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Santa Claus parade rolling into Coldwater

Santa Claus parade rolling into Coldwater

Community invited to free skate before start of parade Dec. 3
Tutoring services 'busting at seams' as kids seek extra help

Tutoring services 'busting at seams' as kids seek extra help

Tutors have wait lists and say funding from province is a fraction of what's needed after back-and-forth with virtual classrooms saw some kids fall behind
BEYOND LOCAL: Ontario asks family clinics to help overwhelmed hospitals

BEYOND LOCAL: Ontario asks family clinics to help overwhelmed hospitals

Extended hours will help "alleviate pressure on emergency departments," says Nadia Surani, director of the primary health care branch in the Ministry of Health
COLUMN: Looking back on Chief Yellowhead, 1837 Rebellion

COLUMN: Looking back on Chief Yellowhead, 1837 Rebellion

Despite poor treatment of his people, Chief Yellowhead and followers stepped up during Upper Canada Rebellion
Good morning, Midland!

Good morning, Midland!

Here's a look at the current local weather and gas prices
BEYOND LOCAL: Small business needs local support to stay afloat

BEYOND LOCAL: Small business needs local support to stay afloat

A report from the Better Way Alliance found that rent for many Ontario businesses is commonly increasing between 10 and 50 per cent
<b>EVERYTHING KING:</b> Cooling blanket caper exposed

EVERYTHING KING: Cooling blanket caper exposed

It's c-c-cold! In this week's Everything King, Wendy shares some hard-earned wisdom about keeping her cool
Santa Claus parade delights onlookers in downtown Midland

Santa Claus parade delights onlookers in downtown Midland

Kids and adults alike line streets for annual event
TD launches scholarship program for Indigenous peoples

TD launches scholarship program for Indigenous peoples

Scholarship aims to increase Indigenous enrolment in post-secondary education
A 'hazard': Infamous Atherley Arms building to be demolished

A 'hazard': Infamous Atherley Arms building to be demolished

'There's been a really strong push from the citizens and council to get rid of that building,' said Ramara Mayor Basil Clarke, who called it 'an embarrassment to the township