Eat Your Heartland Out is a Taste Awards nominated program about the intersection of food and culture in the American Midwest. The show is produced by the Heritage Radio Network, a leader in culinary audio storytelling and distributed on the Public Radio Exchange (PRX), which provides content to public radio affiliates across the United States.
The province has removed gathering limits for Remembrance Day ceremonies but Grey-Bruce legions are still taking a cautious approach amid the 20-month-long pandemic. Owen Sound will have singing, with COVID-19 masks on, and a small parade but no elderly veterans and vulnerable legion members are invited to the cenotaph. In Durham, a much reduced service […]
Just like the atmosphere and the ocean, lakes can be subject to extreme spikes in temperature, and new research shows that the vast majority of these heatwaves over the past 25 years are the result of human-caused climate change.
Iestyn Woolway – a climate scientist at Bangor University in Wales – and his colleagues analysed satellite data of surface temperatures in lakes around the world, including the Great Lakes, to identify when and where heatwaves occurred since the satellites came online in 1995.
A campaign by Home and Community Support Services Grey-Bruce aims to encourage kindness while also raising awareness and funds to support its services. The organization’s Kindness Makes Cents is ongoing this summer, and is inviting area residents to join in the fun and support the community’s seniors and disabled adults. The initiative has had a […]
The Owen Sound Attack defeated the Flint Firebirds on Saturday night to sweep back-to-back games in the Michigan city. The win also gave Owen Sound the season series against Flint, going 3-1 overall. On Saturday night, Cedrick Guindon scored the go-ahead goal with three-and-a-half to play and Owen Sound held on for the win. Logan […]
Winterfest is returning to Sauble Beach. The annual celebration of winter in the community along the Lake Huron shore is back on Jan. 20 and 21 after being cancelled the past two years because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “We are looking to get everybody out and about, especially with isolation in the winter here,” Sauble […]