Corn, oats up; wheat, soybeans down

Friday, 24 February 2017 05:14 JW
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(CBOT = Chicago Board of Trade. Corn, soybeans, wheat, and oats are traded on the CBOT. )
March Corn futures closed at: $3.65 ½ a bushel, up one and three quarter cents from Wednesday.
March Soy futures closed at: $10.11 ½ a bushel, down eleven and a quarter cents.
March Wheat futures closed at: $4.38 a bushel, down three and a quarter cents from Wednesday at the Chicago board of trade.
March Oats futures closed at: $2.53 ¼ per bushel, up a quarter cent from Wednesday.

Huron home ransacked, firearms stolen

Friday, 24 February 2017 05:11 JW
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Map of Crediton, ON
Huron County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers including members of the Huron OPP Property Crimes Unit continue to investigate a break, enter and theft that took place in Crediton last week.  
Sometime between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on February 16, 2017 those responsible attended a Victoria Avenue residence whereupon they entered into the residence through a rear patio door. Once inside the residence the home was ransacked and several items were stolen including three firearms. 
The following items have been reported as stolen: 
    A brown, GSG-STG semi-automatic .22 calibre Model 44 rifle.
    A 410 Classic single shot shotgun
    A black, Remington semi-automatic .22 calibre Model 597 rifle.
    A black Nikon Cool Pix camera with accessory bag.
    A white, Sony VAIO laptop
    A men's silver Fossil wrist watch
    Vehicle Documents and Passports 
A total value of the stolen goods has not been established at this time.

Brantford police worried about new drug

Thursday, 23 February 2017 13:02 JW
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Three drug-related incidents are concerning Brantford police.

Two people suffered ill effects after smoking Salvia in separate incidents yesterday (Wednesday).

A police official says Salvia is a type of Sage, belonging to the mint family, and contains psychoactive ingredients that can affect mood, behavior and perception.

Salvia can cause hallucinations, loss of consciousness, laughter and slurred speech.

And a Brantford sergeant administered Naloxone after a man overdosed while smoking cocaine.

The man was unresponsive but quickly recovered when the sergeant gave him the anti-overdose drug.

Since November, front-line sergeants have been equipped with Naloxone.


Police investigating graffiti at London school

Thursday, 23 February 2017 12:33 JW
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Police are investigating anti-Muslim and homophobic graffiti sprayed at a London high school.

Students arriving at the school yesterday morning found the words “Arabs r terrorists” and “Gay fags” spray painted on the front doors at B. Davison secondary on Trafalgar road.

Constable Peter Keane says the school contacted police and officers who specialize in hate crimes will be investigating.


No injuries in Kitchener house fire

Thursday, 23 February 2017 09:16 JW
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Everyone escaped when a fire broke out in a Kitchener home.

Firefighters were called to the Wellington and Ahrens area about 4:30 this (Thursday) morning.

The first and second floors of the home were fully engulfed when firefighters arrived at the scene.

No injuries and no word on the cause.


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