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News for Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Meaford Cell-Tower Relocated 04/24/2014
Deputy Mayor, Harley Greenfield isn't pleased with the Boucher Street location either. this story contains audio!
MP Upset About Fishing Nets 04/24/2014
Miller claims commercial fishermen are violating agreement, MNR sitting on hands. this story contains audio!
Lakehead Building Named Simcoe Hall 04/24/2014
The main academic building on the Orillia campus was renamed after the County of Simcoe. this story contains audio!
Premier Unsure of Early Election  04/24/2014
Wynne receives no budget input from opposition, unsure if election will be called this story contains audio!
Wandering Moose Located 04/24/2014
OPP and MNR were able to tranquilize the moose and relocate it to its natural surroundings.
Clarke Officially in Race for Mayor 04/24/2014
Orillia businessman is first declared candidate; wants to bring people together. this story contains audio!
Green Party Meets Tonight 04/24/2014
Bruce Grey Owen Sound riding association holds AGM tonight.
No New Hospital for Kincardine 04/24/2014
SBGHC gives up on plans for a rebuild, now focusing on redevelopment project. this story contains audio!
Physio Money in Simcoe County 04/24/2014
Ontario announces a million dollars for physiotherapy in Simcoe Muskoka.
Repair Work at Kincardine Airport  04/24/2014
Siding will be replaced at two buildings, but Manager wants a new runway. this story contains audio!
Housing Handed to Bruce County 04/24/2014
Rotary Non Profit Accommodations hands over ownership of Elgin Place West. this story contains audio!
Conservation Authority Bans ATVs 04/24/2014
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority outlaws ATVs on conservation land this story contains audio!
Controlled Burn Delayed 04/24/2014
Weather delays fire planned for 22 acre piece of Simcoe County Forest.
Nominees for Tommy Cooper 04/24/2014
Brian Gilroy, Jacquie Hendry and Murray Calder are nominated for farm award.
Heritage Fair at Grey Roots  04/24/2014
Students from 5 schools and 16 classrooms will show off work about Canada's past.
Bowls for Beds Sunday 04/24/2014
Goal is to raise $25,000 for Transitional Housing at Bowls for Beds on Sunday. this story contains audio!
Moose in Orillia 04/24/2014
Young moose spotted at north end of Orillia, OPP ask people to watch out.
Break-ins in Lambton Shores 04/24/2014
OPP looking for suspects after 30 trailers were broken into during spring thaw.
Food Leads to Careless Driving 04/24/2014
A North Bay man was seen eating and driving at the same time.

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Date: 8:00 PM EDT Thursday 24 April 2014  
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