September 2013 Archive

Global honey bee crisis signals danger

By Dr. Hans Martin There is a constant stream of news articles concerning the widespread death of honey bees. Something has gone very wrong. This ...

Iconic CATS about music and movement

You have to admire felines. At least the human variety. A revival of the second-longest running Broadway musicals of all time – Cats – ends its Toronto run Sept. 22.

Pay attention to climate change

It was with considerable surprise and disappointment I read the results of the two polls the Weekly Sentinel conducted in late August. In summary, only ...

No rush for kids to become adults

“I think you should be a child for as long as you can. Don’t rush into adulthood, it isn’t all that much fun.” Bob Newhart

Sessions at Shoppers supports charity

Shoppers Drug Mart in King City was buzzing on Saturday, as customers signed up and booked appointments for 30-minute consultations and makeup sessions in support of a good cause.

King council allocates surplus funds

King Township was able to put money in reserves for future projects thanks to an operating surplus of $1.6 million.

Memorable Kettleby Fair

It rained on Kettleby Fair again this year. A legion of volunteers, some of the market place, some display booths, many of the entertainers, most ...

Campbells mark their 90th birthday

Wendy Allen, Alex and Hazel Campbell marked a milestone birthday recently. They are joined by Wendy Allen and grandson Wesley Allen.   The King City ...

Locals excel at Arabian championship

King Township was well represented at yet another horse show recently, this time at the Arabian and Half Arabian Canadian National Championship Horse Show in Brandon, Manitoba.

KTBA wraps up season

King Mayor Steve Pellegrini unveils the drawing of the new baseball facility that will soon be started in Nobleton.   The King Township Baseball Association ...

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