In this issue...

Listowel's darkest day

It was a mild day in February 1959 when the roof of the Listowel arena collapsed killing eight, while survivors still cope with the tragedy today.

Understand Alzheimer's, dementia

If you live with Alzheimer's or dementia, or care for someone who does, this article will answer some of your the most commons questions.

Ali Matthews

Meet a happy grandmother from Stratford who also happens to hold the record for the most Gospel Music Association of Canada awards.

Stunning Southeast Asia

Follow our travel writer as she experiences the rich culture, delicious tastes and delightful smells of Southeast Asia.

Preserving the Huron Tract

The Bayfield River Valley Trail Association is ensuring donated lands remain in the hands of the public for future outdoor enthusiasts.

From the Publisher...

Read the latest for Amy Irwin, Publisher of Huron-Perth Boomers

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