September 2019 Archive

Tennis Club hosts annual tournament

By Brian Lockhart The Orangeville Tennis Club hosted its annual Singles Championship Tournament on Saturday, September 14, at it’s Rotary Club courts. The competition was ...

Will Swim for Food campaign raises funds for food bank

By Brian Lockhart The  2019 ‘Will Swim for Food’ team made a  presentation  to the Orangeville Food Bank with a cheque for $11,310 and 1456 ...

Endorsements: Do they work?

UNLIKE THE TORONTO DAILIES, this community newspaper has never endorsed a political party or candidate, feeling it’s our job to inform the electorate and leave ...

Scrambled eggs and toast

By Constance Scrafield Wow, fun, isn’t it? These people are scrambling, nails scraping on the walls of terror – will they vote for me if ...

Safety on the streets

By Brian Lockhart A wise person once said, ‘look both ways before you cross the street.’  I’m not sure those were the words of a ...

Germany, the eco hero?

By Martina Rowley Barely recovered from jetlag and the strains of cross-Atlantic travel, I am collecting my thoughts on my observations during my recent holiday ...

Whodunnit?

By Gwynne Dyer U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dismissed the Houthi claim that the Yemeni rebel group had carried out last Saturday’s strike on ...

Tour de Headwaters brings 350 cyclists out in support of hospital

By Brian Lockhart About 350 cyclists turned out for the fifth annual Tour de Headwaters ride in support of the Headwaters Health Care Foundation last ...

Town parts ways with policing consultant, new firm brought in

By Mike Baker While the Town of Orangeville this week parted ways with a consultant hired to complete a thorough study and analysis of policing ...

John Creelman calls on County to lobby against vaping products

By James Matthews Vaping’s negative health effects are real, and it’s time Dufferin County considers its position regarding the habit County Council was told last ...

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