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Scots-regBy Anne Finlay-Stewart

EDINBURGH - As we walk, we can feel the streets literally vibrating with anticipation. This morning at 7 a.m. the polls opened for the estimated four million registered voters to put their X beside YES or NO in the clearest of questions: Should Scotland be an independent country? By breakfast time on Friday, Scots will know what they and their neighbours have decided.

md-BCK-regIt's time Miranda Miller got some satisfaction.

Not later this month. Not eventually, after further study and deliberation. But right away. Send in a crew with weed whackers or scythes, gravel or dirt. And get the BCK lot cleaned up.

Gillespie-regBy Anne Finlay-Stewart

My name is Bobby. Mr. Gillespie was my father." This was my introduction to the rookie candidate for Owen Sound city councillor.

Bobby's father is not insignificant to his story. Born and raised in Owen Sound, Bobby returned to the city after university thinking he wanted a career in radio. His father had just built an office supply business, and he needed some help. "He asked me to work in the business for just one year," Bobby remembers. "After that, I could do whatever I liked. Taking him up on that offer was the best decision I ever made."

chats1-regBy Trevor Falk

This is the first in a series of articles about the lack of information about the public business of the township of Chatsworth. In terms of providing such information, Chatsworth is easily the worst in Grey County, in my view.

I will provide numerous examples in this series. Many of the examples will be based on the case of the municipality's bio-digester, for the simple reason that I have followed that issue closely for more than two years.

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