It was an All-Star Classic in Orono last weekend. Top players from the Victoria – Durham U18 League played in an East vs West showcase at the Orono Arena on Saturday. Team East made a spirited at-tempt at a late game comeback but ultimately the West prevailed. Pictured is East forward Nicholas Dobbs (#5) from the Newcastle Stars bearing down on the West goalie. After a series of dekes and feints, Dobbs scored. A complete event recap is found inside in the newspaper on page 8.
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On January 1, 2023, pharmacists in Ontario were grant-ed the authority to assess, recommend and prescribe treatments for 13 common ailments for people possessing a valid health card.
On Monday the Ontario Government announced a three-step plan to reducing wait times for surgeries and procedures by leveraging community surgical and diagnostic centres.
Of all the creatures great and small that have travelled across our domain, of none do I have more abhorrent fear, than Jake the Snake.
Saturday afternoon at the Orono Arena and Community Centre was abuzz with a large congregation of hockey fans on hand to watch the Victoria-Durham Hockey League U18 All-Star game. The mid-season classic featured an East vs West clash of titians. Teams were made up of top players from the various clubs in the loop. The East drew players from the Orono Leafs, Newcastle Stars, Millbrook Stars, Ennismore Eagles and Oshawa B Generals. After all the festivities and game action, the West won a tight 6-5 game over the East.
Cynthia Banks, of Rising Spirit, offers Marlene Marco of The Heart of Networking a healthy homemade lunch. Rising Spirit hosted an all-day event for women entrepreneurs last Wednesday where everyone enjoyed yoga, and workshops on Food Energy: Stress, Sleep and Recovery, in a quiet restful environment.
The Honourable Rob Black, Senator for Ontario, spent the past year advocating for agricultural and rural communities inside and outside of the Red Chamber.
The nights have grown long, the temperatures bracing, and most of us are settling into our winter nesting patterns. It’s the perfect time to seek escape. And, there is no getaway quicker and simpler than the mere act of opening the cover of a good book. How lucky for us that there has been for many years a library at hand willing to cater to this very need.
It is assumed, when a person reaches a certain age, they forget a few things. Not so with Keith Wood. A recent chat with Keith reveals his memory is just fine, and he’d like to share a bit of it with us. “I go back a long way.” That will be 92 years this May.
As of May 1st, 2023, the GRCA anticipates the majority of Ganaraska Forest trails will be available for all recreational activities. Staff are also work-ing with municipalities to re-open and continue using many existing access points for the same time period.