Retired police officer fills pandemic hours

When it comes to a pandemic, what does a retired police officer do to stay occupied when no longer required to put on the...

What, where and why a wind sock

Residents in Southampton took recent notice of a florescent orange 'wind sock' atop the water intake station at the bottom of Bay Street so...

The legend of the famous Bluenose lives on 100 years later

Today, March 26th, marks the 100th anniversary of the launch of the famous Bluenose schooner built in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. Designed by William RouƩ, a...

Huron Haven gets a major facelift

Huron Haven Motel, south of High Street on Huron Street in Southampton, is undergoing a major renovation after being sold by Brian Vokes last...

‘Historicā€™ investments announced for senior care in Huron-Bruce

Following the tabling of the Ontario Governmentā€™s 2021-2022 budget, Protecting Peopleā€™s Health and Our Economy,Ā Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson made some ā€œhistoricā€ announcements Thursday to...

Memories: John (Jack) McLellan – an original teamster

In the early days, a ā€˜teamsterā€™ was a truck driver or, before that, a person who drove teams of draft animals. TheĀ nameĀ dates back to 1903,...

Celebrating Archives and the history of Bruce County

Each year, the first week of April is dedicated to Archives Awareness Week in Ontario. At the Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre, the...

OPGā€™s biodiversity work in Bruce County wins Gold Certification

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has been awarded Gold Certification by the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC), for biodiversity programs at the Western Waste Management Facility...

Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre welcomes new Development Officer

The Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre is pleased to announce that Rachel Taylor has joined their team in the Development Officer role. ā€œThe Development...

Once Upon a Time: Cunningham-Greer store at Glamis – Part 2

Mrs. A.E. Greer was a storekeeper for many years in Glamis. She describes the storeā€™s early days, including memories provided by Mrs. Lila MacLean....

Today is World Water Day

To create awareness regarding the importance of water, the United Nations (UN) declared today, March 22nd, as World Water Day. So, whatever water is...

Signs of Bruce County Spring

  For larger view, Click on Image https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7g1khJkilM For larger views, Cllck on Images Dove photos by Mike Crossing

Saugeen First Nation Water Walk raises awareness of Indigenous concerns

On Saturday March 20th, 2021 youth and community members held a ceremonial prayer Water Walk from Saugeen First Nation to Sauble to support community...

First day of Spring is definitely Spring-like on Lake Huron

Mother Nature generously brought sunny skies and warmer temperatures on the first day of Spring, March 20th. The azure blue of Lake Huron seemed to...