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Lucan Biddulph looks at roadside stumps

LUCAN BIDDULPH — Lucan Biddulph council has recently held discussions on stumps on the roadway, and...



An Edwardian Tea returns to the North Huron Museum

The Friends of the North Huron Museum will be kicking off the new season with one of their most...



Town Hall Theatre committee $30K from goal

WINGHAM – Upon receiving a $30,000 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the Wingham Town Hall...


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FDNH kept busy this month

May has been busy month for local fire fighters. From May 10-16 the Fire Departments of North Huron...


The Rotary Club of Grand Bend’s open concept beach community stage now awaits delivery of its prefabricated roof, expected to be installed by the end of May. The stage is immediately north of the beach house and has an accessible ramp at back.


Cast and crew at South Huron District High School are busily preparing for the school’s upcoming production of “Little Shop of Horrors,” which will be presented at the school May 26-28. Above from left are crew members Carleen Hone, Dianne Heatherington, Esmeralda Lopez, Gina Harris, Emily Vincent and director/producer Beth Jantzi.


The first annual Bayfield Beer, Wine and Food festival was held May 14 at the Bayfield arena. Restaurants, craft breweries and wineries from Bayfield and surrounding communities provided samples and let everyone know what kind of great food and drink is nearby. Above, Becky Simpson of Exeter is poured a glass of cabernet Franc by Anthony Fazzalari at the table for Alton Farms Estate Winery, which is located in Plympton-Wyoming.


Taylor Montgomery, Sarah Martin, Sadie Scott, Robin Montgomery and Justin Wall offered some elbow grease to the car wash fundraiser at the Drive 4 UR Community event hosted by Leslie Motors on May 8. The national campaign lead by Ford of Canada raised $500,000 for relief in Fort McMurray.


The Rotary Club of Grand Bend celebrated its 25th anniversary May 3 at Hessenland Country Inn north of St. Joseph. Above, past-president Bruce Shaw, left, and current president Peter Phillips read certificates of congratulations sent by local MPs and MPPs. Popular public speaker and performer Neil Aitchison was the evening’s guest speaker.


A large group was in attendance for the sign unveiling for the 2017 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo on May 7, so much that Don Priest, president of the Ontario Plowing Association board of directors, made note of the turnout in his speech. See further coverage on page 2.

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