The City of Owen Sound is increasing capacity at City recreation facilities in response to the province’s updated regulations released last week.
Off-road vehicle and snowmobile riders who are claustrophobic would not have to wear a helmet if a series of bills are passed by the Michigan Legislature.
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South Huron council has approved expenditures totalling 6.5 million dollars on the Stephen Township Arena and the South Huron Recreation Centre.
A number of clinics will be set up in various communities.
Trails that can accommodate strollers, wheelchairs with tank treads and baby changing stations in men’s bathrooms are part of a push to accommodate a surge of new visitors at Michigan state parks.
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2020 was a record year for visitors at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. But this year hasn’t kept up.
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The Western Ontario Athletic Association (WOAA) handed out awards on Sept. 21 and two local people were recognized by the association. Dave Black, formerly of Lucknow and a former Lucknow Recreation Director, received the WOAA Lifetime Membership Award. This award is conferred upon individuals who have given 20 years or more service, with 10 of […]
Close to 100 people gathered at the Mildmay Recreation Centre Wednesday evening, to protest vaccination certificates now mandated by the Ontario government.
The two dose rate in Huron and Perth is sitting at 76.6 percent for those 12 and older.
The work started in 2019 but the pandemic paused any plans up until Sunday.
When the COVID-19 pandemic struck, millions of Americans suddenly found themselves out of work or working remotely, their recreational options severely limited with the closure of bars, eateries, gyms and countless public spaces.
So what better way to spend time with family while remaining socially distanced than buying a boat and hitting the water?
Samples of a microbial mat at the bottom of a 75-foot-deep sinkhole off the north shore of Middle Island, near Rockport State Recreation Area in the waters of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary in Lake Huron, answers a question scientists have asked for decades about the rise in Earth’s oxygen levels. Read the full story…
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