February 2017 Archive

Orangeville A’s take loss in overtime

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville A’s got off to a good start in their Saturday (Feb. 11) night game against the Windsor Express scoring 31 ...

Effort too late to save Flyers

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Flyers had a good effort late in Saturday’s game against the North York Rangers – the problem is ...

We need to stop polarizing

By Tabitha Wells Our perception of the world around us is, for the most part, incredibly limited. Although we can be aware of the fact ...

What else did they discuss?

By Tom Claridge IF WE ARE TO BELIEVE the news accounts following Monday’s meeting between Justin Trudeau and Donald Trump, it was all mainly a ...

How to lose an argument

By Brian Lockhart Every couple of years there are a few new phases or buzzwords that become so common place they eventually make a list ...

No basis for any hasty action

By Tom Claridge IN THE WAKE OF the report Orangeville Council now has on the possibility of having the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) police the ...

Caledon Concert Band steeped in town’s history

By Constance Scrafield Except for a number of years after the Second World War, there has been a community band in Caledon since the 1850’s ...

Graham Maycock: Flowering ambition with another concert

By Constance Scrafield Graham Maycock has given himself a time line to achieve enough success to know if music is to be his life. In ...

Town marks national flag day with brand new flag unveiling

By Jasen Obermeyer It’s back! The Canadian flag at Dragonfly Park, off Highway 10 and Broadway, was raised Wednesday on the new flagpole, triggering celebration ...

Monday night’s Town council session ends with heated exchange

By Mike Pickford Fireworks closed out Monday night’s eagerly anticipated Town Council meeting, with Mayor Jeremy Williams and councillors Scott Wilson and Don Kidd putting ...

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