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To dream big
You watch them totter into the auditorium in their new shoes and formal clothes, not a hair out of place and looking lovely enough to be on a Hollywood red carpet.
Garbage woes in Woolwich
This week's council chambers were filled with Woolwich Township residents, rightly upset at the reduction of services at Woolwich's transfer station here in Elmira.
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A tenuous mandate
What happened?
A tenuous mandate
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Baseball Hall of Fame: Now we're listening
Editorial, by Stew Slater
A tenuous mandate
A quick look at the provincial election results, as seen on a map of Ontario, leads to several conclusions.
A time to mourn
Last week Canadians paid their final respects to three fallen RCMP officers. Constables David Ross, Douglas James Larche and Fabrice Georges Gevaudan were killed in Moncton, New Brunswick, trying to protect a residential neighbourhood from an armed man.
Cooper site inactivity worrisome
Last week’s Stratford Heritage meeting proved what a colossal mess the Cooper site situation has become.
Two Ontarios
Election shows we live in two Ontarios
Exercising our rights
Breaking the cycle
The very week that Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged an additional $3.5 billion for improving the health of women and children around the world, a pregnant Pakistani woman was brutally murdered by her relatives for marrying a man not of their choosing.
Attack ads have gone too far
It is difficult to get through a political election without getting a bad taste in your mouth.
A complete downtown St. Marys overhaul is being discussed
Editorial, by Stew Slater
Breaking the cycle
The very week that Prime Minister Stephen Harper pledged an additional $3.5 billion for improving the health of women and children around the world, a pregnant Pakistani woman was brutally murdered by her relatives for marrying a man not of their choosing
Time to speak up
As June 12 – provincial election day – draws closer, the campaign is heating up.

A generous life
t would have been difficult to find someone more active than Larry Martin.
Time to speak up
 
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