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Past Feature Articles

Moved to Archive March 14, 2010

Feature OPG gives $2000 to Inverhuron Bike Park

Features Cruisers is 15 years old..

Features Across Canada checkup required for cyclists

Features Liberals welcome new candidates...

Features A brief stop at Inverhuron beach......

Feature Schendle & Sullivan Sold

Features Counting Women In – Launch of a Toolkit for Rural Action on Poverty

Features Annual Seniors Rotary Picnic

Features Searching for the Queen of the Furrow August 11, 2009

Feature More fun from the Pine River Boat Club's 50th

Feature Chippewa raises funds for charities...

 Feature Donna Bridge honoured with tree-planting in Victoria Park

Feature Kitchener Man Wins Chantry Derby...

Feature Ladies Fastball holds benefit

Feature Gilley's promotes local products.......

Feature Benefit breakfast August 15

Feature More than honey at Hive 'n Hoe Country Store

Feature Backpack program nears quota

Feature The Red Hat Mammas of Hanover make a special trip to Sauble Beach and Southampton

Features Dave Hyman passes away

Feature Fairy Lake Latern Festival 2009

Feature Schendel & Sullivan to have new owners

Feature Calypso in Kincardine

Feature ABC gathering a great success.  Make sure you see the classic aircraft....

Feature Pine River Boat Club is 50

Feature Child dies in farm accident 

 

Feature Cruiser Night in Kincardine July 31, 2009

 

Feature Local Food Project

 

Feature Clelia II coming to Port Elgin

 

Feature Cruiser Night comes close to a record

 

Feature More on not-for-profit stimulus fund...

 

Features Miller invites not-for-profit to submit for grants

 

Features Tobermory voted as the top hidden gem for travelers

 

Feature Pine River Boat Club celebrates 50th anniversary July 28, 2009

 

Feature Murdoch Named Rural and Northern Municipal Affairs Critic

 

Feature Antique Treasures and Appraisals coming to Southampton.....

 

Feature Poop Patrol in action in Kincardine...

 

Feature More training sites needed for Bruce Power July 24, 2009

 

Feature Bruce Power decision comes as a surprise 

 

Feature Power Demand Diminishes 

 

Feature More Changes in Port Elgin

 

Feature Backpacks for Children gets 100 backpacks

Feature Big Changes in Southampton

Feature 50th wedding anniversary party in support of backpack program

Feature Huron Perth get Tourism boost

Feature Kimberley Love is the candidate for the Bruce Grey Owen Sound Federal Liberal Riding Association.

Feature Bruce Power hosts party at Reunion Park

Feature Charity Gala contributions go to Special Olympics

Feature A High Flying Hobby

Feature The Minister of Natural Resources, Donna Cansfield, made a quick, and somewhat unexpected, trip to Sauble Beach

Feature Custom Signage is expanding

Feature/Year of the Light Page Andrew Champion promoted to Captain  in Kandahar

Features BI-AX is planning to construct a commercial building to house five safety equipment suppliers for the Bruce Nuclear plant....

Feature Raising funds for a good cause ---Children 

Feature LEAFS, RAPTORS AND MARLIES ADD POWERFUL ALLY THROUGH BRUCE POWER PARTNERSHIP 

Feature Steelback undergoing big changes in management and structure...

Feature Steelback sponsoring ABC Gathering at Kincardine Airport

Feature Citizens can still comment on the Green Energy Act

Feature Night Stalkers?

Feature Nine Mile Villa to open this fall in Lucknow

Feature The Roving Reporter discovers an Epicurean Weekend

Feature Pine River Appreciation Day

Feature Saugeen Shores and Kincardine receive money for recreational upgrades

Feature Everyone learns from mock disaster in Kincardine

Feature 50,000 Winner

Feature Books & Beans -- a unique cafe

Feature Dog Days will soon be here!

Feature Miller is fed up with careless lack of respect for public property

Feature Pre Budget Consultations called for by Ben Lobb

Feature Kincardine Scouting is 100!

Feature Steelback Brewery WINS Medal in United States Open Beer Championship

Feature Hungarian woman enjoying wide, open spaces of Canada

 

Feature MP Miller Says Russia is Re-opening Border to Ontario and Quebec Pork and Meat Products

 

Feature Canada Day at Elgin Lodge.

 

Feature Volunteer Awards presented

 

Feature Nine Waves has a new location

 

Feature Your Roving Reporter over the holiday weekend

 

Feature Reptiles come in Kincardine 

 

Feature Trillium Court hosts juggler/magician 

 

Feature Full Buck Moon from the Man in the Tilley Hat

 

Feature Kincardine Sorority Celebrates

 

Feature Crazy intersection

Feature Home Hardware is 45!  

Feature Quilt of encouragement 

Feature Huge Crowd at First Cruise Night of the year  

Feature Kincardine area author to speak at Humber College

Feature Miniature Horses near Tiverton

Feature Women’s House Serving Bruce and Grey held their Annual General Meeting and Donor Appreciation Night

Feature Surprise visit by Minister Chen 

Feature A rare visit from the endangered Piping Plover

Feature Lewis Park Grand Opening

Feature  SRA to hold annual general meeting ... check the details

Feature  81 year old swims 81 laps

Feature  Bruce Power wins US National SWAT Team Championship

Feature  Armen's Cafe of Southampton

Feature Volunteers Honoured  

Feature United Way disburses $140,000......

Feature Teddy Bear Parade

Feature Kincardine Scottish Festival sponsors appreciated

Feature Anicca comes to Port Elgin  

Feature The one millionth dollar presented to local agencies

Feature Seniors review driving skills

Feature Trip of a Lifetime

Feature Huron Terrace is demolished 

Feature The annual dessert bridge for PARC 55+ was held at the Plex in Port Elgin

Feature It's a family affair

Feature Duffy's has new owners

Feature Images by Carol Walberg

Feature More than sewers awaits public meeting

Feature Women's Show in Port Elgin draws 80 vendors

Feature The Roving Reporter's 'Beat'

Feature MADD poster contest winners honoured

Features Visitors from Scotland

Feature An Airport Visitor

Feature Ruth White's Bike returns 

Feature Steelback is disappointed in decision

Feature Lions playground is magic for kids...

Feature Men's Probus Club welcomes spouses...

Feature Tim Hortons Camp Day

Feature D-Day Banquet

Feature Murray Elston joins Bruce Power....

Feature At the tip of the Bruce 

Feature Susan Cole wins Big 

Feature Business Enterprise opens for entrepreneurs

Feature Sisters on Huron at Elgin Lodge....

Feature June Moon

Feature  Big Shave-off Cops for Cancer  

Feature Georgian Bay Featured as Canadian Exotic Experience

Feature  June is seniors month

Feature Lakeside community now slate for old Hartwick Farm property

Feature Tim Hortons' Camp Day is Wednesday June 3, 2009 

Feature A Taste of Italy in Ripley

Feature Latest details about the Chocolate Gala... one of the best events in the area

Feature Chocolate Gala June 6 at the Museum... big fun event

Feature LOCAL PROJECTS PROTECT SPECIES AT RISK AND THEIR HABITATS

Feature Poker Run sees Bikers Stop in Five Communities

Feature Huron Heights Fun Fair a Success

 Feature The Saugeen Shores Business Enterprise Centre has moved and is hosting the Grand Opening of its new office

Feature Kincardine's Market in the Park Opens...

Feature Forgotten treasure - Cargill

Feature Schuett wins Environmental Photography Award

Feature Victoria Weekend Garage Sales Abound

Feature New Southampton condo complex opens its doors

Feature Dinos Roar into Bruce County

Feature  They invaded the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre Thursday evening.....

 

Feature Milk Bags into Sleeping Mats

 

Feature Trees and hydro poles down in Tiverton in strong winds

 

Feature Canadian Tire Jumpstart Program is launched

 

Feature Understanding Diversity Through Dialog

A&E Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery

 

Feature Government Act to Renew Recreational Centres

 

Feature Afternoon tea done in the 'genteel way'

Feature Accident in Kincardine on  21

Feature Living  Snow Fence

 

Feature Changes are coming to Grosvenor's restaurant in Southampton.

 

Feature Eleanor Edwards receives June Callwood Award

 

Feature Mother's Day Tea and Quilt Show at Trillium Court

Feature Pilling a Cat

Feature They're Here!

Feature Sewer Expansion a Big Concern

 

Feature Draw nets flat screen TV at Kingsway Arms

 

Feature Marie and Fred Shildroth are following their dream

 

Feature Chamber has Annual General Meeting and Awards Ceremony

 

Feature New Pharmacy Owners host barbecue

 

Feature Miller and Murdoch deliver wastewater system upgrades

 

Feature MPP Murdoch is keeping busy

 

Feature Elston to lead Bruce Powers Corporate Affairs Group

 

Feature New Playground in Kincardine

 

Feature Workers mourn for the dead, fight for the living

 

Feature Murdoch named rural affairs critic.....

 

Feature Ben Lobb promotes Bruce County Tourism

 

Feature Murdoch Announces His Choice for PC Leadership Race

 

Feature Public swim called on account of rain

 

Feature "Power"ful message delivered at district agricultural society spring meeting

 

Feature Chantry Centre Auction draws a crowd

 

Feature/Event Huron-Bruce hosts Ontario PC Party's Leadership Candidates

 

Feature Grandmothers in Bruce helping Grandmothers in Africa

 

Feature Opposition votes to end Gun Amnesty........

 

Feature Tim Hortons has a roll-up-the-rim car winner

Feature Murdoch is returning to PC Caucus.

Feature Legault's encourages life-long use of cloth bags   

Feature The Man in the Tilley Hat lauds the tradition  

Feature Zehrs puts price on plastic shopping bags...

Feature The Governor's Inn in Kincardine has received the Best Western Chairman's Award, the hotel chain's highest honour for outstanding quality standards.

Feature Former Cabinet Minister, Easter, to speak in Chesley 

Feature Hercules circles area

Feature Community project to build houses in Kenya

Feature Wine & Cheese lecture at Elgin Lodge is a hit 

Feature First Student Canada Yard sale is a success

Feature Plenty of Cleanup going on in Kincardine...

Feature Up to $14 million for ethanol plant in Bruce Energy Centre

Feature HST Petition available at Murdoch's Office

Feature New Horizons for Seniors?

Feature Construction begins on Women's House in Port Elgin

Feature Living Snow Fence Plant on May 9th...

Feature  Construction boom continues in Kincardine

Feature Miller announces investment in Tourism

Feature  Steelback brings back brewing awards April 2009

Feature Easter Comes to Trillium Court

Feature Pink Moon for April

Feature Public Relations 101 ....

Feature Federal Gas Tax Funding to Double.  The Payment to Municipalities Accelerated

Feature  Nine Waves welcomes spring

Feature Pelee Island Wine Tasting and Selection at Elgin Lodge

Feature Sauble Beach one of Canada's top 10 beaches

Feature Sharing the Knowledge project in Southern Zambia

Feature Murdoch takes jab at provincial budget.....

Feature Mystery Lunch a Lesson in Rural Woman's Poverty

Feature Exciting change on High Street

Feature Home parties and demonstrations are popular in difficult times

Feature  Lobb speaks at Carleton University

Feature Business Enterprise Centre is on the move in downtown Port Elgin

Feature Enbridge brings 115 Wind Turbines online today April 4, 2009

Feature No Parking beside KDSS as of April 3, 2009

Feature McGuinty in Owen Sound... speaks to Chamber about budget

Feature Queen's Park pays tribute to Murray Gaunt

Feature Haiti Reunion 

Feature Murdoch objects to new budget

Feature Successful drive-thru cookie sale at Canadian Tire

Feature Fashion Show aids Children

Feature Leisure Fair 2009 draws hundreds  

Feature Municipalities in Grey-Bruce Receive Funding March 24, 2009

Feature Independent Conservative MPP Murdoch may not return to the Tories

Feature The Saugeen and Kincardine Times --- a reading reminder

Feature Kincardine Guiding Groups selling classic cookies

Feature Earth Hour in Port Elgin on March 28

Feature Rural Summer Jobs Program returns for 2009

Feature At the Red & White in Southampton, volunteers are on the move

Feature Women's House gets $10,000 from Fun Spiel

Feature Shirley Burnham named citizen of the year 

Feature The AIG Bailout -- a witch's brew

Feature Port  Elgin Man is in the Pink at 60

Feature Kingsway Celebrates coming of Spring and St Patrick's Day Wednesday Night

Feature Local MP helps to expedite passports  

Feature Delightful spring festival of Indian Culture - Holi

Feature Passport Deadline is approaching.  Clinic tonight!  

Feature Tiverton Gateway sign reduced to rubble

Feature Assault in Kincardine, Roads closed, suspect arrested 

Feature Giant Tiger's New Look 

Feature  St. Patrick's Day Comes Early

Feature Steelback named business of the year

Feature Mitchell questions farm safety

Feature Miller in favour of Bill 331 -- arrest without a warrant

Feature Strong singers help celebrate 'Strong Women, Strong World'

Feature  We Cannot Shop Our Way to Prosperity, Says United Church Moderator

Feature  Former Little Sister helps with Bowl for Kids Sake

Feature  March a time for respect and recognition by Chandra Shekhar Tripathi

Feature  Cruise of a Lifetime for Southampton Couple

Feature Women of Distinction Awards

Feature Dar-Lyn Pools and Spas marks 35 years in business

 

Feature Roll up Rim winner buys coffee in Port Elgin

 

Feature New vet clinic offers chiropractic service for small animals and horses

 

Feature Keady Market a 'hive' of activity.......

 

Feature Clean Water Agency Construction begins in Walkerton

 

Feature Family escapes burning house due to smoke alarms

 

Feature/Letter The Great Pool Debate by Wayne MacDonald

 

Feature Home Destroyed by Fire

 

Feature It's a Hi-Berry Boy

 

Feature Another Rexall .....

 

Feature The Kincardine Times and Saugeen Times, as part of Canadian Community News (CCN),  and The Coast forge working partnership

 

Feature Is Wal-Mart starting to have an impact?.....

 

Feature Bringing Help & Hope to Haiti

 

Feature Winter Warmth Funds exhausted.......

 

Feature Consultant wants to help you get the right dog for your household

 

Feature Murdoch thinks new green energy bill has its pros and cons

 

Feature Kincardine Chamber seeks nominations for Community Achievement Award

 

Feature Sharing the Wealth

 

Feature Public Forum for ending poverty

 

Feature  Kincardine native receives Western Award of Excellence

 

Feature Harbour Rose hosts six week design workshop

 

Feature Family misses ill-fated flight

 

Feature Lost Opportunity in federal Budget..........

Feature  Annual Job Fair 2009

 

Feature Millions of Dollars invested in Huron-Kinloss and Kincardine

 

Photo Feature  Fantastic Voyage to Antarctica by the Andersons  

Feature Carol Mitchell supports Bill 103 

 

Feature Murdoch to raise money for Big Brothers... 

Feature Great Sledding Sunday

Feature Ripley Winter Carnival

Feature Kincardine card club donates $26,000......

Feature Infrastructure spending announced by Mitchell, Miller and Murdoch

Feature News from Ripley

Feature 211 for information

Feature Women of Distinction Nominations

 

Feature MP proposes revoking the long gun registry

 

Feature Bolton a woman of distinction

 

Feature  Winterfest in Tiverton 2009 is sunny and windy

 

Feature  Stimulate the economy or let it cleanse itself? 

Feature The Year of the Snowy Owl...

 

Feature Fishing Club holds Valentine Dance to support hatchery 

 

Feature 211 Service is here 

 

Feature Summer Jobs Canada details and application

Feature Power outage hits Kincardine 

 

Feature International Women's Day ... March 8th, 2009

Also see the IWD poster

 

Feature Couple married  at Sno-Cross

 

Feature Hanover Seniors Club Goes Green
Thanks to OTF Grant

 

Feature Local MP praises Canada's Economic Action Plan Jan 29, 2009

 

Feature Crabby Joe's is one year old

 

Feature Aspects of Logo Design

 

Feature Bluewater Veterans Parkway is the new confirmed name

 

Feature   Doug Freiburger collects for Wintermam

 

Feature   Goderich Legion proposes new name for H'way 21 

 

Feature   Sauble Beach Winterfest draws people from everywhere

 

Feature IPM invests over $800,000 of profits into Health Care and Community Projects

 

Feature ... Former laundromat owners staying in Kincardine

 

Feature  Water runs through the Museum.......

 

Feature Over 3600 Hug-A-Bears distributed locally already Jan 21, 2009

 

Feature The Story of Canada's Water ... a new Bruce County Museum Adventure

 

Feature  Debbie Legault on working holiday.........

 

Feature Elegant Luncheon at the Taj Hotel contrasted with recent violence by Joan Evans

 

Feature Bruce Power Holds White Ribbon Campaign

Feature Wal-Mart Opens

 

Feature ... Wal-Mart opens doors on January 17

 

Feature What's happening around town?

 

Feature ... Despite tough economic times, the United Way of Bruce Grey has achieved their goal of $310 000.

 

Feature ...  John Tory still trying ...  

 

Feature ...  US-Canadian Dollars ... Snow Birds watch the fluctuations closely  

 

Feature New owner plans renovations at Penny's Laundromat

 

Feature  Wolf Moon

 

Feature  MPP Carol Mitchell looks at 2009

 

Feature  A Brew Master at Work

 

Feature  Cozy Cat Kennels has found homes for about 3,000 cats over the past 20 years

 

Feature  Steelback receives Provincial Support

 

Feature ...   One of a few 

 

Feature ... Pet Finders

 

Feature ... Snow removal costs soar in Kincardine in the winter of 2008-9

 

Feature ... Gutenberg vs. Google

 

Feature ... Home Hardware and Canadian Tire help out during power outage in Kincardine

 

Feature ... Work crews out constantly in bad weather to safeguard the public

Feature ... New Years Eve at the Plex

Feature ... Our top 10 Stories of 2008

 

Feature ... Real Estate supports Habitat for Humanity

 

Feature... The Mighty  Saugeen Roars in Paisley

 

Feature ... Kincardine Storm Pictures show power and damage

 

Feature ... Kincardine without power for 9 hours Sunday Dec 28th, 2008

Feature .... Giant Storm Wreaks Havoc

 

Feature ... Positives for the year 2008 around town 

 

Feature ... People on the street -- What was the most memorable part of Christmas?

 

Feature ... Memorable Christmas Story

 

Feature ... A Ford Dealer defends the Big Three with facts 

 

Feature Pets are a vital part of the community too....  

Feature... Rumour Squelched  

Feature ... Carol Mitchell announces new grant for Crediton...

 

Feature ... Carol Mitchell attends environmental conference in Washington DC

 

Feature... Motorized and non-motorized folks working together 

Feature  ... Treacherous weather and another accident 

Feature  ... Time to Nominate Local Volunteers

Feature  ... $50,000,000,000 Ponzi Man 

Feature ...KDSS students win $5,000 for Women's House Serving Bruce and Grey

Feature ...Christmas Dinner at Kincardine Township Tiverton School

Feature ... Community Living Christmas Party 

Feature ... Santa comes to CIBC Port Elgin 

Feature -- Real Estate  ... The Real Estate Perspective from those who know 

Feature  ... Canadian Community News Grows ... 

Feature News Flash ... A Duck taunts two eagles ... 

Feature ... Accident update.... more serious that first thought!

Feature ...  Accident near Sparks Corner

Feature ...  Rural outcry changes Ministry of Transportation Decision

Feature ... Kincardine Santa Claus parade goes on despite snow storm 

Feature ... Chantry Centre Bake Sale is a big success 

Feature ... Southampton's Annual Christmas Parade has an 'O Christmas Tree' theme 

Feature ... 7 myths about the North American Auto Industry ... 

Feature ... Maybe Christmas does not come from a store ... 

Feature ... PARC 55+ elects executive 

Feature Kincardine Bargain! Shop's Grand Opening

Feature ...Poverty plan lays foundation for action

Feature Flash Dec 4, 2008 Bruce County has a new Warden. Bill Goetz defeated Brockton Mayor Charlie Bagnato in three ballots to be elected County Warden.  Goetz is a first term Mayor of South Bruce  

Feature ...Reflection 6 by Dr. Jim Jones.  The trouble with the Auto Industry and Bureaucracy 

Feature ... The Golden Charm has Diamonds 50% off for Christmas 

Feature ... Great Pictures of Ripley's Christmas in the Park

Feature ... $10 million project to transform Ripley

Feature ... Fire interrupts Ripley Christmas Parade

Feature News ... Will WalMart open Early?

Feature ... Bargain! Shop opens in Kincardine

Feature News Unions donate $25,000 to Kincardine Scouting 

Feature News Port Elgin Christmas Parade draws a crowd  

Feature ... MPP Bill Murdoch reports ...

Feature News Bruce Power announces Saskatchewan 2020 feasibility study  

Feature ... Caitlyn Cobean
1993 - 2008

Feature ... United Way and Union Gas Team Up 

Feature ... OPG donates to Huron Fringe Birding and Salvation Army Food Bank

Feature ... Operation Christmas Child has been a resounding success  

Feature ... Bayberry on High ... check out Holiday gifts and flowers 

Feature ... Fund-Raiser to help Kincardine Scouting 

Feature ... Rekindle the Torch of Friendship XI Zeta Gamma

Feature ... KDSS hosts regional Lego League competition

Feature ... Home Hardware Ladies Night  Draws a big crowd in Kincardine

Feature ... Chambettes hold Christmas Sale in the Boat House Saturday beginning at 8 am sharp

Feature ... Infinite on High Street, a great place to shop

Feature ... Wal-Mart could be considered for shopping centre in Kincardine

Feature ... Workers remove final Unit 1 pressure tube

Feature reminder ... Time is running out for Shoeboxes for children ..  

Feature ... Factory Farm Workers gain right to unionize ...

Feature ...Shop Local this Christmas

Feature ,,,  Kincardine Times Winter's First Blast

Feature ... Shop local this Christmas

Feature ... The Cook's Cupboard Comes to Town 

Feature ... Free Trade vs. Fair Trade.  A Columbian perspective 

Feature Ripley ... Streetlights finally installed

Feature Kincardine ... Truckloads of algae removed from township lakefront this year

Feature ...  Women's House Gala raises $17,564 

Feature ... Francesca Dobbyn has been named Grey-Bruce Labour Council's Person of the Year

Feature ... Life is too short to be wasted, says soldier home from Afghanistan

Feature ... Shoppers Crowd Downtown Kincardine despite rainy weather ...

Feature ...  becomes ?

Features ...  Tree Lighting Ceremony in Port Elgin ... 

Feature ...Montgomery Ford is 60 Years Old

Feature ... What Your Labour Council has been doing

Feature ... OTF Grant helps Kincardine Lions Park

Feature ... Tiverton Craft show photos

Feature ... Kincardine Christmas House Tour a success 

Feature ... Ripley-Huron Fire Department reports quiet year

Feature ... Crowd jams library for fair trade craft show in Kincardine

Feature ... Murdoch debates to grant a tax credit

Feature ... Very popular Chocolate Gala at the Museum

Feature ... Chambettes hold 30th annual Craft Sale at the Plex

Feature ... Skills work for women ... girls meet mentors 

Feature ... Delores Sullivan and Paul Schendel visit Milan for over 20 Fashion Shows -- see the wonderful pictures 

Feature ... Motorcyclist saved by protective gear 

Feature ... Obama Wins Easily It's a good day for the 'US' ... meaning everybody

Feature ... Chantry Centre elects new Board of Directors 

Feature ... Nov 4, 2008 The US Election before the count.... why Obama will win.

Feature... Nov. 2, 2008 Province taking back welfare costs from counties

Feature ... Nov. 2, 2008  Grey-Bruce and Huron Labour Councils Chart the Future 2008

Feature Nov. 2, 2008 Kincardine Christmas tour of houses next weekend

Feature ... Students at KDSS got into the spirit of Halloween ...  

Feature ... Peace Rally about more than Peace ...  

Feature ... Are you traveling?  Keep track of currency exchange

Feature Event ... Women in Nuclear holds event for young girls' futures

Feature ...  Oct. 31, 2008 Bruce Power to conduct Environmental Assessment for nuclear generating station in Haldimand-Norfolk

Feature ... Don't forget the Eugenie Fundraiser Saturday Nov. 1, 2008

Feature ... Oct 29, 2008 Camera Club clicking

Feature ... Oct 28, 2008 Remembering, the memories of Flora Doran

Feature ... Oct 28, 2008 Southampton gets new trees 

Feature ... Oct 28, 2008 VanRooyan wins trip to Paris

Feature ... Oct 26, 2008 Operation Christmas Child

Feature ... Oct 26, 2008 Who is Sarah Palin?

Feature ... Oct 26, 2008 One bad decision can change you life

Feature ... Oct 25, 2008 Fall Tea for North Grey Women's Institute 

Feature Oct 24, 2008  ... CIBC celebrates 135 years in Port Elgin 

Feature Oct 23 2008 ...Construction remains strong in Kincardine 

Feature Oct 23 2008 ... Introducing Canadian Community News look at the world 

Feature ... Oct 22, 2008 Residents of Trillium Court enjoyed decorating Jack-O-Lanterns Wednesday afternoon

Feature ... Oct 22, 2008 Montana man greets cousin at Ripley Fall Fair

Feature ... Oct 21, 2008 ... New co-ordinator for Kincardine Good Food Box.

Feature ...  Oct 21, 2008 ... Kincardine Pathfinders have the trip of a lifetime to Mexico

Feature ... Oct 20, 2008 ... Job Fair at Sutton Park Mall

Feature ... Oct 20, 2008 ... K-9 officer in action

Feature Oct 19, 2008 ... Witches, Ghosts and Ghouls at the Bruce County Museum on Saturday night

Feature Oct 19, 2008 ... Rotary holds Silent Auction at Chippewaw.

Feature Oct 19, 2008 Kincardine Kincardine 4-H merit awards for 2008

Feature Oct 19, 2008 Kincardine Canadian Tire rewards recycling

Feature Oct 18, 2008  ... Abby Bolton is a force to be reckoned with ...

Feature Oct 16, 2008  ... Three witches prepare for Ghouls Night Out.... join the fun

Feature  Oct 16, 2008 Three witches prepare for Ghouls Night Out.... join the fun

Photo Feature  Oct 16, 2008 ... Fall Impressions by G. R. Schuett

Feature Oct 16 2008 ... Report Card on Poverty

Feature Oct 16 2008 ... New Trees for Southampton's High Street Streetscape

Feature Oct 16 2008 ... Southampton Care Centre is a hub of activity

Oct 15 2008 ... Lobb wins

Feature Oct 15 2008 ... Sun and Moon by Walberg

Oct 13, 2008 ... McClinchey brings his own ideas

Oct 13, 2008 ... Bruce County District Women's Institute holds its 53rd Annual Rally 

Oct 13, 2008 ... 30th anniversary Kountry Kitchen bazaar another success

Oct 12, 2008 ... Property Assessment Generates Anger  

Oct 12, 2008 ... Election coverage and platforms 

Oct 12, 2008 ... Fall Scenes by Liz Dadson

Oct 12, 2008 ... Grade 1 students entertain Trillium Court

Oct 12, 2008 ... New Administrator at Malcolm Place

Oct 11, 2008 ... Tim Hortons Southampton is one year old  

Oct 11, 2008 ... Desboro Fairgrounds gets Trillium Award

Oct 11, 2008 ... Farmers Market Event on International Poverty Eradication Day October 17th

Oct 10 2008 ... Together we can get people moving 

Oct 9 2008 ...James Cowan, Director of the Canadian Raptor Conservancy, knows the intricacies of each bird of prey's personality ...

Oct 8, 2008 ... Bruce-Grey-Owen Sound Conservative candidate issues wrong voting times

Feature Oct 8, 2008 ...Wal-Mart hiring for Port Elgin store

Oct 8, 2008 ... Ontarians Have Opportunity to Send Clear Message This Election

Oct 7, 2008  ... Federal Election next week 

Oct 7, 2008  ... Damage to Thom Noble's political signs 

Oct 7, 2008  ... An Unusual Pet Show

Oct 6, 2008  ... Chilly, but sunny for Tiverton Fall Fair

Oct 6, 2008  ... Walsh donates $23, 400 to Tiverton Firefighters

Oct 6, 2008  ... Big Accident in Kincardine

Oct 6, 2008  ... McIntee Realty of Port Elgin donates to Women's House

Oct 5, 2008 Pumpkinfest Photo Highlights

Oct 5, 2008 Pumpkinfest Opening Ceremonies Uses Politician's Hot Air

Oct 5, 2008 ... Pumpkinfest Returns

Oct 4, 2008 ... Disturbing Letter to the Editor about water

Oct 4, 2008 ... Chantry Derby in trouble 

Oct 4, 2008 ... 'Huge' task of accounting for Southampton's 150th is not complete

Oct 3, 2008 ... Funds and the financial mess 

Oct 2, 2008 ...  When is a shoebox not just a shoebox? 

Oct 2, 2008 ... All roads lead to Tiverton this weekend (Oct. 3-4) for the 147th annual fall fair by Liz Dadson

Oct 1, 2008 ... Women's House receives $1000 at Legault's

Oct 1, 2008 ... An abused dog now thrives

Sept 30, 2008 ... Job Loss Overshadows Bail-Out Blues

Sept 30, 2008 ... OPG presents Environmental Awards ...

Sept 30, 2008 ... Bruce Safe Communities Report Card

Sept 29, 2008 ... Port Elgin and area Scouts march to Fort George

Sept 29, 2008 ... More Ripley Huron Fall Fair Photos

Sept 29, 2008 ... Rain holds off for145th Ripley Huron Fall Fair

Sept 29, 2008 ... An Unusual Gift

Sept 28, 2008 ...Justice Minister, Rob Nicholson, addressed a crowd of  the Tory Faithfull in Port Elgin

Sept 28, 2008 ... Agriculture and the election  

Sept 27, 2008 ... ecoEnergy award at the Museum 

Sept 26, 2008 ... Not just another dog.  Also, a missing dog

Sept 26, 2008 ..The 5th Annual P.E.A.K. Awards were held Wednesday night at Lakeshore Recreation Centre. 

Sept 26, 2008 ... The French Paradox is a documented phenomenon.

Feature Sept 25, 2008 ... MPP Carol Mitchell rises to congratulate the IPM 

Kincardine Sept 25, 2008 ... Pharmasave is sold

Sept 24, 2008 ... Port Elgin Boy Scouts visit Fort George 

Sept 24, 2008 ... "Crisis in Farming" says Liberal Candidate  Thom Noble 

Feature Sept 23, 2008 ... Thom Noble Opens Grey-Bruce Campaign 

Sept 23, 2008 ... Bill Murdoch MPP does 'business as usual' after being ousted from the Conservative Party 

Sept 22, 2008 ... Plowing is a skill learned with time. Age does not matter 

Sept 21, 2008 ... Norm Charbonneau proposes new solution for dangerous Rail Trail H'way 21 crossing

Sept 21, 2008 ...Crime Stoppers raffle bike at IPM

Sept 21, 2008 ...Update from the officials of the IPM  

Sept 21, 2008 ... The International Plowing Match finishes with huge crowds.

Sept 20, 2008 ... Day 3 at the International Plowing Match

Sept. 20, 2008... Financial Engineering Students Flunk the Exam.  Is it just a quiz or is it a final?

Sept 19, 2008 ...  Read the Official Expulsion Letter from the Conservative Party to Bill Murdoch 

Sept 19, 2008 ...  The second day of Bruce County's International Plowing Match was successful welcoming Ontario's Lieutenant Governor David Onley

Sept 18, 2008 ... Bill Murdoch responds to John Tory at the International Plowing Match   

Sept 17, 2008 4:21 pm ... Picture collage of opening of the IPM   

Sept 17, 2008 1:38 pm ... Opening Ceremonies at the International Plowing Match    

Sept 17, 2008 ... For anyone who has never been to an international plowing match, it is an experience.   

Feature Sept 17, 2008 ...  Planet is on brink of catastrophe, says Peace Day speaker (Dadson)

Sept 16, 2008 ... Bruce Power hosts Vips 

Sept 16, 2008 ... The Green Party Nominates Glen Smith of Port Elgin  

Sept 16, 2008 ...If you've never seen a Bank Manager with pink hair, now is your chance to help make it happen! 

Sept 16, 2008 ... Issues facing the Grey-Bruce Labour Council  

Sept 15, 2008 ... 2Green Party Nomination Meeting Today  

Sept 14, 2008 ... PEAK Business awards to be held in Port Elgin September 24, 2008

Sept 12, 2008 ...  Bruce Area Recycling has 11th annual food drive by Liz Dadson  

Sept 12, 2008 ...  CFUW Focusing on Women's Issues and Making a Difference

Sept 10, 2008 ...  Allison back from Beijing gives her final report  

Sept 10, 2008 ...  Poverty plan needs real backbone, Ontarians say

Sept 10, 2008 ...  300,000 Ontario Manufacturing Jobs lost in the last 2 years  

Feature & Video Sept 9, 2008 ...  Draft horses at the Paisley Fall Fair

Sept 8, 2008 ...  Paisley Fall Fair Images 

Sept 8, 2008 ...  Fall in Canada... the Paisley Fall Fair continues a tradition 

Sept 8, 2008 ...  4-H Club at the Paisley  Fall fair 

Sept 6, 2008 ...  Liberal Nominations  Meeting Set 

Sept 4, 2008 ...Duncan Hawthorne of Bruce Power donates $50,000 to the International Plowing Match

Sept 4, 2008 ... He's blunt, he's fiery and passionate and he believes in activism.

Sept 4, 2008 ... According to Site Supervisor for McNally Construction, Steve Deveau, everything is on schedule with the new water intake at the Southampton Water Treatment facility.

Sept 4, 2008 ...The Port Elgin Beach Carnival held on August 29th -- the Friday of the long weekend

Sept 4, 2008 ... Big Labour Day Parade contains everything

Sept 3, 2008 ... Traditional Spectacular End to Summer

Sept 2, 2008 ... Fire in Port Elgin destroys classic car

Sept 3, 2008 ... Sun Shines on Kincardine Fall Fair by Liz Dadson

Sept 1, 2008 ...  Delores Sullivan of SISTERS on Huron is off to Milan for the latest in fashion for her store

Sept 1, 2008 ...  Eugenie gets a new bike 

August 31, 2008 ... Peter Mansbridge to speak at Fundraiser for Community Foundation Grey Bruce

August 28, 2008 ...   Canadian Federation of University Women not just for university graduates but for those who share many common interests.

August 28, 2008 ... Murdoch's Call Gets Special Meeting with MTO Minister about very dangerous intersection 

August 27, 2008 ... Grey-Bruce-Owen Sound will be receiving $10,020,936

August 27, 2008 ...      Couple rides for almost 40 years  

August 26, 2008 ... The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band - The First Century by Liz Dadson  

August 25, 2008 ... Gathering of Bands in Kincardine Saturday draws thousands by Liz Dadson 

August 25, 2008 ...  A Canadian  Soldier's Challenge in Afghanistan by Liz Dadson

August 23, 2008 ... German  Couple visits Port Elgin while sailing around the world aboard the 'Cat' Going  

August 23, 2008 ... A reader comments on the very dangerous Rail Trail and H'way 21 crossing 

August 22, 2008 ... Community help needed for Eugenie Forsyth

Feature August 22, 2008 ... Checking up on Walkerton's Environmental efforts 

August 21, 2008 ...  Allison's second report from the Beijing Olympics 

August 21, 2008 ...  Rotary Club gives $6,000 to MacGregor Point Park 

August 19, 2008 ... ONTARIO EXPANDS HEALTH CARE PARTNERSHIP IN HURON (Carol Mitchell MPP)

August 19, 2008 ...  150th Closing  Ceremony is Magical.  Make sure you see the photos

August 17, 2008 ... The Bruce Grey Owen Sound Federal Liberal Riding Association is opening the floor for nominations for candidacy in the next federal election.

August 17, 2008 ...  Grey Bruce Motorcycle Touring Club visits Southampton and Port Elgin

August 16, 2008 ...  Kites fly over Southampton 

August 16, 2008 ...  Southampton's 150 celebration continues

August 16, 2008 ...  Our Beijing reporter brings us an update about her adventures on the other side of the world at the 2008 Olympics.  We think you'll enjoy this.

August 15, 2008 ...  Labour Day is Coming

August 13, 2008 ...  Kincardine Pathfinders leave for Mexico

August 13, 2008 ...  Bruce Peninsula Association for Community Living (BPACL) received a Capital Grant from the Ministry of Community and Social Services in the amount of $32,000 to upgrade their existing facilities.

August 11, 2008 ...  The latest on fund raising for Eugenie

August 8, 2008 ...  Town vs. Phragmite

August 8, 2008  Marketing 101 according to Chris Hughes

August 4, 2008  ... The opening of the new Saugeen Shores Off-leash Dog Park in Port Elgin is a testament to dedication, focus and hard work.

August 4, 2008  ... Going 'Retro' and losing fitness

 August 3, 2008  ... Dog Park Opens and the circle of friends expands

August 2, 2008  ... Near Tragedy again on the Rail Trail and H'way 21

July 31, 2008  ... Rotary Picnic in the park is held

July 28, 2008  ... Fairy Lake alive with mystery, magic and Fairies

July 28, 2008  ... Tea held in support of Women's House of Bruce County

July 28, 2008  ... A long tradition of Big Band Music continues on Port Elgin Beach

July 27, 2008  ... SISTERS ON HURON plans annual warehouse sale at the Southampton Coliseum August 22-24

July 26 200 McGuinty Government Invests in Equine and Agricultural Centre  

July 26 200 Communities in Action Fund for Goderich-Huron YMCA

July 25 2008 ... ATV Clubs give money to the Rail Trail

July 25, 2008 Canada and  Ontario sign $6.2 infrastructure deal

July 24, 2008 Are you struggling to make ends meet?  Come to a public meeting to give input to Ontario's Poverty Reduction Plan

July 24 2008 ... Murdoch reports big job losses in his riding 

July 24, 2008 Are you struggling to make ends meet?  Come to a public meeting to give input to Ontario’s Poverty Reduction Plan

July 24, 2008 ... July 26th is the new anticipated opening day for the 14,000 square foot state-of-the-art skateboard park in Port Elgin, Saugeen Shores.

July 23, 2008 Fairy Lake needs a real clean-up

July 21 2008 ... Best of the Bruce Series continues at the Museum last Saturday night with  Dorothy Rae and Friends  

July 20, 2008 ... Southampton Harbour was the home of beautiful brides too on Saturday

July 20, 2008 ... Going Aboard the Playfair... an exclusive    

July 20, 2008 .......    The harbour is a beehive of activity as thousands come on Saturday

FLASH July 19, 2008 ... Beautiful wedding in Pioneer Park -- serious accident on the way to the reception

FLASH July 18, 2008 ... Big Shakeup at the Beacon Times and other local print papers

July 17, 2008 ... Out-patient physiotherapy will no longer be covered at Kincardine's South Bruce Grey Health Centre as of August 18th! Reader expresses outrage

July 16, 2008 ... Are you sick and tired of looking at drab signage in your community? As you travel around Bruce County do you often find yourself lost or confused? ,,,,, We want input from you   

July 16, 2008 ... Kite Flying comes to the beach  

Feature July 14, 2008 ...       Beacher's Association has their AGM Saturday July 12 at the Plex in Port Elgin

Feature July 13, 2008 ... A first for Saugeen Shores on Saturday was the Dog Expo at The Plex, held  in support of the new dog park being developed in Port Elgin. 

Feature July 13, 2008 ...      The cultural part of the Bruce County Museum and Cultural Centre was abundance on Saturday night when the sounds of the Dark Angels Blues Band filled the building. 

July 13, 2008 ... Summer is in full swing as Bruce Power has an event filled Beach Party

July 12, 2008 ... As the bomber swooped in over Hanover Airport on Thursday, July 10th, it brought back memories to the veterans who had come out to see a relic from their World War II past....

July 11, 2008 ...     Mayor Charles (Charlie) Bagnato is leading Walkerton into an environmental movement.

July 11, 2008 ... Carol Mitchell, MPP of Huron-Bruce hosted the Minister of the Environment, John Gerretsen, on his first visit to the Walkerton Clean Water Centre

July 11, 2008 ... Bob Trelford Returns 

July 10, 2008 ...Ontario is helping make high-quality child care more affordable for families in Huron-Bruce as part of a new $25 million investment.

July 10, 2008 ...  Carol Mitchell, MPP Huron-Bruce announced a grant of $ 23,800 to Town & Country Support Services.

July 9, 2008 ... Minister of Children and Youth Services, Deb Matthews and MPP Carol Mitchell were in Kincardine on Monday to hear first-hand views surrounding the issue of poverty.

July 8, 2008 ... The very active MPP Carol Mitchell awards $10,000 to Saugeen Shores Department of Community Services

July 8, 2008 Mini Cruiser Night at Kingsway Arms at Elgin Lodge

July 7, 2008 Pharma Plus responds to customers comments about moving out of the core of Southampton

July 6, 2008 Planning Advisory Committee Decisions raise questions

July 5, 2008 ... P.R.A.N.C.E., the therapeutic horseback riding organization for those with mental and physical challenges, held its annual fundraising craft sale on the weekend 

July 4, 2008 ... Carol Mitchell holds meeting on  Fighting Poverty ... Murdoch allegedly refuses

July 4, 2008 ... Grey Bruce Health Unit Rejects Offer, Strike Continues ...

July 4, 2008 ... Vintage Car Night comes on July 7th to the Elgin Lodge

July 3, 2008 ... Saugeen Shores new Youth Coalition is a group of local youth, adults and community partners working together. More ...

July 3, 2008 Most expansive summer program ever at the Bruce County Museum for children and adults 

July 2, 2008 ... Fireworks Canada Day thrill thousands -- Southampton Beach

July 2, 2008 ........... Independent Grocery Celebrates Canada Day

July 2, 2008 ... The demise of robotics in North America and the Auto Industry

July 2, 2008 ... Grey-Bruce Health Unit Support Workers ... no end in sight for the strike

June 30, 2008 A riot of colour and youth ... check the story and the great pictures

June 29, 2008 Cruiser's Night Returns

June 24, 2008 Power Workers Contribute to Tiverton Lion's Club

June 24, 2008  Petition taken to Town Offices about The Sunset Grill

June 20, 2008... Old Men Dream

June 20, 2008 ...  Read how Women's House of Grey/Bruce is committed to providing a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment for women and children who have fled a family violence situation.

June 20, 2008 ... Kingsway Arms at Elgin Lodge is opening its doors to the community with a variety of programs and events.

June 20, 2008 ... PARC's 55+ held their annual dessert bridge on Tues June 17th at the Plex in Port Elgin

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