Hensall District Co-operative celebrated its Diamond Anniversary with a customer appreciation day filled with activities for the whole family. HDC CEO Earl Wagner who started in sales at the Co-op 48 years ago explains how all past directors gathered to reminisce and expects around 1500 customers with their families, politicians, co-op directors and staff to […]
Exeter OPP detachment held a community open house to show the new renovations and different units of the OPP were on display.
Huron Tractor held a grand opening of their new 67,000 square foot dealership and head office location in Exeter, Ontario with a large turnout from the community.
Mayor of Goderich Deb Shewfelt and Deputy Mayor and Master Plan Committee Chair John Grace discuss new Master Plan for courthouse square after the August 21 2011 tornado devastated the historic downtown and surrounding area.
Jim Finkbeiner of Exeter again walked from Exeter to Clinton for his third and last time to raise awareness and money for Alzheimer disease. About a dozen supports joined Jim to start off the walk that ended around 2 pm in Clinton.
Jon Dinney and RaeAnn Ladouceur, owners of the new Home Furniture store in Exeter held their grand opening today. After 124 years, Dinney’s furniture closed its doors in June 2011, now re-opening under the Home Furniture name. Ada Dinney mother of Jon Dinney operated Dinney’s furniture with her husband before Jon took over. South Huron […]
This year’s Family Day was celebrated in Exeter with the first ‘Winterfest South Huron’, featuring events all day long from a community breakfast to fireworks and a moonlit snowshoe walk in the evening. Organizer George Finch talks with the other organizers and family’s at the event.
Jim Finkbeiner of Exeter along with supporters walked from Exeter to Clinton to raise awareness and money for the Alzheimer Society.
The Elginfield Observatory owned and operated by the University of Western Ontario is located north of London Ontario and will be closing at the end of 2010 due to a loss in interest. With cost to maintain the facility rising and retirement of the observatory technician, Professor David Gray of the Physics & Astronomy Department […]
A new Water Tower was being erected in Huron Park that will hold 2.7 million liters, primarily to provide fire flow in case of an emergency to Huron Park, Centralia, Crediton, and area. Colin Wiebe of Gamsby and Mannerow, the company that engineered the project was on hand to explain. Don Giberson, Director of Infrastructure […]