Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer

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Plea expected in animal cruelty case

A Tavistock man charged in connection with the deaths of more than 1,500 pigs near Frogmore in February is scheduled to enter a plea in the new year.

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Gang of intruders demand narcotics

Police are looking for four men after narcotics were stolen during a home invasion in St. Williams Wednesday.

Komienski Ltd.’s 30,000-square-foot processing facility in Scotland was one of the featured attractions on Norfolk County’s annual Farm Tour Wednesday. The $3-million facility on Highway 24 was built this spring. Davina and Tom Komienski Jr. represent the fourth generation of the family to commit to agriculture. (MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER)

Farmers see value in diversification

SCOTLAND - Local residents can find a little taste of home most anywhere they go in Ontario thanks to the area's ability to produce fruits and vegetables of high quality in great abundance.

More than 100 people converged on the Delhi Ontario Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre June 30 for a Canada 150 Eve party. Among those enjoying a picnic at the Quance Dam were, from left, Lois Zehr of King City, Hannah Zehr of Delhi and Tracy Schott-Hennessey of Lynedoch. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Revellers take stock of still-young country

Residents of Delhi and surrounding area celebrated their country on the eve of Canada’s 150th anniversary last week at the Delhi Ontario Tobacco Museum & Heritage Centre on Talbot Road.

One of these might have come in handy at Welland city hall, Tuesday.

PSB seeks limits on nude photographs

The Norfolk Police Services Board thinks individuals entrusted with intimate photos of friends or loved ones should pay a price if they share them with others or post them on the Internet.