January 2016 Archive

Are we doomed by our own creations?

World renowned physicist Professor Stephen Hawking says our species could be wiped out by our own creations within the next century.

Summerhill’s menu boasts sustainable food products

The creative culinary team at The Summerhill likes to play with your food. And that’s a good thing, too. The result is an unbelievable variety of unique signature dishes, unlike anything you’ll find in the area.

Arts Society King to select winners of the ‘Golden Brush Award’

For the past decade, Arts Society King (ASK) has brought art and culture to our community. To my heart’s content, this coming Thursday, Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Heritage and Cultural Centre (Museum), the three finest young visual artists and high school students from Villanova College, will be recognized for their artistic achievements as winners of the inaugural Arts Society King Young Artists Juried Exhibition. The exhibition will run for the entire month until Feb. 29.

Schomberg Cougars’ losing streak hits six games with shutout loss

Every point matters with the end of the GMOHL season looming, but somebody forgot to tell the Schomberg Cougars.

Juvy Red Wings looking to repeat as OMHA champs

It’s a lofty goal, but the Juvenile Schomberg Red Wings look primed to retain their belt as Ontario champions.

King budget passes with 2.95% increase

King Township’s 2016 “invests in the capital of this municipality.” Township council approved the 2016 budgets and business plan Monday night. It contains a 2.95% tax hike for residents, but it addresses some vital infrastructure and capital needs.

Residents hold protest over offender

Residents braved the cold on Saturday to renew their efforts and show their dismay at the fact a high-risk offender is living in the area.

King couple takes the helm of Bolton business

  At some point or another we have all asked ourselves the question “If I could do anything I wanted, what would my job be?” ...

Cougars drop fourth straight in regulation

It’s certainly not the way the Schomberg Cougars want to enter the post-season.

Minor atom Knights bow out of Silver Stick semis

The minor atom A NobleKing Knights exploded out of the gate at last weekend’s international Silver Stick tournament in Newmarket, but ultimately fell short of their second tournament win in as many months.

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