December 2011

Should taxpayers pay for a new medical clinic floor?

Yes
13% (9 votes)
No
87% (59 votes)
Total votes: 68

Attack in Windsor tonight

Bernath wins Owen Sound tickets in today’s draw

Derrick Bernath will have to wait until Saturday, at least, to see the Owen Sound Attack in action.

Bernath won the latest draw for Attack tickets today (Thursday) for contestants in the Independent’s NHL Hockey Pool. He also received a $10 gift certificate for Crabby Joe’s in Kincardine.

Owen Sound is on the road tonight, playing its first of three Ontario Hockey League games in as many days. Bernath can use his tickets for any regular season home game this season, including Saturday night when the Attack returns to the Harry Lumley Bayshore Centre to face the Kitchener Rangers. It’s the final game before the OHL breaks for Christmas holidays.


High home

Royal Homes was setting up a new house on Olde Victoria Street Monday afternoon in Kincardine. The prefacricated structure was lifted into place by crane in the early afternoon. (Barb McKay photo)


Kincardine hires new CAO

By Barb McKay

 

Kincardine will soon have a new municipal manager.

 

Kincardine council announced that Murray Clarke, who is currently serving as chief administrative officer for the Town of Sidney, British Columbia, will take on the role of the municipality’s new CAO, beginning Feb. 6, 2012. Clarke will replace former CAO John deRosenroll, who left Kincardine in August after nearly 15 years with the municipality, to move to Perth, Ontario to be closer to family.

 


Kincardine comes through for KDSS Christmas Knights

By Barb McKay

 

The basement of St. Anthony’s Church looked like Santa’s workshop Saturday as high school students and volunteers unpacked and sorted hundreds of boxes of toys and food.

 

 

From left, KDSS students Danielle Douglas, Matt Joliffe, Eden McFarlane and James Hardman pack a vehicle of donated items Saturday at St. Anthony's Church. (Barb McKay photo)

 


Music overpowers siren

A 17-year-old novice driver has been charged with speeding and failing to stop at a stop sign.

 

South Bruce OPP noticed a red Pontiac Sunfire about 1 p.m. Thursday travelling at 121 km/h on Highway 9 in an 80 km/h zone.

 

Police pursued the vehicle into Walkerton where it stopped at Ridout Street.

 

The driver told police he hadn’t heard the siren over the noise of the loud vehicle music.

 


Johnstone named BWDSB chair

By Barb McKay

 

Kincardine trustee Jan Johnstone has been appointed chair of the Bluewater District School Board.

 

Johnstone, who has been a trustee with the BWDSB for 10 years, was elected to the role for the coming year at last Tuesday’s school board meeting. Johnstone, who also ran for the position last year, replaces outgoing chair, Owen Sound trustee Marg Gaviller. Municipality of Grey-Highlands trustee Jim Dawson was acclaimed vice-chair.

 


Knights score a dozen on WDSS

Boys hockey team remains undefeated

The Kincardine District Secondary School boys hockey team scored early and often in a rout of the Walkerton District Secondary School Raiders Tuesday afternoon.

With the win yesterday in Kincardine, the Knights are still undefeated and lead the Bluewater Athletic Association with a 4-0-1 record.

KDSS, playing without several key players, took a 5-0 first period lead and never looked back in a 12-2 rout of WDSS. It's the second time Kincardine has beat the Raiders in as many weeks - and these teams will meet again next Wednesday in Walkerton.


Wild weekend in the Western League

Sailors win, Hawks lose, 'Dogs drop pair

By Josh Howald

It was a crazy couple of days in the Western Junior C Hockey League.

Bulldogs forward Tanner Simpson tries to get a shot off as he soars past Kincardine native Keegan Woodman's crease Friday night at the Davidson Centre. Simpson scored once, but Woodman and the Walkerton Hawks took this game by a 5-3 score. (Richard Lawson photo)

 


KDSS girls tame Mustangs

Knights in London this week

By Josh Howald

Kincardine didn’t have much jump off the line, but the Knights didn’t need a quick start to beat the Mustangs in this race.

Hannah Davidson scores a second period goal for the Knights in a 7-1 win over the St. Mary's High School Mustangs of Owen Sound. The Knights are in London today for tournament action. (Josh Howald photo)