October 2015

Wolves split tight weekend games

The Ripley Wolves earned a weekend split on the road in WOAA Senior AA hockey action.

The Wolves dropped a tight 5-4 game Friday night in Shallow Lake and then pulled out an overtime win Saturday in Shelburne.

The results move the Wolves to 2-1 overall, which leaves them with four points, tied for second place in the WOAA North Division with the Mapleton-Minto 81's and the Durham Thundercats.

Saturday in Shelburne, Drew Davidson scored the overtime winner from Tyson Soers and Brian Stanley as the Wolves defeated the Muskies 5-4.


Senior girls hammer Walkerton

High School sports round-up

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine District Secondary School senior girls basketball hammered on Walkerton last week to remain undefeated and first overall in the Bluewater Athletic Association North Division standings.

Marley Martyn paced the attack, scoring 14 points for the Knights in a lopsided 44-4 win over the Walkerton District Community School Riverhawks last Wednesday in Kincardine. Nicole Kreager had all four WDCS points in this contest.

The win improved the Knights to 3-0 in regular season action. Both John Diefenbaker Secondary School of Hanover and the Sacred Heart High School Crusaders also have six points, but are both 3-1 so first place belongs to Kincardine.


Wednesday, October 21, 2015

DAVID NEEDHAM

David Nixon Needham of R.R. #4, Kincardine passed away at Grey Bruce Health Services - Owen Sound on Sunday, Oct. 11, 2015, in his 74th year.

Beloved husband of the late Jean Needham (née Draper).

Dear father of Sandra Brown (John Cronshaw) of R.R. #2, Ripley and Bill (Elisha) Needham of Kincardine.

Cherished grandpa of  Jamie (Kristen) Brown, Lisa (Tagan) Crimmings, Kerri Brown, Lee Ann (Darren) Maki, Bertram (Marisa) Cronshaw and Greg (Leanne) Cronshaw, Candice Needham (Rob MacPhee), Kaitlyn Needham and Paige and Cody McLelland; and great-grandpa of Cassie Johnston-Brown, J.J.  and Emma Brown, Cade and Ava Crimmings, Carter MacPhee, Jayden and Colton Maki, Charlotte and William Cronshaw and Jack and Ethan Cronshaw.


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Next Good Food Box cancelled

Due to the ongoing roadwork on Princes Street in Kincardine, Tuesday's Good Food Box pick-up at Knox Presbyterian Church has been cancelled.

All orders will be forwarded over to November.

If you have any questions or require any additional details, call June at 519-396-4263.


Balance

Rachel Thomson, 6, and Matthew Singlish, 5, are fairly well balanced youngsters, it would appear Sunday afternoon at McPherson Park in Kincardine. Some beautiful fall weather drew all kinds of people, young and old, to the waterfront. (Josh Howald photo)


Municipality needs more serviced land, say business leaders

By Barb McKay

 

A forum aimed at establishing economic goals and objectives for the Municipality of Kincardine revealed that major stakeholders hold a common belief – pre-serviced land is a must to attract investors.

 


Council considers future of Bruce Telecom

More details expected after closed meeting Oct. 16

By Barb McKay

 

There is expected to be more information on the future of Bruce Telecom later this month.

 

Kincardine council will meet behind closed doors Oct. 16 with the municipality’s solicitor to receive advice regarding structural options for the municipally-owned telecommunications company. During last Wednesday’s council meeting, mayor Anne Eadie requested that a discussion be held about Bruce Telecom board member terms. While one member has another year remaining on the board, the terms of three members will expire at the end of December.

 


Mayors push province to address algae in Great Lakes

Huron-Kinloss mayor Mitch Twolan was one of 20 mayors from Ontario and the United States to travel to Queen’s Park last week to urge provincial legislators to take action against threats facing the Great Lakes.

 

Twolan is currently the chair of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative and said toxic algae in Lake Erie and the arrival of the invasive Asian carp in Lake Ontario are high priorities for the group. The Initiative is represented by 115 mayors with the mandate to protect and restore the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence basin.

 


Pie perfection

Jean Young, Nancy Thomson and Bertha Scott display some pumpkin pies at the Pine River Church Saturday during the Kountry Kitchen Bazaar. (Josh Howald photo)