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OPP investigating crash west of Molesworth

MOLESWORTH - The driver involved in a single motor vehicle collision that took place earlier this...



Morris-Turnberry Community Control Group rise to the emergency exercise challenge

MORRIS-TURNBERRY– The Morris-Turnberry (MT) municipal offices were the scene of an emergency...



F.E. Madill students to scare hunger away this Halloween

The F.E. Madill Mustangs Making a Difference Group will once again be going door-to-door collecting...



New firefighters take oath to protect

“I do solemnly and sincerely swear that I will truly and faithfully execute and perform the duties...



BB2F seeks support in quest for national grant

WINGHAM – The Building Bridges to our Future (BB2F) community group has applied for the Aviva...



Huron County drafts cycling strategy to improve safety and enjoyment

GODERICH – The public is invited to comment on the draft document before Oct. 20.



Blyth Memorial Community Hall renovation recieves federal funding

NORTH HURON – The Township of North Huron is pleased to announce the influx of $979,907 toward the...



New policies aim to improve quality at hospital

WINGHAM – The Listowel Wingham Hospital Association approved eight new quality policies for the...

Identify this man

Through investigation, the Huron County OPP Crime Unit investigators discovered that a journalist working in northern Ontario had captured photos of the victim near Espanola Ontario in September. It was further determined that the victim was traveling from Alberta to Ontario under the assumed name of “Mitchell Nelson”.

Celebrating One Year

Pictured holding their creations is Wingham Collective Kitchen participant, Mike Cowan with food advisers Marilyn King and Cindy Bos at the one-year-anniversary of the local collective kitchen. A group of community members meets once a month at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church from 9:30 a.m. to noon.


Students in the Associate Diploma in Equine Care and Management program will complete the first year of their studies through Ridgetown at the Regional Equine and Agricultural Centre in Clinton, and the second year at the Ridgetown Campus in Ridgetown, ON.


Pictured cutting the ribbon at the grand opening of the White Willow studio in Wingham is (left to right) landlords Doug Kuyvenhoven and Jeff Drost, White Willow owner Mary Skinn, North Huron Coun. Yolanda Ritsema-Teeninga, and North Huron economic development officer Connie Goodall.

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Steve Poltz

Thu Oct 27 | 7:30 PM

Fergus Ghost Tour

Sat Nov 5 | 8:00 PM

Billy Joel & the Piano Men

Sun Oct 30 | 3:00 PM

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Mon Nov 14 | 1:00 PM

Nordic Pole Walking - Erin

Mon Oct 31 | 3:30 PM

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