Laura Reimer jumps for joy between teammates Claire Weaver and Courtney Cridland during the NSSAA senior girls volleyball final at Valley Heights Thursday. The Bears defeated the four-time defending champion Holy Trinity Titans 3-1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-22, 25-21). JACOB ROBINSON/Simcoe Reformer

Bears back on top

It had been six long seasons since the Valley Heights Bears senior girls volleyball team reigned atop the NSSAA mountain.

Potholes. Postmedia file photo

Highway 6 traffic woes

Motorists having business involving Highway 6 may want to find an alternative route for the next few days.

Guilty plea in trafficking case

Drug charges against five people were dropped in Ontario Court last month while one person took the blame for thousands of dollars worth of illegal dr

A group from Simcoe's Holy Trinity Catholic School as well as Assumption College and St. John's College in Brantford and St. Jerome's University in Waterloo were in Guatemala on a humanitarian mission this month. While there, they worked on making improvements to an elementary school. Contributed Photo

Students on a mission

Holy Trinity student Nicole Dunn has always wanted to help those less fortunate, so when a mission trip opportunity was presented, she jumped at the c

Langton businessman Maurice Verhoeve, seen her with wife Margaret, would like Norfolk to assume responsibility for clearing snow from sidewalks across the county. Emergency sidewalk snow removal is coming to Langton and other urban areas of Norfolk where the white stuff has accumulated to a depth of several feet. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Snow piles a concern

Norfolk is unlikely to assume responsibility for shovelling sidewalks across the county anytime soon.