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Today's date: Tuesday March 19, 2019 Vol 52 Issue 11
   
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Jazz quintet to play at Eden Mills hall

EDEN MILLS - The Tan Five Jazz Quintet is coming to the Eden Mills Community Hall on March 16 at 8pm as part of Eden Mills Music at the Hall, continuing a tradition of memorable jazz performances.

Teasha Hurdle to receive scholarship

ROCKWOOD - Teasha Hurdle of Rockwood will receive a $5,000 Horatio Alger Canadian Scholarship to support her university education.

No public questions on Guelph-Eramosa budget

BRUCEDALE - The weather was fine on Thursday evening last week when Guelph Eramosa Township held a special meeting to present the 2019 budget to the public.

Guelph-Eramosa council approves code of conduct

BRUCEDALE - Guelph-Eramosa has approved a code of conduct that allows complaints against council members to be investigated by an integrity commissioner.

Guelph-Eramosa to save $90,000 on bridge job

BRUCEDALE - Lower than expected tenders have provided a savings of $88,493 on the replacement of a bridge on Guelph-Eramosa Township Road 3.

Big pay increase for Guelph-Eramosa council

BRUCEDALE - Members of Guelph-Eramosa council have voted themselves a pay increase that will mean 7.3 per cent more for Mayor Chris White and 30.5 per cent more for councillors.

Donation brings cucumber trees to Guelph-Eramosa

Donation brings cucumber trees to Guelph-Eramosa

BRUCEDALE - A donation of $1,000 by Guelph-Eramosa councillor Corey Woods and his wife Kate will bring another batch of cucumber trees to the township this spring.

Seminars will raise awareness on rural mental health issues

SPEEDSIDE - A mental health awareness seminar with a focus on the farming community will be held at Speedside United Church on March 29.

Harris Street closed for reconstruction this summer

Harris Street closed for reconstruction this summer

ROCKWOOD - Harris Street (Wellington Road 50) will be closed to all but local traffic for much of the summer, as the county carries out a $1.8-million reconstruction project.
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Donation brings cucumber trees to Guelph-Eramosa
Wellington North council paid $113,000 in 2018
Former county warden Ken Fisk dies at 92
Past Minto deputy reeve Bert Ross died March 2
Driver of SUV involved in March 6 crash has died
Task force develops recommendations on homelessness, addiction, mental health
County council remuneration totals over $800,000 for 2018

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