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Shoreline erosion puts nearby buildings at risk

BLUEWATER — The shoreline of Lake Huron has a high number of buildings considered ‘at risk’ from...

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South Huron invited to "shared services" discussion

SOUTH HURON — South Huron has been invited by its neighbours to join in talks regarding sharing...

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South Huron hires integrity commissioner

SOUTH HURON — The Municipality of South Huron has hired an integrity commissioner. In a vote at...

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SWIFT receives $180 million in provincial and federal funding through Small Communities Fund

Ultra-high speed Internet connectivity is critical to rural economic development and Southwestern...

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Syrian family coming to Exeter

EXETER — Now is your opportunity to help a Syrian refugee family that will soon be moving to the...

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Petition started against Hensall wheelie bins

HENSALL — A wheelie bin system for garbage pick-up will be tested in Hensall, but not everyone in...

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Housing numbers down in Lucan Biddulph, but expected to rebound

LUCAN BIDDULPH — The number of housing starts in Lucan Biddulph has slowed in the first half of...

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Traffic lights at Saintsbury soon?

LUCAN BIDDULPH — The long awaited traffic lights at Main Street and Saintsbury may well be...

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Dark Horse

Dark Horse Estate Winery celebrated the unveiling of its brand new 31,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose facility on B Line beside the Huron Country Playhouse at a VIP tour July 21. The new winery will host a grand opening this Saturday.

Campaign Completion

A group of donors and campaign members gathered to celebrate the completion of the Our Hospital, Our Future fundraising campaign, which raised $4,500,000 dollars to redevelop the Wingham and District Hospital.

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Campaign Leader Scott Miller, Bruce Power Communications Specialist Christine John, Bruce Power VP Corporate Affairs James Scongack, Campaign Chair Mark Foxton.

Saying farewell

Exeter Elementary School teacher Doris Becker taught her last day of class June 29, retiring after more than 26 years of teaching in the area, including stops at Usborne Central and Hensall Public. Above she holds “Fuzzy Wuzzy,” a present a friend bought her after she suffered injuries in a car accident in 1985.

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Wellington North Farmers' Market

Fri Oct 7 | 3:00 PM

If Truth Be Told

Sat Sep 3 | 2:00 PM

The Last Donnelly Standing

Fri Sep 2 | 8:00 PM

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Thu Aug 11 | 7:30 PM

Pipes, Plaid and Pageantry...

Sun Aug 14 | 8:00 AM

Fergus Scottish Festival

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