Headline News – January 17, 2019

OPP present costing proposal to Shelburne Council, Town has six months to decide

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Monday night the much anticipated OPP costing for police services was received by Council, in a sparsely attended meeting in Grace Tupling Hall. The OPP delegation, led by Sergeant Kenneth Kees and Staff Sergeant Nicol Randall, ...

Centre Dufferin’s Co-op Corner

Student: Tristan Adontang Placement: Metz Homes This week Tristan Adonteng  from Centre Dufferin District High School shares a little bit about his experience and how ...

Shelburne Council opts in, will allow cannabis retail stores in town

Written By PETER RICHARDSON Council met Monday night, after receiving the OPP Costing, for the first official meeting of 2019.  Treasurer Carey Holmes presented an ...

Community News

Shelburne Polar Plunge executive sets new $15,000 goal

Written By MARNI WALSH The second annual Polar Plunge organized by the Shelburne Police Service will take place on Feb. 18 at Shelbrrrfest. Last year’s ...

Shelburne Library News

Written By ROSE DOTTEN Coffee, Conversation and Books We kicked-off the 2019 series of CC&B on January 16th in Grand Valley with local author, Emma ...

County’s draft budget calls for 7 percent tax levy increase

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER The Dufferin County draft budget for 2019 was presented to council last Thursday by Treasurer Alan Selby, with a projected increase ...

County supports advocacy for truck bypass

Written By JASEN OBERMEYER It’s been grinding the town’s gears for sometime, and now, Shelburne is renewing its advocacy efforts to the Ontario government for ...

Shelburne man charged with impaired and dangerous driving

During the early afternoon on Saturday January 5th, Shelburne Police responded to a public complaint about a car passing through a stop sign at a ...

Free workshops highlight local Health and Wellness Expo

Written By MARNI WALSH Saturday, January 19th the Shelburne Health and Wellness Expo will welcome  registered practitioners. alternative healers, fitness professionals, health and wellness products, ...

Christian Perspectives: Love was born in a manger

Christmas might be over but let us remember that love was born in a manger. People were busy shopping and thinking about what gifts they ...

‘Join in Dufferin’ portal targets more community involvement in County business

Written By MIKE BAKER The County of Dufferin will today launch a new online portal designed to increase community involvement in the development of regional ...

Community support for Christmas hampers grows with local need

Written By MARNI WALSH The Chair of the Shelburne Christmas Hamper Program, Bobbi Ferguson, says “The response from the community this year and the need ...

Centre Dufferin’s Co-op Corner

Student: Alyssa Martin Placement: Grand Valley & District  Public School This week Alyssa Martin from Centre Dufferin District High School shares a little bit about ...

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