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News for Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Catholic Director of Education moving up 03/5/2015
Catherine Montreuil is becoming Assistant Deputy Minister of Education in Toronto. this story contains audio!
More Advisories Over Frozen Water 03/5/2015
Lion's Head water users asked to run tap all day every day to avoid freezing lines.
Frozen Watermain in Meaford 03/5/2015
More Meaford residents lose water service due to deep freeze, free water offered.
Freezing Pipe Advisory in Goderich 03/5/2015
Goderich officials continue asking residents to run cold water tap, 24-7.
Hefty Tax Hike in Howick  03/5/2015
Township whittles down 27% hike to 9%; blames rise on provincial cutbacks this story contains audio!
Bus Route Changes in Owen Sound 03/5/2015
City officially launches new buses on Monday, Council to review route system. this story contains audio!
Hydro Billing Scam 03/5/2015
People are receiving calls demanding payment or risk having power cut off.
MPP Advocates Drug Coverage 03/5/2015
Tory Lisa Thompson says interim drug coverage for rare disease not enough this story contains audio!
New Catholic Trustee Selected 03/5/2015
Michael Lemme chosen over Allan Kempert as new Catholic Trustee in Brockton.
Arrest Made in Drug Store Robbery 03/5/2015
23 year old man charged with robbery at Hometown IDA store in Huntsville.
OPP Cruiser Struck By Pickup 03/5/2015
Cruiser struck by oncoming truck, despite lights being activated
Dinner to Support Wye Marsh 03/5/2015
MPP Garfield Dunlop hosts 9th annual dinner in support of the Wye Marsh. this story contains audio!
Injured Driver Faces Charges 03/5/2015
23 year old charged after rolling pickup, alcohol detected by police
Theft of Tools 03/5/2015
Over $31,000 worth of tools and equipment were stolen from a construction site.
Keeso Success Continues  03/5/2015
After winning Canadian Screen Award, Jared Keeso will get his own TV series. this story contains audio!
Donation for Police Initiatives 03/5/2015
Quota International of Owen Sound donates $1000 to two City Police led initiatives.
Poem Wins Money for Habitat 03/5/2015
Poem by Wasaga student nets Habitat for Humanity Collingwood $5,000.

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Date: 6:00 PM EST Thursday 5 March 2015  
Very cold this morning, then a mix of Sun and Cloud.

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