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  • NBL Canada finals, Game 1: London Lightning leave no doubt
    Chris Jones has been searching for his offensive touch since returning from a month-long suspension in time for the playoffs. He found it in Game 1 of the National Basketball League of Canada finals. The speedy veteran London guard shot a staggering 71.4 per cent (15-of-21) from the field and torched the KW Titans for […]
  • Pearson: It's time to demand better of political candidates
    It’s election season, with the usual trappings: signs, debates, canvassing, volunteers, literature, fundraising, questionnaires, candidate websites and social media pages. But an increasing number of voters confess to disillusionment with modern politics for other reasons: hyper-partisanship, attack ads, spurious statements and political party apparatus that seems increasingly out of touch with average citizens. The dismal […]
  • Densley, Peterson: The growing toll of mass school shootings in the U.S.
    James Densley, Metropolitan State University and Jillian Peterson, Hamline University When the Columbine high school massacre took place in 1999 it was seen as a watershed moment in the United States – the worst mass shooting at a school in the country’s history. Now, it ranks fourth. The three school shootings to surpass its death […]
  • Accused in body-in-freezer murder case often boasted of killing: Ex-wife
    ST. THOMAS — Chad Reu-Waters had a penchant for saying things to make him look smart, tough, or dangerous.

RSS Mitchell

  • Blue Devils win first-ever WOSSAA baseball title
    There were plenty of firsts for the Mitchell District high school (MDHS) varsity baseball team in London May 24. Their first batter of the championship game, PJ Marshall, ignited a one-run rally in the bottom of the first inning with a double after their opponent, Woodstock College Avenue (CASS), scored three runs in the top […]
  • Smaller multi-use pavilion planned for Keterson Park to fit budget
    A slightly smaller multi-use pavilion for Keterson Park is in the works that will fit the municipality’s initial budget, but the project won’t get started until the fall, West Perth council was told during their May 16 meeting. Recreation & Facilities Manager Darcey Cook provided an update after disappointing and higher than expected tender amounts […]
  • Deep playoff run assists Hawks off ice, too
    A deep playoff run, with tremendous fan support, helped the Mitchell Hawks on and off the ice during their 2021-22 Provincial Junior Hockey League (PJHL) season. The club held their annual general meeting May 17 at the community centre with about a dozen people in attendance, at which time the financials – although not totally […]
  • Rumour comes true, McDonald's is coming to Mitchell
    The rumours have been circulating for a couple of years at least. But they are true: McDonald’s is coming to Mitchell and West Perth. Franchisee Rob Reid, of Exeter, confirmed that the popular and world-renowned fast food restaurant will open at the east end of Mitchell, in the Hammond plaza, in mid to late September. […]