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Lake Huron Learning Centre on Borrowed Time 09/22/2017
Council has been asked to extend the lease on the building by another year. this story contains audio!
Season Opener History 09/22/2017
Plater-Attack Game 1 results Through The Years
Plater-Attack Home Opener History 09/22/2017
Last Regulation Time Home Opener Loss.....2009
2017 IPM Back Up & Running 09/21/2017
Officials closed the site to the public Wednesday due to heavy rains earlier this week.
Campbell Wins Weichel Award 09/21/2017
73rd Annual WOAA General Meeting
Concours d'Elegance draws more people. 09/18/2017
The huge car show brought in 7,500 people and the overall winner was a 1946 Alfa Romeo. this story contains audio!
Beach Cleanup In Bayfield 09/15/2017
Volunteers needed for shoreline cleanup running Saturday. this story contains audio!
New Office for RCM Technologies 09/14/2017
RCM Technologies has officially opened its expanded offices in Kincardine, as Bruce Power ramps up its Life Extension Program. this story contains audio!
Great Summer for National Parks 09/13/2017
This summer has been pretty good for both Bruce Peninsula National Park and Fathom Five National Marine Park in Tobermory. this story contains audio!
Council Votes No To Heritage Designation 09/7/2017
Sauble Beach will not be declared a natural heritage site any time soon. this story contains audio!
Rail Trail Association Honoured 09/7/2017
The Association has been recognized for its volunteerism within the Saugeen Shores community. this story contains audio!
Water Main Work Completion Delayed  09/7/2017
A rainy summer has delayed the end of work on 16th Street West by two weeks. this story contains audio!
Municipal Senior and Youth Awards Open 09/3/2017
Nominations open until October 20th while the awards will be handed out November 27th.
Baycats Celebrate 4-Peat with Fans 09/2/2017
Fans got meet with players and coaches of the 2017 IBL champs. this story contains audio!
Town Packed for Marine Heritage Festival 08/29/2017
The 4th Annual event was a success, as was the 2nd Annual KCF Cardboard Boat Regatta. this story contains audio!
UPDATE Largest Drug Bust in OPP history 08/28/2017
OPP say 1,062 kilograms of cocaine worth $250 Million was seized in Stoney Creek, GTA, and Montreal. this story contains audio!
Electrical Work Wrapping Up At Walton IPM 08/28/2017
Hydro One expected to finish their portion of electrical work Monday. this story contains audio!
New Owner Same Service for Local Staple 08/24/2017
The long time cab company in Saugeen Shores has changed hands after decades of service. this story contains audio!
Sauble set to rake the beach.  08/14/2017
Piping Plovers have flown south, so raking begins Monday. this story contains audio!
25th Annual Celtic Roots Festival Begins In Goderich 08/11/2017
More Canadian acts to hit the stage, in celebration of Canada 150. this story contains audio!
Goderich's Ag Park Nominated For $250,000 Prize 08/1/2017
Resident Steve Hewitt created video demonstrating needs at town's Agricultural Park. this story contains audio!
Elvis competition won by U.K. man. 07/31/2017
Gord Hendricks also won in 2014.
Ryan Selected For Taipei Golf 07/25/2017
2017 Summer Universiade
Remembrance to Include Commemorative Banners 07/19/2017
This fall, Saugeen Shores will raise Commemorative Banners leading up to Remembrance Day. this story contains audio!
Utility Box Artwork 07/19/2017
Utility boxes around Orangeville are being beautified.
Lawrence Hill at Emancipation Festival  07/14/2017
There will be music, exhibits, book signing and a picnic at the 155th annual festival. this story contains audio!
Vimy WWI Flights cancelled. 07/12/2017
VIMY Flight: Birth of a Nation Tour cancelled in both Owen Sound and Kincardine.
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!
Saugeen Shores & Kincardine Best to Live 07/6/2017
Both Bruce County communities have been ranked among the best places to live in Canada. this story contains audio!
Lady NorthStars Host Weekend Event 07/5/2017
Kiwanis Complex To Be Altered
Hanover, Walkerton, Cargill set for Canada Day. 06/30/2017
Celebrations are planned from 11am Saturday until 1am on Sunday. this story contains audio!
Gearing Up for Canada 150: Events 06/30/2017
There is no shortage of events to take part in this weekend in Saugeen Shores.
Meaford Parade includes Lav 6.0 tank. 06/30/2017
Military history is important to the town according to Mayor Barb Clumpus.
Rec Centre About A Year Away From Completion 06/30/2017
Orillia's new recreation facility is taking shape. this story contains audio!
County Celebrates Multiculturalism Day 06/27/2017
An event is being held today at the Simcoe County admin centre.
Former Nurse Gets Life in Prison 06/27/2017
Elizabeth Wettlaufer is sentenced in the deaths of long term care residents.
Painting the Town Red for Canada's 150th 06/23/2017
The Saugeen Shores Celebrates Canada 150 Committee have been hard at work preparing for July 1st. this story contains audio!
Plater-Attack Draft History 06/23/2017
2017 NHL Entry Draft This Weekend
Last Frontier Exhibit Launched at Bruce County Museum 06/16/2017
The latest exhibit showcasing Bruce County's early days opens to the public. this story contains audio!
Hamilton Author Wins Leacock Award 06/11/2017
Gary Barwin receives medal and $15,000 for his book "Yiddish for Pirates". this story contains audio!
Greenock Swamp: A Walk On The Wild Side 06/9/2017
The SVCA will officially open the new boardwalk through Greenock Swamp on Friday. this story contains audio!
Last Chance to Sign Canadian Flag 06/7/2017
Thursday is the final chance to be a part of Saugeen Shores History in time for Canada 150.
Huron County Historic Newspapers Now Online 06/7/2017
County libraries digitize historic newspapers, dating back to 1848.
Season Opener History 06/6/2017
Platers-Attack 1989-2016
Home Opener History 06/6/2017
Platers-Attack 1989-2016
Busy Weekend at Billy Bishop Museum 06/3/2017
Victorian Ice Cream Social taking place Saturday, Veteran's Commemoration Day Exhibition Opening Sunday
MPP Walker Votes Against Bill 132 06/2/2017
Walker says the government could have done many things differently to fix the ongoing problems.
Elizabeth Wettlaufer Pleads Guilty to Murder 06/1/2017
The former nurse has admitted giving insulin to patients with the intent to kill.
Feds Donate to Rotary Splash Pad Project 06/1/2017
The Federal Government has kicked in a generous donation to the new splash pad at Jubilee Park. this story contains audio!
Workshop In Goderich Looks To Help Crime Victims 06/1/2017
Victims Services Huron hosting breakfast on aiding violent crime victims. this story contains audio!

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