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Galloway, Dunny’s Atoms blank Petrolia Oilers 6-0

St. Marys minor hockey teams recorded four wins, a tie and a loss in six Shamrock League games over a span of four nights recently. On Saturday, Oct. 18 at the PRC, the Dunny’s Sports Additional-Entry Atoms skated to a 6-0 victory over Petrolia Oilers. RJ Martin and Cam Stapleton each clicked for a goal [...]

By Lindsey Kuglin

A fine fair

The weather was better inside where most attendees of the Walkerton Little Royal Fair could be found on Saturday. This group of cousins, after a fresh coat of facepaint, were checking out the exhibits, poultry and rabbit show, and then made their way to the horse show. From the left are butterflies Regan Barrett, four, [...]

Soccer, taxes, new office, DGR among hot issues

If comments made at last week’s all candidates’ meeting are any indication, the proposed Deep Geological Repository for high level nuclear waste is not welcomed in Brockton.

Saugeen area economy shows positive signs in second quarter

Some positive trends are showing up on the Saugeen Economic Development Corporation’s second quarter report.

Voting, without it democracy is nothing

McThoughts: John McPhee

Is it always really that bad?

Here, There & Everywhere: Lindsey Kuglin

Hawks suffer first loss of the season to Wingham

The Walkerton Hawks started their weekend off with a loss on Friday – their first of the season – to the Wingham Ironmen in overtime, 3-2.

Hamilton Argylls soldier fatally shot

A Hamilton reservist has been shot and killed while standing guard before the National War Memorial in Ottawa Wednesday morning.

Photo by Karen Idzik

Maple Water going global

Keith Harris just recently returned from a really cool trip to Budapest, where he was informed of what he already knew – Maple Water is the next Coconut Water.

WOWSA COL WEB

Women of Wellington Saugeen get lesson on health, wellness

With cancer being the leading cause of death in Canada, education on the topic is important for everyone.
The Women of Wellington Saugeen Area (WOWSA) met at the Birmingham Retirement Community on Oct. 17 for a breakfast meeting of networking and education in the area of health and wellness.

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