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C.E. COUNCIL VOTES TO REOPEN PORT STANLEY ARENA CONCESSION STAND
9/27/2016 6:44:44 AM
Central Elgin Council has voted to reach out to a company that's interested in operating the Port Stanley Arena concession stand. However, it will not follow the standard RFP process, instead a fast-track approach will be taken so they can get the stand opened as soon as possible.

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HAMMERSLEY CELEBRATES 30 YEARS WITH LOCAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
9/27/2016 6:28:13 AM
President and CEO of the St. Thomas & District Chamber of Commerce Bob Hammersley was presented with a certificate for 30 years of service. Hammersley was presented with the certificate at the annual Canadian Chamber of Commerce Conference in Regina earlier this month.

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OFA HEARS FEEDBACK FROM FARMERS AT IPM
9/27/2016 6:24:00 AM
Farmers and rural residents from across the province gathered in the town of Minto last week for the 2016 International Plowing Match.

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TWO MEN FACE COMBINED 54 CHARGES FOLLOWING POLICE CHASE
9/26/2016 8:55:31 PM
Two men are facing a combined 54 charges following a wild police chase in the Shedden-area Friday night. The incident saw four police officers sent to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after their vehicles were struck.

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NEW CAMPAIGN AIMED AT GETTING KIDS EXCITED ABOUT DRINKING TAP WATER
9/26/2016 5:19:19 PM
Kettle Creek Conservation Authority and the St. Thomas Elgin Healthy Kids Community Challenge have partnered up for the "I Choose Tap Water Campaign." The campaign is an initiative to get kids excited about drinking water instead of sugary drinks.

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NEW FOOD COURT OPTION OPENING IN THE ELGIN MALL
9/26/2016 7:41:57 AM
A new Mediterranean restaurant will be opening in Elgin Mall on Saturday (October 1). The restaurant is called Recipes and will feature dishes from across the Mediterranean including France, Spain, Lebanon, Turkey and Egypt.

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POLICE REMINDING RESIDENTS OF 'OPERATION SERIAL'
9/26/2016 7:31:07 AM
St. Thomas police responded to reports of two separate break and enters of sheds last Wednesday night (September 21). One occurred at a church on the South side of town. A lock was cut on the shed and a gas powered hedge trimmer and limb cutters were stolen.

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ENVIRONMENT CANADA: NO SNOW IN THE NEAR FUTURE FOR SW ONTARIO
9/26/2016 7:27:51 AM
Snow. For most this word is not one that we look forward to hearing about. So, when the Farmer's Almanac predicted snow in October, we all hoped that was a lie.

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WEST LORNE WOMAN CROWNED 'QUEEN OF THE FURROW' AT IPM
9/26/2016 7:24:27 AM
Anita Rastapkevicius from West Lorne was crowned the Ontario Queen of the Furrow at a Banquet in Minto on Friday. This is the first time that someone from Elgin County has won the Furrow title since 1960. Rastapkevicius was the Elgin County Queen representative at the event.

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4 OFFICERS INJURED FOLLOWING POLICE CHASE IN SHEDDEN AREA
9/24/2016 11:39:41 AM
Two men have been arrested following a police chase that sent 4 OPP officers to the hospital. On Friday, around 6 p.m., police spotted a stolen white pickup truck on Southdel Bourne and attempted to pull the vehicle over.

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