May 2018 Archive

Jr A Northmen win home opener 9-4 over Brampton Excelsiors

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Junior A Northmen are now 2-2 early in the season after a hometown win over the Brampton Excelsiors on Sunday ...

Northmen Field Lacrosse teams at Provincial championships

The Orangeville Sanderson Sports Northmen Field Lacrosse teams were in Brampton on May 19-20 for the Ontario Provincial Championships. The U11-1 Northmen took their regular ...

John Creelman JP, set to retire

By Todd Taylor Have you ever been to court to defend yourself against charges? If you have, odds are you have pleaded your case to ...

How they spend our money

By Brian Lockhart It was a simple yet sturdy staircase leading down a small hill to a community garden. Built by a retiree with some ...

Leave the past behind

By Jasen Obermeyer “Who controls the past, controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”  – George Orwell, 1984 The past is a ...

No straight lines

By Constance Scrafield Jane Ohland Cameron’s vision of time is that it is not linear. A complex thought; most cogitation about time is complex because ...

Politicians and the media

IN RECENT YEARS, the relationship between governing politicians and the media seems to have been changing. Gone are the days when presidents, prime ministers and ...

The next set of signals

IT WAS 10 YEARS AGO that Dufferin County’s Public Works department did something the ‘experts’ said wasn’t necessary. They installed traffic signals at two intersections ...

Bravery Park at Alder set to be a “living museum” says McGrady

By Constance Scrafield As with many other projects aimed to benefit the public but spearheaded by private individuals, the matter of raising money for Orangeville’s ...

Annual yard sale at Staples supports Special Olympics athletes in Dufferin

By Brian Lockhart There were a lot of treasures available last Saturday during the annual yard sale in support of the Dufferin Special Olympics. The ...

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