68-YEAR-OLD MAN AND 9-YEAR-OLD BOY FALL THROUGH ICE IN WATERFORD
2/18/2017 8:33:10 PM
Tragedy on the ice in Waterford. On Saturday, at around 5:10 p.m., emergency crews including an air ambulance were sent out after it was reported that two people fell through the ice.

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3 ARRESTED AFTER OPP CONDUCT SEARCH WARRANT OVER STOLEN GUNS
2/17/2017 5:11:33 PM
Police have arrested three people in connection to several guns stolen on Saturday. Several handguns, rifles, and a shotgun were stolen from a Charlotteville West Quarter Line home valued at around $8,000.

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RESPIRATORY OUTBREAK AT NGH
2/17/2017 10:33:33 AM
Norfolk General Hospital has issued a Respiratory Outbreak Advisory. Patients on the 4th floor of the hospital are experiencing Respiratory symptoms such as coughing and fever.

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THE LIBRARY'S WRITE FOR FUN CONTEST NOW UNDERWAY
2/17/2017 8:26:17 AM
The Norfolk County Public Library is asking budding authors to put pen to paper. Their annual Write For Fun contest is now underway. Authors can now start submitting their work.

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OPP INVESTIGATING A TERRIFYING HOME INVASION IN HALDIMAND
2/17/2017 8:15:05 AM
The Haldimand OPP is investigating a terrifying home invasion on the Second Line. Around noon time on Wednesday, a man was discovered beaten inside of his home after an intruder broke into his house.

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NGH RECEIVES $12,100 FROM NORFOLK'S MEN WHO GIVE A DAMN
2/17/2017 8:13:19 AM
The Norfolk General Hospital's Palliative Care Unit is getting significant upgrades thanks to a local charity. The group dubbed as "Norfolk's 100 Men Who Give A Damn" handed the hospital a cheque worth $12,100 on Wednesday.

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A BIG WARM UP ON THE WAY
2/17/2017 7:31:22 AM
Southern Ontario, including Haldimand-Norfolk, will experience spring fever this weekend and throughout next week. Environment Canada's Geoff Coulson suggests temperatures will hover near or above the double-digit mark for the next several days.

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SIMCOE MIDGET REP TEAM TO HOST THE O-M-H-A SEMI-FINALS ON MONDAY
2/17/2017 7:23:55 AM
This holiday Monday you can see top-notch hockey and support a local team fighting for their lives on home ice. That was Adam Walker, President of Simcoe Minor Hockey, looking to fill up Talbot Gardens to cheer on these fine players. Tickets are $4, puck drops at 5.

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PORT DOVER COMMUNITY LUNCHEON GETS A NEW LOCATION
2/17/2017 7:20:40 AM
A Christmas Miracle on Valentines Day. Volunteers at the Port Dover Community Luncheon went before our elected officials on Tuesday hoping for some generosity. Each year, the group uses the St.

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COCAINE, OXYCODONE, AND GUNS SEIZED IN DRUG BUST
2/16/2017 3:04:27 PM
One man has been arrested following a drug bust by Six Nations Police. On Wednesday morning, police executed a search warrant on Third Line Road and seized Cocaine, Oxycodone tablets, money, three rifles with ammunition, and other drug trafficking paraphernalia.

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ROYAL BANK IN SIMCOE STRUCK BY VEHICLE
2/16/2017 2:19:37 PM
The Norfolk OPP are investigating after the Royal Bank in Simcoe received extensive damage from a vehicle.

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MAJOR FESTIVALS COMING TO NORFOLK'S DOWNTOWNS
2/16/2017 7:55:32 AM
A big event is coming to Norfolk County. It's going to be a countywide weekend full of fun this September. Adam Veri, Port Dover's Board of Trade President, said his group has partnered up with others to put on a major festival.

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PORTION OF LEGACY FUND WILL GO TO FIXING ROADS AND INFRASTRUCTURE
2/16/2017 7:52:54 AM
Infrastructure beat Charity Tuesday night at Town Hall. Our elected officials had a remaining $250,000 from the so-called Legacy Fund to allocate and a proposal was put on the table to make a one-time donation to the Norfolk Community Foundation.

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OPP CLEAR THE AIR ON RACCOON RELATED PHONE CALLS
2/16/2017 7:46:57 AM
The Norfolk OPP is here to deal with wildlife. Mayor Charlie Luke raised eyebrows on Tuesday when he read a letter from a person who claimed our police force said officers would no longer be responding to raccoon related calls.

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COLUMBUS CALLING FOR ADDED SAFETY MEASURES AT BUSY INTERSECTION
2/16/2017 7:28:28 AM
An intersection that has seen it's fair share of collisions may finally be getting some much-needed attention. That's what Councillor Mike Columbus is hoping for after bad news turned into a glimmer of hope.

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ANOTHER DRIVER REFUSES TO STOP FOR A STOPPED SCHOOL BUS
2/16/2017 7:22:38 AM
The Norfolk OPP is on the hunt for the driver of a gray colored Chevrolet Malibu after failing to stop for a school bus that was picking up children. It happened on Tuesday morning along the Cockshutt Road in Townsend.

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FORMER NURSE COURT CASE PUSHED OVER TO MARCH
2/16/2017 7:16:59 AM
The case of a former nurse accused of killing eight Ontario seniors has been put over to next month. Elizabeth Wettlaufer made a brief video appearance this morning in a Woodstock court, where her lawyer said he'd received ``substantial disclosure'' and needs time to review it.

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NURSES PROTEST AT TOWN HALL OVER CUT POSITION AT THE HEALTH UNIT
2/15/2017 8:02:13 AM
If you were in downtown Simcoe on Tuesday night, you probably heard all the commotion. Members of the Ontario Nurses Association protesting a recent decision to cut a nursing job at the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit.

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CAR SLAMS INTO PHARMACY: OPP LOOKING FOR DRIVER
2/15/2017 7:49:22 AM
Police are on the hunt for a driver who crashed his vehicle into the Roulston?s Pharmacy. It happened on Monday afternoon at the Roulston?s location on Donly Drive North in Simcoe.

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CHINA LOOKING TO STRIKE A DEAL WITH NORFOLK COUNTY
2/15/2017 7:42:59 AM
Norfolk County is getting a lot of attention from China. Recently, Norfolk's Agriculture Advisory Committee was approached by the city of Xuchang, with a population of a little over 4 million, who flew down here in hopes to strike up a deal.

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THE WATER FOUNTAIN AT WELLINGTON PARK TO BE DEMOLISHED
2/15/2017 7:29:30 AM
Wellington Park in Simcoe will soon be without its water fountain. The structure is slated to come down with the hopes to eventually put up a new one, as a group has come forward showing interest in doing so.

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PERSON DISCOVERS MAN "HIGH ON DRUGS" IN THEIR HOME
2/15/2017 7:21:36 AM
What a scare for people living along Parker Drive in Simcoe. According to the Norfolk OPP, a homeowner found a man high on drugs inside of their home. They called 9-1-1, and police later took the suspect to hospital for treatment.

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THE BATTLE OVER THE NORFOLK INN BEGINS ON THE 24TH
2/14/2017 7:27:14 AM
myFM has learned that Gurmit Singh will begin his legal battle with Norfolk County over the ownership of the Norfolk Inn in a Simcoe courtroom on the 24th of this month. The Mississauga Mortgage Broker tells myFM Norfolk residents will soon have justice.

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SEVERAL GUNS STOLEN FROM HOME
2/14/2017 7:24:37 AM
Several handguns, rifles, and a shotgun were stolen from a Charlotteville West Quarter Line home in the early morning hours on Saturday. In total 9 guns and ammunition were stolen valued at around $8,000.

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TIMS IN JARVIS TO OPEN ON THURSDAY
2/14/2017 7:22:08 AM
Tim Hortons is set to open in the town of Jarvis. It will welcome its first customers at 6 a.m. on Thursday. Owner Shaun Salverta says he has been working for a long time to open up this location. He currently owns Tim Horton locations in Hagersville, Caledonia, and Waterford.

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STUDENT PROGRAM IN NORFOLK RECEIVES HIGH PRAISE FROM ONTARIO
2/14/2017 7:18:47 AM
While the world still murmur's about Adele taking home the big awards on Sunday, Norfolk County silently accepted an award for a program dedicated to helping young business people.

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FAMILIES CAN FISH FOR FREE THIS WEEKEND
2/14/2017 7:14:36 AM
The province is looking to reel in more potential anglers this Family Day long weekend. Locals can fish for free during Family Fishing Week, which begins on Saturday and runs until Monday.

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