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Giants win season opener

May 12, 2017   ·   0 Comments

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Giants played their home opener on the road in Mansfield in a scheduled double header against the Cubs on Saturday, ...

Former Northmen inducted to College Hall of Fame

By Brian Lockhart Former Orangeville resident and Junior A Northmen, Jon Mason, has been inducted to the Roanoke College Sports Hall of Fame in Salem, ...

Jr. B Northmen win over Six Nations

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior B Northmen handed the Six Nations Rebels their first loss of the season Monday (May 8) night at the ...

Ayr Centennials claim Provincial Junior C Championship

By Brian Lockhart It was a long season, and after 62 games – 40 regular season and 22 playoff games – the Ayr Centennials have ...

A crying need for resources

By Tabitha Wells One of the biggest battles in the mental health community supersedes the need to end stigma, settling on the area of recovery. ...

Mentally Ill’s needs not met

The article on mental health awareness “The Stigma Remains” by Tabitha Wells was so insightfully written that I would like to commend for having the ...

Trumpcare? It’s not medicare

WE SUSPECT THAT A LOT of Canadians are perplexed over the controversy south of the border on the subject of health care, and why it ...

Caring for our blue dot

By Constance Scrafield When does a government take on a serious, extensive, meaningful  initiative to protect the environment and to agree that it is the ...

We’re of sight, out of mind

WHAT A CONTRAST there is between the two sections of Highway 10 these days. South of Orangeville, the busy five-lane section of roadway is being ...

Orangeville & District festival demonstrates the power of music

By Constance Scrafield Now in its 20th year, the Orangeville & District Music Festival is well known for the excellence of its teaching, workshops and ...

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