February 2018 Archive

Young ski team competes at Hockley event

By Brian Lockhart Six member of the U12 Hockley Racers competed against teams representing other Ontario ski centres during Southern Ontario Development Cup (SOD) racing ...

Outlaws start pre-season training

By Brian Lockhart It may be more than three months until the start of football season but the Orangeville Outlaws are already practicing the skills ...

Orangeville Otters achieve club records

The Orangeville Otters Swim Club broke more records at the Huronia Regional Short Course Championship hosted by the Trent Swim Club in Bracebridge. A record ...

Who might run for Mayor?

By Todd Taylor The municipal election for the Town of Orangeville is now fast approaching. The Labour Day weekend at the end of September will ...

One giant leap for peoplekind

By Brian Lockhart It has finally happened – political correctness has reached the tipping point with the public saying enough is enough of this ridiculous ...

Time is never on our side

By Jasen Obermeyer Time is never on our side. Ever heard that expression? It certainly resonates with just about everyone at some point in his ...

Ouagadougou

By Constance Scrafield You might be surprised at the similarities between real sand – desert sand – and snow. Their dissimilarities might come to you ...

Sadly, the jury’s verdict will stand

WAS THERE REALLY any difference between all-white juries in the southern U.S. acquitting white killers of black men and the all-white jury in Battleford, Saskatchewan ...

Wanted: some traffic counts

WE ALL KNOW that this area is always getting the short end of the stick when it comes to government aid. But thus far not ...

Another $30,000 needed for work to start on proposed Bravery Park

By Mike Pickford The push to give Orangeville Canada’s first Bravery Park needs one last helping hand from the community to get it over the ...

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