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EXETER — Fire may have destroyed their retail location on Exeter’s Main Street, but that hasn’t stopped Best Computers from continuing its work.

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Thursday, November, 06, 2014 - 7:07:52 AM
Understanding of OPP's new 'transparent' billing is still pending "To add insult to injury wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. I encourage you to Google the 'Ontario Provincial Police Block' and examine the conten"
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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 5:05:46 AM
New OPP billing model brings savings to county "Wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. Then you will see how much Wellington County will actually save with the OPP's new billing model. Moreover, th"
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Wednesday, October, 15, 2014 - 2:02:27 AM
Making sure the weather doesn't walk all over you "I wear woman's clothes, so this article is very helpful to me"
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Goshen Wind Energy Centre starts commercial operation
SOUTH HURON — The 63-wind turbine Goshen Wind Energy Centre is now online and in commercial operation.
Bluewater staff talks about municipal reboot
BLUEWATER — Bluewater municipal staff are wrapping things up today during the final day of a municipal conference in Toronto, where municipal leaders from across the province have gathered to address the challenges they face and to discuss both partnerships and possible funding sources from other levels of government.
Council making cross-town bounce back to Legacy Centre
LAMBTON SHORES — Accessibility and capacity for public accommodation concerns in Thedford Village Complex have prompted council to move its sessions and meetings of its committees back to the Legacy Centre’s Thomas Hall.
To vaccinate or not
To vaccinate or not
A good many questions are being asked about measles. We hear about an “outbreak” affecting five people; a toddler coming down with measles in another city makes front page news
Pedestrians matter
If there is one thing that we can conclude from the ongoing discussion regarding the need for a walkway on Barnswallow Drive in Elmira, it is this — pedestrians matter.
Lead by example
Toboggan while you can
"Tough enough"
During the fall municipal election campaign, now-mayor Sandy Shantz noted that some residents had questioned whether she was "tough enough" for the job.
Long-term pain
This week, Woolwich councillors traded short-term gain for long-term pain.
Growing snow fences
The sky, ground, road and air are all the same swirling, scary white. The latest installment of the polar vortex has devoured the world, by the look of things. All of a sudden, terrified motorists see bare road, oncoming traffic and hydro poles, thanks to a patch of trees.
No respect for the law
An RCMP officer is dead, a tragic loss to his family, colleagues and the entire country. And people are asking why the person who shot him was not behind bars.
Off to a good start
If the last few weeks are anything to go by, Woolwich Township looks like it may be well served during this term of council.
Ban lawyers, not tobogganing
Municipalities are under siege by litigation. They’re often named in lawsuits simply because they have deep enough pockets to pay.
Nanny state run amok
One would think Hamilton, Ontario, with a huge hill (the Niagara Escarpment) going right through the middle of the city, would be a great place to toboggan.
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