League executives left to right: Laurie Jellicoe, Chris Anderson, Evan Berry, President Keith Tippin (back) and Paul Kirby enjoy getting together for bowling at Georgian Bowl as part of the Blue Mountain Bowlers Association, which has been going strong since its founding in 1978. PAUL BRIAN/THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Bowling tradition lives on

Keith Tippin has a simple and good reason for his longtime participation and leadership of the Blue Mountain Bowlers Association.

A Windsor man was struck and killed while walking along Highway 11 south of Bradford early Thursday morning. PAUL NOVOSAD PHOTO

Windsor man killed by car

BRADFORD — A pedestrian was struck and killed while walking along Highway 11 south of Bradford early Thursday morning.

Marie 'Tonie' Farrell sits in her mother’s Orillia home where she now lives because she can’t work after suffering injuries from being beaten by an OPP officer. In the background is her son, R.J. Farrell, who bought her a silver-plated gavel with the words Not Guilty engraved on it. Tracy McLaughlin Photo

‘Why did it take so long?’

The province’s police watchdog has announced it will reopen the investigation of an OPP officer who a judge said caused “catastrophic injuries” to an Orillia woman who was only trying to help.

Jack Smith seen jumping into his nanny Nicole Franklin’s arms clearly enjoys the preschool gym time at the Collingwood YMCA. The YMCA is currently running its Strong Kids fundraising campaign to assist people needing subsidized membership. YMCA staff include, from left, Brian Wilby, Nancy Burton, Maggie Law, Ruth Creech and Jamie Berman. GISELE WINTON SARVIS/SPECIAL TO THE ENTERPRISE-BULLETIN

Helping to support Strong Kids

It’s been a long, cold winter in Sherri’s home with three special needs children. It would be unbearable if it wasn’t for the Collingwood YMCA.

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