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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Young EDSS skier’s extensive effort is paying off

She may have been among the youngest competitors there, but that didn’t stop EDSS student Abby Byers from earning herself a bronze medal in...

Call it a pie-in-the-eye goal

It’s not every day you get the chance to shove a pie in your teacher’s face, but students at St. Jacobs PS will get...

Local Vocals looking to the public to expand their ranks ahead...

Organizers of an upcoming concert in Elmira aren’t just looking for audience members, they’re asking community members to add their voices to the chorus. The...

Helping others to warm up on the Coldest Night

There are seldom clear and vivid examples of homelessness and hardship out in the country as there are in the cities, while in communities...

It may be February, but you can get a taste of...

It may be a cold, dreary and just plain miserable outside at this time of the year, but those hoping for a bit of...

New project lets gardeners pay it forward

We’ve all heard the arguments for local food before – it’s greener, cleaner and supports local farmers – but what about local seeds? It...

Lending a hand in feeding the chickadees

Next time you’re taking a stroll along the Kissing Bridge Trail, you can get the chance to feed a bird by hand. Riverside PS have...

The bird is the word, and the word is out

Weighing in at up to a kilogram, the barred owl is by no means the smallest bird on the bark. With its dark soulful...

Trip to Disney a dream come true for Elmira youth

A young boy with a critical illness now has the chance to live out his dream of travelling to Walt Disney World Resort on...

Literally on the trail of a life-changing experience

When John Mathers talks about the months spent hiking along the Appalachian Trail, he recalls the stunning beauty as well as the biting cold....