October 2017 Archive

Hornets win back to back weekend games

It didn’t take the Alliston Junior C Hornets long to set the tone of their Friday (Oct. 6) night home game against the Orillia Terriers. At the end of the first period the Alliston team was leading 6-0.

Tottenham P.S. chosen for ‘Adopt a School’ program

  Tottenham Public School in Tottenham has been chosen as a recipient for the Indigo 2017 Adopt a School program! This means that the Chapters ...

Second annual Ladies’ Night

  Ladies’ Night participants gathered at Trillium Ford in Alliston last week. Pictured, from left: Andrea Roylance, Gifts and Gratitude, Matthews House Hospice; Kaylene Joseph, ...

Steam take win over North York

The Tottenham Steam won their fourth game of the season when they hosted the North York Renegades on Saturday (Sept. 30) night at the Tottenham Community Centre arena. North York came to Saturday’s game with a 4-3 record and both teams were trying to get the two points to move up in the standings.

Tree planting along Boyne honours National Tree Day

Alliston Home Hardware Building Centre and Tree Canada celebrated the seventh annual National Tree Day on Sept. 28 by planting non-invasive and indigenous tree species along the Boyne River, and throughout Riverdale Park.

Where is the best place for Banting?

The Simcoe Country District School Board held a public meeting at Alliston Union Public School to share information and gather community input regarding a potential replacement for Banting Memorial High School. The purpose of the meeting was to share information about how the Ministry of Education funds new and replacement schools; share information about options for a replacement school; and gather feedback from the local community.

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