New Regional Harbourmaster to begin on Friday
Mr Buell's highly commended maritime career was shaped in both the Royal New Zealand Navy and Canadian Armed Forces .
The Globe and Mail
Lives Lived: Lippe Catharinus de Haan, 80
Teacher, pigeon racer, machinist, musician. Born on Oct. 8, 1933, in Surhuisterveen, the Netherlands; died on May 6, 2014, in Exeter, Ont., of cancer, aged 80. The emigration of Lippe Catharinus de Haan Jr. from the Netherlands to Canada had an inauspicious start.
Big crowd on hand for Pepsi Night in Hanover
A large crowd was on hand for the first buffet of the season in the new Coach House Restaurant and the festivities included 2,000 dollars worth of prizes courtesy of Pepsi in Owen Sound.
Owen Sound police officer faces charges
OWEN SOUND, Ont. - An Owen Sound police officer is facing numerous charges under the Police Services Act.
The Western Producer
Ontario rancher bucks the cash crop trend
Peter Kotzeff had never heard of Beef Farmers of Ontario's environmental stewardship award until he was encouraged to apply.
The Wellington Advertiser
Public works director hired by township
McRoberts has 25 years of experience in public works, including senior management, having served previously with the Town of South Bruce Peninsula, where he was manager of public works, and the City of Owen Sound as director of operations.
Tornado strikes southern Ontario, 58,000 without power
The storm late Tuesday afternoon -- a remnant of the weather system that brought tornadoes to Nebraska earlier in the week -- was centered on the suburban Ontario town of Angus, northwest of Toronto.
Calves make schoolyard home after bolting from farm
Students heading out to their schoolyard in downtown Owen Sound, Ont., on Wednesday morning were greeted with an unusual find: 11 lost calves milling around their playground.