Normally, a business or organization wants to be busier, move more product through the doors. For food banks, the feelings are mixed.
With the Memorial Arena Park 59 (MAP59) committee continuing to build up donations towards its fundraising goal of $1.4 million, an upcoming event is expected to significantly help bolster its capital campaign through an evening of singing, dancing, community fellowship, and remembrance.
Two members of Perth County council – Dean Trentowsky and Todd Kasenberg – want to see some action from the province after receiving a report on Sept. 21 about last-minute court closures in Stratford.
Rain is not the only thing that makes for a bountiful harvest – sunshine is also necessary. And while this area has had more than enough of the former, that’s not the case for the latter.
North Huron council faced a lot of negativity head-on at the Sept. 25 public meeting hosted at the Belgrave Community Centre.
A cow’s daily diet, according to the Dairy Farmers of Ontario, consists of 29 kilograms of feed per day. For the average dairy farm in Canada consisting of 96 milking cows, the costs of feed add up over time. Any way a dairy farmer – or any farmer, for that matter – can improve quality and lower cos
Through the midway point of the 2023 varsity girls’ field hockey campaign, LDSS (4-2) finds itself sitting in third place in the Huron-Perth Athletics standings following a win and a loss in its only home games of the season on Sept. 20. The Lightning dropped a 4-2 decision to the first-place Goderi
The Listowel Minor Baseball Association handed out its annual team hardware on Sept. 22 at Parkview Gardens, honouring the organization’s top performers from the 2023 season. Teammates of the Year included: Hardball – Dylan Metzger (9U Black), Paxton Sholdice (9U Blue), Austin Fowler (9U Grey), Cash
It has been somewhat of a turbulent start to the 2023 varsity boys’ baseball season for the LDSS Lightning (1-2), who dropped their first two contests against Central Huron and St. Mike’s before righting the ship with a 12-4 victory in the second half of a Sept. 20 doubleheader versus St. Anne’s at
“We have never been busier. This is not good news."Marilyn King, North Huron Community Food Share
Letters to the Editor
- ‘No goal to consolidate public health units to a certain number’, Hannah Jensen
- A dizzying journey for a birthday card, Ian Kirk
- Questions about South Bruce survey results, S.A. McDonald