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Another new brew in the area 05/25/2017
light cider from Stayner this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Supports New EV Discovery Centre 05/23/2017
The nuclear generating facility has kicked in some funding towards the future of electric vehicles.
Student Trustees & Senators Recognized 05/19/2017
The Bluewater District School board has recognized student body representatives for their work. this story contains audio!
Thunderstorms Pack A Punch 05/19/2017
Downburst overturned a tractor trailer on Highway 400.
Multiculturalism Alive & Well 05/18/2017
The 15th Annual Multicultural Festival was held at the Davidson Centre Tuesday, May 16th, 2017. this story contains audio!
Wolves Host Lacrosse Tournament 05/18/2017
Four Schools Compete for CWOSSA Girls Titlte
150th Plans Ramping Up in Saugeen Shores 05/10/2017
The Saugeen Shores Kin Club has a giant Canadian flag for all to sign ahead of Canada Day celebrations. this story contains audio!
Mary Poppins to Hit Stage at SDSS 05/10/2017
Students will take the stage in Walt Disney's classic Musical Mary Poppins. this story contains audio!
Meaford Hall Balcony Officially Open 05/8/2017
Restoration of the balcony in historic Meaford Hall's Edwardian Opera House is complete.
Emergency Preparedness Week 05/8/2017
Tornado, flood, power outage, chemical spill: Are you prepared? this story contains audio!
Three Fundraising Walks 05/7/2017
The Hike for Hospice, Mandarin Walk for MS and the Walk So Kids Can Talk all happen today
Angel Investors Want Business Pitches 05/6/2017
Bluewater Angel Investors want to help aspiring entrepreneurs and boost economy.
Suzuki Canada Moving To Barrie 05/4/2017
Company says it needed more space.
Students Gather for Empowerment Day 05/4/2017
5,200 Upper Grand District School Board Students gather for a day of inspiration.
Juried Art Show in Walkerton 05/1/2017
Over 100 pieces from 48 local artists are on display at the Walkerton Library this story contains audio!
Cree Rite of Passage Bestowed on Port Elgin Man & Family 05/1/2017
A Port Elgin native took part in a very special and sacred Cree Rite of Passage ceremony. this story contains audio!
BIA Plan for Coulter Plaza Top Priority 05/1/2017
The BIA wants to extend Coulter Parkette into a go to Town Square in downtown Port Elgin.
Hoy Starts At Family Health Team  05/1/2017
Hoy will help his successor get used to the position at the LHCCC
Special Weather Statement 04/30/2017
We are expecting quite a bit of rain by Monday.
Home & Garden Show In Bayfield 04/28/2017
Free event showcases outdoor living from 75 vendors at Bayfield Arena this story contains audio!
TV Show Filming in Orangeville 04/28/2017
Town of Orangeville and Mono chosen as filming locations for "Slasher" anthology series.
Waiting On The OMB For Burl's Creek Ruling 04/27/2017
WayHome music festival is only three months away. this story contains audio!
Letterkenny Coming To Wingham 04/27/2017
Listowel-based TV series promoting upcoming International Plowing Match.
Harry Potter Festival Staying in Goderich 04/26/2017
Organizer Nathan Swartz says an advisory committee on the event will be formed this story contains audio!
Northport Students Walk for Water 04/26/2017
students at Northport Elementary School in Port Elgin have been learning about and spreading awareness of water. this story contains audio!
Walkerton Hosts Rotary Music Festival 04/25/2017
The 36th annual Midwestern Ontario Rotary Music Festival is on until April 29 this story contains audio!
Government Unveils Basic Income Pilot Project 04/24/2017
Residents in 3 Ontario cities will be part of the launch.
Voters Not Happy With Cut in Hydro Rates 04/23/2017
39% of respondents say they will barely notice the cut because their bills are too high already.
Hanover studies Launch Pad. 04/22/2017
Officials look at ways of making it sustainable. this story contains audio!
McGill Wins Leyden Trophy 04/21/2017
Attack Coach Takes OHL Award
Orillia To Get A Spring Cleaning 04/21/2017
Earth Day is Saturday and volunteers will scour the City picking up trash and debris this story contains audio!
Appeal filed in Elsner investigation 04/20/2017
B.C's police watchdog to appeal ruling that quashed part of its investigation.
Bluewater Hires New Staff 04/20/2017
Public Works Manager, Municipal Clerk roles filled.
Trustees Vote on Future of Schools 04/19/2017
Beavercrest reverted to one year reprieve, Chesley to lose Grades 9 thru 12 & no change in Paisley. this story contains audio!
Huron, Perth Students To Attend National Science Fair 04/18/2017
Five students chosent to attend Canada Wide Science Fair in Regina.
Dames Host Doubleheader 04/17/2017
Roller Derby Twin Bill This Saturday
Otters, Trout and Petes Win 04/12/2017
Ontario Hockey League Playoffs
Pitch-In Day Starts Saturday 04/12/2017
Get free bags and gloves to help clean up litter around their neighbourhood
A Big flag for a Big Celebration: Canada 150 04/10/2017
The Town of Saugeen Shores & Saugeen Shores KIN Club are working together for Canada 150. this story contains audio!
Summertime Blues Festival Line-up announced 04/10/2017
Headliners include blues icon Buddy Guy and rock legends Steppenwolf
Renowned Artist Collaborates with Local Students 04/7/2017
Saugeen Shores students have been working alongside Metis artist, Christie Belcourt this week. this story contains audio!
Black History Event 04/7/2017
Two cousins will talk about how investigation lead them to one another
Colts Take Suzuki First Overall in OHL Draft 04/7/2017
Ryan Suzuki is the brother of Owen Sound's Nick Suzuki. this story contains audio!
Graffiti hits Big Canoe 04/4/2017
Police say graffiti was found on Chi-Cheemaun and former Marine and Rail Museum.
Summer Volleyball and Theatre 04/4/2017
Saugeen Shores has approved deals with two groups that provide summer activities.
Praying Mantis Greets Tourists 04/3/2017
Orangeville Visitor Information Centre welcomes large Mantis Queen at Highway 10 and Buena Vista.
Living Snow Fence Possible For Bruce County  04/2/2017
MTO says "tree fence" along Highway 21 is possible if successful in Huron County
Film on Bruce County planned.  03/31/2017
Auditions will be held in Southampton and Tobermory this month. this story contains audio!
Goderich Named To "Canada 150 Garden Experience" 03/31/2017
Canadian Garden Council recommends a visit to town's gardens for Canada's 150th birthday.
Goderich Asked To "Rainbow Up" 03/31/2017
Group is asking Goderich residents to spend Sunday chalking rainbow designs outside their homes.

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