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.
Mayor Ken Hewitt will put forward a motion at Council September 19 that would give support to Samsung Renewable Energy and their pursuit to place more windmills in Haldimand County. For the full story see the September 15 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.
After close to four years of construction punctuated by numerous delays, the Cayuga bridge was finally slid into position across the Grand River last weekend. See the September 1 Haldimand Press for a two-page spread of the Cayuga bridge s move.
K9 Fun Zone in Caledonia held their second Try-It Day Fundraiser for NOLA Lab Rescue on August 28. Dogs were welcome to try dock jumping, barn hunting, the ball pit and the off-leash area. For more photos see the September 1 Haldimand Press.
The Canfield firefighters held their 74th annual pig and corn roast on August 13. It started with a social hour followed by dinner and a 19+ dance with dozens of prizes to be won. Click read more or see the August 18 Haldimand Press for more photos.
The Jarvis Caring Cupboard made a delegation to Council Tuesday requesting funding to purchase a permanent facility.
The Caring Cupdboard has moved four times since opening in 2006. See the full story in the August 25 Haldimand Press.
The Dunnville Agricultural Fair was a big success, drawing in over 7,100 visitors from August 19 to 20, despite some early setbacks due to mechanical failure. Click read more for more photos and see the August 24 paper for the full story.
Council has approved developing the new, centralized administration building on the property of the current Cayuga arena on Thorburn Street at a meeting on Monday, August 29. Click here to read the full story.
When they got five or six feet below the surface, a strange site met them. Piled in layers, one upon top of the other, some two hundred skeletons of human beings nearly perfect around the neck of each one being a string of beads. Click to read more.
The Thompson Creek Community Garden in Dunnville held a free barbecue on August 6 to showcase the garden. There were also games and prizes to be won, all free. Click read more or see the August 11 Haldimand Press for more photos.
Tina DeBoersap needs to find someone willing and able to donate a kidney to save her life.
The 64-year-old Dunnville resident was diagnosed with diabetes at age 17 and has had kidney disease for about three years now.
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West Haldimand General Hospital is set to recieve $2,253,015 from the provincial government for their infrastructure needs in the 2016 2017 year. Click read more for the full story or see it in the August 18 Haldimand Press.