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News for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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Support for Georgian Marine Plan 07/22/2014
Committee recommends Grey County give $2 million to Georgian for Marine program. this story contains audio!
Big Drug Bust in Mitchell 07/22/2014
Seven people charged after a drug raid at a home in Mitchell. this story contains audio!
MPP Wants Action on Jobs 07/22/2014
Walker questions Liberal job plan with 21 per cent youth jobless rate in Grey Bruce. this story contains audio!
Deputy Mayor Seeks Top Job 07/22/2014
Paul Klopp is now among four candidates who want to be Mayor of Bluewater. this story contains audio!
More Candidates in Saugeen Shores 07/22/2014
Marcel Legault is running for re-election in the Port Elgin ward council seat.
Parks Master Plan Unveiled 07/22/2014
The plan calls for ball diamonds, basketball courts, and beach volleyball courts be built. this story contains audio!
Mayor Shoots Down Parking Change 07/22/2014
Haswell doesn't like report to ban parking on curb lanes of Eddie Sargent Parkway. this story contains audio!
MP, City To Fight for Dredging 07/22/2014
MP Larry Miller and Owen Sound Council get on same page to get harbour dredged. this story contains audio!
Humanitarian Trip to Africa 07/22/2014
A nurse with Soldiers Memorial Hospital will be embark on a mission to provide care for victims of Ebola virus. this story contains audio!
Support for Marine Training Centre 07/22/2014
MP is confident Owen Sound will host Marine Emergency Duty Training Centre. this story contains audio!
Orillia Considers Georgian Funding  07/22/2014
Council is looking at $5 million over 25 years to help fund Georgian expansion. this story contains audio!
City Endorses School Partnership 07/22/2014
Support for Lakehead and Georgian partnership is part of plan for degree expansion. this story contains audio!
Turbines Leave Mess of Roads 07/22/2014
Council outlines 1.6 million dollars in road repairs after completion of Varna wind farm. this story contains audio!
Clinton Slots Pays Out 07/22/2014
Central Huron gets over $154,000 from OLG for share of Slots revenue.
Safety Concerns in Midland 07/22/2014
Police receive reports of a cougar like animal on the loose in Midland area.
Tourism Report for Wasaga  07/22/2014
Wasaga Beach Council will hear about tourism trends at tonight's meeting. this story contains audio!
Collingwood Council Notes  07/22/2014
Council defers decision on development, awards tenders for two projects.
Break-Ins in Collingwood 07/22/2014
OPP investigating three break and enters to Collingwood businesses.
Domestic Assaults Keep OPP Busy  07/22/2014
Grey County OPP have laid charges in four of eight domestic incidents on weekend.
Cove Steps In Need Of Repair 07/22/2014
Tenders come in well over budget to repair steps at Goderich beach
Blood Takes Winter, Summer Hit 07/22/2014
Canadian Blood Services hoping to fill deficit left by school summer break this story contains audio!
Lions Club Makes $30k Request 07/22/2014
Bluewater approves grant to Lions Club to keep Village Office in shape this story contains audio!
More Charges for Speeder  07/22/2014
OPP allege man charged with speeding in May presented fake identification.
Crash Could Have Been Worse 07/22/2014
Police say two people received only minor injuries after two vehicle crash.

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