July 2016 Archive

Neville-Lake Family memorial day planned

Hundreds of people are expected Sunday, Aug. 14 at Kettle Lake Park in King City, to commemorate the three Neville-Lake children and their grandfather, who ...

Express Bantams hammer Toronto in final regular season game

The TNT Express Bantam team ended the regular season with a third place finish after ending the regular season with a win over the visiting Toronto Jets at Mel Mitchell Field in Beeton on July 24.

Auxiliary presents cheque to Stevenson

The Stevenson Memorial Hospital Auxiliary held their AGM and presented the Stevenson Foundation with a cheque for $25,000 to benefit the Refurbish a Room Campaign. The ...

Great entertainment on tap in the park

Keswick performer Bernadette Connors wowed the crowd at Keogh Park in Tottenham this past Sunday for Music in the Park. George Scott and his band, ...

King wants to be kept informed about dangerous offenders

King Township wants to be notified about the placement of dangerous offenders, and it wants to keep the lines of communication open in regards to dangerous offenders living in the area.

Athletics play double header in Orangeville

The Orangeville Athletics Senior NDBL team travelled to Orangeville on the weekend to take on the Giants in a scheduled afternoon double header.

FAB slogan contest

FAB is a community group dedicated to raising $500,000 toward building a new multi-purpose Community Centre in the urban centre of Beeton. FAB wrapped up ...

Tottenham Car Show

Hundreds of vehicles were on display at the 23rd annual Tottenham Classic Car and Truck show on Sunday, July 17. Parked around the lake at ...

We Will Remember Them campaign

A local organization has been assembled to honour the fallen of The Great War from New Tecumseth. The group is launching a website and writing ...

New Tecumseth senior graduates from U of T with an Honours BA

Meet Clive Davies, a 79-year-old former police officer and New Tecumseth resident who graduated this past June 10 from The University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in History. The oldest graduate this year by far, he has 59 years at hand on the youngest and completes his journey after taking what he jokingly refers to as a “25-year sabbatical” (he first began his studies at U of T part-time in 1978).

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