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Friday, March 22, 2019

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Opioid Overdose Alert: 5 in 48 Hours 03/22/2019
Officials say many of the overdoses are attributed to Purple Fentanyl.
Provincial Funding Coming To Grey Bruce Towns  03/22/2019
Llocal communities are receiving roughly $8.3 million through the Small & Rural Municipalities Fund. this story contains audio!
Grey Highlands Councillor Seeks Green Party Nomination 03/22/2019
Danielle Valiquette is serving first term as municipal councillor.
Man Assaulted In Driveway By Unknown Suspect  03/22/2019
OPP are looking for a man who allegedly assaulted a Walkerton resident.
Kincardine Muslim Community to Host Vigil 03/22/2019
It will take place tonight at 7 p.m. in front of the Kincardine Islamic Centre. this story contains audio!
Water Day in Walkerton 03/22/2019
the Walkerton Clean Water Centre has been hosting a week long education program with students from across Grey and Bruce. this story contains audio!
Local Soldiers Head North for Training 03/22/2019
The Grey and Simcoe Foresters will head to Resolute Bay Nunavut.
The Numbers Are In On South Bruce Peninsula Council Pay 03/22/2019
Residents paid about $119k for council pay and expenses in 2018.
Police Stop Suspended Driver in Backhoe 03/22/2019
They say the 50-year-old Grey Highlands man was also found to be impaired.
Dufferin OPP Release March Break Campaign Results 03/22/2019
31 charges were laid for speeding, 8 were charged with stunt driving, and 10 charges were laid for distracted driving.
Central Huron Man Charged, After OPP Seize Methamphetamine 03/22/2019
Police say suspect fleeing police discarded several items, including over $17k in methamphetamine.
Boy Left With Serious Injuries In Fail To Remain Case 03/22/2019
15 year old boy in Toronto trauma centre with serious leg injuries.
Janes Chicken Nuggets Recalled Following Illnesses 03/22/2019
The CFIA is recalling Janes Pub Style Chicken Nuggets for possible salmonella contamination.
Orillia residents urged to mobilize against opioids 03/22/2019
Orillia mom who lost son to fentanyl overdose says the opioid crisis is a national health emergency. this story contains audio!
Domestic incident with possible firearm 03/22/2019
OPP set up a containment area around a home on Main Street.
Huron County CAO Says Living Wage Worth Investigating 03/22/2019
Meighan Wark says $17.44 for all county staff worth looking into, but final decision is made by elected officials. this story contains audio!

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