By Barb McKay
Kincardine’s family health team is aiming to be up and running by the end of April.
New flooring is in place in the McKechnie Pharmacy and the remainder of the flooring in the basement of the Kincardine Community Medical Clinic is expected to be installed by the middle of the month. Once the new flooring is in, the Kincardine family health team (KFHT) executive director Gerry Glover expects he’ll receive provincial approval to hire a contractor to build offices in the basement of the medical clinic to accommodate members of the team.
Point Clark’s John Henderson was looking for rainbow trout on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon in Kincardine. Though the Penetangore River was running a bit quick for fishing on Sunday, Henderson found a good spot near Wildfang Park in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)
By Josh Howald
Kincardine’s Charles Mann, a veteran of the legendary Devil’s Brigade during the Second World War, was in Washington last week to hear government plans to recognize the unit with a Congressional Medal of Honor.
“It was a very quick trip, “said Mann Monday morning. “We were very well received. We were treated very well, well-fed of course, and it’s always nice to see the boys again.”
By Barb McKay
A strong smell emulating from a downtown Kincardine business caused a bit of excitement last Tuesday evening.
By Barb McKay
Kincardine Foodland has officially closed its doors.
The downtown grocery store had slowly been eliminating its stock over the past month and closed down earlier last week. The grocery store was first owned by Ike Forbes, then by Bob Krupp, then Bill Cameron,
before becoming a corporately-owned store. Krupp owns the 18,000-square-foot building on
Kincardine District Secondary School will try to win two CWOSSA titles tomorrow (Wednesday).
Not one puck got past Natalie Melick today at the CWOSSA hockey championships, as KDSS blanked Waterford and Wellington Heights to advance to tomorrow's championship game. The girls play at noon, while the boys team will face Sacred Heart for a CWOSSA title at 1:30 p.m. (Josh Howald photo)
The Knights shut out Erin District High School 4-0 this evening in front of a large crowd at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. The win followed a 2-0 blanking of Wellington Heights by the KDSS girls hockey team. Both teams will play for a CWOSSA title Wednesday.
Kincardine District Secondary School has the top seeded team in the boys, and girls, CWOSSA hockey championoships next week in Kincardine.
In fact, the Bluewater Athletic Association recieved a third berth in the girls tournament after Delhi District Secondary School backed out this week. So KDSS and the Grey-Highlands Secondary School Lions will be joined by Sacred Heart High School. GHSS is seeded third, and the Crusaders fifth. A final schedule was released yesterday afternoon, and the KDSS girls will kick things off bright and early Tuesday morning.
The defending CWOSSA champs will host Waterford, the sixth-seeded club at 8:30 a.m. to kick off the action. The female Knights will be in action again at 3:30 p.m. at the Davidson Centre against Wellington Heights Secondary School. Following is the complete schedule, in both boys and girls play.
The birds were back. Avey Cleminson, 9, buddies up with a wild turkey outside Bulk Barn at the Crossroads Plaza Sunday. The turkey is one of two that have been spending a fair amount of time in the plaza parking lot recently, to the amusement of shoppers. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Potential changes to the Green Energy Act could restore some planning authority to local municipalities around wind energy developments, but municipal leaders aren't convinced.
Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty spoke at the joint Rural Ontario Municipal Association/Ontario Good Roads Association conference Monday where roughly 100 municipal politicians walked out in protest of the Green Energy Act. Following his speech, McGuinty reportedly told media the province will complete a review of the feed-in-tariff program next month and will do its best to incorporate local perspectives and will adopt some of the recommendations put forward by rural Ontario.