SUMMER DRIVING TIPS FROM THE OPP
6/23/2017 2:58:30 PM
Summer has officially arrived! And Middlesex County OPP are reminding drivers to travel with care and pay extra attention during this first weekend of summer.

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HURON COUNTY LOOKING FOR NEW CAO
6/23/2017 9:47:54 AM
August 2nd will be a sad day for Huron County council as it will be the last official meeting for CAO Brenda Orchard. Orchard has taken on the role of CAO for Lennox and Addington in Eastern Ontario.

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ONLY ONE LOCAL BEACH UNSAFE FOR SWIMMING
6/23/2017 9:45:16 AM
With the summer months now upon us, local Health Units will be conducting water tests to ensure that area beaches are safe to swim in. The local Health Units look for bacteria in the water which can increase illness. A common bacteria is E.

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GODERICH MAYOR TO PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL PRIDE PARADE
6/23/2017 9:43:19 AM
The Municipality of Kincardine will have its first-ever Pride Parade this weekend. The event begins Saturday at 11AM from Connaught Park, and follows a route to Victoria Park downtown. An area politician has accepted an invitation to march in the Kincardine Pride Parade.

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IRATE MAN FACES CHARGES AFTER GRAND BEND INCIDENT
6/23/2017 9:40:30 AM
On Wednesday just before noon, Lambton OPP officers were called to a disturbance at the Grand Bend by-law office. Police say that a male went to the office to dispute a $35 parking ticket, and it's alleged during the despite the man became irate, threatened and then assaulted a by-law officer.

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SOUTH HURON THEFT
6/23/2017 9:34:04 AM
Huron County OPP officers along with the Huron OPP Property Crimes Unit are investigating a break, enter and theft that took place in South Huron. Police say that between 7 PM on June 16th and 5 AM on June 17th, suspected broke into a commercial building located on Grand Bend Line.

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CLAYBIRD GUN CLUB HOLDING A CHARITY EVENT FOR VICTIM SERVICES THIS WEEKEND
6/22/2017 11:02:40 AM
Coming up this weekend is a Charity Fun Competition put on by the Claybird Gun Club which is a not-for-profit organization.

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LCBO WORKERS COULD STRIKE MONDAY
6/22/2017 10:00:05 AM
It might be time to stock up on your favourite alcoholic beverages. The LCBO continues to be at odds with their workers and now the Union has announced that as of 12:01 AM on Monday, June 26th they are in a legal strike position.

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OPP OFFICERS TO BE EQUIPPED WITH NALOXONE KITS
6/22/2017 9:58:28 AM
The pressence of Fentanyl continues to sweep across Ontario. OPP officers are now being equipped with Naloxone kits to help deal with the rising amount of cases.

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WORLD REFUGEE DAY A BIG SUCCESS IN GODERICH
6/22/2017 9:55:47 AM
The rain didn't dampen the spirits of those attending World Refugee Day commemorations in Goderich. The Tuesday event was sponsored by the Multicultural Association of Perth-Huron and drew Syrian refugees and members of local sponsorship organization.

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MAYOR COLE SPEAKS ABOUT REMARKABLE WOMEN'S EVENT
6/22/2017 9:53:05 AM
An incredible celebration took place on June 15th at the South Huron Rec Centre as close to 200 women were celebrated for being remarkable women within the community.

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HEATED SOUTH HURON COUNCIL MEETING
6/21/2017 9:42:56 AM
It was a heated South Huron council meeting on Monday night. A verbal sparring match ensued between Mayor Maureen Cole and Councilor Wayne DeLuca about a conference and workshop that the Mayor attended without council consent.

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GODERICH PORT EXPANSION UNDERWAY
6/21/2017 9:39:05 AM
An almost decade-long process is coming to fruition in Canada's Prettiest Town.

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SUMMER OUTLOOK
6/21/2017 9:36:16 AM
For those of you baking in the sun, dreading the official start to summer, myFM has some good news. For those of you waiting for these rain clouds to go away so you can hit the beach, not so much.

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DANGEROUS DRIVER ARRESTED
6/21/2017 9:32:56 AM
A 23-year-old man is facing charges following an incident a couple weeks ago in Brussels. Police say the man lead officers on a chase on May 23rd as they attempted to stop the accused who was driving a Chevrolet Monte Carlo on Newry Road.

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COMMERCIAL VEHICLE BLITZ
6/21/2017 9:30:33 AM
Last Friday, Huron County, South Bruce County, and Perth County OPP officers along with a Ministry of Transportation officer conducted commercial motor vehicle safety inspections in Goderich.

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TODAY IS WORLD REFUGEE DAY
6/20/2017 12:28:32 PM
World Refugee Day commemorations are back at Lions Harbour Park in Canada's Prettiest Town. This is the second year for today's event, sponsored by the Multicultural Association of Perth Huron. The gathering, at Pavilion One of Lion's Harbour Park, begins at 6PM.

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OPP OFFICER ASSAULTED LAST WEEK
6/20/2017 11:50:55 AM
A Bluewater man landed himself in hot water, after an interaction with police last week. Police say that at about 3:21 PM on June 14th a Huron County OPP officer watched as a Kubota Utility Vehicle fail to stop for the stop sign at Short Horn Road near Airport Line.

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FARM ACCIDENT IN PERTH COUNTY CLAIMS YOUNG BOYS LIFE
6/20/2017 11:04:08 AM
A sad story out of Perth County as a young boy has died following a farm accident. Police say that on Monday shortly before 7:30 PM, Perth OPP along with the Perth East Fire Department, and Perth County Paramedics responded to a farm property on Line 61 in the Township of Perth East.

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TOWN OF LUCAN BIDDULPH ASKING RESIDENTS TO REDUCE WATER USE ON WEDNESDAY
6/20/2017 9:56:31 AM
The Lake Huron water treatment plant will be shut down on Wednesday, June 21st for close to eight hours. The reason for the closure is an electrical upgrades project which is slated to begin at 8 AM.

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GRAND BEND BEACHFEST
6/20/2017 9:54:52 AM
A brand new event is coming to Grand Bend this weekend. The Grand Bend Beachfest which is replacing the annual Drive N Jive event takes place on Saturday, June 24 at the Grand Bend Main Beach and runs from noon until midnight.

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FEARS FROM LOWER TIER COUNCILS ABOUT AMALGAMATION FOLLOWING STUDY SUGGESTION.
6/20/2017 9:50:18 AM
Lower Tier Councils are expressing fears a suggestion from the Huron County Economic Development Board to conduct a 60 thousand dollar study on effective governance may be a hidden push to move on to the next level with amalgamations that began in year 2000, and create one country-wide municipality.

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STOP AND LOOK CAMPAIGN RESULTS
6/20/2017 9:43:04 AM
myFM has an update to a story that we brought to you earlier this month. Perth County OPP conducted their Stop and Look campaign from June 5th until 11th, and the results are in. 41 stop sign charges were issued during the campaign.

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HURON-BRUCE MPP LISA THOMPSON ON LIBERALS FAIR HYDRO PLAN
6/19/2017 1:14:17 PM
The Liberal Government's Fair Hydro Plan wants to see hydro bills lowered by 25 percent, but Conservative members do not agree with the plan. Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson tells myFM News there is nothing fair about it and it is just an attempt to get a bump in the polls.

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HEALTH UNIT ON OPIOID DRUG ISSUE
6/19/2017 1:11:48 PM
Recently it was announced by Ontario's Health Minister Eric Hoskins that the province would be helping health units deals with the ongoing opioid drug crisis.

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SOUTH HURON HOSPITAL RENOS
6/19/2017 1:08:49 PM
The South Huron Hospital has gotten a makeover. President and CEO of the South Huron Hospital Association Todd Stepanuik tells myFM News that one thing that became evident when he first started and that was the hospital needed to be renovated.

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POLICE WARN OF DOOR TO DOOR SCAMS
6/19/2017 1:06:10 PM
The OPP is warning people to be aware of door-to-door frauds. Middlesex OPP say that it was reported that a male was selling pizza making kits as part of a fundraiser for the Ailsa Craig Food Bank. Staff at the Food Bank were alerted by people who purchased the kits when they never received.

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LUNCH TIME BEERS NOT OKAY WITH OPP
6/19/2017 1:04:10 PM
Lunch time beers are not okay, that's the message from Huron County OPP following a traffic stop on June 8th. An officer was patrolling on Rodgerville Road in the Municipality of Bluewater when he noticed a passenger of a vehicle throw a beer can out of the car window onto the gravel road.

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