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News for Wednesday, September 19, 2012

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Fewer Married Couples 09/19/2012
2011 Census shows drop in number of married families, a jump in common law relationships. this story contains audio!
No to Turbines on Peninsula 09/19/2012
South Bruce Peninsula Council approves resolution, doesn't want wind farms in community. this story contains audio!
ARC Looks at Three Schools 09/19/2012
Bluewater District School Board approves review for Derby, Amabel Sauble and Hepworth Central. this story contains audio!
Simcoe County Teachers Vote 09/19/2012
Public high school teachers take strike votes Wednesday, Thursday to back contract talks. this story contains audio!
Access to Health A Concern 09/19/2012
LHIN public meeting hears concerns about access to family health, miscommunication. this story contains audio!
Changes at Orillia City Hall 09/19/2012
Seven departments will be reduced to three, to save City 43 thousand dollars a year.
Mayor Supports Arbitration Bill 09/19/2012
Deb Haswell hopes Jim Wilson bill becomes law, to stop burden for taxpayers. this story contains audio!
Input Wanted for Casino  09/19/2012
Wasaga Residents will be asked if they want a casino slots facility in the town. this story contains audio!
Bluewater Will Pay for Study  09/19/2012
Bluewater will pay for share of addendum for study on Grand Bend Sewage Plant. this story contains audio!
OMB Hearing for Gravel Pits 09/19/2012
OMB listens about concerns, plans for proposed gravel pits east of Durham.
Quarry Protest Planned 09/19/2012
Workers at Walker Aggregates plan to protest at NEC, who wants review of expansion.
One Year for Driver in Fatal Crash 09/19/2012
21 year old man from Clearview sentenced in crash that killed his friend.
Dedication for Fallen Officer 09/19/2012
Bridge in Mount Forest will be dedicated to Constable Rick Hopkins, who died in the line of duty. this story contains audio!
Man Charged in Crime Spree  09/19/2012
44 year old Barrie man faces long list of charges after crime spree from Caledon to Barrie.
Firings in Penetanguishene 09/19/2012
Newsletter reports CAO and Chief Building Official have been fired, no word why.
Parking In Lieu of Payments 09/19/2012
Kincardine headed towards allowing payment in lieu of parking for residential development. this story contains audio!
Open House at New School 09/19/2012
Walkerton District Community School opens its doors open to community.
United Way Issues Goal 09/19/2012
United Way of Perth-Huron has a goal of more than two million dollars for 2012 campaign. this story contains audio!
Food at the Curb  09/19/2012
Bruce Area Solid Waste Recycling is collecting food donations for the food bank. this story contains audio!
Hundreds Lineup for Stanley Cup 09/19/2012
Hundreds wait for picture with Stanley Cup, over 16 hundred dollars raised for Special Olympics. this story contains audio!
New Economic Campaign  09/19/2012
Huron Chamber of Commerce will launch Economic Revitalization Campaign. this story contains audio!
Stolen Plaque to be Replaced  09/19/2012
Bluewater Heritage Society will replace stolen Narcisse M. Cantin Historical Plaque.
Pretty in Pink Golf A Success 09/19/2012
News Release about 95 hundred dollars raised for SMHF at Pretty in Pink Golf Tournament.

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