October 2017 Archive

Tennis Club hosts year end tournament

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Tennis Club has enjoyed a good season this year on their courts at Rotary Park in Orangeville. The Club hosts ...

Jr. A Flyers pull off win in final weekend game

By Brian Lockhart In a weekend that saw three games in three days, the Orangeville Junior A Flyers capped off the week with a Sunday ...

We don’t need to know everything

By Todd Taylor In Orangeville it is just simply not possible for the public to know everything. Some events and situations unequivocally should be kept ...

Living for the moment

By Jasen Obermeyer Today’s technology is heavily ingrained in our society. Ever heard of the phrase “We’ve never been so connected but disconnected at the ...

Gun control, American-style

THE WORST MASSACRE in U.S. history since the destruction of the twin towers in New York City has led President Donald Trump to conclude, without ...

A 3rd eye on every corner . . .

By Brian Lockhart At last, pot enthusiasts around the country will be able to relax in their favourite La-Z-boy recliner, spark up a doobie and ...

Inquests would have helped

THERE’S NO DOUBT that both Orangeville Police and the police services board were bound under the terms of settlement not to discuss details of the ...

Fundraiser planned for baby Nixxon’s battle with Type 2 SMA

By Mike Pickford A young boy, just six months old, is  fighting for his life in Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children hospital after being diagnosed ...

Community police ‘should act as one’: Chief Kalinski

By Avery Park I had the opportunity to have a chat with Police Chief Wayne Kalinski, where I learned just how much he cares about ...

Sugar Road opens Theatre Orangeville’s 2018/19 season

By Constance Scrafield Playwright Kristen Da Silva’s leap of faith to give up a good job in the business world to follow her passion for ...

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