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Traversing the nightmare of Alzheimer's
Janet Thompson describes the mind of someone with Alzheimer's as
Intermediate Aces move into top spot
Hockey team improves to 3-0 in K-W Local League
The Book Shelf - Oct. 30
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library
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Heritage groups stunned to find tracks being removed
The section of unused track was located on the grassed
Early lead doesn't hold up for Atom BBs
Aces lose 5-3 in St. Clements Wednesday
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Ryan says millions at stake for city
Lawrence Ryan stresses that he is not, in fact, the one holding up the issue in court, and that Stratford taxpayers are “only being hurt by time.”
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Ritsma tops list of new council
7 incumbents join 3 new faces following Monday night's results.
Sports
All Equip Peewee Aces bring home the silver
From Pink in the Valley girls hockey tourney on the weekend
Yantzi leads Jr. ‘C’ Braves’ win
Tavistock splits pair on weekend (subhead)
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Concert to pay tribute to respected late musician
A standup bass that belonged to David Fischer, or “Fish” as he was known to friends, has been repaired and modernized, and will be played during a memorial concert honoring the late Stratford musician Saturday evening at the Masonic Concert Hall.
Shelf Life – Oct. 16
What's new at Stratford Public Library
Opinion
The maple leaf endures after Ottawa shootings
The actions of two deranged, weak-minded, maladjusted murderers achieved nothing.
Keep cancer on the agenda
As residents gear up to the October 27 municipal election, the Canadian Cancer Society wants cancer prevention on the election agenda.
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