By Josh Howald
It was a moment these youngsters will never forget, and easily the highlight of the 27th annual Kincardine Regional Silver Stick tournament.
Quinton Page is all smiles after scoring in double overtime of the novice B final at the Kincardine Regional Silver Stick tournament. A disappointed BCH team got something to smile about a short time later, however, when they were also invited to the International Silver Stick later this month. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
The natural gas committee may soon determine the best option to carry out the project to bring the service to the region.
In December, Kincardine council agreed to form a municipal services corporation with
Kincardine and the surrounding area were walloped by heavy snowfalls and blowing snow Monday, which closed roads and extended school holidays for children.
A look at an already snowy downtown Kincardine Monday morning, prior to the storm's arrival. (Barb McKay photo)
Police wasted no time busting those responsible for a theft from a Paisley pop machine last week.
Five people, all from Hamilton and all known to police, were arrested shortly after the theft occurred.
South-Bruce OPP officers stopped a vehicle at 2:27 a.m. on Dec. 28 on Bruce County Road 3 in the Municipality of Brockton. Officers observed various break and enter instruments inside the suspect vehicle, a Dodge Caravan carrying five occupants. Further investigation revealed a back pack containing a large quantity of coins in the vehicle, as well as black ski masks, gloves, black jackets and sweat shirts, flash lights, screw drivers, pry bars and hammers.
A cold winter evening was well spent at the outdoor ice surface at Harbour Church in Kincardine, which can be seen in the background. Out playing shiny during the holidays were Matt Baker, Carter Strachan, Andreas Derksen, Morgan Baker, Maddie Duncan and Marcel Fohkens. (Josh Howald photo)
The 30th annual Kincardine Christmas Bird Count found 52 species in the area and a total count of 8,732 birds.
Snowy owls have shown up in the
A good place to look for Snowy Owls is on thee hydro poles and fence posts on the 10th of Huron.
There was a foot of snow on the ground the 19th, making it hard for birds to find food. Water birds were huddled in the few spots where there was unfrozen water. Pack ice was solid on the lake shore which made it difficult to identify birds on the distant open water, even with high powered scopes.
By Barb McKay
Plans are well underway for this year’s Grand Prix de Kincardine snowmobile races and organizers are cautiously optimistic that weather conditions will be optimal.
Registration is open for the sixth annual event, which draws snowmobile enthusiasts from throughout the province. The two-day event will be held Jan. 25 and 26 at the Williamson property at
With below zero temperatures and more than two feet of snow on the ground, organizer Rob Noakes is hopeful that nothing changes in the days leading up to the races.
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That said, the weather has certainly had an impact locally. All schools remained closed today, and numerous events have been cancelled or postponed. As of Tuesday at 3 p.m., every highway and major road in Bruce County remained closed. The South-Bruce OPP advised people unless absolutely necessary, as visibility is poor, even in downtown Kincardine.
Stay warm and stay safe!
The Kincardine Home Hardware novice Kinucks celebrate a double-overtime winner from the stick of Quinton Page Monday morning at the Davidson Centre. The goal gave the Kinucks a 1-0 win over BCH and a berth at the International Silver Stick Finals next month. For the full story, don't miss the next print edition of The Kincardine Independent. The Independent will re-open following a holiday break today (Thursday) at 9 a.m., with regular hours now back in effect. (Josh Howald photo)
The Kincardine and District Secondary School Christmas Knights campaign ran Saturday, and the annual food and toy drive for the Kincardine and Community Services Association Hamper Program was again a success. More than 100 students collected food and toy items and delivered them to St. Anthony's Church, where they were sorted by volunteers. This year's hamper program will benefit more than 50 families. From left are students Delange Mowle, Meaghan Carter, Declan Mowle and Aibhilin Mowle. (Barb McKay photo)