February 2018 Archive

2018-03-01-09

Ex-Tiger Kelly signs with Anaheim

Olympic medalist, Spengler Cup winner, and NHL athlete. It has been a whirlwind 2018 for hockey player Chris Kelly, who seemed destined to hang up his skates for good at the end of the last NHL season.

2018-03-01-08

Tigers forwards sign with UOIT Ridgebacks

Two major components of the Aurora Tigers success have found their new home for next season. Both captain Jake Bricknell and fellow forward Austin Eastman signed on Monday with...

2018-03-01-07

Walking a mile in their shoes: 360Kids helps students understand youth homelessness

“It must be really bad, but what can I do about it?” This was the thought that went through Maryam M’s mind whenever she saw a homeless person. The Grade 6 student simply...

2018-03-01-06

Director brings timely issues to Theatre Aurora with Next Fall

In bringing a play to life, Melanie Hargan set out to let the characters do the talking – and, as the curtain rises on Theatre Aurora’s production of next fall, the director will be measuring success by the conversations that take place among the audience members as they go back home.

2018-03-01-01

Parents, kids wage battle for “real food”

Residents lead push for healthy options at municipal concession stands and vending machines.

2018-03-01-02

Aurora United Church celebrating bicentennial

A five shilling investment continues to pay dividends to Aurora 200 years later.

Council shoots down option for Regional alternate

Citing just five more meetings on the calendar before the 2018 Municipal Election gets underway, Council is poised to...

2018-03-01-04

Tigers draw Golden Hawks in OJHL first round

If the Aurora Tigers are to go deep in this year’s postseason, they will have to first go...

Library performances miss the mark, says reader

On a recent Saturday trip to the Aurora Public Library, I was surprised to be “greeted” with music echoing throughout the library. Don’t get me ...

BROCK’S BANTER: Dumpster Fire Sale

By Brock Weir Whatever happened to all those people who claimed Provincial politics is boring? Are they sitting down at a Family Day brunch ready ...

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