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Memories from Wingham on Maitland
The original manuscript of Wingham on Maitland, written by Leon Cantelon as a Canadian Centennial project in 1967, is archived at the North Huron Museum. Cantelon dedicated his project “to our brave and hardy pioneer forefathers, our brave soldier boys who fought for us in two world wars and all our good citizens.”
Summery musings and things dreams are made of
As someone who enjoys winter, and watching snow fly — and please don’t send me hate mail for mentioning the ‘w’ and ‘s’ words, after the winter we had — I find myself quite enjoying this summer.
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Giving perspective to First World food concerns
Dishing It Out, by Andrea Macko
Old Argus and Journal clippings as cornerstone uncovered
Looking Back, by Muriel Sheldon
Courtesy St. Marys Museum
Where soldiers said their goodbyes
Historic St. Marys, by Mary Smith
Cargill Homecoming – in a word, WOW!
McThoughts; John McPhee
Is sharing the best thing to teach kids?
Here, There & Everywhere; Lindsey Kuglin
Cook books from yesteryear
Today’s cookbooks are more like coffee table books with staged photos of impossibly perfect cakes, pies, and roast turkey, much like the models in various modern magazines.
Fill your table with traditional Scottish fare this weekend
Full Scottish Breakfast consists of sausage, bacon, eggs, potato scones, fried mushrooms, grilled tomatoes, baked beans, buttered toast and black pudding.
We don't get along anymore
I feel like a terrible mother.
The time to plan is now
The future of Stratford’s beloved Market Square was on the minds of the nearly 200 citizens who packed a city-sponsored open house several weeks ago.
Shelf Life - July 31
The Book Shelf – July 31
Mr. Shatte’s Stradivarius
“G. (Gustav) A. Shatte, of Josephine Street, Wingham, who for many years has made hobby of repairing and rebuilding violins, is sure he has discovered the secret of the famous Stradivarius violin, a secret that has eluded violin makers ever since the celebrated craftsman, Antonio Stradivarius first made his violin in Cremona, Italy, over 250 years ago.
What really matters is our perception
They say bigger is better
Swinging through time and summer memories
Dishing It Out, by Andrea Macko
Canadian Pacific set to turn over spur line to its realtor
Looking Back, by Muriel Sheldon
Courtesy St. Marys Museum
Coming out of the south-side shadows
Historic St. Marys, by Mary Smith
 
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