A new fire training facility on the Bruce Power site will soon be available to municipal fire departments in Bruce, Grey and Huron counties.
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The Municipality of Kincardine is in the process of calling for tenders for a $9-million water and sewer line into the Inverhuron area.
Plans for the Ripley Reunion are speeding along.
The long-serving Fire Chief for Ripley-Huron is retiring.
Point Clark lakeside residents want hunting banned from their area.
Later this year, residents within a 50 km range of Bruce Power will be told of some enhanced ways they will be helped in the event of a nuclear emergency.
Work is underway on a major turbine project north of Kincardine.
The off-again, on-again Bruce Telecom sale raised a few sparks at last night’s Kincardine council meeting.
The Kincardine Fire Department has taken ownership of a brand new rescue truck.
A new partnership has been formed to increase safety at Bruce Power and area.