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Obstruction trial takes a break. 03/15/2017
The case involving Michael Schmidt and others on obstruction will resume on Friday.
Tommy Cooper Award Nominations Open 03/15/2017
The award recognizes outstanding contributions to farming and farm life in Grey and Bruce.
Rabid Calf In Blyth Area 03/8/2017
Health officials say calf and herd have been quarantined, following rabies discovery. this story contains audio!
Province to Help Local Distilleries 03/7/2017
Ontario government initiative to support small distillers and cideries including a local one.
Schmidt And Others On Trial For Obstruction 03/2/2017
Trial begins next week after people allegedly tried to block a raid on a raw milk farm last year. this story contains audio!
Emotions High at Final ARC Meeting in Chesley 03/1/2017
Many residents say closing Paisley Central would gut the community.
Hanover Raceway Season Cut Short 02/24/2017
Ontario Gaming has cut one race off the season, and reduced funding to Balanced Image race. this story contains audio!
Huron-Bruce MPP Says Hydro Costs Affect Farmers 02/24/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson was critical of the province, as members returned to Queen's Park. this story contains audio!
New Critic Role For Huron-Bruce Tory MPP Lisa Thompson 02/17/2017
Thompson appointed as party's Critic for International Trade, and Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation. this story contains audio!
ABCA Provides Funds For Drainage Projects 02/17/2017
Properties along the Ausable River drainage area eligible for funding. this story contains audio!
Huron County Approves 2017 Levy 02/16/2017
4.33% increase on county levy, meaning extra $4 for homeowners, $142 for farmers. this story contains audio!
Ripley Botanical Gardens Seeks Funding 02/16/2017
Due to popularity, the non-profit organization is looking for money to help it operate.
Costly Agricultural Drain Repairs  02/16/2017
It’s going to cost local farmers almost $454,000 to replace a 1915 municipal drain. this story contains audio!
Free Trees For Order In North Huron 02/14/2017
Limited supply available for order through municipality.
Pest Controllers Needed, Says OFA Director 02/13/2017
Patrick Jilesen says lowering the number of certified pest controllers more "red tape." this story contains audio!
Barley Locally Sourced for Distillery 02/13/2017
The Grand Spirits Distillery in Grand Valley is going to get barley from local growers. this story contains audio!
ARC Reports Bring Disappointment 02/8/2017
The preliminary final Accommodation Review staff reports for Paisley, Chesley & Markdale. this story contains audio!
OFA Says Benefits Could Come From NAFTA Talks 01/30/2017
Director Patrick Jilesen says opportunities could come in talks to update NAFTA. this story contains audio!
Pest Controller Bill Stalled In Legislature 01/25/2017
Bill 4 from Huron-Bruce MPP to be addressed in upcoming Environmental Bill of Rights registry. this story contains audio!
Shoppers being surveyed in Owen Sound 01/24/2017
Owen Sound DIA wants to know how you feel about shopping and services.
Huron Extends Public Consult On Natural Heritage Plan 01/16/2017
Concerned citizen relieves county will extend consult, after reports of sparsely-attended meetings in October.
Lisa Thompson Nominated For Re-Election 01/11/2017
Thompson will represent the Progressive Conservatives for Huron-Bruce in 2018 election.
Women Mentorship Program In Works For Huron-Bruce 01/9/2017
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson hopes the program will be instituted province-wide.
Holstein Rodeo Is No Longer 01/4/2017
Organizers are moving to an Agro Expo for 2017. this story contains audio!
Project Teaches Students to Farm 12/27/2016
The project will turn unused land at EDHS into farm land.
TPP Deal To Benefit Local Farmers Most 12/21/2016
Parliamentary Secretary says deal still being examined by Commons committee. this story contains audio!
Thousands Handed Out In Brockton 12/20/2016
Money is flowing from the Community Well Being Fund. this story contains audio!
Rabid Skunk Found Near Blyth 12/19/2016
Health officials say herd of cows near skunk sighting have been quarantined. this story contains audio!
Local Syrup Best in North America 12/4/2016
Love's Sweetness of Holstein won the Best in Show & Best in Class awards.
Huron-Bruce MP Reserves Judgment On U-S Trade 11/30/2016
Ben Lobb says Canadians shouldn't be concerned about Trump's promises. this story contains audio!
Business Roundtables In Huron-Bruce 11/28/2016
Tory MPP Lisa Thompson to hold talks on helping small businesses, ahead of 2018 election. this story contains audio!
Gowing Reflects as Warden 11/27/2016
Paul Gowing served two years as Huron County warden.
Preparations Continue For 2017 IPM In Walton 11/25/2016
Grass-cutting for the IPM planned at cost of $80 thousand. this story contains audio!
Rabid Cow In Perth County 11/25/2016
Health officials confirm third case of rabies in Perth since 2015.
Most MPs On Board With CETA 11/23/2016
Parliamentary Secretary says NDP still undecided on Canada-EU free trade deal. this story contains audio!
Turkey Processing Moving to Mitchell 11/16/2016
Maple Leaf Foods to close Thamesford plant, move operations to Sofina in Mitchell.
OFA Calls CETA Deal Good News 11/3/2016
Patrick Jilesen with the OFA says CETA deals means more money, farm jobs. this story contains audio!
Federation of Agriculture Rallies for Paisley 11/1/2016
Federation of Agriculture defends Paisley Central School; worried about ARC. this story contains audio!
Alliston Feed Mill Holds Grand Opening 10/31/2016
Saturday the Alliston Feed Mill welcomed guests for their official opening in new location after fire.
Issues With Burl's Creek Resolved. 10/27/2016
Oro-Medonte had concerns about noise, archaeology and agriculture.
Chesley Ag Program to Continue 10/26/2016
Bluewater Board says the ag program will be saved regardless of the ARC. this story contains audio!
Food Banks In Huron Busier 10/24/2016
30 per cent more people using food banks, including 25 per cent more children. this story contains audio!
Planning for IPM 2017 Underway 10/20/2016
Organizers are already planning for the 2017 plowing match in Walton. this story contains audio!
It's World Food Day 10/16/2016
World Food Day is aimed at getting the message out to continue the fight to end hunger.
Chicken Odours in Hanover 10/11/2016
Residents complain about a smell from chickens at Hanover Broilers. this story contains audio!
Blue Jays Home Runs For Milk  10/10/2016
Seaforth dairy farmer donating 100 litres of milk to food banks for home runs
September Jobless Rate Falls 10/7/2016
Unemployment fell in Grey, Bruce, Huron, Perth Counties in September.
Shoppers Surveyed in Owen Sound 10/3/2016
Customers face 4 or 5 quick questions to help develop a profile. this story contains audio!
Schmidt Injunction Hearing in Limbo 09/29/2016
Court allows 150 people standing in Michael Schimidt's raw milk hearing.
Pest Controller Bill Passes Second Reading 09/26/2016
Bill proposed by Huron-Bruce MPP would stop cuts to farm pest advisors. this story contains audio!

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