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Santa rolls into Elmira Saturday for parade in his honour

Jolly old Saint Nick will once again be visiting the streets of Elmira during the annual Santa Claus parade. This year marks the 19th year...

Wellesley Lions propose dog park for village

The Wellesley Lions Club is looking to build a leash-free dog park in the Village of Wellesley. A delegation headed by club member Richard Franzke...

Community groups pitch in for WCS

In the month of November the 1st Maryhill Beavers learned all about food with activities to introduce the young children to the four basic...

Kings take two out of three in busy weekend of hockey action

The Elmira Sugar Kings had a solid weekend, playing three games over three nights and defeating both Brampton and Caledonia but losing a hard-fought...

Jacks split a pair on the road

The Wellesley Applejacks split last weekend with a win over the Burford Bulldogs and a loss at the hands of the Hagersville Hawks. Coming off...

Second World War vet, Elmira Legion member a recipient of Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal

On November 11, fittingly, 91-year-old Don McAllister was awarded the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal at a ceremony held at the Elmira Legion. McAllister was presented...

Bring the noise

Elmira’s Michael Zenker, a hockey dad, didn’t care too much for the new Woolwich noise policy for recreation facilities across the township. “The bylaw’s intent...

Teddy gets a break as Kings to start collecting hats & mitts

For years, the Elmira Sugar Kings have held their annual teddy bear toss at a home game late in the month of November. The teddy...
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St. Boniface School Graduation

Graduation this year was very different for all schools, especially the graduates of Grade 8.   This was...

Despite cancellation of this year’s event, EMSF plans to distribute $35K to local charities

For 56 years the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival has supported dozens of local organizations in the region,...

Province to provide $780K in support of local tourism

The COVID-19 crisis ravaged large swathes of the economy, perhaps none more fully than the tourism industry....

Council approves zone change for township development in village

Slightly scaled back, a townhouse development in Wellesley village moved one step closer this week when township...

We’re letting our routine vaccinations slide, say experts

Even as the world is waiting for one specific vaccination to be created, many others are being...