May 2014 Archive

Town launches new website

By James Matthews – The Town of Orangeville has rolled out its new presence in cyberspace. The new website, launched last Thursday, May 1, follows ...

Ontario’s bloated bureaucracy

Except for a few ineffective comments about salary freezes, Kathleen Wynne hasn’t had a constructive thought about the elephant in the room – the Ontario ...

MS Walk drew 100, raised funds for research

By Tabitha Wells – Last Saturday, over 100 people gathered at Orangeville District Secondary School for the Mandarin MS Walk, a walk and charity event ...

Why such a long wait?

MUCH HAS BEEN WRITTEN concerning the strange exchange between Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin over the propriety of the two discussing ...

Sports Hall of Fame welcomes new inductees

Seven new members honoured The Rotary Club of Orangeville’s Sports Hall of Fame held it’s annual induction dinner on Thursday, May 22, to welcome new ...

Letters to Fabulous Moms

Dear Mom: You’re the best mom in the world. I wouldn’t want any other mom in the world ecsept for you. When I’m sad you ...

Outlaws take the steam out of Express

Double wins on the road in New Tecumseth   The Orangeville Outlaws posted double wins over the weekend when they travelled to Beeton to take ...

Candidates’ stands on having ‘rep by prop’

By Bill Rea – Dufferin-Caledon’s candidates in the June 12 provincial election were contacted during the last week for their spontaneous responses to some predetermined ...

New Habitat ReStore off to a great start

By Tabitha Wells – March, saw the return to Orangeville of a Habitat for Humanity ReStore that provides affordable products for home renovations and outfitting ...

Somalia kidnapping victim to speak at FTP fundraiser

By Tabitha Wells – Family Transition Place (FTP) has announced that the guest speaker for their fall fundraiser at Hockley Valley Resort will Amanda Lindhout, ...

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