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Seiling claims regional chair
Incumbent Ken Seiling will keep his chair in Region of Waterloo headquarters for the next term.
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Away, but not alone
It was a normal, exciting afternoon for Trayton Smith and his family on Thanksgiving Monday.

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School board trustee: the forgotten vote "It's totally true. I'm running for School Board Trustee and yesterday I received an email from another candidate and I stopped and went, "wait, who?" I think it goes without saying that as a candidate I have been paying attention to the race! Weird"
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CWHL to keep tabs on Kitchener-Waterloo event
While the Canadian Women’s Hockey League game in Waterloo this weekend is just a one-off to celebrate Ravens Day, the league says they will be tracking it to gauge the response from local fans.
Rez to battle for D8 field hockey championship
For the Resurrection Catholic Secondary School Phoenix field hockey team, a District 8 championship is almost a given.
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Same old story
It’s all too familiar. The Kitchener Dutchmen are atop the standings and, like last season, the team is riding an impressive winning streak.
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Unfinished business
Resurrection Phoenix senior football head coach Matt Gallagher may be new to the team, but he knows full-well how much his team wants the title.
Is professional basketball a slam dunk in KW?
If Butch Carter and the Canadian Basketball League find the right investor, there could be professional basketball in Kitchener-Waterloo.
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Trojans start from scratch
PWHL Rangers winless after three games
The Provincial Womens’ Hockey League Rangers are still in search of their first win of the season.
Dutchies start season hot
They may not have many of the same key players as they had last year, but the Junior B Dutchmen are performing just as well so far.
Team of the Week
The Kitchener Post Team of the Week is the Kitchener Spirit U13A boys team, which completed its undefeated season by winning both the Southwest Regional Soccer League (SWRSL) and the SWRSL Cup.
Rangers Gameday
Kitchener at London Friday @ 7:30 p.m. Budweiser Gardens London, Ont.
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Building from the ground up
Nancy Michael wasn’t good enough in middle school. She didn’t make the cut.
Laurel Creek Track Club celebrates successful season, looks forward
Laurel Creek Track Club alumni are spread out across North America.
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Varga’s on the verge
Under normal circumstances, it would be safe to say that Tyler Varga’s future is set. But after the roller-coaster ride he’s had during his college football career, nothing is a given.
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More than just a race: Badass Dash opens eyes to autism struggles
A few bumps and bruises and some sore legs — that’s it. After seven kilometres, 40 obstacles and whole lot of cussing to myself, I made it through the Badass Dash, but that victory in itself is nothing compared to the reason behind it.
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Dangerous preparation
Denton Daley started boxing on a whim seven years ago.
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Can hockey help the homeless?
It’s a hockey-based fundraiser that just happened to come at the perfect time.
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