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No holding back the toddler on two wheels
Dishing It Out, by Andrea Macko
'Rocky Road to Dublin' had nothing on Water Street South
Looking Back, by Muriel Sheldon

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Thursday, April, 17, 2014 - 12:12:55 AM
College of Trades 'a giant tax grab' "I am a certified hairstylist I work at Firstchoice and I am very happy there and I love my job I have been doing it for 23 years , I only work 12 hours /week because of a car accident I can't work the long hours or too many days . I make a little ove"
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Thursday, April, 03, 2014 - 4:04:20 PM
Legal claim drafted against wind company "So with 9 studies on wind turbines and property values saying (No value drop because of turbines) lawyer Eric Gillespie does not have a case. Making this is just another costly nuisance case!! PTL for NIMBYs is Pay The Lawyer"
Comment by Spencerforhire
Friday, March, 28, 2014 - 3:03:33 PM
Marathon meeting finally ends with 2.67 per cent budget increase "The final compromise of $100,000 of surplus funds to be used, one of about half a dozen debated, was actually proposed by councillor Pope. The towns reserves, remain almost exactly the same as 2013, and will be boosted substantially by the sale of th"
Comment by Don Van Galen
Courtesy St. Marys Museum
1937 flood was impetus for UTRCA protection
Historic St. Marys, by Mary Smith
Shelf Life - April 17
The Book Shelf - April 17
Murder in Culross
All Our Yesterdays, A History of Culross Township 1854 - 1984, gives the following account of the murder of Stephen Neubecker by Jack Haag in February of 1868 and hints at the possibility that Haag somehow survived hanging for the crime.
Reality check for health care
Some things look good on paper.
Some advice for travelers
Column: I recently came back from a vacation down south.
Underwhelmed by our insistence on being busy
Dishing It Out, by Andrea Macko
Courtesy St. Marys Museum
'Best-known man' was certainly unique
Historic St. Marys, by Mary Smith
Noah: Fun flick or dense dogma?
On its own, Noah makes for an enjoyable and trippy fantasy, but the religious connotations are hard to ignore.
Grow your fingernails if you get a cold
McThoughts: John McPhee
Spring is here, better watch where you step
Here, There & Everywhere: Lindsey Kuglin
The Book Shelf – April 10
Shelf Life - April 10
An important meal
On behalf of the board of directors, staff and residents of Stratford/Perth Shelterlink, I wish to extend our sincere thanks to all who participated in making the recent fundraising event at Downie Street Burger such a success.
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