December 2015 Archive

Season’s greetings from the Mayor and Warden

By Marni Walsh Despite the hustle and bustle of the holidays, Orangeville’s Mayor Jeremy Williams and the new County Warden Laura Ryan, who only recently ...

Bears win 4-3 in overtime penalty shot

By Brian Lockhart ODSS in first place in D 4/10 standings It took an overtime period but the Orangeville District Secondary School Bears boys’ hockey ...

High school girls All-Star game

ODSS student named MVP in All-Star game District 10 high schools held their girls All-Star basketball game at St. James High School in Guelph on ...

Brown selected QB for Team Ontario

Local football player Fisher Brown has been selected for the 2016 U17 Team Ontario as a quarterback on the squad. Brown tried out for the ...

Tilson’s petition political fodder

I was surprised to read in your most recent publication that our Member of Parliament David Tilson is tabling a petition in the House of ...

911 costing and conflicts of interest

All do respect to our great chief and I do sincerely believe he is doing a great job but the town owes it to the ...

A year full of ups and downs

SINCE THIS IS OUR LAST issue of the year, wishing our readers a Merry Christmas isn’t really sufficient, so we’ll make it both a Merry ...

In the end, love will win

The first time I experienced negative behaviour toward me because of my heritage, I was 13 years old, and a bully in my class had ...

Why not Second Avenue?

THE DEBATE AT ORANGEVILLE Council was over whether to pick the lowest bidder or the one more familiar, Triton Engineering having been around town since ...

Lions Sports Pad lights to be on during holidays trial

By Tabitha Wells Although the lights at the Lions Sports Pad haven’t officially been turned on yet, they are already causing problems for some residents. ...

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