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Drump Truck Crashes 08/18/2017
road near Barrie closed for several hours
Turbine Approval Revoked 08/17/2017
Approval for wind turbines in Clearview Township has been revoked. this story contains audio!
Kincardine Honoured with AMO Award 08/17/2017
The Municipality of Kincardine has been recognized for excellent use of Gas Tax Fund money. this story contains audio!
Towns React To Turbine Decision 08/16/2017
Collingwood's and Clearview Township's mayors have released statements.
Orangeville Working on Possible Flood Funding 08/15/2017
The Town of Orangeville is reaching out to possible victims of flooding in town.
Residents No Longer Need to Conserve Water  08/14/2017
Officials with the Municipality of Kincardine say an earlier problem has now been fixed
Simcoe County Council Approves Regional Transit System 08/11/2017
The goal is to connect population centres within the County. this story contains audio!
Second Tornado Confirmed In Muskoka 08/8/2017
Officials say twister was on the ground for about 9 kilometres.
Possible Second Tornado In Muskoka 08/7/2017
Environment Canada is assessing whether a second tornado touched down in the Muskoka area Friday evening.
Tornado In Huntsville 08/6/2017
Environment Canada has confirmed that a tornado touched down on Friday evening.
Ex-Wardens call for meeting with Southwest LHIN 08/5/2017
Grey county's move to consolidate long term care beds gets more criticism. this story contains audio!
Storms possible 08/4/2017
thunderstorm watch
Provincial Funding Approved for Flooding 08/4/2017
New Tecumseth residents affected by flooding on June 23rd could be eligible for disaster assistance.
Bruce Power Mechanical Failure 08/3/2017
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has been notified of an incident.
Grey Bruce Health Unit building needs new roof.  08/3/2017
It is less than 10 years old, and leaking. this story contains audio!
Conservation Club Honoured 08/1/2017
55 years of conservation by the Wiarton based Bruce Peninsula Sportsmen's Association
Farmers Optimistic About NAFTA Talks 07/31/2017
OFA Director says good can come from renegotiating trade deal with large U-S market. this story contains audio!
Mysteries of the Greenock Swamp Revealed 07/30/2017
Conservation Authority Tours that tell its unique story are a new, popular attraction. this story contains audio!
New Subdivision in Hanover 07/27/2017
Nearly 50 homes will be built in Hanover's North East End. this story contains audio!
Survey For Lake Huron Residents, Visitors 07/27/2017
Lake Huron Centre for Coastal Conservation conducting online survey about Lake Huron this story contains audio!
Bruce Power Safety Sampling 07/27/2017
Testing shows that Bruce Power is more than meeting radiation safety standards.
Wet Season Taking Its Toll On Farmers 07/24/2017
OFA Director says growers struggling to bale hay due to continuous rain. this story contains audio!
Local Trainer Wants to Teach Willie a Thing or Two 07/24/2017
A Red Bay woman thinks Wiarton Willie could use some training. this story contains audio!
Owen Sound Gets Harbour Study Money  07/21/2017
Owen Sound is getting $117,475 from Transport Canada to study harbour dredging. this story contains audio!
Amazing Race Event Saturday for Local Park 07/21/2017
A fundraiser modeled after the popular TV show will hit the streets of Kincardine. this story contains audio!
Fairy Lake Restoration Complete 07/21/2017
The ribbon was officially cut Thursday as the Fairy Lake Rejuvenation Project is now complete. this story contains audio!
Communities In Bloom Judges Return To Goderich 07/21/2017
Gaeton Deschenes and Jack Clasen to judge new category in international competition. this story contains audio!
Public Meetings on Natural Gas Expansion 07/18/2017
The 1st of two public meetings goes tonight in Durham.
Communities in Bloom Judges to Visit 07/16/2017
Goderich residents urged to spruce up their yard ahead of visit by Communities in Bloom judges.
Lake Huron Levels Higher Than Normal 07/14/2017
Conservation officials say lake levels 16 inches above norm, but not historically high. this story contains audio!
First Shift Locations Announced 07/13/2017
Owen Sound, Ripley & Shelburne To Host Sessions
Possible Tornado In Lucan 07/13/2017
Environment Canada investigating video, photos of possible twister touching down Wednesday night.
New Director For Huron/Perth Social Research & Planning Council 07/12/2017
Susanna Reid named Director, after serving Huron County for 13 years.
Swimming Advisory for Simcoe County 07/12/2017
Five areas within the county have elevated levels of bacteria.
Wind Turbine Testing Creating A Stir 07/11/2017
The saga continues for some residents over acoustic testing of the UNIFOR wind turbine in Port Elgin. this story contains audio!
Bruce County polystyrene recycling ends.  07/11/2017
A company that had accepted the material, now turning Municipalities away. this story contains audio!
Controversy Over West Road Project 07/10/2017
Some want 29 km of road improved, others think it's not necessary or wanted. this story contains audio!
Watermain work starts on 16th st west in Owen Sound. 07/10/2017
The work will last until September between 5th and 8th avenue west. this story contains audio!
National Communities in Bloom Competition 07/10/2017
The Town of Orangeville welcomes Communities in Bloom judges Friday.
Phragmites Information Session In Goderich 07/7/2017
Experts will demonstrate how to fight invasive phragmites, in free information session. this story contains audio!
Hanover goes green with new lights. 07/4/2017
2000 LED bulbs are being installed to save energy and money. this story contains audio!
Bad Thunderstorm Prompts Tornado Warning 06/30/2017
Environment Canada says a tornado almost formed near Rosemont Thursday evening.
OPG On Track in DGR Process 06/28/2017
The ball is now in the Federal Government’s court to make a decision and recommendation.
Simcoe County Recovering from Flood 06/27/2017
The recovery effort continues in Simcoe County after heavy rains caused massive flooding June 23.
Shelburne Sewage Plant Floods in Storm 06/27/2017
42 inches of water filled the basement at the town sewage treatment plant.
Life getting back to normal in Harriston. 06/25/2017
Most residents are allowed to return home following flooding, but boil water order remains.
Lawsuit Settled in Orangeville 06/24/2017
The Ontario Court of Appeals has dismissed a case against the Town of Orangeville
New Vision for Bluewater Park 06/22/2017
The new vision would make Bluewater Park & Waterfront more a part of Wiarton. this story contains audio!
Uncertainty About Summer Weather 06/22/2017
Environment Canada says this summer should be a bit warmer than normal -- not like last year.
Don't Bank On A Sizzling Summer 06/21/2017
Environment Canada Senior Climatologist says don't give up on summer because of a wet spring. this story contains audio!

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