July 2014 Archive

Local eatery to be featured on Food Network

By Tabitha Wells – Food Network film crews took over the Barley Vine Rail Co. (BVR) for two days this week to film one of ...

5th Annual Rotary Ribfest likely to be best ever

With only one week left to go before Ribfest, it’s hard to miss the excitement being generated throughout the Rotary Club of Orangeville (RCO) and ...

Concerns said not being addressed

Re: Preferential treatment of Aggregate Industry. Residents of Ontario continue to raise concerns about the special treatment given to the aggregate industry, yet these concerns ...

Jr A Northmen in the middle of the standings

Loss to Peterborough on Sunday After 15 games, the Orangeville Junior A Northmen are right in the middle of the pack in the OJALL standings ...

Probus: ‘Just because we’re retired doesn’t mean our minds are asleep’

By Constance Scrafield – “It was the best thing I ever did,” Barb Snowden assured us. When Mrs. Snowden’s husband died, they had not long ...

Will we ever know what happened?

THE INCIDENT in far-off Afghanistan took place exactly 12 years ago this week, on July 27, 2002. It was on a battlefield during an undeclared ...

Prom Dream Team makes local proms affordable

The Prom has been an important part of a student’s high school career for a long time, some say in the United States dating back ...

The County Plan

The GTA West Corridor plan advances and is now in Stage 2, which means that the general areas for a pair of new divided highways ...

Mono committee postpones action on bid to expand pit

By Tabitha Wells – Mono residents living near the large St. Marys gravel pit south of 5 Sideroad, near the Orangeville Fairgrounds, can breathe a ...

Jr B Northmen trailing by one game

Semi-final playoff series underway   They are down one game, but in Jr. B Lacrosse that means they just have fight back and win the ...

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