July 2017 Archive

Orangeville Outlaws Bantam tackle, Joey Santarossa, flattens a Guelph Gryphons player during the second half of Sunday’s (July 16) game at Westside Secondary School in Orangeville. The Outlaws stepped it up in the second half to close the score gap but had to settle for a 47-36 loss.

Outlaws’ Bantams get ready for playoffs

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Outlaws Bantam team put in a good effort during Sunday’s (July 16) game against the Guelph Gryphons but they couldn’t ...

Orangeville Giants catcher, Drew Huerter, looks for the throw as a New Lowell Knights player crosses the plate during the seventh inning of Sunday’s (July 16) NDBL game in Orangeville. It was a low scoring game with New Lowell getting the edge and taking a 3-1 win.

Giants hit but can’t score in weekend game

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Giants have dropped to fifth place in the North Dufferin Baseball League senior standings after going into a bit of ...

The Orangeville Junior B Northmen host the Windsor Clippers at the Alder Street arena in Orangeville on Thursday, July 13. The Northmen wrapped up the series and will now go on to face the Six Nations Rebels in the West division final.

Jr. B Northmen going to West Division final

By Brian Lockhart The Junior B Northman will advance to the Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League West Divison final after winning their best-of-five semi-final series ...

They’re making a lasting impact

By Todd Taylor Did you enjoy Ribfest this year? The event was successfully led by the Orangeville Rotary Club and approximately 200 volunteers. A large ...

Is it “fair trade” or ‘America First’?

IT WAS PROBABLY no coincidence that the Trump administration released an 18-page report outlining its goals for updating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ...

Interesting free agency, draft

By Jasen Obermeyer In my last column, I discussed the 2016-17 National Hockey League (NHL) season, how entertaining and memorable it was. This time I ...

A worthwhile process?

ORANGEVILLE COUNCIL likely should be applauded for doing something once thought of as happening only in Stalinist Russia. It was back in 1928 that Joseph ...

The 8th Annual Orangeville Rotary Ribfest took over Alder Street this past weekend. The event recorded mpre than 20,000 visitors over the course of the three days.

20,000 take in 8th Annual Orangeville Rotary Ribfest

By Mike Pickford You can put it in the books. Another Orangeville Rotary Ribfest has come and gone and organizers couldn’t be happier with how ...

ORANGEVILLE’S FAMILY TRANSITION PLACE will welcome Timea Nagy, a survivor of human trafficking, to speak at its flagship fundraiser, the 4th Annual The Hope Project, taking place at Hockley Valley Resort on September 29. Early bird tickets are on sale now.

Human trafficking survivor to speak at The Hope Project

By Mike Pickford A brave survivor of a Toronto human trafficking ring has been named as the headline speaker for The Hope Project, Family Transition ...

THEATRE ORANGEVILLE’S YOUNG COMPANY returns for another year this summer, This year the group will be challenged to appear in both a musical and a drama on stage, with performances of Les Miserables and Peter Pan penciled in over the coming weeks.

Theatre Orangeville’s Young Company back with Les Miserables, Peter Pan

By Constance Scrafield To every intent and purpose, Theatre Orangeville’s Young Company productions during the summer season are professionally produced. The difference is that the ...

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