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Market Square survey results are in

City now has only a small window to absorb the data before having to submit a formal request to the federal government for sesquicentennial funding, money that will prove imperative to the project

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OPP seek information on missing woman

NORTH PERTH – The Perth County OPP and the family of a missing female are seeking the public’s assistance in locating her, expressing concern for her well-being.

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Heart felt jumpers

Grade 1-8 students at Walkerton District Community School raised an impressive $5,835 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation last week during their ‘Jump Rope for Heart’ activity. Due to inclement weather, this year’s event had to be held in the gym. Here some Grade 6 students try to do some group skipping.

Glammis residents opinions sought

By John McPhee WHT Editor Brockton council won’t give the go ahead for drainage improvements and reconstruction of Bruce Road 15 in Glammis until they’ve heard from the residents about sidewalks. During a presentation at last week’s council meeting, Bruce County engineer Brian Knox told local officials that he held two public meetings in the [...]

Retired Gen. Dallaire tours area with Liberal Thompson

Retired Gen. Roméo Dallaire threw his weight behind Huron-Bruce federal Liberal candidate Allan Thompson during a visit to the riding and also fired some shots across the bow of the Stephen Harper government.

Sacred Heart Students attend work safety assembly

Last week Sacred Heart High School students had the opportunity to attend an assembly on work safety led by the organization My Safe Work.

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Bell, Barfield among five Blue Jays guests

Autograph tent during Hall of Fame Induction weekend in downtown St. Marys

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Police clamp down on drug dealers

Two Kitchener men were arrested and charged, and officers seized 769 grams of methamphetamine, 338 ecstasy pills and $5,000 in cash

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Beatty wants Anne Hathaway basketball court replaced

Aside from the court itself being “undersized,” Beatty showed photographs of a leaning basketball post and rim without net and wrapped in duct tape.

One man dead after Guelph Police involved in shooting at hospital; SIU investigating

GUELPH — One person is dead after a shooting involving Guelph Police Wednesday at Guelph General Hospital.

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