Past Feature Articles

Moved to Archive April 11, 2010

Feature Job creation is priority for Ontario PC Party, says Hudak 

Feature Bits and things about February

Feature Improving Access to Government Services in Huron-Bruce

Pets Chantry Centre Jive Time ... seniors know how to party

Feature Changes at Chester's Prints

Feature Chamber hosts Hudak 

Feature Toyota comes down to earth 

Feature Goderich donates $1,000 to Haiti relief

Feature Goderich holds meeting in new council chamber

Feature Looking at trees in a new light  

Feature Bruce Power donates almost $240,000 to Haiti  

Feature Plans for ethanol plant in Hensall

Feature Kincardine Baptist Church youth raise $1,500 for Haiti


Candidate Love goes to Ottawa

Feature United Way steps up again  


Local rally one of many across the country

Feature Haiti volunteers work through post traumatic syndrome

Features Freedom of speech wins one and loses one south of the border


Feature Calling for Women of Distinction Award Nominations

Feature Bruce Power supports Haiti  

Feature Murdoch pleased with Mitchell appointment  

Feature Local group on the way home from Haiti

Feature Goderich council supports proposed new restaurant at the beach

Feature  New McGuinty Cabinet 

Feature  New Exhibit or the Walker House

Feature Moving Saugeen Shores ... affordable transportation

Feature Local  group continues to supply support in Haiti

Feature Hepworth Community Hall gets new life

Feature Goderich Mayor receives award

Feature Storytime is hopping  

Feature Dark Days for Democracy says KImberly Love  

FeatureSamaritan's Purse to help with Haitian earthquake relief

Feature Personal Account from Haiti

Feature Manley comes to the CAW Centre for International Women's Day  

Feature Local ties to Haiti Earthquake   

Feature Province has made significant investment says Huron-Bruce MP

Feature Murdoch decries bleak job numbers 

Feature New Owners at Foodland

Feature House decorating contest winners announced 

Feature Huron-Bruce MP urges families to budget, pay down debt    

Feature  Goderich mayor, deputy mayor running for re-election  

Feature Goderich starts number crunching by Linda Cooper  

 Feature Two Teenagers win model search

Feature/Event Planner Weekly Peer Support Group for Women

Feature Trillium grant means new roof for Ripley Legion

 Feature Wiarton Willie a winner

Feature Bruce Children are special for January 2010

Feature Ida's Christmas Wonderland does not end on Christmas

Feature Olympian Elizabeth Manley coming to the CAW Centre ...

Feature The Man in the Tilley Hat predicts

Feature Once in a Blue Moon

Feature Trillium Court celebrates New Year.... 

Feature Winter returns with a vengeance

Feature Flying Kites in December

Feature Miracle Baby

Feature A death of common sense

Feature Spring-like day at the beach

Feature Savings on new HST requires action

Feature Power Workers donate to Women's House

Feature Gabriel's Message

Feature The public has a stake in knowing....

Feature Goderich Council Highlights

Feature Conservation Authority gets new building

Feature Conservation budget to go back to the drawing board

Feature Women in business raise $650 for Women's House

Feature Bruce Power generates more than just electricity at holidays Dec 16, 2009

Feature United Way campaign raises over half-a-million dollars

Feature Sparks at Christmas 

Feature Walker House Christmas Open House 

Feature Museum Craft Days

Feature Chantry Centre Christmas Craft Sale....

Feature Nine Mile Villa now open in Lucknow 

Feature The Coast Radio is live at Pharmasave  

Feature Storm related accidents abound

Feature Unique Gifts for Christmas

Feature Holiday Inn Express comes to Kincardine

Feature 45 turn out to remember women killed  20 years ago.

Feature Santa Claus parade 2009 Kincardine


Feature  Santa Parade in Southampton a big hit  


Feature Youth Waves BBQ at Home Hardware


Feature Kincardine Crossing Christmas


Feature  Operation Christmas Child


Feature Murdoch continues to fight ...


Feature Snow Fence at the Beaach  


Feature OPG gives to Food Bank


Feature Business Development Bank of Canada Announces Closing of $300 Million--to be used for agriculture

Feature China now accepting Canadian Pork

Feature Huron Terrace Bridge to open on the weekend

Feature MPP Bill Murdoch ejected

Feature Sears outlet at Chester's Prints

Feature Santa Claus Parade in Port Elgin

Feature Kincardine Home Hardware is supporting the community on a number of fronts

Feature Apple Pie Aucton for Charity

Feature Trillium Court Bazaar


Feature Christmas in Paisley


Feature The Dark Ages comes to the Musem

Feature Lighting of Forget Me Not Tree atTrillium Court

Feature Kincardine must grow to survive says business man at the Chamber AGM

Feature Affordable Housing comes to Saugeen Shores  


Feature Power Workers made a donation


Feature Crowd fills Legion for Ten Thousand Villages craft fair


Feature Christmas Shoebox campaign musrooms


Feature Sparkles night kicks off holiday season


Feature CTS donates $1000 to Children are Special


Feature Huge crowd at Home Hardware Ladies Night Out


Feature Christmas Child again a big success


Feature Hi-Berry Farm donates close to home


Feature Bruce Power holds Easter Seals Gala


Feature Successful open house at Ruth's Home Baking


Feature PJ party at Sleepers Bed Gallery


Feature Constituents make gains in their fight against government’s controversial tax plan according to Murdoch


Feature Annual Tree Lighting 


Feature CIBC supports Women's House of Saugeen First Nation


Feature OPG News November 2009


Feature IC Greenhouses Open House


Feature A treasure trove of unique gifts at The Back Room on Princes




Feature Lion's Playground gets final funding


Feature Grey Bruce Your Way  officially launched in Kincardine


Feature Grey Bruce Your Way  officially launched in Kincardine


Feature Christmas is in the air at two-day hospital auxiliary boutique


Feature/Events Chantry Centre upcoming events.....


Feature New Playground welcomed by Murdoch


Feature Women's House hosts Spa Pampering


Feature/Event Planner PARC 55+ November Schedule and Newsletter


Feature Sleepers Bed Gallery celebrates 13 years in business

Feature Environmental Groups band together to Stop the Keppel Quarry Expansion.....

Feature Bruce Power Cancels Take Your Child to Work Day Due to Flu

Feature Fashion show raises $2,000 for Kincardine to Kenya

Feature Bluewater Elementary Teachers Support Local Women’s Shelter 

Feature B & W Appliances offers great deals for Christmas

Feature Harrigans brings the community together

Feature How crazy is the Stock Market?

FeatureTen Thousand Villages Craft Fair

Feature Halloween brings out all kinds of strange attire

Feature Halloween at Trillium Court...

Feature Bruce Power Application approved...

FeatureTaking control of your estate explained


Feature Murdoch hopeful despite defeat on wind farms

Feature First Women's House 2nd Stage Housing ready for occupants

Feature Bruce Children are Special Foundation This Month

Feature 2009 Spirit of Giving Dinner

Feature Ghouls Night Out more pictures from Saturday Night Oct 24, 2009

Feature Safe Communities Bruce wins national award

Feature Interesting Rocks in Victoria Park......

Feature Green Energy Act being considered as North American  model

Feature Ghouls Night Out

Feature Kincardine woman wins cruise at Women's House gala

Feature Living Green in Grey-Bruce is doing well

Feature Hydro One installs poles

Feature Murdoch says: "Liberals have run the worst government in the history of politics."


Feature/Buy Local for Christmas Prints, mirrors, wrought-iron art and so much more at Chester's Prints for Christmas


Feature Walkerton Agriculture Society Gets New Roof Thanks to a $65,000 OTF Grant


Feature Canadian journalist, Jim Reed, lectures at the Museum


Feature Huron Terrace Bridge Night Work......


Feature Good News! 


Feature Charlie Bagnato is the new Liberal Candidate


Feature Little Royal Fair Walkerton


Feature Tara Craft Sale possibly the largest in Bruce & Grey County


Feature Former Mayor comments again ...


Feature  How veneer is made in Hanover


Feature Davidson Centre addition officially opened


Feature A local Hanover company got a major financial boost on Friday Oct 16, 2009...


Feature  Kincardine Legion receives $15, 000 Trillium Grant


Feature  Trillium Court renovations


Feature The Coast Radio Donates to the Kincardine Summer Music Festival


Fearture Former mayor comments on the sewage issue


Fearture Ghouls Night Out coming to the Museum


Feature No Haven for the Homeless?


Feature Walkerton Mayor cuts off his locks


Feature Ye Olde Spook Haus...


FeatureTwo Trees Donated


Feature  Camera Club News and next meeting Oct 14, 2009


Feature Get Real!  On the road again...


Feature Thanksgiving Day Wagon Ride


Feature Kountry Kitchen Bazaar a Huge Success




Feature Crabby Joe's for great food, good fun and interesting give-aways and holiday parties


Feature Powers appreciation BBQ


Feature Reading by Candlelight


Feature More Ripley Fair Results


Feature Mike Pickup wins prestigious award


Feature Duncan Hawthorne replies ...




Feature RBC donates to Women's House......


Feature A Minute of Silence for Murray Gaunt


Feature Murdoch wants to halt wind farms....

FeatureProud to be Canadian Campaign


Feature Bruce Power re-licensing in the hands of the Commission


Feature 31st Annual Kountry Kitchen Bazaar to be held


Feature Pumpkinfest Day 2 continued


Feature Coffee Culture opens in Kincardine...


Feature Pumpkinfest Day 2 2009 unfolds


Feature  Pumpkinfest 2009 Seed Spitting takes 'air' time


Feature Day 1 of Pumpkinfest 2009


Feature Pumpkinfest 2009 gets an early start


Feature Miller Introduces Bill C-450 to Protect Rural Residential Mail Delivery


Feature Bruce Power Dismissals


Feature Once again, they are preparing to head off to Haiti


Feature Hearings are held for Bruce Power license renewal


Feature Letting off steam....


Feature Turtle Crossing a Child's Dream Store


Feature Colours and Cozy Sweaters at Baxter's Row Fashion


Feature Turning Precipitation Into Profits - Weathering the Tourism Economy Conference......


Feature Turning Precipitation Into Profits - Weathering the Tourism Economy Conference......


Feature Harbour Rose gets ready for Christmas


Feature Purple Grove news September 28, 2009


Feature A County stimulus funding project creates dissension


Feature  Warm end of summer day Sunday brings beautiful scenes


Feature Square-dancing tractors the highlight of Ripley Fair


Feature Women's House to open soon....


Feature Couple rave about Southampton......


Feature 25 Michigan Students in Southampton go on Ghost Walk


Feature Courtney Graham is new Ripley Fair Ambassador


Feature Affordable Housing is a BIG problem in the Bruce


Feature Visitors from 'Down Under'


Feature Group marches in Kincardine to 'Take Back the Night'


Feature BIA connects with international 30/50 project 


Feature  Kincardine BIA preserves and promotes a vibrant downtown....


Feature SOS Mobile launched in four counties


Feature Port Elgin and Southampton Tim Hortons Annual Cookie Funraiser begins


Feature Kincardine Tim Hortons Annual Cookie Funraiser begins


Feature County Council Report Bruce County not immune to economic downturn


Feature Bruce A Restart Project Safety Achievement


Feature Lewenza speaks at CAW Centre


Feature 1970s and 80s Party


Feature Crabby Joe's win a team effort


Feature Miller Plans to introduce Bill and Says Opposition Should Avoid Election


Feature Kincardine BIA wants proper siganage


Feature Take Back the Night in Southampton


Feature Murdoch and Mitchell work together...


Feature New program seeks safety


Feature Chamber after hours at the Museum...


Feature Kincardine restaurant named corporate citizen of the year


Feature Search and Resuce Wednesday night off Southampton's Beach


Feature Murdoch returns to Queen’s Park, turns up heat on HST fight


Feature Embrace each other's differences, say speakers at World Peace Day


Feature  Paisley Fall Fair 2009

Feature Penetanguishine man wins trophy at fall fun day

Feature Bruce Power is tight-lipped

Feature  CAW retired worker of the year

Feature Kincardine area seniors get a look inside new Davidson Centre Addition

Feature Ben Lobb participates in Army MP training exercises September 10, 2009

Feature Mystery plane between Port Elgin and Southampton

Feature Bruce Power employees violate code of conduct

Feature Bruce Power supports Water Rescue

Feature 2009 Fishing Derby a success

Feature Everyone enjoys the Port Elgin Harbour activity over the long weekend

Feature  A two-fold purpose for collecting......

Feature Former National CAW President, Buzz Hargrove, spoke passionately on Labour Day about union values

Feature Big Labour Day Parade in Port Elgin...

Feature Labour Day draws a big crowd in Port  Elgin..

Feature Great Day for a fall fair in Kincardine...

Feature  If you missed the fireworks ...

Feature Rider hurt in fall from horse at the Kincardine Fall Fair

Feature Bruce County Plowing Match 

Feature Enbridge presents a community grant to the Bervie Women's Institute....

Feature Hopeful faces of the future

Feature Support for Women's House

Feature Volunteering puts a sparkle in your life and a smile on your face!

Feature New Owners at Schendel and Sullivan

Feature The third generation at Eagleson Funeral Home

Feature ABC Gathering presents cheques.....

Feature A flashback moment

Feature SISTERS warehouse sale is a HUGE success

Feature 'Yes Virginia' designer visits Southampton

Feature Parking lot party

Feature Faces of Today's Military

Feature Port Elgin and Southampton come together

Feature Companions gather for malt tasting...

Feature Summer Playground volunteers receive recognition

Feature BBQ for United Way

Feature The Lone Ranger rides again

FeatureBruce Power celebrates safety record  with $15,000 donation to children in need 

Feature Kincardine Day Away hosts Dining Club

Feature Elston settling into new job at Bruce Power

Feature ABC gathering draws huge crowd and donates $4500 to charity

Feature New Funding for Sexual Abuse Program for Men 

Feature Bruce Power Golf Tourney raises lots of money

Feature Kids enjoy swings after Artisans Market

Feature Clelia II cancels Port  Elgin Stop due to possible high waves

Feature Trillium Court hosts classic car show

Feature Bruce Power confirms new Port Elgin Offices

Feature Hookers in the Park

Feature Hummingbirds by Pam  Binnendyk...

Feature Poverty is close to home

Feature Larry Miller opens a new office

Feature Southampton's Holiday Park has special visitors with a Police escort

Feature Finally summer!  A day at the beach...

Feature New chief financial officer at Bruce Telecom

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