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Huron County Looks At Replacing Senior Home Sprinkler Systems 02/21/2019
Price tag to replace fire extinguishing sprinklers $1.7 million. this story contains audio!
AMGH Foundation Looks For 10 Year Commitment 02/20/2019
foundation looking to replace CT scanner & upgrade mental health facility. this story contains audio!
Nearly 400 People Tour U.S. Coast Guard Ship In Goderich 02/12/2019
Lieutenant Commander says hundreds visited vessel docked during poor weather.
Opening Of Goderich's Bannister Park Delayed 02/11/2019
Officials say town's new recreation park will open Canada Day. this story contains audio!
Huron Residential Hospice Asks County For $1 Million Loan 02/7/2019
Officials say loan would pay for additional four rooms, and would be paid back in 10 years. this story contains audio!
Moratorium Called For Grant Requests From Goderich Town Hall 02/5/2019
Several organizations have made grant requests, but their fate will be decided during budget talks.
Goderich Recreation Park Named "Bannister Park" 02/5/2019
Town votes on name, honouring Carl and Marilyn Bannister. this story contains audio!
Huron Ready For Possible Cuts In Homelessness Programs 02/4/2019
Homelessness Programs Supervisor says department will make most of any funds providing by province. this story contains audio!
"Win This Space" Business Contest Comes To Clinton 01/31/2019
Contest will provide free business space in Clinton for a year to the lucky winner.
Former Councillor Carol Lawrence Passes Away  01/29/2019
West Grey lowers flags to half-mast to honour Lawrence's years in the public service.
Local MPP Wants Input on Budget 01/28/2019
The provincial budget deliberations starting and MPP for Dufferin Caledon Sylvia Jones seeks input from residents.
Huron East Mayor To Appeal For Stop Sign In Ethel 01/28/2019
Bernie MacLellan says main intersection dangerous due to poor visibility. this story contains audio!
Goderich To Re-Examine Community Grants 01/25/2019
Move to re-examine how grants are given suggestion by councillor Donnelly at latest town hall meeting. this story contains audio!
Ontario Ag Minister Promotes Mental Health For Farmers 01/24/2019
Ernie Hardeman encourages farmers to seek help for mental health issues.
Health Official Says New Canada Food Guide More "Inclusive" 01/24/2019
Public Health Dieitician says federal food guidelines promote dietary variety, rather than food groups. this story contains audio!
Cannabis Operation In Goderich Awaiting Health Canada Approval 01/23/2019
"Hempsana" looking to open facility in Goderich, to extract CBD oil from hemp strains. this story contains audio!
North Huron Opts Out Of Cannabis Retail Shops 01/22/2019
North Huron becomes second municipality in Huron County to opt-out of cannabis retail stores.
Budget Review Time at Orangeville Council 01/22/2019
Council would like to cut $763,000 from the operating budget.
Independent Committee To Decide On Payraise For Goderich Councillors 01/22/2019
Talks of payraise come as federal government to tax councillors' income more heavily. this story contains audio!
A Second Name Added in Race to Succeed Miller as Tory Nominee 01/21/2019
Chesley resident Chad Richards currently serves as legislative assistant to the Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP
Calls to 9-1-1 Rise In Huron County In 2018 01/21/2019
Chief of EMS Services says calls to 9-1-1 dispatch took a 15% jump over previous year.
Huron County Homeless Largely Hidden, Officials Say 01/21/2019
Homelessness Programs Supervisor says many homeless couch surf, making it hard to estimate numbers. this story contains audio!

Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound MP Will Not Seek Re-Election 01/18/2019
Larry Miller has been MP in riding since 2004 this story contains audio!
Huron County Begins Budget Talks 01/17/2019
Starting point for county levy is 3.75% increase, with talks continuing in coming weeks.
Building Permits Down In Brockton 01/14/2019
There appears to be a slight downward trend for building permits issued in Brockton. this story contains audio!
Goderich Mayor Apologizes For Inauguration Gaffe 01/14/2019
John Grace calls inauguration "wrong" after several councillors sworn in at once, rather than individually.
Huron-Bruce Remarkable Citizens Awards Postponed 01/10/2019
Awards will run on snow date, January 16th at Teeswater Town Hall, 7:30 p.m..
Goderich Provides $5,000 For 4th Annual ICEtacular 01/10/2019
Event will feature an ice playground in downtown Goderich. this story contains audio!
Goderich Opts In To Cannabis Storefronts 01/8/2019
By vote of 5-1, Goderich votes to allow cannabis retail shops. this story contains audio!
Goderich Council To Debate Cannabis Storefronts Monday 01/7/2019
Town council will have to decide over next two meetings whether to opt-in to cannabis retail stores. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Liberal Candidate Says Positive Approach Needed In Politics 12/31/2018
Allan Thompson says residents are tired of "politics by tweet." this story contains audio!
Goderich Deputy Mayor Says Affordable Housing Needed 12/31/2018
Myles Murdock says business growth tied to affordable housing in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Central Huron Opts-In To Cannabis Retail Stores 12/27/2018
Municipality votes to allow cannabis storefronts, beginning April 1st.
Former Goderich Mayor Moves On, After Election Loss 12/27/2018
Kevin Morrison says focus will turn to downtown business, tourism in small Mexican town. this story contains audio!
Returning Huron County Councillor Pledges To Work With Re-Elected Warden 12/21/2018
Runner-up for Warden, Jim Fergusson, says he and Warden Ginn feel housing, economy need to be addressed. this story contains audio!
Allan Thompson To Represent Liberals In Huron-Bruce In 2019 Federal Election 12/21/2018
Huron-Bruce Federal Liberal Association says Thompson to be acclaimed as candidate January 12th.
Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Says OPG Strike Could Cause Blackouts 12/20/2018
Lisa Thompson continues work at Queen's Park to mandate OPG workers away from strike action.
Over 50 Delegates Attend Coastal Forum In Goderich 12/19/2018
Coastal Stewardship Coordinator says forum is major contributor to coastal action plan. this story contains audio!
Welding Training Coming To Goderich 12/18/2018
Ironworkers Local 736 picks up funds from Ottawa for welder training project.
Goderich To Review Cannabis Storefronts In New Year 12/17/2018
Mayor John Grace says more information coming on cannabis retail jobs for January vote. this story contains audio!
Police Asked to Investigate Missing Chain of Office 12/13/2018
Orangeville Police confirm they have been called in to look into the missing Chain of Office from Town Hall.
Jim Ginn Named Huron County Warden For Second Term 12/13/2018
Ginn says broadband internet, economic development to be priorities over next 2 years. this story contains audio!
Council Unanimously Approves Second Costing 12/11/2018
Orangeville Council unanimously approves moving forward on 2nd OPP costing for town police service.
Payraise Being Reviewed For Goderich Councillors 12/11/2018
Deputy Mayor say report follows move by Ottawa to tax councillor salaries more heavily. this story contains audio!
Chesley Bridge May Be Named After Local Family  12/10/2018
The Chesley Main Street Bridge could soon be known as the Oswald Bridge. this story contains audio!
Goderich Mayor Lays Out Priorities For New Council 12/10/2018
Economic Development, environment, youth retention to be priorities at first town council meeting this story contains audio!
Huron County Economic Development Project Receive Funding From Province 12/10/2018
Progressive Conservative MPP, Education Minister Lisa Thompson announces funding for several groups.
Investigation Continues for Missing Chain of Office 12/7/2018
Orangeville Mayor Sandy Brown is on the hunt for the Chain of Office, which hasn't been seen in quite a while.
Goderich's New Deputy Mayor Says Housing Key To Town's Future 12/7/2018
Myles Murdock says he supports housing, economic development visions with new Mayor. this story contains audio!
Retirement Party For David Inglis  12/6/2018
A celebration will be held in Walkerton for outgoing Mayor David Inglis. this story contains audio!

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