Members of the Huron & Area Search and Rescue (HASAR) team were on hand at the OPP Appreciation BBQ held in Listowel on May 21, speaking with attendees about what they do in the communities they serve.
The Huron Perth Crime Stoppers and police are asking for the public’s assistance in solving the following break and enter.
A report from Mike Fair, director of community services, stated two English oak trees will be planted to celebrate Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy reforestation initiative throughout the United Kingdom and Commonwealth.
After a very slow start to 2022, April was a busy month for home sales in North Huron.
Council approved the expansion of the Teeswater-Culross cemetery at the May 10 meeting.
During the 2022 March Break, the Howick Recreation Department, in conjunction with the Family Betterment Committee and local volunteers, hosted a week-long day camp at the Howick Community Centre.
A tree was planted at the site of the former Whitechurch Hall in recognition and gratitude for the Queen’s 70 years of service to the British Commonwealth. The tree was donated by Richard Christy, a political sociology professor at Wilfrid Laurier University and resident of Huron-Kinloss, on May 20.
Considering the current housing market, it should come as no surprise that Morris-Turnberry has already agreed to the sale of one of the five municipally-owned lots in Belgrave.
There continues to be plenty of construction activity in Morris-Turnberry.
The Wingham Trail Committee (WTC) and the Township of North Huron have agreed to a memorandum of understanding (MOU), which will assist in defining the roles, relationships, and responsibilities of both the municipality and the WTC.