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A Puzzling Conclusion: Winter 2008

Nov 18, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles | Winter 2008

Three puzzles to test if you are awake.

Gas Pump Handle

Oil Matters

Sep 15, 2008 | Signe Ball | Autumn 2008 | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk

The provincial government has instructed our local municipalities to prepare for a massive population boom, but the influx could well be stalled by the “peak oil” scenario.

Ron Pitts | Stardust Delights

Ron Pitts

Sep 15, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

Ron Pitts is a two-time Emmy Award winning director, animator, and wildlife photographer.

Natural Enemies: Horse vs Automobile

Sep 15, 2008 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

Just over a century ago the horseless carriage chugged into these rural hills and ran head on into a horse-reliant culture. What began as a novelty soon became a nuisance, sparking a battle for supremacy on the roads.

A Puzzling Conclusion: Autumn 2008

Sep 15, 2008 | Ken Weber | Autumn 2008 | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles

Autumn is harvest time, test your fruit and vegetable trivia, going south from Crombie and float your boat in Headwaters.

Landowners vs. the Birds

Jun 20, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues | Departments | Editor’s Desk | Summer 2008

Many of the landowners were keen to do the right thing by the environment, and just wanted some advice and co-operation in the process.

Randi Lockhart ~ TheTourist

Randi Lockhart

Jun 20, 2008 | Signe Ball | Arts

My paintings remind me of the thinness of time and the passing of the seasons.

Sodom and Gomorrah? Melancthon Township?

Jun 20, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Heritage | Historic Hills | Summer 2008

Screaming headlines in Toronto newspapers turned an 1897 trial in Shelburne into a Canada-wide sensation, painting Melancthon as a hotbed of arson, fraud, perjury and intimidation.

Old Pennies

A Puzzling Conclusion: Summer 2008

Jun 20, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Leisure | Puzzles | Summer 2008

Pennies from Palgrave, missing report pages and walking the line.

Enough of Zoomburb

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

When I moved to Caledon from Toronto in 1974, feeling all starry-eyed and back-to-the-landish, as befitted the mood of the times, the population of the newly minted “town” was just shy of 20,000. Although already well in transition, the character of the community was still very much a reflection of its historic agricultural roots. Our…

Jim Reid ~ Traveller, acrylic on canvas 12o" x 72"

Jim Reid

Mar 23, 2008 | Signe Ball | Back Issues

The painting sites I choose are places I have revisited since childhood, and so they are also saturated with personal memory.

The Party that Grew: Drummers’ Snack

Mar 23, 2008 | Ken Weber | Back Issues | Departments | Heritage | Historic Hills | Spring 2008

“We did not see a drunken man on the grounds,” observed the Advocate (although the paper did wonder who rang the park bell at 6 a.m. on Saturday morning).

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