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Jail Dominates Meeting 09/9/2011
Candidates focus on pending Walkerton jail closure at all candidates meeting. this story contains audio!
WiFi Hits Campaign 09/9/2011
Provincial Party Leaders comment on wireless internet in schools.
FASD Awareness 09/9/2011
Special event in Owen Sound raises awareness about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. this story contains audio!
Hanover Relay for Life 09/9/2011
Some 200 people will help raise money for the Canadian Cancer Society tonight. this story contains audio!
Courthouse Remains Closed 09/8/2011
It could be two months before services resume at Courthouse in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Collingwood School Yanks Wifi 09/8/2011
Private school says hard wired is faster, with no worries for students and parents.
Funding for Southampton ER 09/8/2011
GBHS Lab and ER project approved by the Ministry of Health. this story contains audio!
Money for Hospital 09/8/2011
Simcoe County provides over 300 thousand dollars to Collingwood Hospital.
Alzheimer Coffee Breaks 09/8/2011
this story contains audio!
West Nile in Barrie 09/7/2011
Health Unit confirms virus found in mosquito pool, but not in humans.
Success For Owen Sound Minor Soccer 09/7/2011
Interview with club Head Coach Keith Mason this story contains audio!
Moving Into New School 09/6/2011
Students from Colborne Central are adaping to new surroundings at Victoria Public.
Catholic Board Ready 09/6/2011
Bruce Grey Catholic School Board anticipates busy, promising school year. this story contains audio!
Dogs Bite Boy 09/6/2011
Grey Bruce Health Unit looking for owner of two dogs that bit a boy in Walkerton.
What to Pack in School Lunch 09/6/2011
Advice from Health Unit on what to pack for students back to school lunches. this story contains audio!
Healthier Food In Schools 09/5/2011
Fries are out at Ontario's schools, along with chips, pop, and other unhealthy foods.
Kelso Beach Closed Again 09/2/2011
One day after giving all clear, the health unit closes the Owen Sound beach.
Kelso Beach Okay to Swim 09/1/2011
The all clear has been given for swimming at Kelso after new tests of the water.
Hanover Fights for Beds 09/1/2011
The plan to move 41 beds from Hanover to Chesley continues to run into opposition. this story contains audio!
Woman Hit at Crosswalk 08/31/2011
OPP say the 62 year old victim suffered serious injuries after being hit by vehicle.
Two Injured in Chatsworth Crash 08/31/2011
OPP say two vehicles collided head-on on Highway 10, but both drivers survived.
New College Health Centre Is Open 08/31/2011
The new health centre at Georgian College in Barrie is officially open.
County Back At Work 08/30/2011
Huron County administration is operating after having to vacate Goderich courthouse.
Expanding Smoking Ban 08/29/2011
Health Unit supports plan to ban smoking at parks, patios and beaches. this story contains audio!
Trauma Info for Tornado Victims 08/29/2011
The East Street Station in Goderich is hosting an expert in emotional trauma. this story contains audio!
Mail Available in Goderich 08/29/2011
Canada Post has set up a temporary pick-up spot at Suncoast Mall in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Relay for Life Success 08/29/2011
Relay for Life at SDSS in July raised over 116 thousand dollars for Cancer Society.
Green Light for Hospital Expansion 08/27/2011
MPP Carol Mitchell offers funds for Kincardine hospital, if Liberals win re-election. this story contains audio!
Bayshore Race Set To Go 08/27/2011
Over 500 people expected to participate in 2nd annual race in support of hospital. this story contains audio!
Wellness Roadtrip in City 08/27/2011
The third annual Wellness Roadtrip stops at several locations in Owen Sound today. this story contains audio!
Household Hazardous Waste Day 08/27/2011
Southern Bruce County residents can unload some hazardous material today.
Rebuilding in Goderich 08/26/2011
OPP fully re-open highways, Goderich forms two committees to help rebuild.
RVH Receive Millions 08/24/2011
Royal Victoria Hospital in Barrie receives 4.5 million dollars ffor expansion.
Ecoli in Grey Bruce 08/23/2011
8 people recovering after getting same Ecoli strain that killed 7 people in Walkerton. this story contains audio!
Former Premier on Tour 08/23/2011
Bill Davis will spend some time in ridings to help PC election campaign. this story contains audio!
Protecting Long Term Beds 08/23/2011
About 200 people attend meeting to express concern over idea to move beds. this story contains audio!
Big Bike In Owen Sound 08/23/2011
Big Bike for Stroke will travel through downtown for Heart and Stroke fundraiser. this story contains audio!
A Letter from Jack Layton 08/22/2011
The federal NDP Leader leaves a letter before he passed away Monday morning.
VRE Outbreak Over 08/22/2011
Grey Bruce Health Services re-opens Unit 6-1 to Admissions after tests show no VRE.
VRE Outbreak Continues 08/21/2011
Officials at GBHS believe the two week old VRE outbreak could be over on Monday.
Warden Preps for AMO 08/20/2011
Bruce Warden and Saugeen Shores Mayor has a full slate of meetings at AMO. this story contains audio!
Hazardous Waste Disposal Day 08/20/2011
Today's the day some Bruce County Residents can get rid household hazardous waste.
Improving Wingham Hospital 08/19/2011
No dollar amount given, but province to help fund improvements at Wingham hospital. this story contains audio!
More Profits at Bruce Telecom 08/18/2011
Bruce Telecom reports net income of 320 thousand dollars in second quarter. this story contains audio!
Hospital CEO Confirms Questions 08/18/2011
CEO says G&M values its staff, planning to meet with ONA.
Search for Biting Cat 08/18/2011
Health Unit is looking for cat and owner after it went into a home and bit a man.
VRE Outbreak Continues 08/17/2011
One new patient found with bacteria so Unit 6-1 remains closed to new admissions. this story contains audio!
Hospital, ONA to Meet 08/17/2011
ONA President calls Collingwood Hospital's relations 'abysmal', to talk about conditions.
West Nile Found in Stratford 08/17/2011
Public Health officials say West Nile found in mosquitoes but not in humans.
HEAT Wants Muncipalities To Do More 08/17/2011
Huron East Against Turbines has hope for municipalities pinned with wind projects.

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