A tribute to a modest gentleman

Dear Editor: Thank you for taking the editorial liberty of adding background details to the obituary of Gary Harron, January 24th (2023). Mr. Harron's contributions to...

What are they trying to protect? asks reader

Dear Editor, As South Bruce voters head to the polls next week, a local activist group is running a full slate of candidates, in an...

Group appears to feel it has special privilege, time to stop it says reader

To the Editor: It is extremely disappointing that the Nuclear Innovation Institute plan has changed. Since I was born and lived here in Southampton my entire...

Heritage is not being honoured by town says reader

To the Editor: There is a vote tomorrow night (Feb. 11/19), at the Town Council meeting to abandon our Waterfront Master Plan's 'Authentic Story Section'...

The Last Train to Port Elgin

To the Editor: The 30 year legacy of the iconic, unique, 24-gauge, one of a kind in Canada Hess Train, is over for us. For...

Beach should remain public says reader

To the Editor: Saugeen Shores council is considering a proposal that would commercialize the entire main Port Elgin beach area between Green and Elgin St....

Southampton Cenotaph revitalization – the gift that keeps on giving

To the Editor: Thanks in part to the coverage provided by Saugeen Times  - https://saugeentimes.com/renewal-of-the-southampton-community-cenotaph/ the support for the renewal of the Southampton Cenotaph has been heartening. ...

The Big Spend coming soon

Dear Editor: As Lead Pastor at SouthPort Church in Saugeen Shores, I am writing to let everyone know about a community initiative focused on supporting...

Nuclear waste is not a dirty secret says reader

To the Editor: Here in South Bruce, as we continue to explore whether we will become a willing host for Canada's Deep Geological Repository (DGR)...

Collaboration is essential and rewarding says reader

To the Editor: (CAO and Council) For over two years now, there has been ongoing tension between Saugeen Shores Council and Administration, and members of...

“Ah, Houston, we have a problem here”

From Shakespeare's day of Romeo and Juliet and his “What's in a name? that which we call a rose ... By any other name would...

Grey Bruce Labour Council on return to in-person learning

Worker by worker or in the context of community, or both, the cornerstone of organized labour is health and safety. Demonstrated over decades of...

Acts of Kindness: Student Makes a Difference

Last year I received my personalized license plates in the mail. I attempted to remove my existing plates at the time but was having...

Earl Farrell Endowment Fund continues to grow

The Gran Fondo Lake Huron 2023 was the best of challenges, and for me, a beast of a challenge!! The first half of the...