December 2014 Archive

Gage lifts Cougars past Devils to halt winless streak

After a slow start to the season resulted in only four points through the first 16 games, Schomberg Cougar John Gage has become one of the Junior C squad’s most lethal producers on the scoresheet.

Local tennis player makes his mark on historic tournament

King City’s Christian Lakoseljac took the doubles title at the recent Orange Bowl International Tennis Championships.   It was just the right mixture of athleticism and ...

Lions spread the cheer with drive donation

Families will feel the warmth this Christmas, thanks to the Nobleton Christmas Drive.

Mayor outlines long list of accomplishments in 2014

There’s no question the last term of King council has been one of innovative accomplishments, laying the groundwork for all of the good things that have happened, and some exciting ones yet to come.

Curling Club asks Township to reconsider fee hike for 2015

Fees and charges are going up in the Township and the King Curling Club is concerned about how the increase will affect their membership.

King Museum and property poised to be a cultural hub

The King Township Museum and property just west of King City could become the municipality’s hub of cultural activity. King hopes to reposition the site into a cultural and heritage focal point, a community centrepiece if you will.

Cougars wrestle with Otters in GMOHL rubber match

Last Thursday’s snowstorm wreaked havoc on the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League schedule, including the cancellation of the Schomberg Cougars’ weekly home matchup.

Senior Knights hoops stay perfect on the season

It’s a different look for this year’s incarnation of the Villanova Knights senior boys’ basketball team, with the remnants of last season long in the past.

Power outage didn’t spoil school fundraiser

Nobleton Public School served a pasta lunch Dec. 12, and volunteers didn’t let anything slow them down.

Good Samaritans help clear snow at residence

I am writing to thank the men and women who so kindly gave up their free time on Saturday, Dec. 13 to clean up the ...

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