Monte Sonnenberg, Simcoe Reformer

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Water warnings were posted at Valley Heights Secondary School in Walsingham this week after samples taken Monday came out of the tap cloudy. LAURA BROADLEY/SIMCOE REFORMER

Water advisory at VHSS

Staff and students at Valley Heights Secondary School are under a drinking water advisory for the second time in less than a year.

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Three exposed to rabid cat

Three people are being treated for potential exposure to rabies after coming in contact with a rabid cat in the Glanbrook area.

Shriner Bob Castles of Simcoe is pleased that a generous family in Cambridge has compensated the local club for $75 worth of beer and soda cans stolen from a drop-off depot on Hillcrest Road last month. Norfolk OPP reported Feb. 2 that they are close to making an arrest in the case. MONTE SONNENBERG/SIMCOE REFORMER

Shriners compensated for beer can theft

The Norfolk Shrine Club will not be out of pocket for $75 worth of pop and beer cans stolen from their drop- off depot in Simcoe last month.

Ahmadiyyan Muslims continued their ongoing program of dialogue with the wider community at an open house this weekend at the Port Dover branch of the Norfolk Public Library. Leading the delegation was Brampton Imam Zahid Abid, seen here with a photo of the Ahmadiyyans’ spiritual leader Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad. MONTE SONNENBERG/SIMCOE REFORMER

Muslim outreach in Norfolk

Canadian Muslims were grateful they were living on this side of the border as Donald Trump blustered his way into the presidency.

Norfolk County

Flexible bunkhouse rules sought

Norfolk’s Agricultural Advisory Committee has made its feelings known on buildings that can be used as bunkhouses in the rural zone.