November 2017

Ripley blanks Petrolia 3-0

Jason Hamilton posted a 53-save shutout as the Ripley Wolves dumped Petrolia Friday night on the road in WOAA Senior AA hockey action.

Jason Hamilton made 53 saves for his first shutout of the season Friday night. (Josh Howald photo)


 Beisel honoured by WOBA

Kincardine's Warren Beisel will be honoured as the 2017 Western Ontario Baseball Association's Volunteer of the Year on Monday evening.

He is expected to be on hand at the WOBA meeting to accept the award. He will also now be considered for the honour of the Ontario Baseball Association Volunteer of the Year.

Beisel was nominated for the award by the Kincardine Minor Baseball Association for his involvement within the KMBA, as well as with the WOBA Bulls. His nomination listed some of his efforts, which includes ordering uniforms, acting as the KMBA's head coach, acting as a liason with the senior Cubs and organizing clinics and skill sessions.

For the fourth year, he organized the annual KMBA spring clinic for mosquito to peewee players. He organized the annual general meeting and helped coaches with diamond time bookings and provided new coaches with NCCP training.


November 1, 2017

MARION EMMERTON

Florence “Marion” Emmerton (née Nicholson) of Kincardine passed away, with family by her side, at the South Bruce Grey Health Centre - Kincardine on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, at the age of 72.

 

Beloved wife of Don Emmerton.

 

Dear mother of Bruce Emmerton of Kincardine and Heather Poulin of Waterloo.

 

Loving grandmother to Amber, Candace and Emily and great-grandson Malcolm Lywood.

 

Fondly remembered by her siblings John Nicholson of Fort Nelson, B.C., Dianne Bath of Kincardine, Brenda (Guy) Wheeler of Waterloo and Sandra (Steve) Little of Waterloo and by brother-in-law Richard (Pat) Emmerton of Kincardine.

 


We will remember them

Every year, for a brief moment in the middle of November, the heroes of yesterday once again walk with us.

Every Remembrance Day, in the middle of a busy morning, we stand for a minute's pause and remember the men and women who fought so bravely on foreign shores to defend the values of justice and peace that we enjoy today.

On that day, in that hour, in those seconds, we remember, and in doing so, these heroes once again walk proudly down Main Street amongst us, the drums marking each step of their path. We are very much aware that some would return, but all too many would sleep forevermore in the battlefields of war.


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