Headline News – June 21, 2018

Local councillors want to lead Shelburne out of “political suffering”, signal intent to run for mayor, deputy mayor

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Tuesday morning bright and early, Shelburne received two new nominations, one for Mayor and one for Deputy Mayor, at the hands of Councillors Wade Mills and Steve Anderson. Both men seek to bring Shelburne strongly, into ...

The Becketts “thrilled to return” to Heritage Music Festival

International fiddle performer Linsey Beckett says, “The Becketts are thrilled to be returning” as the Thursday night entertainment for the Shelburne Heritage Music Festival (HMF.) ...

Shelburne Mayor Ken Bennington won’t seek re-election in October’s municipal vote

Written By PETER RICHARDSON On Monday afternoon, after 20 years in public service, Shelburne Mayor Ken Bennington announced he would not be seeking re-election in ...

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Christian Perspectives: Can you find a pair of glasses?

I have a basket of children’s books in the bathroom in my house. When one of my grandchildren go in they choose a book to ...

Shelburne Library news: Dufferin Reads event sold out

Dufferin Reads has been so popular that we SOLD OUT about a month ago. We have been fortunate that Bianca Marais and Grand Spirits Distillery ...

Sohayla Smith, a local talent to be reckoned with

Written By PETER RICHARDSON She is a musician, a singer, a song writer, a belly dancer, a painter, a chef, an amateur ornithologist, a mother, ...

Music, dance and picnic for Partera and Peace on July 15

Written By MARNI WALSH The peace building organization, Partera International is holding a barn dance and picnic this Sunday, July 15th in Mono. Organizers say ...

No Frills and Home Hardware expand Shelburne Food Bank capacity

Written By MARNI WALSH Shelburne’s Food Bank, The Shepherd’s Cupboard was thrilled by the recent donation of new shelving that expands the facility’s capacity.  The ...

Local councillors want to lead Shelburne out of “political suffering”, signal intent to run for mayor, deputy mayor

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Tuesday morning bright and early, Shelburne received two new nominations, one for Mayor and one for Deputy Mayor, at the hands ...

Local resident writes PM Trudeau to help in refugee case

Written By TOM CLARIDGE A local resident who has sponsored concert fundraisers for Syrian refugees is asking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for help in bringing ...

Shelburne library news: Lots of events this summer

Written By ROSE DOTTEN TD Summer Reading Kick-off this Saturday, July 7 at 10:30 at YOUR Library. Be sure to register for this summer long ...

Christian Perspectives: Live life to the fullest, right until the very end

June is traditionally the month of weddings. But this June has been the month of funerals for me. And lots of palliative care. Palliative care ...

Canada Day celebrations were hot, hot, hot in Shelburne

Written By MARNI WALSH Canada Day celebrations at Fiddle Park in Shelburne were happy but HOT! Thankfully, the pole barn, erected last year due to ...

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