July 2015 Archive

Terry Sanderson wins induction into NLL Hall of Fame

The National Lacrosse League has announced Terry Sanderson has been voted into the NLL Hall of Fame as the lone inductee of the Class of ...

‘Amazed’ at report recommendations

As a very large tax payer in the Town of Orangeville, I find it amazing at the recommendation of Powell & Associates in conjunction with ...

Let’s have a permanent moratorium

HAVING APPOINTED NONE since the Senate spending scandal erupted, Prime Minister Stephen Harper now says he’ll appoint no more senators and is leaving it to ...

Jr B Northmen trailing 2-0

It’s crunch time for the Orangeville Junior B Northmen in their quest to win the West Division championship of the Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League ...

Outlaws JVs going to OMFL championship

The Orangeville Outlaws Junior Varsity team will be going to the Ontario Minor Football League championship after a stellar semi-final win over the TNT Express ...

Red Wings’ Zetterberg coming to town Tuesday

Local fans of the Detroit Red Wings are about to get the opportunity of a lifetime: the chance to meet and greet with Henrik Zetterberg, ...

Shelburne’s 65th national fiddle contest just days away

Finishing touches are in place for the 65th Canadian Open Old Time Fiddle Championship, which will take place in Shelburne starting next Wednesday, August 5. ...

Mayor’s Breakfast for the Arts will kick off Culture Days

The sixth annual Mayor’s Breakfast for the Arts will kick off Culture Days in the Town of Orangeville as Canada celebrates Culture Days from September ...

Golf tourney among Hogey’s Social Club fundraising events

With one year under its belt, Hogey’s Social Club has worked hard to help local organizations through a number of fundraisers within the community. From ...

Council, residents oppose huge solar farm

Canadian Solar Inc. and Suncor have expressed interest in converting 150 acres of farmland in Mono into a 24.5 megawatt solar farm, and local residents ...

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