May 2017 Archive

Giants move to early lead in NDBL standings

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Giants moved into an early lead in the North Dufferin Baseball League standings with a 6-3 win over the Midland ...

First period gives Jr. A Northmen the edge over Athletics

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Northmen won their second game of the season on Friday (May 19) night when they hosted the St. ...

Jr. B Northmen lead Mid West division

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior B Northmen are leading the West Division of the OJBLL with a 10-2 record and 20 points. Over all ...

Don’t fear the mess

By Tabitha Wells We live in a world obsessed with perfection. With the rise of social media programs designed to showcase our lives to the ...

How far should GO go?

ON THE HEELS of the Ontario Government announcing long-range plans for a high-speed rail service between Toronto and Windsor, GO Transit published a six-page newspaper ...

No more landlines?

By Jasen Obermeyer It’s no secret the major innovations that cell phones have on society. They help connect us faster, can text instead of call, ...

A timely trek for a good cause

AS YOU’VE LIKELY READ elsewhere in this week’s Citizen, the Island Lake Conservation Area will be the scene this Sunday of Dufferin’s  17th annual Walk ...

Nicola Ross – stretch your legs on the local writer’s Loops & Lattes

By Constance Scrafield Nicola Ross is a well-known writer and hiking adventurer who shares the road in her books, Caledon Hikes and Halton Hikes Loops ...

Century Church Theatre has mysteries, surprises and laughs

By Constance Scrafield The Game’s Afoot or Holmes for the Holidays is a murder mystery that has presented a wondrous challenge to the community theatre ...

Author’s latest book a journal on husband’s last months

By Constance Scrafield Barbara Heagy used to be known as Barbara McQuarry to a wide swath of people in the communities of Hockley and Orangeville. ...

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