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Auto Works upsets Sunrise Health Services

In Stratford Tennis League semi-final playoff action

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The mayor has been kidnapped, but you can help save him

Wellington North Mayor, Andy Lennox, has been kidnapped by a group of medieval tyrants and he is being held captive somewhere in Wellington County.

Dinner horns and mouldboard plows

Bush Days, written by Malcolm Lamont and printed in December 1933, is a wealth of information about the early days of settlement in Turnberry Township in the mid 1800s.

For whom the road tolls

Even the calmest person travelling within a hundred kilometres of Pan Am Games venues while the games were underway likely cursed the name “Henry Ford.”

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Wingham welcomes RC Jets

Wingham’s Richard W. LeVan Airport welcomed more than 60 pilots plus crowds of enthusiasts to the seventh annual RC Jet Rally, July 25 and 26, Canada’s biggest model jet event this year.

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Council turns down proposed kennel

Centre Wellington council has turned down zoning and licensing applications for a breeding kennel operation on 4th Line in Nichol Township.

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Members of the county speak their mind about the signage plan

Wellington County Signage Plan held a focus group meeting in Fergus on July 22. Members of the community were invited to participate with brainstorming to help develop a plan to please all members of the county.

Conners misses cut at RBC Canadian Open

OAKVILLE – Although Corey Conners did not get to play into the weekend at the RBC Canadian Open, he can take consolation in the fact that he has earned a tour spot for the remainder of the 2015 golf season.

Listowel banner obituaries july 29, 2015

Sidney Martin Sidney G. Martin of Listowel passed away peacefully at Listowel Memorial Hospital on Friday, July 24, 2015, at the age of 91. Beloved husband of the late Lovina (Shantz) Martin. Father of Rosemary and Ron Metzger and Charlotte Cressman, all of Stratford, Dorcas and Jim Toth of Atwood, Lucille and Mark Stolz of [...]

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Mulcair defends supply management, family farms at Brunner campaign stop

BRUNNER – A visit from a federal party leader to Perth-Wellington can only mean one thing: An election in October.

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