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Matilda residents say they should be exempt from road costs

The project includes a new roadway with curbs and gutters, installation of a storm sewer, replacement of the existing water main, spot repairs to the existing sanitary sewer, and relocation of the sidewalk.

Fraser Institute rates Mother Teresa School in top 100 in Ontario

Mother Teresa School’s principal said she was excited to hear that the school was ranked as one of the top schools in the province earlier this week.

Catholic Board welcomes Ontario’s new sex ed curriculum

The Bruce Grey Catholic District School Board welcomes the new new Health and Physical Education curriculum which was released by the education minister on Feb. 23.

Time running out for local RCU

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Hawks open finals against Ironmen with overtime win

It took the Walkerton Hawks extra time to win Game 1 of the Western Junior C finals against the Wingham Ironmen.

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Thorndale producers gear up for new farmers’ market

Stalls will be open Saturday mornings starting June 6

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DCVI student receives Horatio Alger Scholarship

Rachel Pearson persevered through years of bullying at previous schools


Local voice against wrongful benefit denials not staying silent

BY SHANNON DUFF EXPRESS MANAGING EDITOR PALMERSTON – Even a rural, small-town voice can make a difference. That voice belongs to Palmerston resident and insurance activist Jokelee Vanderkop, who even after self-publishing her own book and speaking out on national radio, still hasn’t given up her quest to help legitimate claimants receive the insurance benefits [...]

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Wingham BIA holds second AGM

Wingham BIA held its second annual general meeting – a milestone of sorts.

CT scanner on the horizon for LWHA

The Listowel Wingham Hospital Alliance is considering the purchase of a new computerized tomography scanner following a presentation at a recent board meeting in Listowel.

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