February 2015 Archive

Parenting just gets more complicated

Children. Seemed like such a good idea we had three of them. What were we thinking?

2014 takes the warmest year award

Well, there you have it. You might not believe that the planet is continuing to warm, especially if you are living along the northeast coast of North America right now, but 2014 is absolutely the warmest year on record! How do I know this to be a fact? NASA and their Goddard Institute for Space Studies said so.

Magna’s Walker looks to the future as Canada’s CEO of the Year

Nearly 30 years ago, Don Walker, an eight-year employee of General Motors, prepared to leave the company to strike out on his own.

Ground-breaking ESL textbooks recognized at New York gala

A King native has received a prestigious honour for contributing to modern learning techniques.

Students open their hearts during mission trip

The looks on their faces says it all. Residents of a remote area of the Dominican Republic, as well as migrant workers, praised God for the donations they received.

Cougars heading to GMOHL championship

The Junior C Schomberg Cougars are heading back to the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League championship for the first time in 12 years.

Special Olympians skate to the podium in North Bay

Chelsea Ricci-Martire and Connor Woolsey both returned to King with medals from the 2015 Special Olympics Ontario Winter Games in North Bay. By Jake Courtepatte ...

Pond hockey tourney in aid of classic fire trucks

The stage is set for the 2015 Restoration Classic Pond Hockey Tournament March 1. This tournament is being organized and hosted by the Schomberg Firemen’s ...

Bylaw enforcement report coming

Resident complaints have led one King councillor to ask staff for some ideas on tackling bylaw enforcement.

New subdivision slated for Northcott Way

A new subdivision on the south side of Northcott Way in Nobleton has some neighbouring homeowners concerned about the potential impact it will have on their on their property.

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