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Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports 07/25/2011
July 25, 2011 this story contains audio!
Greys Sign 4 07/25/2011
Coulter Among Signees
Kim Wins Ontario Junior 07/25/2011
Gillespie 57th
New CEO Learning Ropes 07/25/2011
Karen Davis has started work as new CEO of AMGH in Goderich.
Fire Public Meeting 07/25/2011
Meaford residents encouraged to attend meeting to revierw Fire Master Plan.
Fire Ban Lifted 07/25/2011
Meaford lifts fire ban after a little bit of rain.
Pigs Perish in Barn Fire 07/25/2011
Firefighter alerts family to barn fire, 650 pigs die in the early morning blaze.
Renos on Bingham Park 07/25/2011
The 'Giver Project' will upgrade Bingham Park in Goderich this week.
Walk With Paul 07/25/2011
A special walk will be taking place in Wasaga Beach today. this story contains audio!
Jails Closure Date Changes 07/24/2011
It now appears the Walkerton and Owen Sound jails are slated to close October 31st. this story contains audio!
Keeping Seniors Home Longer 07/24/2011
There's a new program in Grey Bruce to ensure elderly hospital patients return home this story contains audio!
Top Health and Safety Marks 07/24/2011
Blue Mountains receives top marks from the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
Children Are Special Need Funds 07/24/2011
The Bruce Children are Special Foundation asks for your help sending kids to camp. this story contains audio!
Loney Visits Chesley 07/24/2011
James Loney will speak about captivity at second annual 'Service in Park'.
Nominations for PMO Awards 07/24/2011
Nominations open for three Prime Minister's Volunteer Awards in Ontario.
Chantry Chinook Begins 07/23/2011
28th annual Chantry Chinook Classic started at 12:01 AM. this story contains audio!
Horwath Fights Jail Closure 07/23/2011
NDP Leader Andrea Horwath vows to keep Walkerton and Owen Sound jails open. this story contains audio!
Busy Lacrosse Weekend 07/23/2011
It's a busy weekend for lacrosse in Owen Sound. this story contains audio!
Honouring Our Soldiers 07/23/2011
Legion in Goderich is planning parade for soldiers who served in Afghanistan.
Car Wash Vandalized 07/23/2011
Brussells Car Wash defaced, OPP looking for suspects.
Curling Club Funding 07/23/2011
The Durham Curling Club has received a 60 thousand dollar Trillium Foundation grant.
Cooling Centres - Grey Bruce 07/22/2011
More communities open cooling centres to help you beat the heat.
Bayshore Broadcasting Afternoon Sports 07/22/2011
July 22, 2011 this story contains audio!
Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports 07/22/2011
July 22, 2011 this story contains audio!
Cruikshank Tournament & Girls Parade 07/22/2011
Lacrosse Activites This Weekend
Chantry Chinook Classic Begins July 23rd 07/22/2011
Interview with Bob Greason this story contains audio!
Southampton Residents Meet 07/22/2011
Southampton Ratepayers Association holds AGM on Saturday. this story contains audio!
Green Light for Union Burger 07/22/2011
Amendments made to site plan for Union Burger restaurant.
Fire Ban in Kincardine 07/22/2011
Kincardine is the latest community to issue fire ban, but small rec fires still allowed.
100 Grand for Authority 07/22/2011
Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority receives 100 thousand dollars.
Watering Restrictions 07/22/2011
The hot, dry weather has prompted Springwater to bring in watering restrictions.
Ships Coming to Goderich 07/22/2011
Two Canadian warships will dock in Goderich in September.
Cooling Centres - Grey Bruce 07/21/2011
There are more cooling centres open to help you beat the heat today.
More Cooling Stations Open 07/21/2011
As the temperature rises, more cooling stations are opening around our area.
Slots Cash for Hanover 07/21/2011
Hanover receives another OLG cheque worth over 287 thousand dollars.
Slots Cash for Central Huron 07/21/2011
Central Huron receives OLG cheque for almost 163 thousand dollars.
Youth Shares Garbage Idea 07/21/2011
10 year old girl appears before South Huron Council to ask for more garbage bins.
More Fire Bans 07/21/2011
South Bruce Peninsula bans open air fires, campgrounds and trailer parks exempt.
Pictures of Harrison Park 07/21/2011
You are asked to donate your pictures of Harrison Park to a new book project. this story contains audio!
Cooling Centres in Grey Bruce 07/20/2011
A number of communities have opened cooling centres to help you beat the heat.
Cooling in Wasaga, Collingwood 07/20/2011
Cooling stations are being set up in Wasaga Beach and Collingwood.
Cooling Centres in Huron 07/20/2011
Get some relief at your local community centres.
Merchants Advance To Meet Woodsmen 07/20/2011
OLA Senior Lacrosse Playoffs
Native Artifacts on Display 07/20/2011
'Strong Relationship' responsible for preserving native artifacts found in sewer dig. this story contains audio!
Tall Ships Target Owen Sound 07/20/2011
Staff will put together business plan for idea to host tall ships in 2013. this story contains audio!
More Fire Bans 07/20/2011
Most municipalities in our area now have fire bans in place.
Wasaga Bans Campfires 07/20/2011
Your s'mores will have to wait after Wasaga issues fire ban, one in Collingwood too.
More Money for Rec Centre 07/20/2011
City branch of Bank of Montreal makes 50 thousand dollar donation to new Rec Centre. this story contains audio!
No Recycling Pickup 07/20/2011
Bluewater Recycling Association cancels Thursday pickup due to heatwave.
Booms from Meaford 07/20/2011
Another loud day on the tank range as artillery exercise can be heard for miles.

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