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Alleged killers of Ancaster’s Tim Bosma head straight to trial
The Attorney General’s office has signed off on the rare request made by the Crown’s office last month for a direct indictment, which allows the case to skip a preliminary trial.
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A tribute to Tim
Ancaster businessman Steve Dunn is just grateful he can do something to help.

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Friday, October, 17, 2014 - 5:05:46 PM
Leanne Pluthero selling T-shirts to help save Ancaster’s Hermitage ruins "Great article and thank you so much for writing this up! So glad to spread the word!"
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Will Hamilton's next mayor have urban or suburban vision and priorities? "As a suburbanite, and supporter of the city I'm pretty sure this part is wrong, "This will be the first time a mayoral candidate is trumpeting Hamilton’s suburbs to have a place at the decision-making table rather than just being the cash cow that "
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Millard says he didn’t kill Ancaster husband and father
From behind a turquoise prison door, Dellen Millard tentatively appears, a tall man in an orange prison jumpsuit, contained behind a thick glass wall.
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Preliminary hearing dates set in Bosma murder case
An eight-week preliminary hearing has been scheduled for Mark Smich and Dellen Millard, the two men charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Ancaster husband and father Tim Bosma.
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Tim’s Tribute provides assistance to homicide victims
Sharlene Bosma is honouring her late husband, Tim, with a new charity that will help other victims of homicide.
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Martha’s Trouble band member heading home for memorial concert
Prayer For the Broken Heart will be among the tunes to take centre stage during a Martha’s Trouble fundraising concert on Aug. 9 at the Royal Botanical Gardens.
Bosma fundraiser offered a shoulder to cry on and a helping hand
It was a celebration of life, a community reaching out and supporting one another, in honour of our friend, Tim Bosma.
Friends and neighbours gather for fundraiser
Friends and Neighbours for the Bosma Family has organized a fundraiser scheduled for this Friday, June 14, beginning at 7 p.m. at the Copetown Community Centre.
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Hope and joy spring eternal
As the children splashed about during an overcast afternoon at Ancaster’s new spray pad, Tim Bosma would have found peace watching the families enjoy the day together.
Words are more powerful than the sword
What an eloquent, gripping response to a senseless, tragic event that ruined the lives of good people in our community.
Our Tim will always be remembered
I read editor Debra Downey’s River of Tears piece and was moved.
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Selfless act of kindness
Photographer Crystal Bell had a busy day on May 25, doing eleven photo shoots at Gage Park.
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Prayer For the Broken Heart raises funds for In Memory of Tim Bosma
Jen Slocumb-Coates and her Alabama-based band are doing what they can to ease the pain of the Bosma family in Ancaster.
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Magic raises funds for Bosma family
Like many others in the community, Chris Denholm was praying for a happy ending that never came.
A strong network
At the best of times, social media is written off as nothing more than a fad, a time-waster, a realm filled with cute cat photos and jokes of dubious taste
A river of tears over love lost
have cried a river of tears this month for a woman I have never met and a toddler whose name I do not know.
My Friend proceeds go to Bosma family
Local band In My Coma will donate all proceeds for the next three months from the sale of its song, My Friend, to the Bosma family trust fund.
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Oakville man second suspect to face first-degree murder charge in Bosma slaying
Hamilton police have arrested a second suspect in the murder of Tim Bosma and are now focusing their search on a third suspect.
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