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South Huron passes 2015 budget

The 2015 South Huron municipal budget was passed by councillors at the March 16 meeting. The municipality’s general levy will increase four per cent in 2015

The Grand Bend area sewage treatment facility gradually makes its appearance with erection of structural steel for its administration and processing building, an achievement that had been hoped for before a long and harsh winter set in. (photo/Gord Whitehead)

Sewage plant construction 25% completed

Construction of the Grand Bend area sewage treatment facility is 25 per cent completed, its project manager said last week in an upbeat presentation to politicians on the Lambton Shores-South Huron board that oversees wastewater services to the two adjoining municipalities.

South Huron exempts non-residential sector from development charges

Those proposed large increases to South Huron’s development charges? You can forget about them.

South Huron exempts non-residential sector from development charges

Those proposed large increases to South Huron’s development charges? You can forget about them.

SCHMALZ GAME TWO: Exeter Hawks player Tyler Kettler, left, moves past one of the Essex 73 players when the two teams clashed in game two of the Schmalz Cup on March 20.  The Hawks lost 3-1, then played game three on March 22, and lost 5-2.

Exeter eliminated from Schmalz Cup by Essex

Despite a strong effort, The Exeter Hawks have been eliminated from the Schmalz Cup after taking four straight losses against Essex.

U19A Ringette to represent Ontario at championships

The Exeter/Seaforth U19A provincial ringette team had to fight from behind to win 4-2 over Mississauga for the provincial championship title this past weekend.

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Protect us from wind turbine fires, resident urges

LAMBTON SHORES — Lambton Shores council has been requested to follow the lead of a handful of Ontario municipalities which have enacted bylaws requiring industrial wind farm developers to install fire detection and fire suppression systems in their turbine towers.

ABCA talks of area flood risks

EXETER – Last week was an apt time for the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority (ABCA) to host its annual Flood Emergency Planning Meeting, as it occurred as the annual spring thaw had begun in earnest.

Huron County soldiers to be honoured on European tour

GODERICH — Starting in April, Jim Rutledge of Goderich will be on a journey that will take him across Europe as he remembers the heroes of Huron County from the two World Wars.

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