News from around St. Marys.

M.P. Nater submits report on Summer Jobs Tour Oct. 6

On Oct. 6, Perth—Wellington Member of Parliament John Nater submitted some Thanksgiving reading to the ministers of Finance, Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, and Small Business and Tourism. It came in the form of a report on his 2016 Summer Jobs Tour, which included 10 roundtable discussions across Perth—Wellington on the issues of the Canada…

DCVI hosts girls basketball Monday

By Dan Rankin The St. Marys DCVI Senior Girls Basketball Team played a pair of home games on Monday, Oct. 3 against St. Anne’s and South Huron, winning both to improve to 3-1 on the season. The Sr. Salukis played St. Anne’s first. It was a back-and-forth game, but DCVI entered the second half of…

The Music In Me

“Little darling, it’s been a long, cold, lonely winter” –  Here comes the Sun by The Beatles What’s the big deal about pets? It had been 30 minutes since I left the veterinarian’s office – our old black Lab of 13 years had to be put down. All around me now, the patrons of Tim’s…

Nashville comes to Harrington

Tim & Myles Thompson to perform at Club Harrington Friday, October 14 The Harrington & Area Community Association is proud to host Nashville’s Tim Thompson – 2008 International Finger Style Guitar Champion, along with his violin and mandolin playing singer/songwriter son Myles Thompson – in concert Friday, October 14th. Philip D.Kerr, chair of the Harrington…