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OPP respond to barricaded man in Clifford home

CLIFFORD – On Aug. 26 at approximately 3:22 p.m., Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police...

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Mount Forest man sentenced to five years in prison after death of his grandmother

MOUNT FOREST – Ryan Ives of Mount Forest has been sentenced to five years in prison by a Guelph...

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Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece responds to Ombudsman’s developmental services investigation

QUEEN'S PARK – On Aug. 24 Perth-Wellington MPP Randy Pettapiece, who serves as opposition critic to...

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Deceased Driver Identified

(TOWNSHIP OF SOUTHGATE, ON) – The driver of the 1991 Suzuki 750 motorcycle involved in a fatal...

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Dinkelmann Grappling to open new location next month

PALMERSTON – Dinkelmann Grappling Arts is moving on up. Actually just a little bit east up the...

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Road safety concerns raised by Concession 4 residents

KENILWORTH - Wellington North council is being urged to establish a road safety bylaw to address...

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Wellington North approves three-year contract with unionized staff members

KENILWORTH - Wellington North council has approved a three-year contract with its 17 Canadian Union...

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Police and Fire

Wellington County OPP investigating a break and enter in Mount Forest

MOUNT FOREST – On Aug. 23 Wellington County Ontario Provincial Police received a report of a break...

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Making her move

Jamie Stortz (left), 10, of Mount Forest makes her move against opponent Piper Copland (right), 10, of Mount Forest during the Pokemon Tournament at the Mount Forest Library last Friday. The tournament was free for the 20 kids who participated, with prizes being awarded to the top players.

Just missed

Peter Douros (back) watches as Todd Tremblay’s putt on the sixth hole at Mount Forest Golf Club comes up just short during Saturday’s Golf For Kids Sake Golf Tournament in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Northern Wellington.

Dishin' the goods

Viking Cives Ltd. employees Ron Grant (left) and Angie Irvine (right) were busy dishing out ice cream to a steady line of people Saturday afternoon at their 30th anniversary open house at the Mount Forest location.

Discussion

Mount Forest Patriots GM Rob Nixon (left), head coach Trent McClement (center) and scout Rob Brown (right) discuss some of the players they saw during the first skate of last Saturday's rookie camp in Ayton.

ON THE GRID

ON THE GRID — Hydro One frontline managers Scott Eveland and Drew Labadie address members of the media and IPM committee on Wednesday, Aug. 10. Hydro One workers were busy installing the electrical grid for the 2016 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo set for Sept. 20 to 24 in the Town of Minto.

Makin' waves

An SUV makes some waves as it drove through “Lake No Frills” on Saturday afternoon around 2 p.m. According to Environment Canada, a total of 63.6 millimetres of rain fell on Saturday in Mount Forest, with 60.5 millimetres of that hitting the ground between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Open soon

Surface work is nearly completed on the Rick Hopkins Bridge on Highway 6 south of Mount Forest. It is expected the bridge will open to traffic on Aug. 26.

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Spring Cleaning Part III

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Spring Cleaning Part II

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