A witness again caused frustration Wednesday at the trial of a man accused of murdering two of three people whose bodies were discovered near London and was jailed for contempt of court. Kirsten Bomberry, 39, of Six Nations of the Grand River, repeatedly said at the trial in Hamilton of her cousin Thomas Bomberry that […]
Women’s House Serving Bruce and Grey hosted a group of 25 people at their Volunteer & Donor Appreciation event Wednesday.
The Huron Fringe Field Naturalists (HFFN) welcomed Jenna McGuire, executive director for the Historic Saugeen Métis in Southampton, to their April 25 meeting in Point Clark. McGuire is an artist, scientific illustrator and ecologist who engages in historical research, heritage interpretation and preservation, outreach and consultation for her Saugeen Métis community. She brought the full […]
After the death of his two brothers from Alzheimer’s disease, 84-year old Ron Robert was determined not to sit back and let the illness beat him. “I watched them and I thought I am not going to repeat what they did,” he said. “I have always been a fighter in my life and I thought I […]
A federal agency trying to keep a lid on bird flu that has spread to six farms in Ontario is restricting the movement of birds and eggs in a large chunk of western Oxford County. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says it has established a “control zone” that extends north of Embro, east to Woodstock, […]