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    Bayham Mayor Paul Ens was the first brave soul to kiss a frozen pickerel to launch a new tradition at the Lighthouse Restaurant for the upcoming celebration of Port Burwell wooden lighthouse's 175th anniversary.

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    Hannah Bosma of EESS flew during Midget girls 80m hurdles at Tri-County track and field championships.

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    Almost 160 Grade 9 EESS geography students received a crash course in orienteering by Ed Pietrzak at Springwater.

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New women’s shelter receives $1.93-million
Ontario Minister of Community and Social Services Helena Jaczek received a round of applause from the over 100 attendees at a funding announcement for Violence Against Women Services Elgin County held at Princess Avenue Playhouse in St ... read more »

 

Sports and Recreation

Sports headline image First horse show of 2015 for Evergreen Meadows
Kelley McNiven on Tia made a tight turn in the Junior A barrel races at the first horse show of the season for Evergreen Meadows Saddle Club at Aylmer Fairgrounds, Sunday, May 24. She finished first with a time of 22.802 seconds. The s ... read more»

 

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Obituaries

Corrie Hulst of St. Thomas and formerly Aylmer died on Wednesday, May 27. A celebration of her life will take place on Tuesday, June 2 at 2 p.m. at Fellowship CRC, St. Thomas.

Ralph McQuiggan of Straffordville died on Sunday, May 24. He will be privately interred at a later date.

Ben Wiebe of Port Bruce died on Thursday, May 21 in his 64th year. The funeral service was held on Monday, May 25 at the H. A. Kebbel Funeral Home, Aylmer.

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