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News for Wednesday, July 29, 2015

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Longer Election will Cost Taxpayers 07/29/2015
The Prime Minister may call the 2015 federal election as early as Sunday.
Fire Ban for Hanover and Brockton 07/29/2015
Hot, dry weather forces officials to issue a fire ban for Hanover and Brockton.
Emerald Ash Borer in Brockton 07/29/2015
Close to 60 trees in Walkerton area infected with pesky small beetle. this story contains audio!
Boil Water Advisory Lifted 07/29/2015
Lab confirms no contamination entered the municipal water system this week.
Attempted Murder at Penetang Jail 07/29/2015
24 year old man charged after another inmate was found beaten in his cell.
Elderly Woman Dies in Orillia 07/29/2015
An 88-year old woman has died from complications related to an assault.
Crash Sends Cyclist To Hospital 07/29/2015
OPP investigating crash west of Carlow that sent a woman to hospital.
New Road Project Planned 07/29/2015
City will spend $523,000 to repair 6th Avenue West watermain damaged from winter. this story contains audio!
New Idea to Pave Roads  07/29/2015
City Councillor wants to apply for bike lane funding to help pave poor roads. this story contains audio!
New Bike Corridor in Port Elgin 07/29/2015
Market Street, portions of River and Hilker will soon have "Share the Road" signs. this story contains audio!
More Federal Money for Grey County 07/29/2015
MP Larry Miller passed along $24,750 to Georgian Bluffs, $3,410 to Bishop House.
Leitch Unveils Project Funding 07/29/2015
Conservative MP hands out $220,000 and has more funding announcement plans. this story contains audio!
More Grants in Orillia  07/29/2015
Mayor will present second instalment of 2015 grants program to nine groups.
Business Decisions in Wasaga  07/29/2015
Controversial development clears hurdle, Council gives money to airport. this story contains audio!
Dunlop Wants Byelection Sooner 07/29/2015
Garfield Dunlop follows Patrick Brown and writes letter, calling for byelection sooner.
Liberals Respond To Child Benefit 07/29/2015
Huron-Bruce Liberal candidate says only needy should receive benefit, not all. this story contains audio!
Two Drug Busts in One Day 07/29/2015
Three people charged after OPP raid home; police also found drugs at traffic stop.
Police ID Gravenhurst Crash Victim 07/29/2015
59 year old New Tecumseth man died after car hit rocks and burst into flames.
Charges Laid in Assault Case 07/29/2015
20 year old Chatsworth man charged after 17 year old man was assaulted.
New Marine Centre Manager 07/29/2015
Georgian hires recent grad of Marine Technology Navigation diploma program.
No Long Weekend for OPP 07/29/2015
Officers will out on the roads and the waterways this long holiday weekend. this story contains audio!
Wind Power Dwarfed By Nuclear 07/29/2015
StatsCan releases power figures, with wind still paling in generation numbers.
Skate Park Opens in Tobermory 07/29/2015
The Great Wave Community skate park is located on Centennial Drive. this story contains audio!
Bikes, Power Tools Stolen  07/29/2015
Thieves get away with massive haul in Listowel garage theft.
Copper Wire Stolen From Freighter 07/29/2015
OPP investigating copper wire theft from freighter parked at Point Edward
Charges After Camp Disturbance  07/29/2015
Stratford man faces drug charges following aggresive behavior at campground.
It's Pirate Fest Weekend  07/29/2015
Muskoka Steamship Lines will hold its annual Pirate Fest this weekend. this story contains audio!
Orillia Wins Kangaroo Challenge 07/29/2015
Soldiers Memorial wins competition that measures skin contact for NICU babies.

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Wind: SW 19 gust 31 km/h
Date: 9:00 PM EDT Wednesday 29 July 2015  
Mainly Sunny this morning, and then a mix of Sun and Cloud with a chance of late afternoon or evening showers and thunderstorms. (UV Index 9 or very high)

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