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Today's date: Friday March 22, 2019 Vol 52 Issue 12
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Fred Eaglesmith heading to Eden Mills

Fred Eaglesmith heading to Eden Mills

EDEN MILLS - Fred Eaglesmith, a veteran Canadian alt-country artist and Juno Award winner, will play at the Eden Mills Community Club Hall on April 13. Eaglesmith travels the world with the multi-talented singer songwriter Tif Ginn Elgersma, who plays several string instruments, accordion and drums.

Council not impressed with subdivision plan

BRUCEDALE - Guelph-Eramosa councillors have received an application for a new 40-home condominium subdivision in Rockwood, and they are not impressed with the layout.

Quarry opponents proclaim ‘future  flyrock danger zone’ on Highway 7

Quarry opponents proclaim ‘future flyrock danger zone’ on Highway 7

ROCKWOOD - Drivers on Highway 7 east of Rockwood could be hit by flying boulders if the “hidden quarry” is allowed to proceed, according to the Concerned Residents Coalition (CRC).

Firefighters help after basements flooded near Eden Mills park

EDEN MILLS - Guelph-Eramosa firefighters were called out to assist with flooding that inundated Memorial Park and the basements of nearby homes on March 14.

High honour

High honour

Jim Estill, left, CEO of Danby Appliances in Guelph-Eramosa, was one of 40 individuals to receive the Order of Canada medal on March 14 from Governor General Julie Payette at a ceremony in Ottawa at Rideau Hall. Estill received the Order of Ontario medal in 2017 for his work in bringing hundreds of Syrian refugees to Guelph. Payette said Estill’s ongoing “contributions to the Guelph and Waterloo technology communities” and his “philanthropic efforts benefitting refugees” contributed to his induction to the Order of Canada. Photo by Sgt. Johanie Maheu, Rideau Hall

Health team to hold sessions on anxiety and depression

ROCKWOOD - A six-week series of group sessions using the concepts of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is designed to help people understand and manage the symptoms of anxiety and depression.
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