Fred and Jean Van Tooren’s name announced this morning at the draw in London.
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People with a desire to see improvements to the Saugeen River will meet in Walkerton tonight.
A Wingham-based manufacturer has won a national award.
OPP have identified three people killed in a collision on Highway 89 near the 1st line of Mono.
Family members 43 year old Tina Andersen, 3 year old Benjamin Parkinson, and 6 year old Gunner Parkinson, of Orangeville, died in the crash.
The three were in a 20132 Honda Accord that collided with a dump truck yesterday afternoon.
The driver of the dump truck was transported to hospital in shock but has since been released.
The two declared candidates for the NDP nomination in the federal Huron-Bruce riding take to the microphone tonight in Goderich for the nomination meeting.
The Goderich shoreline as well as the streets at the top of the bluffs were packed for last night’s show by the Canadian Forces Snowbirds.
As hospitals continue to trim their budgets, the South Bruce Grey Health Centre has decided it will no longer provide laundry services in-house.
More than half of the families in Huron County earn less that what is considered a living wage.
OPP say another person has been taken to local hospital with life-threatening injuries.
OPP say a 39-year-old London man was killed.