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First Responders Thanked In Saugeen Shores 09/13/2018
A good turnout for first responders at an appreciation community BBQ in Jubilee Park. this story contains audio!
Pumpkinfest Is Coming Up Soon 09/13/2018
Organizers say the 33rd annual Pumpkinfest wiill be bigger and better than ever.
Municipal Election Forums Next Week 09/13/2018
The Dufferin Board of Trade hosting 7 forums starting in Orangeville next Tuesday, followed by Shelburne.
Mudmoiselle Raises $100,000 09/13/2018
Mudmoiselle had its best year both in terms of turnout and fundraising. this story contains audio!
OPP Have New Black Cat Radar  09/13/2018
At the request of OPP, Brockton is providing its area police with a state of the art radar. this story contains audio!
Huron Votes To Extend Plan For Land Ambulance Response Times 09/13/2018
EMS official says poor weather, road closures main barriers facing Huron ambulances. this story contains audio!
Goderich To Offer Voter Help Centre, Ahead Of Election 09/12/2018
Town Hall to be site of voter help centre, in days leading up to October 22nd municipal vote.
Update From The OPG On The DGR  09/12/2018
Ontario Power Generation updating councils, saying approval process continues to move along.
BBQ In Southampton To Thank First Responders 09/12/2018
A community barbecue will show appreciation for police, firefighters and paramedics.
3rd Avenue Work To Be Done In Three Weeks  09/12/2018
The $3.2-million reconstruction project is slightly ahead of schedule. this story contains audio!
Postal Workers Vote In Favour Of Strike Action 09/12/2018
Talks will continue for a new agreement, ahead of Sept. 26 strike date.
Just Over 100 People Have Joined Huron Wind Turbine Study 09/12/2018
Health unit officials still looking for participants, who have until October 31st to take part. this story contains audio!
Expert On Troubled Youth To Speak In Mitchell 09/11/2018
Dr. Michael Ungar to discuss his new book on helping parents of troubled teens.
Bruce County Museum Raising Expansion Money  09/11/2018
Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre is on an 11.6-million-dollar quest to raise funds. this story contains audio!
Wasaga Beach Downtown Project 09/11/2018
Fewer condos in the beach area after residents expressed concerns about adequate parking. this story contains audio!
Goderich Supports Principle Plan For New County Admin Building 09/11/2018
Possible new building would be constructed on former Victoria Public School lot. this story contains audio!
Four Charged In Watford Drug Raid 09/11/2018
OPP say search turned up drugs, shotgun, ammunition and cash.
Police Report Rash Of Bike Thefts In Goderich 09/10/2018
OPP recommend keeping bikes inside, recording serial numbers, using heavy-duty locks. this story contains audio!
Jr Attack Win Early Bird Titles 09/10/2018
Minor Hockey Scores
Interest In Owen Sound Pot Shops  09/10/2018
There's business interest, but pot shop plans are on pause as City awaits more information. this story contains audio!
Huron County To Recognize Day Of National Remembrance 09/10/2018
Flags to fly at half mast in Huron, in recognition of Ecole Polytechnique shooting of 1989. this story contains audio!
Province-Wide Student Walk-Out Against Sex-Ed Changes 09/10/2018
September 21st walk-out to oppose Doug Ford government rollback in elementary sex-ed. this story contains audio!
Special Recognition For Hanover Fire Chief 09/9/2018
Jeff Dentinger honour by town council
Walk-It For Parkinson's In Saugeen Shores 09/9/2018
Event begins at 2 this afternoon
Owen Sound Parkinson's Walk Today 09/9/2018
Registration at 1 p.m. at Bayshore, event starts at 2
Final Day Of Intensified Search For Lisa Maas 09/7/2018
A local man has brought in forensic experts to help find Lisa Maas who went missing in 1988. this story contains audio!
Special Plan To Honour Local Veterans 09/7/2018
Collingwood BIA and Royal Canadian Legion team up to mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1.
Blyth Steam Show Returns For Weekend Festivities 09/7/2018
Huron Pioneer Thresher & Hobby Association celebrates 57th anniversary during Steam Show. this story contains audio!
New Veterans Banners 09/6/2018
There is a new project in Collingwood to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Huron OPP Recruiting High School Kids For Police-Youth Council 09/6/2018
Students interested in council can contact their respective high school principal.
Hanover & Brockton Fall Activity Registration Tonight  09/6/2018
There will be numerous sports, programs and activities to choose from and sign up for. this story contains audio!
Sports And Program Registration Tonight 09/6/2018
Owen Sound is holding a fall and winter registration event tonight. this story contains audio!
Registration Night 09/6/2018
Interview with Andy O'Leary this story contains audio!
Huron County Completing Priority List, Ahead Of Municipal Vote 09/6/2018
Economic Development has completed priorities, while Social and Cultural Services nearly done. this story contains audio!
United Way Announces Goal for Fundraising Campaign 09/5/2018
The organization announced a goal of $3.6 million for social programs in the region.
Lambton OPP Lay 164 Charges Over Labour Day Weekend 09/5/2018
Lambton police responded to 321 calls during the long weekend, with most charges laid for speeding.
Scholarship Award For Fryer 09/5/2018
Netminder Wins SWRSA Honor
OPDC And Hydro One To Refile Application With OEB 09/5/2018
City of Orillia says the OEB did not rule on a key element of the deal.
UNIFOR Says They Have Plan B, If NAFTA Talks Fail 09/5/2018
Union's National Secretary/Treasurer says Americans and Canadians would be hurt by lack of trade deal. this story contains audio!
Morris-Turnberry Killed, After Being Kicked By Horse 09/5/2018
OPP say 60 year old James Robert McGee was kicked by spooked horse Saturday.
Clinton Man Dies, Follow Gas Can Explosion 09/5/2018
Police say 66 year old Brian Miller succombed to injuries, following weekend incident in Clinton.
Armed Forces To Conduct Military Training At Former Youth Centre, Near Goderich 09/5/2018
CAF will conduct training between September 4-10 at former Bluewater Youth Centre
New Mental Health Resources Available For Huron County Students 09/4/2018
Health professionals, online resources new for suffering students in Huron County schools this story contains audio!
Candidates Shared Platforms In Sauble Beach  09/4/2018
About 200 people were at a meeting to see where candidates stand on local issues. this story contains audio!
Back To School 09/4/2018
Police are ready for the first day of school. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce Liberal Candidate Warns Against Negative Immigration Rhetoric 09/4/2018
Allan Thompson says immigrants from Europe, UK helped shaped riding in early days. this story contains audio!
Pink Fire Truck 09/3/2018
Clearview Township Fire has a pink fire truck.
Georgian College Orientation Tuesday 09/3/2018
There won't be any classes on the first day of school at any of the seven Georgian College campuses.
Labour Day Parade 09/2/2018
Saugeen Shores is gearing up for the 2nd largest parade in the province.
Second Arrest Made in Drug Trafficking Investigation 08/31/2018
A 34-year-old Toronto man is facing charges stemming a raid at an Orillia home in April.

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