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Charges in Migrant Deaths 10/21/2011
Filsinger's Organic Foods of Ayton faces four charges for death of two workers.
Dog Rescued from Creek 10/21/2011
Molson the Golden Retriever trapped by rushing water, team effort frees the dog.
Premier Announces Cabinet 10/20/2011
News Release from Premier about new 22 member cabinet, all are previous ministers.
Industrial Accident in Lucknow 10/20/2011
35 year old man injured by a steel post at Ontario Windsmith in Lucknow.
High Water Bulletin 10/19/2011
Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority issues warning about water levels.
Future of Bruce Bridges 10/19/2011
Residents can have a say about the future of several Bruce County bridges tonight. this story contains audio!
Man Falls Off Roof 10/19/2011
32 year old Durham man falls 25 feet from roof, in hospital with serious injuries.
Four Injured in Crash 10/19/2011
Two adults and two kids injured after driver fell asleep and vehicle leaves road.
COPS Meeting in Mount Forest 10/19/2011
Residents will learn about crime prevention, reporting crime at tonight's meeting.
Health Unit Contemplates Charges 10/18/2011
Lab tests confirm raw milk at Schmidt rally, case now in hands of lawyers.
Homeowner Saved From Fire 10/18/2011
Person saved from house fire thanks to someone who happened to be passing by.
School Lockdown Ends 10/18/2011
Police have suspect, lockdown ends at Upper Thames Elementary and Mitchell High.
Meeting on Human Trafficking 10/18/2011
You may not think human trafficking is a problem, but there are others who disagree. this story contains audio!
Toddler Locked in Closet 10/18/2011
Police use saw in rescue child who got locked in a closet.
Three Fires on Weekend 10/17/2011
Bruce Peninsula OPP are investigating three fires at homes and business.
Fire Destroys Home 10/16/2011
A giant blaze was seen off of Highway 21 near Saugeen First Nation
No Swimming for Hanover Students 10/15/2011
Councillor upset swim lessons for Hanover Heights students has been cancelled. this story contains audio!
Laser Pointed at Police Chopper 10/15/2011
Orillia OPP looking for person who aimed a high intensity laser at a police helicopter.
School Locked Down 10/15/2011
Barrie high school locked down after wanted man walked into school.
Goderich State of Emergency Lifted 10/14/2011
Council approves end to declaration imposed shortly after the tornado this story contains audio!
Missing Wiarton Man Found Safe 10/14/2011
75 year old Darrel Root was found in Tecumseh, safe; being reunited with family
Baby Born After Deer Crash 10/14/2011
Expecting family gets a ride to hospital for newborn delivery after a crash with a deer.
Tornado Cleanup Aftermath 10/13/2011
Huron Emergency Services lists some concerns after tornado cleanup in Goderich. this story contains audio!
Who Can Help in Tornado Cleanup 10/13/2011
Goderich clears up confusion about who can help clean up debris after tornado.
Rally for Michael Schmidt 10/13/2011
National Farmers Union organizes rally in support of Durham area raw milk producer. this story contains audio!
Pump N Run Chase 10/13/2011
OPP arrest three people who led Police on chase after skipping gas bill.
Fire Prevention Week 10/13/2011
Fire Prevention Officer offers fire safety tips, reminds you to check smoke alarms. this story contains audio!
More Goderich Roads Open 10/12/2011
Goderich will open more roads this week after more tornado debris is cleared.
Fire Open House 10/12/2011
Hanover Fire Department opens its doors to the community tonight. this story contains audio!
Turkey Hunting Begins 10/12/2011
Take extra caution, hunters advised to wear bright clothing as turkey hunting begins.
New Ambulance Base at Blue 10/11/2011
Grey County Council approves construction of a new base in Craigleith this story contains audio!
Fish and Bird Die-off At Beach 10/9/2011
Wasaga Provincial Park staff asks you to stay clear if you see any dead birds or fish.
Cyclist Killed in Collision 10/8/2011
Man dies after car strikes him from behind on Mill Road on Friday night.
Hunger Strike for Farmer 10/7/2011
Michael Schmidt is going hungry in his battle to legalize distribution and sale of raw milk. this story contains audio!
Surplus for Grey County? 10/5/2011
Grey County could end up with a surplus of over one million dollars this year. this story contains audio!
More Black Bear Sightings 10/5/2011
OPP alerted to more black bear sightings in Kincardine and Inverhuron.
Young Moose Visits Wasaga 10/5/2011
Several sightings of young female moose in Wasaga Beach.
Better Lights in Exeter 10/5/2011
South Huron has plan to upgrade Exeter traffic lights for flow and visually impaired.
More Bear Sightings 10/4/2011
Residents call Police about black bear sightings near Miramichi Bay.
Community Helps With Emergency Plan 10/4/2011
South Huron Council will communicate with public about ideas for emergency plan.
Truck Crashes Into Train 10/3/2011
Five people sent to hospital after pickup hauling horse trailer collides with freight train.
Bayshore Broadcasting Afternoon Sports 09/30/2011
Sept 30 Afternoon Local Sports this story contains audio!
Man Falls Under Bridge 09/29/2011
Man treated at hospital after hitting his head on rocks in the Sydenham River.
Emergency Workers at Blue 09/29/2011
EMS workers gather for three day conference, today is last day.
Counterfeit Lululemon 09/28/2011
No charges laid yet as RCMP look into counterfeit Lululemon wear in Port Edward.
Demolitions to Start Soon 09/27/2011
Several buildings in Goderich Square will start to come down in the coming weeks.
Meaford Fire on Trial 09/27/2011
Meaford and District Fire Department faces six charges from Labour Ministry.
Stone Throwers Loose 09/27/2011
OPP looking for kids who were throwing stones at vehicles at Saugeen First Nation.
Fatal Farming Accident 09/27/2011
A 71 year old man has died in a farming accident in Caledon.
Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports 09/23/2011
Sept 23, 2011 this story contains audio!

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