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Atom MD Wolves team shares holiday spirit with food drive 
text"Atom MD Wolves team shares holiday spirit with food drive," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 19 Waterloo Wolves collect food for the food bank.Photo of the team and their collections.
Titans lose two of three-game homestand 
text"Titans lose two of three-game homestand," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 19 KW Titans secure their second win of the season.Photo of Vozzola.
A wild ride 
textStruthers, Joy, "A wild ride," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 18 Injuries, surgeries and championships: Former Rez all-star reflects on five seasons of NCAA field hockeyPhoto of Shannon Eby.
Art for heart 
textStruthers, Joy, "Art for heart," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 11 Local artist donates 80 per cent of show's profits to charityPhoto of Guillaume signing a cheque for the Heart and Stroke Foundation.
Local artist and lawyer produce graphic novel about Islam 
textStruthers, Joy, "Local artist and lawyer produce graphic novel about Islam," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 10 Gloria Ichim and David Anthony have created a graphic novel about the Islamic faith.Photo of Ichim and Anthony.
Population growth creating challenges for GRCA parks 
textMartin, Ray, "Population growth creating challenges for GRCA parks," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 7 The Grand River Conservation Authority has increased attendance over the last three years.
Hospice looking for support 
textVrbanac, Bob, "Hospice looking for support," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 6 A new 10 bed hospice will be build across from RIM Park.
Some tips in building a snowman 
textVrbanac, Bob, "Some tips in building a snowman," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 4 Tom Litwiller builds snow sculptures in his front yard.Photo of Tom Litwiller in his front yard with a snow sculpture.
Changing the culture 
textRutledge, Lisa, "Changing the culture," Waterloo Chronicle, 3 Jan 2018, p. 3 Police Chief Bryan Larkin says policing has to change with the times to meet challenges of the dayPhoto of Larkin.
BlackBerry reports record software and service revenue for consecutive quarters 
text"BlackBerry reports record software and service revenue for consecutive quarters," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 14 BlackBerry reported record software and services revenue for the third quarter fiscal reporting for 2018.
Lease listings with realtors' association up 83 per cent 
textJackson, Adam, "Lease listings with realtors' association up 83 per cent," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 6 83 percent increase in residential properties leased through Kitchener-Waterloo Association of Realtors.
Regional Chair Seiling said Ion and opioid crisis still issues 
textJackson, Adam, "Regional Chair Seiling said Ion and opioid crisis still issues," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 7 Regional chair Ken Seiling and his team have had an eventful year.Photo of Seiling.
Fife said after some tough fights she's looking forward to change 
textStruthers, Joy, "Fife said after some tough fights she's looking forward to change," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 4 Catherine Fife fights for health care for seniors.
This is my Waterloo 
text"This is my Waterloo," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 3 Mayor takes strong stand against those who don't respect diversity while celebrating achievementsPhoto of Dave Jaworsky.
New hotel tax a possibility 
text"New hotel tax a possibility," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 1 Local municipalities looking at four per cent room tax to support local tourism marketing efforts
Christopher Huether Biography 
text This is a handwritten biography of Christopher Huether from the Ellis Little Papers. This biography has been transcribed exactly as written. Ellis Little was a local historian, who was the principal of Elizabeth Ziegler Public School. On his retirement, he invested much of his time in researching...
New hotel tax a possibility 
text"New hotel tax a possibility," Waterloo Chronicle, 28 Dec 2017, p. 1 Local municipalities looking at four per cent room tax to support local tourism marketing efforts
Moving in the right direction? 
textJackson, Adam, "Moving in the right direction?," Waterloo Chronicle, 21 Dec 2017, p. 23 Heading into busy stretch of the season, Titans feel they are moving forwardPhoto of Duncan and Frazier.
Urquhart named Wilfrid Laurier's Edna Staebler Writer in Residence 
text"Urquhart named Wilfrid Laurier's Edna Staebler Writer in Residence," Waterloo Chronicle, 21 Dec 2017, p. 19 Emily Urquhart has been named Wilfrid Laurier University's Edna Staebler Writer in Residence.
Coming out of her shell 
textStruthers, Joy, "Coming out of her shell," Waterloo Chronicle, 21 Dec 2017, p. 18 Karaoke competition won by Waterloo woman leads to her recording her first songPhoto of Liane Stemmler
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