June 2014 Archive

Cornhuskers’ surge leaves them sitting pretty

Eric Mcloughin makes a nice defensive play at second and fires the ball to first for an out in a loss to the Ivy Leafs ...

Wyndsong Cobras keep winning streak alive

The Prism Painting Senior Rookie team suffered their first loss of the 2014 season on June 9 against Aurora Team 3. T

Wakeboard high-jump competition at King’s Ranch Wake Park

Wakeboarders will have the chance to see who can boost the highest during an all-air showdown at the Ranch Wake Park in King Township this Saturday, June 21.

Annual relay attracts hundreds

The Oak Ridges Trail Association had a fantastic showing for its eighth annual Moraine Adventure Relay Race, with 35 teams and hundreds of participants in this year’s competition last weekend.

Seeing really is believing

There’s truth to the phrase “seeing is believing.” Hopefully we make our life decisions based on such first-hand facts.

Parents should monitor their teens

While walking my dogs in Nobleton parks, I have been picking up many empty water bottles with holes burned in the side presumably for hashish ...

Incumbents returned to serve King residents

While the Kathleen Wynne Liberals swept to a majority government Thursday night, the incumbents serving King residents remained strong and held their seats.

Council eliminates cul-de-sac islands from Noble Ridge subdivision

Residents living on James Bowman Court in the new Noble Ridge subdivision in Nobleton don’t want an island in the middle of their cul-de-sac.

Murder suspect arrested

York Regional Police have made an arrest in the shooting death of a Nobleton man.

King City Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival arrives Saturday

This year’s King City Festival is taking on a new flavour. Organizers are excited about the King City Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival, slated for June 14 at Memorial Park in King City.

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