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Sunday, August, 10, 2014 - 12:12:55 AM
Downtown mural taking shape "I was wondering if the Markle mural was saved, or if it was painted over? I miss it."
Comment by Rod Demerling
Friday, August, 08, 2014 - 2:02:09 AM
Buchanan adds name to list of election candidates "Seems to be taking a long time moderating,sounds fishy to me. Did someone call to complain about the power of the press!!"
Comment by dereksrealbrother
Wednesday, August, 06, 2014 - 10:10:45 PM
Bluewater to appeal Goshen wind turbine project "Time to step up, South Huron Council and communicate with Bluewater Council about how to best assist with BOTH appeals."
Comment by DW
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Minto farmer set for national plowing contest
CLIFFORD – Carman Weppler is ready to take that next crucial step in his distinguished plowing career, as the Clifford area farmer is set to compete in the Canadian Plowing Championships Aug. 14-16 in Thorndale, Ontario.
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NRStor opens energy storage facility in Minto
HARRISTON – A nation-wide first in commercial innovation took place July 22, and it happened right here in Minto.
Sox split first tests of ISC Worlds tournament
KITCHENER – The International Softball Congress 2014 Men’s World Fastball Tournament is underway in Kitchener, and the Wellington Sox are right in the thick of it.
Sixth Jeff Davie Memorial Tournament goes this weekend
TOWN OF MINTO – One of the area’s most popular fundraising events is set to kick off this Friday, Aug. 1, as the annual Jeff Davie Memorial 3-Pitch Tournament is ready for another installment.
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Perth prepares to show off its agricultural pride
Closing Day concert by country music superstar George Canyon among the highlights of this year's 100th-edition International Plowing Match
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Save the date for Maggie’s Getting Married
HARRISTON – Anyone who has ever attended a wedding knows that seldom does anyone get hitched without a hitch.
A matter of human decency
The story of the London, Ontario woman who claims to be engaged to serial killer Paul Bernardo has a lot of people scratching their heads.
Election battle lines not straight and narrow
That Premier Kathleen Wynne made the decision to end her minority government came as no surprise. That it was the Liberal party’s failure to secure majority legislature support for a proposed budget that triggered that decision also came as no surprise.
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