and members of the Great Lakes Truck Club.


The Norwell Redmen had a tough day on the rugby pitch.

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Businesses, volunteers shine at achievement awards

PIKE LAKE – For local businesses and organizations – and one special individual — Wednesday, April 29 was truly a night to shine.

Town to proceed with acquiring medical centre

BY SHANNON DUFF EXPRESS MANAGING EDITOR HARRISTON – Town of Minto council recently held public consultation in regard to forming a municipal service corporation to retain and operate the Harriston Lions Community Medical Centre in Harriston. Council reviewed a business case study, which was primarily directed toward acquiring the medical centre as an economic development [...]

Enough is enough

Some things are guaranteed in life, like having to pay taxes, or gas prices never being “where they should be.” You can add hydro price increases to that list. Unless you have been living under a rock the last week, you will have already heard that starting on May 1, the price of electricity in [...]

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