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Grand Bend development receives final approval
The earth is ready to be shoveled for 27 new
South Huron receives "four blooms" in national competition
The Municipality of South Huron received a 4 Bloom rating
Suicide prevention workshops coming to Zurich
Zurich’s Heather Redick has organized two half-day suicide prevention workshops
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
Exeter Hawks player Austin Carter, left, gets a shot off in front as Tyler Kettler, middle, and Chase Thornton look for a rebound in the first period during the game Oct. 2 against Aylmer. The Hawks lost the game 7-3. (photo/Terry Heffernan)
Exeter, Dorchester and Aylmer fight for top spot in SOJHL
The Exeter Hawks and the Dorchester Dolphins are fighting it
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Ontario fighter pilot tells students to dream big "not to take anything away from Deanna Brasseur, but as far as being one of the first women fighter pilot this is false. The Russians, during WW II had squadron of women fighter pilots called the "night witches" and were feared by the germans."
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New OPP billing model brings savings to county "Wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. Then you will see how much Wellington County will actually save with the OPP's new billing model. Moreover, th"
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Above, tapping the keg are South Huron Mayor Maureen Cole, left, committee member Ryan Jacobe and Friedhelm Hoffmann of Trivitt Memorial Anglican Church, which hosts the Exeter Harvest celebration every year. (Scott Nixon/photo)
Exeter Harvest celebration
Grand Bend sewage plant to begin treating in March
Sewage should begin flowing into the Grand Bend mechanical treatment plant in March 2016.
Six kids from Grand Bend have qualified to join Team Canada and compete at the World Karate and Kick boxing Commission (WKC) World Championship in Florida this Nov. 8-13. Top row (from left): Alexis McCreath, Callum Rollings and Emily Mussio. Middle row: Jared Devaere. In front (from left): Abby and Emma Maguire. (photo/submitted)
Grand Bend kids to represent Canada at world competition
Abby and Emma Maguire of Grand Bend have dreamed about putting their martial arts skills to the test on a world level, and soon the two, along with four other Grand Bend kids, will get their chance.
Exeter Hawks player Chase Thornton goes after the puck Sept. 23 when the Hawks took on the Lucan Irish. Thornton scored twice in the second period and once in the third, adding three goals to Exeter’s 9-5 win. (Scott Nixon/photo)
Hawks winning streak puts them at top of SOJHL standings
A streak of wins, including one game against long-time rival the Lucan Irish, has put the Exeter Hawks at the top of the SOJHL standings.
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(photo/Scott Nixon)
New group at SHDHS promotes mental wellness
EXETER — Students at South Huron District High School (SHDHS), with the support of staff, have formed a group this year to ensure their classmates have the opportunity to discuss mental health issues.
(photo/Scott Nixon)
Big-Little matches beneficial for both partners
EXETER— September is Big Brothers Big Sisters Month and it’s a good time to celebrate what the organization does for children in the community.
Not all rules are meant to be broken
Growing up I was content to follow the rules. I didn’t like getting in trouble or rocking the boat.
It’s time to mind your manners
I know our world is becoming desensitized to certain things but I don’t think our manners or politeness should be included in this.
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