Weekly Feature



April 11, 2018 RSS feed / Editorials

Spring cleaning awaits in yards and communities

Every year in the spring, it is almost a certainty that there is yardwork and cleaning to accomplish before we can enjoy summer. More...

Tragedy in Saskatchewan stuns all hockey families

No race for the Hanbidge Cup or dreams of the Stanley Cup. For 15 players and coaches who represented the Humboldt Broncos, no more memories and dreams of their beloved sport: ice hockey. More...

April puts county’s support services in spotlight

April is National County Government Month, providing an opportunity to spotlight the many ways that county government supports residents and brings people together. More...

Spindle items

BARK IN THE PARK — The Clarence Lions Club recently announced that there is still time to become a vendor for Bark in the Park 2018, set from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 26, in the Clarence Town Park. More...

State budget process needs work, oversight

As spring arrives, we have finished the 2018-19 state budget, and though this year’s budget was only my second experience as your new assemblyman, I have already learned that every budget is a mixture of good, bad and ugly. More...


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