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Snowflakes from around the world form igloo

The Walkerton-based team behind The Crochet Crowd has gathered crocheted snowflakes from around the...



Friends and family set up memorial at site of fatal collision

Dozens of flowers and notes have been dropped off at the site of a fatal collision in Walkerton.

Walkerton Remembers

Hundreds gathered at the cenotaph in Walkerton for Remembrance Day.

Inside the 'Honour a Hero' display

From left: Clarence 'Butch' Kieffer of the Walkerton Legion, WWII Naval Veteran Stewart 'Duddy' Barr, and friend Arlene Reelis.

Jesse Cnockaert photo

Ben Lobb holds off national Liberal wave By Jonathan Zettel WHT Reporter Ben Lobb will be heading back to Ottawa for a third term as the Member of Parliament for Huron-Bruce. The Conservative beat out Liberal Allan Thompson in a close race winning by less than 3,000 votes. Lobb tallied 25,803 votes to Thompson’s 23,126. Gerard Creces of the NDP had 7,558 votes and Green Party candidate Jutta Splettstoesser saw 1,401 votes. It was the smallest margin of victory for Lobb since he first took of

Garage Tour

From left: Al Reich, Andy Schmidt, Don Leslie, Tony Lang and Randy Weber. Missing from the photo is Mike Dupuis.


Hawks forward Tyler Cunningham narrowly missing a goal against a sprawled out Bulldogs’ goalie Luke Aulthouse. Top right: Steve Coulter, governor of the Western Jr. C Hockey League presents the 2014-15 championship banner to Josh Deyell, Ryan Hamelin, Chris Gillman, Austin Russell and Jay Thompson.

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