August 2018 Archive

FRACTER a fan favourite at Game Development World Championship

By Jasen Obermeyer FRACTER, a mobile game recently released on iOS and Android, won the Fan Favourite award at the Game Development World Championship (GDWC). ...

Eight years later, identity of Sonia Varaschin’s killer still a mystery

By Mike Pickford Eight years on and Ontario Provincial Police investigators are still working on tracking down the individual responsible for Sonia Varaschin’s 2010 death. ...

THE 163RD ANNUAL ORANGEVILLE FAIR is all set to rip through town this Labour Day weekend. Organizers are promising there will be something for everyone at what is one of Ontario’s oldest running events.

164th Orangeville Fall Fair set to go down this Labour Day weekend

By Jasen Obermeyer The end of summer is a time most people don’t look forward to, as it signals the end of warm, sunny days, ...

Mono Council eyes budget process amid upcoming municipal election

By Jasen Obermeyer Mono Council has unanimously approved taking some steps leading to its final budget process, due to the upcoming October municipal election. At ...

Canadian broadcaster Terry O’Reilly speaks at Museum of Dufferin

By Jasen Obermeyer Canadian broadcast producer and personality, Terry O’Reilly, was at the Museum of Dufferin (MoD) this past Sunday, speaking to the audience on ...

Knights of Columbus celebrate 10 years of caring for Ashlyn

By Constance Scrafield “This is the tenth  anniversary,” said Tammy Coogan, pausing, “that the Knights have ridden for Ashlyn,” as though she was talking about ...

Tastes from mild to suicide at first KINadian Wing Fling

By Brian Lockhart It was a chicken wing lover’s dream during the Great KINadian Wing Fling held at Alexandria Park in Orangeville last Saturday, August ...

Temperance and Temptation Tours provide fun & facts

By Constance Scrafield For a trailer headline, Mag Ruffman delivered the best: “People basically started drinking at 9:30 in the morning – it was one ...

Rockcliffe Farm, where ‘everything has to be the best’

By Constance Scrafield Less is more when quality is the main objective, says Alix Bezak, co-owner of Mono’s Rockcliffe Farm. “This just our second year ...

Suicide prevention day Sept. 10

By Jasen Obermeyer The Suicide Awareness Council of Wellington-Dufferin (SAWCD) is asking everyone to light a candle on September 10, World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) ...

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