McDonald’s Independent Hosting Lincolns Fundraising BBQ

Sunday, 11am-2pm, with $99 Season Tickets Available for Purchase By Stewart Grant Come on out to McDonald’s Your Independent Grocer this Sunday anytime between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and meet this year’s St. Marys Lincolns.  The team will be cooking up hamburgers and hot dogs for the community free-of-charge (donation only), with many thanks…

Kidney transplant a success

Casey Downing is home and doing well In the space of two years, St. Marys has seen two successful kidney transplants. In July 2014 Kathy Carradine donated her kidney for her brother David. Both incidentally are doing very well. The latest transplant happened on July 20th when 17 year-old Casey Downing received a kidney from…

OMAFRA Field Crop Report released July 27

The Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs released its latest Field Crop Report on July 27, commenting on the quality of a number of crops currently growing around the province, including corn, cereals, soybeans, forages, edible beans and canola. The report describes how dry weather has impacted fields around Ontario. “In areas which…

Lincolns Looking for Billets

By Stewart Grant The St. Marys Lincolns are looking within the community for interested billets for the upcoming season. Having a strong network of billet families within St. Marys gives the team the opportunity to attract and bring in talented hockey players from outside the local area. An ideal make-up of the team will consist…

Graffiti mischief, not a victimless crime

The Perth County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is currently investigating incidents of graffiti that have taken place in St.Marys over the past few weeks. The incidents involved the application of large obscene symbols on St.Marys welcome signs on the East and West sides of town. The public is reminded that Graffiti is any writing, symbols…