Mother’s Day provides a fine opportunity for a picnic or barbecue in a woods, and also to enjoy an undeniably beautiful and bountiful display of wildflowers. This year’s late and compressed spring may have contributed to the fact trilliums (both white and red – the latter also known as wake robins) and dog-tooth violets were in simultaneous bloom S
Jeff Tribe, Tillsonburg News
Gopher Dunes hosted its annual Mud Fest Good Friday just south-west of Courtland, attracting a full field of four-wheel-drive enthusiasts along with their families and friends.
The jury may still be out.
“There is good potential,” the Snowbirds demonstration team will make a return to Tillsonburg this summer, said Andre Brisson, Chair, Ontario’s South Coast Airshow 2014.
Tom Mulcair sincerely hopes Canada does not face another referendum on Quebec independence.
One voice can make a difference, says Richard Ruston, Vice President, People First of Ontario.
The winter of 2013/2014 has worn out its welcome with most area residents, including local farmers.
Henry Spanjers typically enjoys an early-season snowmobile trip to South River.
It would be convenient to label homelessness as an issue exclusive to major cities.
Pictures of an ice-clad Niagara Falls are making the rounds on Facebook, but those seeking a ‘live’, admittedly smaller, yet still impressive view, can take a short tour to Otterville and check out Mother Nature’s ice sculptures from that community’s dam’s crest to its base and beyond. The viewing window may be a comparatively short one, given a we
Their land is home to a who’s who of the world’s nastier creatures: the inland Taipan and eastern brown snakes and the funnel-web and redback spiders; its shorelines caressed by waters containing the Irukandji and Australian box jellyfish, as well as the blue-ridged octopus, stone fish and banded sea krait.
Benevolent ‘big brother HUGO’ will be helping watch over health care at Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital beginning January 22nd.
To be sure, it’s a friendly rivalry.
It’s more about the dogs than the coyotes for Robert Hird.
Work continues on the work in progress that is Oxford County’s Joint Services Plan (JSP) related to Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital, Alexandra Hospital in Ingersoll and Woodstock Hospital.
The aroma of curing tobacco can take one back 30 years in an instant.
Norwich’s Opti-mist Splash Zone is a thing of functional beauty.
The driver of a transport truck was taken to Tillsonburg District Memorial Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries following a collision with a train Friday morning on Ostrander Road between Plank Line and Cranberry Line.
Tillsonburg Fair Board President Mike Dean is looking back a weekend even as he looks forward to the 159th Annual Tillsonburg Agricultural Society Fair.
Well, the majority advice would probably be ‘don’t’. But if you’re determined to challenge the Otter from Otterville to Rock’s Mills, or some portion thereof, you should consider taking: