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Fostering fulfils a lifelong dream for Glen Allan woman
Marlene Bowman has always wanted to be a foster parent, ever since she was a young girl.
Wellesley Township picks Nowak as new mayor
Wellesley voters made Joe Nowak their clear pick out of three candidates to be the township's next mayor.

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Thursday, October, 23, 2014 - 5:05:46 AM
New OPP billing model brings savings to county "Wait until you start receiving overtime bills from the OPP. Wait until there is yet another force-wide hike in their salaries and benefits. Then you will see how much Wellington County will actually save with the OPP's new billing model. Moreover, th"
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Making sure the weather doesn't walk all over you "I wear woman's clothes, so this article is very helpful to me"
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Report's author encourages public to keep up fight on VIA "Many thanks to reporter Stew Slater and the Journal Argus for the in-depth coverage of the Transport Action Ontario/Save VIA Committee event at the beautiful St. Marys station on October 9. I would, however, like to correct one small misunderstandin"
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Federal government announces support for genome projects
Wallenstein Feed & Supply played host to a number of dignitaries on Oct. 15, as part of a federal government announcement on funding for research-focused genomics projects.
Incumbent and newcomer to serve on Catholic board
After a nail-biting night for the Waterloo Catholic District School Board candidates of Waterloo-Woolwich-Wellesley, two clear winners emerged with a newcomer securing the most votes.
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McMillan earns victory in Woolwich-Wellesley school board race
The Paisley name will not continue to be a part of the Waterloo Regional District School Board, after Woolwich-Wellesley candidate Scott McMillan pulled out a decisive win over David Paisley, son of incumbent Harold Paisley, with 4134 votes for McMillan and 2623 for Paisley.
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Seiling re-elected as regional chair
After a campaign filled with robocalls and attack ads, Ken Seiling has been re-elected as Chair of the Region of Waterloo, to be inaugurated on Dec. 10.
Inglis wins second term
Deputy Mayor Anstett defeated
Peabody questions if Brockton needs a recreation director
One Brockton councillor is questioning the need for a director of recreation in Brockton.
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Heritage groups stunned to find tracks being removed
The section of unused track was located on the grassed area immediately next to Downie Street and north of the existing CN rail line, and was removed to accommodate construction of an additional laneway into the newly expanded Downie Street parking area.
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St. Marys e-waste collection day a big success
Habitat for Humanity uses grant funds to help boost existing Youth Centre program
St. Marys savings likely from new policing contract model
Estimate handed to PSB is $100,000 less than the 2015 budgeted amount
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Ryan says millions at stake for city
Lawrence Ryan stresses that he is not, in fact, the one holding up the issue in court, and that Stratford taxpayers are “only being hurt by time.”
Photo by Kris Svela
Lennox defeats Tout in landslide mayor’s race
Wellington North has a new mayor, after former councillor Andy Lennox handily defeated incumbent mayor Ray Tout with a 2,199 to 1,161 vote in Monday’s municipal election.
Photo by Chris Clark
Patriots put 5-3 bite on Bulldogs
Rallying from a tough run of recent losses, the Jr. C Patriots returned to top form on Saturday night in Mount Forest, as they humbled the Kincardine Bulldogs 5-3.
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Voyageur brings history to life at St. Mary
A special guest joined the students of St. Mary Catholic School in Mount Forest on Oct. 21, to help them understand the history of our great nation.
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Mixing, mingling with the Murdoch Mysteries cast and crew
St. Marys and area residents respond to call for extras, flock downtown to experience filming
Photo by Kris Svela
Testament to patriotism unveiled in new mural
The Arthur cenotaph drew a full crowd Saturday morning at the unveiling of the village’s latest tribute to Canadian soldiers past and present - a mural to remember them by and keep them close to the heart.
Huron-Bruce MP Lobb recalls Ottawa tragedy
OTTAWA — Huron-Bruce MP Ben Lobb was in the middle of a national caucus meeting in the Centre Block on Parliament Hill on the morning of Wed., Oct. 22, when he heard a loud boom.
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