July 2013 Archive

Local ‘hero’ donates bone marrow

A hero can be the one who scores the game-winning goal, hits a walk off home run in the bottom of the ninth inning or maybe heroes are only meant to be found on the pages of comic books. In the case of 10-year-old Landon Henry from Regina, King resident Jason Watt is the image of a true hero.

King City Presbyterian Church comes to life

The historic Presbyterian church in the heart of King City will come to life once again.

Tuition Sealers boasts quality product, service

Being at the helm of his own business suits King’s Taylor Monti just fine.

Robert B. Somerville helps lay the groundwork for the future

From underground communications lines to massive oil pipelines, King’s Robert B. Somerville is improving Canada’s energy infrastructure, a few metres at a time.

King youngster is top fundraiser for Parkinson’s

At just nine years old, Nat Bannister has made it his mission to help find a cure for Parkinson’s.

Rep girls’ team finishes second at tourney

The King United 2002 girls’ rep team participated in the Oak Ridges “Kickin’ It on the Moraine” tournament this past weekend. There were two divisions, ...

Cornhuskers end inaugural ball season

It may not have been exactly the season they wanted, but the Nobleton Cornhuskers take solace in the fact that their inaugural season in the North Dufferin Baseball League was a stepping stone to greater things.

One example of green building design

Under the Environmental Pillar of King’s Sustainability Plan, the most pressing theme is that of land use planning. “Supporting and encouraging green building design, development and construction” and “educating the public about the benefits of green development” are both important actions of the Plan.

Access should be reviewed

A resident from the 8th Concession wrote that the 8th Concession is not suitable and should never be considered an access route for the Slokker/Metrus ...

Cruise for the Cure raises record amount for charity

Tim and Brenda Schmidt’s third annual Cruise for the Cure went to a whole other level this year, raising an incredible $95,000 for Prostate Cancer Canada and Shriners Children’s Hospital.

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