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Wednesday, September, 24, 2014 - 4:04:05 PM
Heritage hold-up for Mill Race safety upgrades "I can't believe that in over 100 years it is still a problem, really we have more safety issues in Town - like slipping on the ice that accumulates in front of the empty stores downtown..."
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Wednesday, September, 10, 2014 - 5:05:56 PM
Another bucket dumped for ALS "Congratulations on accepting the challenge Ted!"
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Saturday, September, 06, 2014 - 5:05:44 PM
Bygone era of local school decisions "As a student I went from a four room community public school to a regional school with multiple rooms for each grade to a regional hight school with 14 grade 9's. at each step I felt more disconnected from the learning process. Indifferent teachers t"
Comment by CrustyMusty
Council approves salary increase
A business-first approach to local politics
Roger Black likens municipal council to a board of directors of a corporation, where each taxpayer is a shareholder who expects a certain return on their investment.
Beatty touts strength of city’s economic plans
Beatty says economic development is his number one priority, so it’s no surprise that he jumped at the chance to be a director on the new Stratford Economic Enterprise Development Corp. board.
Photo by Francis Baker
Celebrating a weekend full of culture
Centre Wellington celebrated culture this weekend, taking part in the Canada-wide Culture Days event.
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Groves timeline discussed
On Sept. 22, Wellington-Halton Hills MPP Ted Arnott, Centre Wellington Mayor Joanne Ross-Zuj, Centre Wellington CAO Andy Goldie, Groves Hospital Building Committee chair Gord Feniak, and Groves President and CEO Jerome Quenneville, met at Queen’s Park with senior Ministry of Health staff to receive a ‘status update briefing’ on the planning for the new Groves Memorial Community Hospital.
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Change is inevitable: Who will lead the way in Centre Wellington Council?
Change and communication were the main topics at the all -candidates meeting held in Elora at the Legion on Sept. 25.
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It was a Hearty Harvest Home Festival
Scattered in and around the Wellington County Museum and Archive’s beautiful lands were various agriculture demonstrations on Sept. 21 as part of the museums’ Harvest Home Festival
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South Huron triumphs at Communities in Bloom
South Huron is blooming once again
Lambton Shores candidates confronted with business viability concerns
There were occasional sharp barbs from some candidates
Grand Bend's redesigned Main Street creates legal puzzle
Council has agreed to pick up the tab
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Local farmers tour corn, soybean plots
Soybeans are on pace for an above-average yield
Photo by Karen Idzik
Successful Doors Open shows off culture throughout Wellington North
Residents from all over to Wellington North to check out the neat historical places in the area, from Arthur to Mount Forest, to Conn, and Damascus, and South Luther on Saturday, Sept. 27.
Photo by Karen Idzik
Arthur Public School celebrates Terry Fox
Students at Arthur Public School gathered in the gymnasium on Wednesday, Sept. 24, to honor Terry Fox through an assembly, followed by a short run, and then activities throughout the day.
Stoic incumbent says progress takes time
During a recent interview, Frank Mark, who has served seven consecutive terms on council, several spent as deputy mayor, reflected on his reasons for initially seeking a position on the municipal body.
Photo by Karen Idzik
Boggs Financial celebrates with hospital donations
Boggs Financial Inc., located in Arthur, is celebrating 40 years of business by giving money to local hospitals to thanks their clients for ongoing support.
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