The life of 90-year Leonard Siemens spans oceans and leaves in its wake a string of universities and agriculture faculties he helped grow, mission trips he embarked on and articles he wrote, ranging from his personal travels to in depth analysis of food supply issues, poverty and international development.
Tragedy has struck again for a couple who were like the real-life versions of the characters from The Fault In Our Stars.
An itsy bitsy spider left a tangled mess for a driver in Portland, Ore., on Wednesday.
A get-out-to-vote video featuring Hollywood movie stars best known for their super hero roles has a decidedly anti-Trump message, and The Donald’s supporters are not happy about it.
The Morden Paddle Club is hoping some time with the big screen will go a long way to making the club more self-sufficient.
Rainbow Residence’s new general manager is optimistic about the future of the organization. Terra Huston took over July 2 as the interim general manager, and was hired for the permanent position in mid-August.
Fall is here and it’s also time for another Roland Pumpkin Fair.
The halls of J.R. Walkof Elementary were empty Sept. 19 as students and staff turned out for this year’s walk in support of Katie Cares.
Portage-Lisgar MP Candice Bergen was appointed the Opposition House Leader Sept. 15, and Bergen said she see’s it as a challenge and an opportunity.
It turns out, Donald Trump was right all along.
A high school in Maine has come up with a novel way of teaching its students but, jeez, how is a computer going to take attendance?
Gimli’s Keely Schellenberg lives in fear that her son will not make it to adulthood.
Morden has a new bar to reach after the 2016 Parkinson SuperWalk brought in an estimated $39,120 at the initial count.
Robertson College is advertising a Health Care Aide course in Carman this fall, and the Carman-Dufferin Economic Development officer is looking for public feedback about offering more opportunities like this in the future.
The last two years have seen Morden’s Parkinson’s Superwalk bring in record or near record numbers, and Lenore Laverty is hoping to keep up that streak.
A Brooklyn, N.Y., woman left her house so messy that she didn't realize her son was dead in the home for 20 years.
Always wanted to go nude in Paris? Hey, who doesn’t. Now you can. The city is opening a public area where you can let it all hang out.
A British woman snubbed by a former lover decided to take matters into her own hands.
A three-year-old Siberian boy managed to survive 72 hours in the woods with nothing but a chocolate bar in his pocket.