Tanika Jacobs says she is feeling well after receiving a new set of lungs that saved her life. Tanika is shown with her mom Nicky and dad Dion. Click here to see the full story or see the October 6 Haldimand Press.
Between tax rebates, interest and legal fees, US Steel Canada has been awarded $1,117,135. Of that amount, Haldimand County must pay $678,339 and must recover the remainder from the school boards. See the full story in the October 6 Haldimand Press.
The Press met with owner Ken Hill and Cecil Sault, Manager, at the Speedway last week. Clayton Spears, Fisherville Lions member, set up the tour with previous track owner Bob Slack. For the full story on facility plans see the Sept. 29 Haldimand Press.
There was lots of fun to be had at the Caledonia Fair. This included the high school challenge; click read more for more photos. Check out the October 6 Haldimand Press for a story on the multi-million dollar renovation project at the exhibition hall.
The captains of Cayuga and Hagersville secondary schools football teams have come together to try and keep their right to play alive after being denied permission to join teams. Click read more for the full story.
Between referring to everyone as wonderful and my loud bright laughter, no one would ever imagine that I struggled with suicide since I was 12.
Click read more for the full story from this Haldimand resident about dealing with mental illness.
It s all looking up at MontHill, says Brian Rizzetto, General Manger, of big development plans for the golf and country club.
Rizzetto said plans include a 40,000-square-foot state-of-the-art facility. See the October 13 Haldimand Press for full story.
About 150 people came out to support the Community Support Centre of Haldimand and Norfolk (CSC), which held its annual dinner and dance night in Caledonia. Click here to see more photos or see the September 22 Haldimand Press.
Milford Hartwick has turned pumpkin growing into a science after his retirement from the insurance business six years ago. For the full story see the September 8 Haldimand Press. Click read more for more photos.
Fire destroyed The Clear Blue Sorbents facility at the Hagersville Business Park last Sunday causing about $5 million in damages.Click here or see the September 15 Haldimand Press for the full story and more photos.