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SWIFT receives $180 million in provincial and federal funding through Small Communities Fund

Ultra-high speed Internet connectivity is critical to rural economic development and Southwestern...

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Clifford man facing multiple charges after sexual assault investigation

Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police Crime Unit investigated an allegation of historical...

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Clifford Homecoming receives $24,100 in funds

HARRISTON – Perth-Wellington MP John Nater and the Town of Minto were pleased to announce July 12...

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Slow down in construction zones

Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) would like to remind motorists about the necessity...

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Youth play takes actors from summer school to Camelot

HARRISTON – The Grey Wellington Theatre Guild’s (GWTG) seventh annual summer youth production is an...

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Local playwright, director recognized by RIO

HARRISTON — A Harriston woman has gained provincial acknowledgement for her contribution to the...

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Teenie Tiny Tots wins Pitch It! Business Plan Competition

In 2012 the Town of Minto initiated the Pitch It! Business Plan Competition in an effort to grow...

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Clifford Homecoming receives $24,100 in funding

HARRISTON, ON—M.P. for Perth—Wellington, John Nater and the Town of Minto, were pleased to announce...

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Overwhelmed

Christa Cherrey (second from right) thanked the more than 160 people in attendance at the July 20 Mary Lynne Forrest Memorial Golf Tournament for their continued support at the event. Cherrey’s speech brought tears to the eyes of many, including, from left, father George Forrest, and sisters Sheree Bell and Brandy Miller.

SURE AND STEADY

Restoration efforts continue at The Old Post in downtown Harriston. Building owner Michael Hendrick says community support and engaged local tradespeople have graced the project throughout.

SUPPORT

On June 29 Dennis Black (second from left) of TD Smith in Mount Forest presented George Forrest (second from right) and his daughters Sheree Bell (left) and Brandy Miller (right) a cheque for $5,000 in support of this year’s Mary Lynne Forrest Memorial Golf Tournament, which will be held on July 20 at Pike Lake. This year’s event hopes to raise $50,000 for the Louise Marshall Hospital to assist with the purchase of a colonoscope for the operating room.

Michael Chong

Conservative MP Michael Chong, a political junkie since his teens, says gratitude for the opportunities Canada offered his immigrant parents drove his decision to get involved in public life.

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Building a Homemade Composter

Composting to get away from chemical fertilizers.

Spring Cleaning Part III

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Spring Cleaning Part II

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Heritage Chickens!

The love of Heritage Chickens.

Another post about coyotes.

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Let Me In!

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Spring Cleaning – Part 1

Well here we are in mid-February and I do believe we have had the odd glimpse of spring, so I guess...

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