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Cullitons ‘mini-goal’ is a third-place finish
Only eight games left before the Midwestern Conference playoffs
Big win for Cullitons in Guelph Saturday night
Stratford moves five points ahead of Hurricanes after 3-2 victory;
Jr. ‘C’ Braves playing Firebirds in first round
Tavistock has winning record against New Hamburg this season
Atom BB Aces end regular season with a pair of wins
Two shutout victories on the weekend
Novice ‘C’ Aces upset North Middlesex Stars in Parkhill
Kinsmen Intermediates extend streak to 22 games
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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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News
Chet Greason photo
Ideal conditions for Winterfest
It was not-too-hot, not-too-cold at one of the best Winterfests in recent years.
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Utility sees small jump in off-peak use
Festival Hyrdo CEO says most energy burned by manufacturing sector
Sports
Kuno, Paquette lead Minor Midgets to wins
Major Bantams get win and loss on the road
Final four finish for Tier 3 Novices
At Bradford tournament on the weekend
What's On
The Book Shelf – Jan. 22
New children's offerings at Stratford Public Library
Miranda Cook Photo
Young performers raise dollars for children’s fest
Individuals and schools from across Stratford and surrounding area came out to perform either a song, dance, a piece of theatre, or a musical number.
Opinion
A ‘souper’ day
This year’s Soup’s On attracted a record-breaking crowd of soup tasters, who came to sample almost 50 different soups, bid on silent auction items, and meet up with friends.
Housing needs
The advocacy office at the Local Community Food Centre has identified housing as one of the largest stressors for those living in poverty.
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