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Park Facelift on TV 04/5/2011
Goderich submits application to new reno TV show to spruce up Bingham Park.
Chamber Reviews Budget 03/30/2011
Goderich Chamber is sitting on fence for now regarding Tuesday's Ontario budget.
Minor Hockey Results 03/28/2011
Selling Goderich Online 03/28/2011
Goderich hopes Video Tour Book on website will attract more visitors and investors.
Courthouse Park Concerns 03/27/2011
Some concerned Courthouse Park may become over-used this summer.
GM Honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award 03/27/2011
Bayshore Broadcasting President and General Manager Ross Kentner celebrated
Pellet Guns 03/27/2011
Two teens are in trouble after shooting pellet guns in Goderich.
SPCA Dinner Raising Funds 03/26/2011
SpayGetti dinner tonight helping to raise funds and awareness for SPCA.
Green Light for Housing 03/25/2011
Huron County endorses Maple Tree affordable housing development.
Contractors Expo Today 03/25/2011
Huron County Contractors Expo today designed to show off products and services.
Same Huron County Size 03/24/2011
The number of Councillors around Huron County table will remain at 20.
No Tax Hike in Goderich 03/23/2011
Goderich Council approves 2011 budget with 0 per cent tax increase.
Outbreak Over at AMGH 03/22/2011
Gastro-intestinal outbreak that started March 14th is now over at Goderich hospital.
Minor Hockey Scoreboard 03/21/2011
Fraud Linked to Goderich 03/20/2011
25 year old man charged for using stolen credit cards in Goderich.
Visitor Restriction at AMGH Continues 03/19/2011
Hospital CEO hopes gastro-intestinal virus runs its course soon
Shipping Season Opens 03/18/2011
Top Hat ceremony at Town Hall honours Captain of 'Canadian Progress.' this story contains audio!
Transport Draft Plan Almost Ready 03/17/2011
Transport Demand Management plan will be ready for public later this month
Taking Control of Wind Turbines 03/15/2011
Saugeen Shores Council passes motion to suspend wind development for a local voice. this story contains audio!
Visitor Restrictions at AMGH 03/14/2011
Hospital officials say gastrointestinal flu-like sypmtoms surfaced late last week
Outstanding Farm Woman 03/14/2011
Heather Parkin of Owen Sound wins first ever Ontario Outstanding Dairy Woman Award. this story contains audio!
Kinsmen TV Auction 03/13/2011
The Goderich Clinton Kinsmen TV auction raised more than 50 thousand dollars.
Young Canada Hockey Week Faces Off in Goderich 03/11/2011
46 boys' and girls' teams are taking part in the 62nd annual Lions Club event
Keeping Eye on Loonie 03/10/2011
Goderich Chamber CEO says too early if higher loonie and oil prices will hurt tourism.
Goderich Works on Budget 03/8/2011
Council is looking for 600 thousand to get zero per cent tax levy for 2011.
Sally Ann Launches Dignity Project 03/4/2011
Salvation Army hoping to educate public about poverty and homelessness.
Kinsmen TV Auction Tonight 03/4/2011
Goderich and Clinton Kinsmen TV Auction celebrates 20th year with broadcast tonight.
Bayshore Broadcasting Afternoon Sports 03/3/2011
March 3, 2011 this story contains audio!
Minor Hockey Results 03/3/2011
Mid Huron Landfill Closed 03/3/2011
Sign advertising Goderich landfill closure has gone missing and landfill is closed.
Full Day Learning Expands 03/2/2011
Another 900 Ontario schools will offer full day kindergarten in 2012.
Review for Catholic Schools 03/1/2011
Staff members visit schools to offer suggestions on how to improve work with students.
Planning for Contractors' Expo 03/1/2011
March 25th event in Goderich will showcase construction indusry
Saugeen Ojibway Applauds Province 02/28/2011
Chief Randall Kahgee says Great Lakes are too important for wind development this story contains audio!
Goderich Author Publishes Book 02/27/2011
Jim Kinglsey's novel titled 'A Hero Among Us' traces lives and events of working family.
Money for Maple Tree Housing 02/25/2011
Ontario and Huron County pledge 350 thousand each to problematic housing project.
Monitoring Ice at Highway 21 Bridge 02/25/2011
Concern has been raised with a forecast of mild temperatures and rain
Goderich Chamber Wants Changes to Equalization Program 02/24/2011
Along with the Ontario Chamber, CEO Judy Crawford says Ontario is at a huge disadvantage despite receiving equalization payments since 2008.
Goderich Open for Business 02/24/2011
Mayor believes Huron communities must work together to attract business, create jobs.
Livery Needs Repairs 02/23/2011
The Livery in Goderich is going to need repairs in order to be successful.
Bad Equalization System 02/23/2011
Goderich Chamber criticizes Canada's current system of equalization.
Tories Challenge McGuinty Liberals 02/20/2011
Industry, farm and labour reps tell forum they're looking for stability in energy costs.
Taste of Goderich Coming Up 02/19/2011
The Lions Club is hoping for another successful event this year.
Positive Outlook for Authority 02/17/2011
Maitland Valley Conservation Authority hope to continue good work done in 2010.
Hospital CEO Retiring 02/14/2011
Bill Thibert was a hospital administrator for over 30 years, now calling it quits.
Driver Almost Four Times Legal Limit 02/14/2011
Police lay impaired driving charges after single-car crash in Bayfield
Local Regional Sports Schedule 02/11/2011
Junior C and Senior AA hockey playoffs highlight a busy Friday night
Sailors' Rookie Forward Wins Western Jr. C Award 02/10/2011
Sam Feagan has been honoured as the League's Most Sportsmanlike Player
Western Junior C Playoff Action 02/10/2011
Barons vs Bulldogs in game 3
AMGH Ready To Join Provincewide TeleStroke Network 02/10/2011
Dry run for medical staff and administrators Wednesday

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