Burford Slo-Pitch: Undefeated teams take the stage

Burford Slo-Pitch: Bon Lane and Cement Heads fight to stay undefeated By Jesse Ferguson, 4BRANT Diamond A was still out of commission on Friday, May 25th due to a light standard being out, so the Burford Men’s Slo-Pitch league was trying a feat never before completed in the recorded history of the league– running three
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Red Sox look to the winless Royals for a W of their own By Jesse Ferguson On the day of May 27th, the sun shined bright. The day again just felt like baseball– and there was no rumour of rain the previous night or holiday weekend that could possibly derail the summertime specialty of baseball
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Progressive Conservative riding rolls into Brantford By Jesse Ferguson From the moment the bus pulled in around 1PM, “For the People” blared from all the speakers at the Progressive Conservative rally held at Will Bouma’s Campaign Office / PC headquarters at 321 King George Rd., Brantford on May 24th. This bus was not of Bouma’s,
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Just so you know I will be posting a series of lessons for those that own cameras (not the cell phone variety).  Though pretty well anything that I say about one type of camera applies to all types of camera and styles of photography, they have much in common.  Next week I will be giving
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Arnold Anderson field can’t take the rain as game is postponed By Jesse Ferguson The Brantford Red Sox were looking to win their first game of the season Sunday when they were matched up against the Barrie Baycats. Granted, they’ve only played one game, but every team wants to get on the board with a
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The Brewers shine on Diamond B while no one shines on Diamond A By Jesse Ferguson Diamond A was out of commission at Burford Optimist Fields with a few compromised light standards on Wednesday, May 16, and as consequence, no Burford Men’s Slo-Pitch League games were played on it. Even the early game was not
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In my travels about Brant I meet folks from all walks of life and I enjoy the curious nature people have about trying food, learning about food and asking questions about food.  Recently one of my food tour guests asked me a great question as we were discussing cheese.  Is Headcheese really cheese? This is
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I find myself curious about many things food and the word charcuterie is high on the list for many. In the past few years it has become on trend with food gatherings to serve a Charcuterie Board.  Some say CHA-cuterie, others say SHA-cuterie as well as CHER-cuterie.  I decided to visit a simple source, the Pronunciation
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Brantford is trying to solve the used needle problem in the city with a new disposal program. “This is an effort to mitigate the number of needles found in public places,” Maria Visocchi, communications and community engagement director at the City of Brantford said. The City of Brantford and the Brant County Health Unit launched
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Brantford City council is reviewing emergency preparedness and trying to improve for the future. At the committee of the whole operations and administration meeting on May 15 council discussed a report from City staff that included a detailed analysis of the Grand River flood that effected Eagle Place and Homedale. “First and foremost, life safety
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