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Orangeville Outlaws start fall training

September 5, 2019   ·   0 Comments

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Outlaws football club is back on the gridiron for some fall ball training. The club meets on the field at ...

How about planting a billion trees?

THERE NOW SEEMS little doubt that one issue common to both our federal election next month and the U.S. presidential election next year will be ...

A timely reminder

WITH OUR SCHOOLS now back in operation, the Orangeville Police Service has reminded both drivers and pedestrians to pay extra attention in school zones as ...

Spinning round and round

By Constance Scrafield Protesters have just about ground Hong Kong to a halt. They have braved water, pepper spray, brutal police and jail (and they ...

Vegetable burgers

By Brian Lockhart People who are vegetarian have been around for years – a lot of years.  Vegetarianism is not something that started 20 years ...

People, the ultimate ‘medicine’

By Doug Skeates Society is fixated on finding cures, cures for diseases, answers for problems, solutions for whatever ills one encounters.  Each  concern predominates within ...

Italy: Salvini’s folly

By Gwynne Dyer There is something very gratifying about watching a political thug get hoisted by his own petard. Matteo Salvini, the hard-right populist who ...

Orangeville Jr. A Northmen capture Minto Cup, sweep Victoria in finals

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Northmen completed one of the most successful seasons in the club’s history last Friday with a final 7-5 ...

Dufferin’s Liam MacDonald walks the red carpet in big Hollywood premiere

By Constance Scrafield “It’s hard to get into the routine of hanging out with friends,” Liam MacDonald remarked after his year of acting on stage, ...

Temple, what temple? Amaranth man in dispute with Township

By Mike Baker An Amaranth-based businessman feels like he is being forced out of his dream home after the local township branded his property a ...

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