CUJO IN TOWN: Former NHL goalie Curtis Joseph was at the Alder Rec Centre on Tuesday, October 30, signing his newly published memoir, Cujo: The Untold Story of My Life On and Off the Ice, which details his rough upbringing and hockey career. Organized through BookLore, part of the proceeds from book sales will go to the Orangeville Wolves’ special needs hockey team. Cujo played 19 seasons in the NHL, most famously with the Toronto Maple Leafs, where he helped lead the team to two Conference Finals in 1999 and 2002. Regarded as one of the all-time best goalies, he is well known for his numerous charitable works. Photo by JASEN OBERMEYER

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Second annual HatsOnDufferin campaign an overwhelming success

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER HatsOnDufferin, the local non-profit’s second annual campaign is a huge success, with 2575 hats, 353 pairs of mittens, and 130 scarves ...

A NATURAL LEADER:  Orangeville’s newly elected deputy mayor Andy Macintosh is excited to start working on some of the municipality’s more pressing issues. Photo by Mike Baker

The Orangeville District Secondary School Bears cross country team took part in regional CWOSSA championships at Bechtel Park in Waterloo on Thursday, October 25. Both the grade nine girls team and grade nine boys team came out on top to win the championship. They will now go on to compete at the provincial level at OFSSA which will be held at Christie Lake Conservation Area in Dundas on November 3. Team members, in front, Javier Martinez, Gregor Lawson, Kristian Thompsett, middle,  Vivian DiBerardino, Fiona Johnson, Megan Mills, Alex Gittens,Keira Pherson, Chantal Channing, Andrew Burnside, Joanna DiBerardino., Behind,  coach Rob Berg,  Jack Gillies, and coach Derek Snider celebrate the CWOSSA championship. Submitted photo