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Lincoln council approves 2.15% budget hike

Mayor’s new Youth Advisory Council a key step in improving programming By Mike Williscraft NewsNow Town of Lincoln has approved a 2.15 per cent budget increase for 2016. At its meeting Monday night, council approved its budget w ...

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Girl, 17, missing from Jordan/Vineland area

Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 17-year-old female, Amrit Malhi. Malhi left on her own accord on Sunday, Oct. 25 at 10 pm from a residence in Jordan. She was last seen yesterday morning, O ...

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Jordan’s Fry House marks 200th anniversary

A celebration is planned to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Fry House at the Jordan Museum ...

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Star of the Show at Wine Festival

Chef Michael Smith ...

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WineFest kicks off tonight!

The biggest celebration of winter gets underway tonight in Jordan Village as Winter Winefest kicks off. The weekend features the best in local award-winning wines and delicious food pairings. The opening night concert runs from ...

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Cooking with Frank Romano (from ClubWest Magazine)

Shrimp Ceviche Pair with Cave Spring Riesling Serves 6 2 lbs of cleaned shrimp 5 radishes sliced into circles 1/4 cup of red tobiko 1 cup of strawberries, sliced 1 bunch of green onions thinly sliced 1 cup of lemon aioli (see belo ...

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Events and places for summer fun

Lots to do and see in West Niagara ...

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Respected grape grower dies suddenly

Niagara has lost a ‘giant’ of a man. When Debbie Zimmerman suggested a change from the traditional purple Grape King jacket to a more sedate blue, Howard Staff gently protested. “He loved that purple jacket,” said Zimmerma ...

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Lincoln chamber announces tourism awards

Stephen and Jacquelene Del Col ...

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WineFest heats up Jordan

Food, wine and music proved a winning recipe for a great weekend on Main Street Jordan last week as Winter WineFest took over the town. “There was something for everyone,” said 20 Valley Tourism Association executive director ...

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