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Today's date: Thursday August 17, 2017 Vol 50 Issue 32
   
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Co-op seeks to expand fertilizer operation

Co-op seeks to expand fertilizer operation 
HARRISTON - Minto council has given approval in principal to a site plan for a proposed new fertilizer storage and blending facility on the North Wellington Co-op property here.

Builders busy in Town of Minto

MINTO - The value of building construction in the municipality is up more than 100 per cent over last year at the half-way point of 2017.

Truth About Youth  initiative brings leaf raking effort  to Minto seniors

Truth About Youth initiative brings leaf raking effort to Minto seniors

MINTO - The local Seniors Centre for Excellence and area youth groups are expanding a popular leaf raking program to Minto.

Local resident closer to claiming lottery prize

CLIFFORD - Michael Broadfield of Clifford is one step closer to claiming his lottery win of $10,000 with Encore in the May 26 Lotto Max draw.

Minto approves purchasing bylaw

MINTO - Town council has approved a new purchasing bylaw that clarifies a number of procedures and responsibilities. The bylaw was passed following a report by CAO Bill White on Aug. 1.

<em>The Snowman War</em>

The Snowman War

Youth theatre - The Grey Wellington Theatre Guild staged The Snowman War, the guild’s eighth summer production featuring local youth actors, from July 21 to 23 at the Harriston Town Hall Theatre. Performing in a scene from the production are, from left: Kathleen Faris, Sadie-Lyn Bieman, Ryan Weale and Sierra Martin. Photo by Patrick Raftis

Off to nationals

Off to nationals

The Palmerston Marlins Novice 03 team brought home a bronze medal in the B Division from the July 28 to 30 Provincial Grand Championships. The team has qualified to compete in the U-14 Novice Girls’ Canadian Championships in Brampton Aug. 16 to 20.

Clifford Homecoming a hit

Clifford Homecoming a hit

The Clifford Homecoming ran from Aug. 4 to 7 with various activities taking place throughout the Civic Holiday weekend.
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