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Women’s issues debate packs auditorium

The debate laid bare the similarities and differences of the three major traditionally left-of-centre parties.


Amalgamation currently off the table

North Wellington Health Care and Groves Memorial Community Hospital are no longer on a path that would see the two organizations amalgamate.

Photo by Don Crosby

Standoff at Durham area farm ends peacefully following raid

What began as a tense standoff at the Durham area farm of Michael Schmidt ended peacefully after members of the farming collective and supporters rallied to express their outrage and opposition.

Hospitals take measures to address complaints

LISTOWEL – Staff with the Listowel Wingham Hospitals Alliance are implementing new regulations for handling patient complaints in an effort to provide excellent care for all.

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Candidates cover local, world issues at Listowel meeting

LISTOWEL – Liberal candidate Stephen McCotter and Conservative John Nater took each other to task at a recent all-candidates meeting, taking shots at each other’s policies heading into the Oct. 19 federal election.

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Heels for Hospitals set to strut for 7th year

Clifford – Wightman Telecom’s Heels for Hospitals is set for Oct. 17, 2015.

Grand Bend development receives final approval

The earth is ready to be shoveled for 27 new single family homes on the eastern edge of Grand Bend.

South Huron receives “four blooms” in national competition

The Municipality of South Huron received a 4 Bloom rating and a special mention for Grand Cove Estates during the 2015 National Symposium and Awards Ceremonies

Suicide prevention workshops coming to Zurich

Zurich’s Heather Redick has organized two half-day suicide prevention workshops this month.

The Grade 2/3 class at Stephen Central Public School, taught by Ms. King and Madam Reed, decided to run in support of fellow classmate Sophie Towns during this year’s Terry Fox Run at the school, held Oct. 1. Sophie, seven, has been diagnosed with leukemia. Above are Sophie’s siblings, and fellow Stephen Central students, Nick, 10, Chloe, 8 and Noah, 11. They are shown holding a sticker letting everyone know they are running for Sophie.

Stephen Central students run for sick classmate

Almost everyone knows someone with cancer, and one class at Stephen Central Public School decided that for this year’s Terry Fox Run they would run in honour of one of their classmates.

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