November 2016 Archive

2016-11-10-07

CDS Debating Team Places 2nd at Internationals

Veteran debating coach Kerstin Wyndham-West raised the bar once again yielding a 2nd place finish overall for the three-person Country Day School team at last weekend’s International Independent Schools’ Public Speaking Competition (IISPSC) in Vancouver.

MARKET MUSINGS

By Jan Freedman We are approaching the midway point in our series of five indoor markets at the Armoury on Larmont Street and we are ...

Take a trip around the world with every sip of scotch

Tickets are selling fast for an opportunity to take your taste buds on a trip around the world through the liquid brown gold of scotch.

2016-11-10-01

Hall of Famers celebrate Class of 2016

The best on snow and ice were lauded at the Aurora Sports Hall of Fame induction dinner on Wednesday night, a sold-out event for the third year in a row.

2016-11-10-03

Soldiers find comfort in a shared experience

It’s a letter nobody should have to write, let alone receive, but Lt. Col. Dave Grebstod vividly remembers setting pen to paper.

Details of Highland Gate settlements could be made public by December 1

By Brock Weir Details of settlements recently reached between Highland Gate Developments Inc. and area ratepayers, as well as the Town of Aurora, could be ...

2016-11-10-09

Aurora Tigers back in win column in tilt with Royals

A losing streak reaching double digits was finally put to rest Sunday by the Aurora Tigers, against a formidable opponent no less.

Role of Library should not be underestimated: CEO

(Re: Library needs to re-think its mission, says cardholder. October 27) In the past year, the Aurora Public Library (APL) has hosted a few events ...

Resident wants answers on Speed Cushion “pilot”

After reading a recent article appearing in The Auroran entitled “Safety trumps cost as speed hump project moves forward’, I submitted the following questions, in ...

MARKET MUSINGS

By Jan Freedman As most of you are gearing up for the holiday season, the Aurora Farmers’ Market and Artisan Fair’s indoor season is winding ...

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