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Today's date: Thursday October 27, 2016 Vol 49 Issue 44
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Monster March Parade

Monster March Parade 
ELORA - Zombies! - Nevaeh Desrochers, left, and her twin sister JJ took to the streets of Elora in the Monster March Parade on Oct. 22 as “zombie wonderland” characters. Nevaeh embodied a zombie Alice in Wonderland and JJ a zombie Madeline Hatter, daughter of the Mad Hatter. It was the first time the Guelph sisters, 6, participated in the parade. They were representing Bears Cheerleading.

Hillsburgh dam, bridge EA could cost $5.1 million

ERIN - A delay in a decision on the Station Street bridge and dam is sparking questions about the future of the Hillsburgh library.

‘Cyber attack’ derails literacy test trial

GUELPH - Local public and Catholic high schools were among many across the province who did not administer the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test as planned in an online trial on Oct. 20.

County museum pays tribute to fallen heroes on Nov. 5 and 10

ABOYNE - How do you remember? They are our grandfathers, brothers, sisters, neighbours and heroes: remembering the sacrifices of Canada’s veterans rests with us all.

Wilson quarry moving ahead after 25 years

MONCK - After 25 years, the Wilson quarry received interim approval for below-the-water-table extraction in Monck.

Old Post clock tower restoration a community-driven project

Old Post clock tower restoration a community-driven project

HARRISTON - The success of a fundraising effort was celebrated and a new endeavour was announced at The Old Post Centre for Business and Creativity here on Oct. 20.


County museum pays tribute to fallen heroes on Nov. 5 and 10
Fire destroys hay barn in Kenilworth. Four departments respond to blaze
OPP uses court-ordered data to contact cell phone users about murder


Bruce Whitestone
Michael Chong, Wellington-Halton Hills MP
Stephen Thorning
Kelly Waterhouse


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Past Poll Results »»


Dave Adsett: Evolving words and the end of sunny ways

Said Again:

“There’ll be a huge issue because the county bought a pond and if we take away the dam we don’t have a pond anymore.”

– Town of Erin Mayor Allan Alls

October 28, 2016

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Open for business

ELORA - Open for business - The Grand River Raceway was busy on Oct. 19 for the annual business showcase hosted by the Centre Wellington Chamber of Commerce.


Mount Forest Rams win gold in Mitchell

MITCHELL - The host Mitchell Meteors had no answer for the Mount Forest Rams in the gold-medal final at the Mitchell girls’ tournament on Oct. 23.

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