PAUL ENS HOPES TO BE THE NEXT WARDEN OF ELGIN COUNTY
11/26/2014 6:26:00 AM
Paul Ens has put his name forward in hopes of being elected as the Warden of Elgin County. Ens made the announcement at the County's last Council meeting that went Tuesday morning. During the past municipal election, he was re-elected as mayor of Bayham.

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ST. THOMAS STARS PLAYERS GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
11/26/2014 6:24:49 AM
As the holidays quickly approach, the St. Thomas Jr. B Stars are once again trying to make a difference in our community. President of the Stars Board of Directors Tammy Ford says the players and volunteers will be going door-to-door Wedesday night for their annual Food Drive.

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BAD NEWS FOR OMPF FUNDING ACROSS ELGIN COUNTY
11/26/2014 6:16:23 AM
The County of Elgin received its 2015 allocation notice for the Ontario Municipal Partnership Fund and it's even worse news than what had been anticipated. The County is being hit with a 20% reduction in funding from what it received the previous year.

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COST OF COFFEE INCREASES TODAY AT TIM HORTONS
11/26/2014 6:15:16 AM
Tim Hortons is blaming lack of rain in Brazil for its decision to raise coffee prices. Starting today (Wednesday), the cost of a cup of coffee will rise by an average of 10-cents. But Tims says the increase might vary by region.

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LOCAL POLICE TAKE ON FIRE DEPARTMENT IN HOCKEY FUNDRAISER
11/26/2014 6:13:47 AM
A Heroes for Hope "Guns & Hoses" hockey game is taking place in St. Thomas at the end of this month. Members from our police and fire departments are facing off to raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society and specifically, prostate cancer research.

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SCATTERED POWER OUTAGES WITH VARYING RESTORATION TIMES
11/25/2014 2:08:23 PM
The cleanup is underway in much of southern Ontario after wicked winds that began Monday afternoon toppled trees, fences, and caused scattered power outages.

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WIND STORM CAUSES DAMAGE, POWER OUTAGES & SCHOOL CLOSURES
11/25/2014 9:12:56 AM
A strong wind storm over the past 24 hours has caused some damage throughout the region. In St. Thomas, trees are downed, large signs have been tossed over, a debris continues to fly around. Winds on Monday evening were expected to reach 90-100km per hour.

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ESTPHU AGREES WITH NEW E-CIGARETTE LEGISLATION
11/25/2014 7:11:41 AM
The Ontario government has introduced legislation that would ban the sale of electronic cigarettes to anyone under the age of 19. Also included is banning e-cigarettes in certain places where smoking tobacco is already prohibited like enclosed public spaces and workplaces.

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WEATHER DOESN'T DAMPEN SPIRITS AT SANTA CLAUS PARADE
11/25/2014 7:00:59 AM
The rain didn't dampen the Holiday spirit that was alive in downtown St. Thomas for the Optimist Santa Claus Parade. Over 50 floats travelled from First Ave. down Talbot to Elgin Street, along with four marching bands braving the weather as well.

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POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS PULL THROUGH FOR CHRISTMAS CARE
11/25/2014 6:48:02 AM
The smile could not be wiped off the face of Andreana Collins after she saw the huge donation that was brought into Christmas Care this weekend. The St.

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