DHTML Menu By Milonic JavaScript milonic menu
Today's date: Tuesday June 19, 2018 Vol 51 Issue 24
   
column width padding column width padding

The Wellington Advertiser Masthead Logo

We Cover The County...
40,251 Audited Circulation

WEEKLY POLL   |   Community News   |   EQUINE   |   Schools & Buses

WA 50TH
Enhanced_728x90
column width padding column width padding

Arthur Twisters atom girls softball have winning start

Arthur Twisters atom girls softball have winning start

ARTHUR - The Arthur Twisters atom girls softball team had a great start to its season June 2. The team played four games in eight hours to capture the title at Brampton’s Ontario Select Softball tournament.

Arthur Twisters eliminated by Australian Thunder at Jamie Boyd Memorial Tournament in Tavistock

Arthur Twisters eliminated by Australian Thunder at Jamie Boyd Memorial Tournament in Tavistock

ARTHUR - The Arthur Twisters competed in the first Jamie Boyd Memorial U19 Midget Fastball Tournament June 8 to 10 in Tavistock.

Garden beds

Garden beds

The Arthur and District Horticultural Society has finished planting the public flower beds at the Arthur Centotaph as of June 8.

Annual Garlic Field Day on June 16

MOUNT FOREST - The Garlic Growers Association of Ontario is hosting their annual Garlic Field Day on June 16. The garlic growers annually puts on a hands on learning experience at one of their members operations to see how garlic is grown, harvested cleaned and readied for market.

Four Corners Quilters’ Guild donates to Cancer Patient Services/Louise Marshall Hospital Foundation

MOUNT FOREST - Members of the Four Corners Quilters’ Guild celebrated its 20th anniversary with its fourth quilt show on May 11 and 12.

Tony Daciuk donates $50,000 to Louise Marshall Hospital Foundation

Tony Daciuk donates $50,000 to Louise Marshall Hospital Foundation

MOUNT FOREST - Tony Daciuk was recognized on May 30 by the Mount Forest Louise Marshall Hospital Foundation (LMHF) for his commitment of $50,000 to support several inpatient projects at the hospital.

Wellington North council increases pay

KENILWORTH - On June 4 Wellington North councillors decided to increase their remuneration based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to account for the end of the municipal one-third tax exemption.
column width padding column width padding

ReliableFord

Spacer

Wellington County

BUZZ

Clair-Maltby secondary plan draws concern
Guelph-Eramosa contemplates community improvement plan
Marjorie Clark named Puslinch Senior of the Year
Erin council looks at options for pumper replacement
Wellington North council increases pay

COLUMNISTS

Olivia Rutt and Jaime Myslik
Stephen Thorning - 1949-2015
Kelly Waterhouse

EDITORIAL

Dave Adsett: Time to move on

Digital Publications

 •  Browse Our Publications
 •  Highland Games 2015 Pictorial Book
    —  
 •  Acton Fall Fair
 •  Canada 150 Special Edition
 •  Community Guide
 •  Business Leader
 •  The Community News
 •  CWCC Awards of Excellence
 •  Drayton Fair Book
 •  Digital Flyers
 •  Erin Fall Fair
 •  Estate and Funeral Planning
 •  Fergus Fall Fair
 •  Groves Foundation
 •  Guelph Township Horticultural Society
 •  Fergus Scottish Festival
 •  Inside Wellington Archives
 •  Lions Club Home & Leisure Show
 •  Mapleton Community Guide
 •  Minding Our Business Archives
 •  NEXANS Celebrating 50 Years in Fergus
 •  Purebred Sheep Breeders of Ontario
 •  70th anniversary of D-Day Feature
 •  Equine
 •  Wellington County Plowing Match
 •  Wellington North Guide
 •  Wellington OPP Annual Reports
 •  Wellington Weddings
 •  Wellington Advertiser - Newspaper Week

column width padding column width padding column width padding

The Wellington Advertiser

News

Opinion

Community

Deaths

Digital Publications

Classifieds


Twitter Logo

Free Press News Network Logo