October 2016 Archive

Charges laid as horses euthanized

Police have laid charges after horses had to be euthanized. On Oct. members of the Nottawasaga OPP were called to attend a farm on the 5th ...

Steam recruitment fills bench

After struggling with a short bench for most of the early season, the Tottenham Steam are starting to fill their ranks after recruiting several new players over the past week.

Controversy continues over post-retirement benefits package continues

By Richard Blanchard It looks like the controversy over the post-retirement benefits package which was extended to retired employees of Adjala-Tosorontio and current council members ...

Calling all ghosts and goblins!

    Who doesn’t love to dress up? This Saturday, local children will have the opportunity to parade around town in their costumes and search ...

MP Kellie Leitch launches bid for leadership

The MP serving Simcoe-Grey officially launched her bid to become the next leader of the federal Conservative Party. She made the announcement in Collingwood over the weekend. She said she’s running to become the leader, and “the next prime minister of Canada” when they defeat the Trudeau Liberals in 2019.

Civics undefeated after overtime win

The New Tecumseth Civics held on to their undefeated record after winning Thursday (Oct. 13) night’s game against the Almaguin Spartans in overtime.

Mischievous activities in Alliston

During the evening hours of Wednesday, Oct. 12, members of the Nottawasaga OPP received complaints of three persons dressed as clowns, throwing eggs at passing cars ...

Ground breaking for joint fire training burn building

New Tecumseth Fire Rescue (NTFR) and Honda of Canada Manufacturing’s (HCM) Emergency Services broke ground Monday on the construction of a joint burn building that will allow firefighters to participate in live fire training.

STA Stingers take win over St. Peter’s

The St. Thomas Aquinas Stingers took an early lead in their Oct. 6 game against the St. Peter’s Panthers and managed to hold on for the full four quarters to win.

Beeton man charged after car fire in King Township

A Beeton man is facing charges following a car fire in King earlier this year. Investigators with the #1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau charged a ...

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