Last Saturday, the Walkerton Legion held its first Meat Draw in a long, long time.
Being at the beach for a few days last week, I had plenty of time to gaze out over the blue waters of Lake Huron and be thankful that I wasn’t way out there myself, out of visual range of the shore. The thought never fails to give me the willies.
As someone married to an “out-of-towner,” I quite often find myself playing six degrees of separation with my wife.
As the end of another long school year comes to an end and the temperature continues to rise, I know a lot of us have been catching ourselves daydreaming about our fun-filled summer plans.
In the previous column, I talked about a ‘new normal’ after the current pandemic ends. I had my second Pfizer shot last Saturday and, in two weeks, I should be fully vaccinated.
Melissa Bender seeing a Confederate flag flying in Poole and speaking her mind about it last summer spurred a much-needed conversation in Perth County.
For being considered a friendly and peaceful nation, Canada has given off the wrong impression as of late.
You could likely take my header a number of ways given the current state of affairs. But in this instance, I’m referring to the NHL post-season.