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If you find yourself fascinated by shipwrecks, it may surprise you to learn just how many shipwrecks you can find around Michigan and even in some that can be visited by paddle boat. Read the full story by WKFR – Kalamazoo, MI. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Daily News
The Adopt-a-Forest program is volunteer-driven and helps people engage with the outdoors and encourages them to keep public lands clean, the state Department of Natural Resources says.
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Scott Graham hung on to win the Owen Sound Salmon Spectacular fishing derby with the top salmon Sunday. The retired Canada Post worker caught his 24.29-pounder in Thompson’s Hole, on a “Stairway to Heaven” old Lyman lure. He caught it a week ago Saturday, the second day of the derby. “It’s awesome,” he said after […]
A developer’s plan to build a $6.5-million four-storey luxury hotel with 21 rooms and ground-floor restaurant on Sauble Beach’s Lakeshore Boulevard cleared a significant hurdle Tuesday. South Bruce Peninsula council voted to direct staff to include on an upcoming agenda a bylaw to approve a zoning change that will allow Maison Canada Design & Build […]
On Saturday, April 9, the Kincardine Theatre Guild (KTG) held a workshop Stage Management, which organizer Andy Wasylycia states is probably the most important role in putting on a production. Approximately 26 people attended – neighbouring theatre groups and towns joined in as well as members of the KTG. The workshop was led by Bev […]
Water rates are going up by five per cent in Owen Sound this year and combined water and sewer bills will increase by about $5.60 per month, starting in July. Water rates are expected to increase by an estimated six per cent in 2023 and every year thereafter through 2030, a report to city council […]