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CONSERVATION PASSES AVAILABLE AT THE ORANGEVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY
7/13/2018 5:23:27 PM
You can use your library card to check out a family general admission pass to check out local conservation areas.
This new program is in partnership with the Credit Valley Conservation (CVC) and the Toronto Region Conservation Authority (TRCA).

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2ND ANNUAL ISLANDPALOOZA GOES SATURDAY
7/13/2018 5:15:54 PM
The 2nd annual Islandpalooza goes on Saturday (July 14).
The event takes place after the Island Lake Bass Fishing Derby.
The free event will have local vendors, a beer tent, food truck, and local musicians performing on the floating dock.

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519 LOUD N' PROUD TRUCK SHOW & SHINE GOES THIS WEEKEND
7/13/2018 5:10:42 PM
The second annual 519 Loud N' Proud Truck Show & Shine is taking place this weekend at the Orangeville Fairgrounds.
The event runs until Sunday (July 15).
The weekend features a truck show and shine and a truck pull. It costs $20 to enter your truck.

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NATIONAL CIB JUDGES ARE IN TOWN UNTIL SATURDAY
7/13/2018 4:59:30 PM
National Communities in Bloom (CIB) judges are in Orangeville.
They arrived in town Thursday (July 12) and will continue to tour Orangeville until tomorrow. That was one of the judges Susan Ellis.

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NOVICE DRIVER WITH A NEED FOR SPEED HAS LOST THEIR LICENSE
7/13/2018 4:54:30 PM
A G1 driver has been charged with stunt driving.
Caledon OPP were doing a radar enforcement on Wednesday (July 11) at about 3:43 pm on Highway 10, south of Beechgrove Side Road.

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THREE LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS ON A MISSION TO FIND OUTSTANDING YOUTH IN HEADWATERS
7/13/2018 4:52:09 PM
Three local organizations have teamed up to find 25 of the most outstanding young people in Headwaters.
The Dufferin County Museum, Theatre Orangeville, and In The Hills Magazine are each celebrating 25-year anniversaries.

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BEST OF TORONTO FRINGE COMING TO ORANGEVILLE
7/13/2018 11:42:29 AM
David Nairn, Artistic Director at Theatre Orangeville, says the two shows they're bringing to FRINGEnorth(519) were monster hits at the Toronto Fringe Festival. The second show 'Meg MacKay Freelance Witch'. The shows won't be held at the Opera House.

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RESIDENTS ASKED TO VOLUNTARILY REDUCE WATER CONSUMPTION IN GRAND RIVER WATERSHED
7/13/2018 9:58:00 AM
Residents and businesses in the Grand River watershed are being asked to cut back on their water usage.
The Grand River Conservation Authority (GRCA) is recommending water conservation due to a prolonged dry spell.

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OPA PITCHES 2020 INTERNATIONAL PLOWING MATCH TO DUFFERIN COUNTY
7/13/2018 9:34:52 AM
The Ontario Plowmen's Association wants Dufferin County to host the 2020 International Plowing Match (IPM) and Rural Expo.
It made its pitch to county council on Thursday (July 12), seeking support in principle.

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FIRE BAN IN CALEDON
7/13/2018 9:25:28 AM
Caledon has issued an open air burn ban across the municipality.
The ban came into effect at 8 a.m. Friday (July 13).
It ban applies to all agricultural and open air fires.

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CHARGE LAID IN CALEDON ROAD RAGE INCIDENT
7/13/2018 9:19:41 AM
A Caledon man has been charged in a road rage incident that started on Highway 410.
Caledon OPP say late Tuesday night (July 10), two men were travelling north on the 410 before getting off at Mayfield Road toward Kennedy Road.

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UPDATE: ORANGEVILLE OFFICER INJURED AFTER CRUISER RUN OFF THE ROAD
7/12/2018 5:15:51 PM
myFM News has more details about an Orangeville Police officer that was run off the road last night (Wed. July 11).

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BURN BAN ISSUED IN ERIN
7/12/2018 11:42:25 AM
Erin's Fire Department has followed Dufferin County's fire chiefs, issuing an open air burn ban.
The burn ban came into effect Thursday morning (July 12).

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CRASH INVOLVING MOTORCYCLE CLOSES STRETCH OF THE GORE ROAD
7/12/2018 9:21:56 AM
A motorcyclist has serious injuries after hitting a deer Thursday (July 12) on The Gore Road.
It happened near Finnerty Sideroad at around 7 a.m..
The female rider was airlifted to a Toronto hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.

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COMMUNITIES IN BLOOM JUDGES ARRIVE IN ORANGEVILLE
7/12/2018 9:19:03 AM
The judges for the National Communities in Bloom competition will be in Orangeville starting Thursday (July 12).
Two judges will be toured around Orangeville and meeting with local officials until Saturday.

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JOY BELL RECEIVES SENIOR OF THE YEAR AWARD
7/12/2018 9:16:11 AM
Orangeville's Joy Bell has received a provincial Senior of the Year award.
Bell is well known in the community as a teacher, volunteer, and musical mentor.
She was an elementary classroom and music teacher for 30 years.

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NEW HOSPITAL BEDS ARRIVE AT HEADWATERS HEALTH CARE CENTRE
7/12/2018 9:10:14 AM
New hospital beds and mattresses have arrived at Headwaters Health Care Centre.
Twenty-two new beds are now in service in the medical, surgical and obstetric units.

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BREAKING: DUFFERIN FIRE CHIEFS ISSUE FIRE BAN
7/11/2018 1:00:44 PM
All open air fires are banned across Dufferin County.
At 12 p.m. Wednesday (July 11), Dufferin County's fire chiefs imposed a fire ban effectively immediately. It's being imposed due to extreme dryness of all vegetation in the area.

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BREAKING: WELLINGTON-HALTON HILLS MPP TED ARNOTT ELECTED SPEAKER OF LEGISLATURE
7/11/2018 11:16:10 AM
Longtime Conservative MPP Ted Arnott has been elected the Speaker of the House for the Ontario legislature.
The 28-year veteran at Queen's Park has served the riding of Wellington since 1990.

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FOUR CHARGED AFTER ORANGEVILLE TRAIN STATION VANDALIZED
7/11/2018 10:14:01 AM
Four teens have been charged in connection to vandalism at the Orangeville train yard on Townline.
Police say a building window and several windows and lights on a train were smashed at around 1 a.m. Monday (July 9).

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ORANGEVILLE COUN. BRADLEY NOT SEEKING RE-ELECTION
7/11/2018 10:04:21 AM
Orangeville Councillor Sylvia Bradley will not seek re-election in the upcoming municipal election.
She began her political career 12 years ago.

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ONTARIO CORONER INVESTIGATING THREE DEATHS POSSIBLY LINKED TO RECENT HEAT WAVE
7/11/2018 9:49:46 AM
Ontario's chief coroner is investigating three deaths possibly linked to the recent heat wave.
Dr. Dirk Huyer says the deaths were reported to his office within the last four days.
He could not disclose where the deaths occurred.

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AUDIO: WADE MILLS & STEVE ANDERSON FILE TO RUN FOR MAYOR, DEPUTY MAYOR RESPECTIVELY IN SHELBURNE
7/10/2018 5:22:32 PM
A day after current Shelburne Mayor Ken Bennington announced he was hanging up his political hat, two Councillors have put their names forward to become the next Mayor and Deputy Mayor.

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WEST RALLY TO BEAT EAST IN NDBL ALL-STAR GAME
7/10/2018 1:35:33 PM
The North Dufferin Baseball League West All-Stars came from behind to defeat the East 11-10.
The West stormed back from a four run defecit in the ninth inning to capture its third consecutive All-Star Game victory.

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ORANGEVILLE GOES AHEAD WITH PURCHASE OF FOURTH BUS
7/10/2018 12:32:57 PM
Orangeville will get another new bus, but some councillors don't feel it is warranted.
It will be the fourth bus added to Orangeville Transit's new fleet. The purchase was approved in the 2018 budget and council approved the tender award at its last meeting.

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HOMEOWNERS BEING OVERCHARGED FOR DRIVEWAY PAVING: OPP
7/10/2018 11:24:37 AM
Dufferin OPP is warning of a paving scam.
Police allege a paving company called 'Q-Line Paving' is completing jobs but charging more than what was agreed too.

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JR. A NORTHMEN GET HOME-FLOOR ADVANTAGE IN RD. 1 AGAINST WHITBY
7/10/2018 10:46:19 AM
The playoffs start Tuesday (July 10) for the Jr. A Northmen.
The Northmen will play Whitby in round 1.
Orangeville finished the season in fourth place with a 12-8 record (24 points). The Warriors also finished with 24 points, but seeded in fifth.

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AUDIO: SHELBURNE MAYOR WITHDRAWS NOMINATION SEEKING RE-ELECTION
7/10/2018 9:44:16 AM
A new mayor will be elected in Shelburne.
Mayor Ken Bennington has withdrawn his nomination seeking re-election in the upcoming municipal election. He made the announcement on Monday (July 9).

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3.5 KM OF RESURFACING STARTS TUESDAY ON DUFFERIN 109
7/10/2018 9:40:57 AM
Road improvements on Dufferin Road 109 start Tuesday (July 10) west of Orangeville.
The improvements are being made between the 16th Line and Dufferin Road 12.
Weather permitting, the construction will take until August.

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JOHN CREELMAN ENTERS RACE FOR DEPUTY MAYOR IN MONO
7/10/2018 9:40:10 AM
Just a couple of days after retiring as a Justice of the Peace, John Creelman has announced his candidacy for Mono Deputy Mayor.
He's no stranger to municipal politics, serving on Mono council as a Councillor, Deputy Reeve, and Mayor in the 90s and early 2000s.

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ATHLETES, BLUE JAYS TO CELEBRATE CHALLENGER BASEBALL IN CALEDON ON TUESDAY
7/10/2018 9:04:59 AM
Opening Day was last month, but the Town of Caledon and its Challenger Baseball program will celebrate the opening of the new accessible diamond Tuesday (July 10).

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POLICE ARREST ROMANIAN COUPLE WHO ALLEGEDLY SOLD FAKE JEWELRY OUT OF THEIR VEHICLE
7/9/2018 9:35:07 AM
Police have charged two people for allegedly selling fake jewelry out of their vehicle.
Caledon OPP say a woman was waved down by a couple last Thursday (July 5) in Bolton.
The man and woman claimed to be from Dubai and attempted to sell the woman jewelry.

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LOCAL LEADERS RECOGNIZED WITH DCAFS' GARY PUTMAN AWARD
7/9/2018 9:29:32 AM
The Gary Putman community award is being shared by two people this year.
Orangeville Police Sergeant Mary Lou Archer and Heather Hughes of Kerry's Place received the award last month at Dufferin Child and Family Services's annual general meeting.

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TRAFFIC: CULVERT REPLACEMENT AT DUFFERIN ROAD 109 AND 5 STARTS MONDAY
7/9/2018 8:46:17 AM
Expect delays if you use Dufferin Road 109 between Orangeville and Grand Valley.
Construction to replace a culvert just west of Dufferin Road 5 starts on Monday (July 9).

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ORANGEVILLE'S BRITTANY MARCHAND EARNS FIRST LPGA TOP-10 FINISH AT THORNBERRY
7/9/2018 7:41:58 AM
Brittany Marchand was the top Canadian at Thornberry Creek.
The native of Orangeville finished in a tie for seventh at 17 under.
It was her first career top-10 finish.

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POLICE SEEK HELP IN IDENTIFYING GROCERY STORE THIEVES
7/9/2018 6:16:30 AM
Police in Shelburne need help identifying two suspects in a fraud investigation.
A grocery store alleges two customers worked together to steal $33 worth of product from the store on June 30th.

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