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Today's date: Monday May 21, 2018 Vol 51 Issue 20
   
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Too Many Cooks on stage at Century Church Theatre

HILLSBURGH - It’s 1932, in Niagara Falls, Ontario, and rum running is at its peak. Irving Bubbalowe has risked everything to open a restaurant, but when his singing chef fails to appear the grand opening is placed in jeopardy. The result is a hornet’s nest of fabricated identities and misunderstandings, as Bubbalowe tries to save the day.

Water bottle filling and drinking station to be installed in McMillan Park

ERIN - After a deferral from its April 13 meeting, Erin council went forward with a decision to install a water bottle filling and drinking station in McMillan Park.

Speeder of the Week

ERIN - On May 7 at about 2:30pm, a Wellington County OPP officer was monitoring traffic on Wellington Road 26 near Wellington Road 22 here.

Chase the Ace

Chase the Ace

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 442 in Erin hosted a Catch the Ace fundraiser lottery, which began in January, with the assistance of the Erin Optimist Club, Erin Lions Club and Royal Canadian Legion Branch 449 in Alton.

4-H club learns about computers

MIMOSA - The first meeting of the Mimosa 4-H Computer Programming Club was on April 11 at the Mimosa Church.

Erin to replace recycle bins to reduce waste contamination

ERIN - The Town of Erin is hoping to enhance recycling in public places by installing new recycling bins in the urban areas.

Town won’t say how much it is paying lawyer to fight newspaper’s FOI appeal

ERIN - It appears the Advertiser will have to file a freedom of information (FOI) request to uncover how much it is costing Erin taxpayers for the town to fight a previous FOI request from the newspaper.

OPP seeking witnesses to May 3 collision

ERIN - On May 3 at about 4:45pm, Wellington County OPP officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at Main Street and Shamrock Road in the village of Erin.
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Community Guide Spring 2018

BUZZ

Council approves site servicing plan for Harriston townhouse development
Council discusses use of corporate resources by candidates during an election
Rockwood mink farm charged with 14 counts of animal cruelty
Close to 600 weapons recovered during gun amnesty
Baron case put over until June 4 in Sarnia

COLUMNISTS

Olivia Rutt and Jaime Myslik
Stephen Thorning - 1949-2015
Kelly Waterhouse

EDITORIAL

Dave Adsett: Fair is fair

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