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Spitfires Extend Point Streak 12/8/2017
Attack at Guelph Tonight
Brockman Scores in OT 12/8/2017
Grey Bruce Ladies Broomball + Ladies Volleyball
OPP Charity Hockey Game a Success 12/8/2017
The 9th Annual Fall Classic Police Hockey Tournament at Honeywood Arena a success Thursday.

Armed And Dangerous Suspect Sought.  12/7/2017
OPP tell staff and students to stay inside at Sullivan Community school.
New Warden Takes Over In Bruce County. 12/7/2017
Paul Eagleson returns to the chair he held in 1995. this story contains audio!
Seminar On Stress And Trauma In Owen Sound. 12/7/2017
Dr. Benjamin Loveday will discuss how to protect children from the impact of stress. this story contains audio!
GDCI Students Collect Food Door-To-Door 12/7/2017
You are encouraged to leave non-perishable food items on your porch for high school students. this story contains audio!
Port Albert General Store To Close For Winter 12/7/2017
Store owner says rising minimum wage, inability to sell alcohol factors in seasonal closure. this story contains audio!
Two Bruce Communities Still In DGR Running 12/7/2017
South Bruce & Huron-Kinloss are still up for Deep Geologic Repository consideration.
Firefighters Fill the Shelves at Local Food Bank 12/7/2017
The Saugeen Shores Firefighters held their Annual Food Drive Saturday, Nov. 25th, 2017. this story contains audio!
More Graffiti Reported in Penetanguishene 12/7/2017
Several properties were hit including the curling club and the OPP Community Policing office.
Bulls Win 12/7/2017
Knights Host Civics In GMHL Tonight
2018 Capital Budget Not Yet Finalized 12/6/2017
There are no definitive numbers to report just yet or how it would affect you. this story contains audio!
Soil Expert To Speak In Clinton 12/6/2017
Dr. David R. Montgomery to discuss links between soil health and economics. this story contains audio!
Shipwreck Discovered Near Wiarton. 12/6/2017
Divers believe they have located the Jane Miller, which went down in 1881. this story contains audio!
Shelburne Police to Carry Naloxone 12/6/2017
Shelburne Police to carry Naloxone nasal spray in case of accidental exposure to drugs.
Nominations Open For Inspiring Women Of Huron 2018 12/5/2017
Essay and video nominations can be made this year, with a deadline of January 31st.
Huron, Lambton, Middlesex Public Transit Talks Continue 12/5/2017
Transit Steering Committee member says province interested in funding rural transit pilot projects. this story contains audio!
Chief and Constable Honoured for Service 12/5/2017
Shelburne Police Chief Kent Moore and Constable Carey Widbur receive exemplary service medals.
Crowding In the ER 12/5/2017
Officials at OSMH asking people with non-urgent conditions to consider alternate health care options. this story contains audio!
Dart Tracking System Not In Huron OPP's Immediate Future 12/5/2017
OPP demonstrated dart tracker during Festive R.I.D.E. opening, but there are no plans for trackers in Huron. this story contains audio!
Ontario Pedals Money To Orillia For Bike Lanes 12/5/2017
Cash for new cycling route and three other projects. this story contains audio!
Bike Route Funding for Two Local Towns 12/5/2017
The Ontario government is giving
Minor Hockey Roundup 12/4/2017
Goderich Ag Park Reaches $800k In Fundraising 12/4/2017
More funding comes in from numerous businesses as construction begins on future Recreation Park.
Owen Sound To See 2% Tax Hike  12/4/2017
2018 draft budget approved by Council at 61.9 million dollars.
Mental Health A Struggle for Some During Holiday Season 12/4/2017
The hustle and bustle of the Holiday Season can be a tough time for many people. this story contains audio!
Vigil To Shed Light on Violence 12/4/2017
Annual Women's Vigil will raise awareness against violence & sexual harassment. this story contains audio!
Habitat For Humanity Need Volunteers For Goderich Build 12/4/2017
Anyone with experience with insulation or vapour barriers needed for latest home build.
Huron-Bruce MPP Wants Better Long-Term Care Bed Access 12/4/2017
Lisa Thompson calls on province to create more long-term care beds in rural Ontario. this story contains audio!
Clubhouse Broken Into In Gated Community Near Grand Bend 12/4/2017
OPP say guitars, lights, amplifier stolen during robbery at Grand Cove Estates.
College Student Drop Out Deadline Tuesday 12/4/2017
Thousands of students could be eligible for a refund if they withdraw from classes by tomorrow.
Aqua Theatre Renovations 12/4/2017
Rotary Club of Orillia mulling over ways how it can help.
Nominate a Woman in the Community 12/4/2017
The Leading Women/Leading Girls Program is accepting nominations for deserving individuals.
Collingwood Commitee Talks Trails 12/4/2017
Attack Fall to Guelph in Shootout 12/3/2017
Fifth straight loss for Owen Sound
OPP Executes Search Warrant in Wiarton 12/3/2017
Two people face drug charges
Festival in the Park 12/2/2017
You can take a sleigh ride, cookie decorating with Mrs. Claus and much more
North North Huron Aquatic Centre Now Open 12/2/2017
North Huron Aquatic Centre official reopening today.
Boris Panovski Trial Date Set 12/1/2017
73 year old Scarborough man will answer to murder, attempted murder charges May 8th, 2018
Saugeen Shores Police Chief Sworn in 12/1/2017
Mike Bellai replaces Dan Rivett, who retired Thursday after 20-years in policing in Saugeen Shores this story contains audio!
Goderich Businessman Passes Away 12/1/2017
45 year-old Frank Rozic was the owner-operator of Frankie's Pizza
Kinectrics Breaks Ground on New Facility 12/1/2017
Up to 50 jobs are up for grabs as another Bruce Power supplier locates in Bruce County.
Volunteer Needed For Goderich Rink Construction 12/1/2017
Organizers need helpful hands to help build outdoor ice rinks at Victoria Park. this story contains audio!
Sebringville Business Recognized For Living Wage 12/1/2017
Woodcock Brothers Transportation Group recognize for wages by Perth-Huron United Way.
Four Charged In Huron East Drug Raid 12/1/2017
Two men, two women charged after methamphetamine, marijuana found in home.
OLG supports infrastructure in Hanover 12/1/2017
OLG chipping in $1,050,000 for capital projects in the town
Shelburne and Other Towns Welcome Santa 12/1/2017
Several Santa Claus parades set for Saturday, Shelburne, Bolton, Beeton and Dundalk.
Overnight Parking Bans In Effect. 11/30/2017
Many municipalities have now prohibited parking on streets as we head into the winter months.
Last Day For Police Chief Dan Rivett 11/30/2017
Chief says he's looking forward to retirement and yet, he's apprehensive about it as well. this story contains audio!

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