By Barb McKay
If you have adopted a kangaroo into your family, no need to worry. Kincardine has elected not to adopt an exotic animal bylaw.
Council came to the concensus during its meeting last Wednesday that the bylaw, as it was drafted, wasn’t clear enough to enact.
“I don’t think we’ve had enough discussion,” said councillor Jacqueline Faubert. “There’s still too much of a grey area to be passed as a bylaw.”
By Josh Howald
THe 2014 CWOSSA A Senior Girls Basketball champion Kincardine District Secondary School Knights. (photo courtesy of Marley Martyn)
The Kincardine District Secondary School senior girls basketball team captured the CWOSSA A championship Thursday afternoon at Peninsula Shores District School in Wiarton.
Jim Troyak and Corrine Roberston-Brown of J'Adorn pause for a photo by the tree between greeting guests to Troyak's home on Queen Street at Nelson Street on Sunday. His home was just one of the stops along the Kincardine Cristmas Tour of Homes, a fundraiser for the Kincardine Hospital. A number of local businesses, including J'Adorn, helped decorate the homes for the weekend. More than 700 tickets were sold, and each tour stop had a steady stream of visitors both days despite some miserable, un-Christmas like weather conditions. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
A much-anticipated study by Health
By Barb McKay
Twolan, who has held the mayor’s seat in the township since 2004, was re-elected in the municipal election held Oct. 27. The
Sharon Courtney of Point Clark was selling her wares, including the quilts seen behind her, at the annual Lions Bazaar Saturday at the Whitney Crawford Community Centre in Tiverton. Some nasty weather didn't do much for the bazaar, or the Ecumenical Bazaar at the Kincardine United Church of the Remembrance Day ceremonies at the Tiverton Cenotaph. (Josh Howald photo)
A 71-year-old Kincardine woman has been charged after a two-vehicle crash last Tuesday in Teeswater.
Four people, including the woman, were taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuires as a result of the crash, which happened at the intersection of Clinton Street North and Hillcrest Street in Teeswater.
Police, along with the Teeswater Fire Department and Bruce County EMS, responded to a report of the crash, just after 5 p.m. On the scene, they learned a grey Nissan Juke had been driving west on Hillcrest St. when it pulled into the path of a black Chrysler 200 that was driving north on Clinton Street.
Each vehicle had two occupants, and all four people were taken to hospital for treatment, including the Kincardine woman who was later charged with failure to stop at a stop sign.
The investigation into a fatal motor vehicle collision that killed 27-year-old Jordan Moorehead on Sept. 22 has led to criminal charges.
Police have charged a 55-year-old man from Gorrie with failure to stop at the scene of an accident. He has a court date scheduled for Nov. 20 at the Ontario Court of Justice in Wingham.
The investigation revealed that Moorehead was walking west on the Amberley Road when he was struck by a 2009 International 4400 delivery truck, also heading west. The driver failed to stop at the scene, and failed to offer any assistance to the injured pedestrian. Only later did police identify the involved vehicle and driver.
Lisa Farrell is one of two featured November artists at Victoria Park Gallery. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Kincardine is leaps and bounds ahead of other municipalities trying to bring in natural gas service, says Larry Kraemer.
The outgoing mayor told council during its meeting last Wednesday that a recent meeting with Ontario Ministry of Industry and Ministry of Energy staff to discuss a proposal to bring natural gas to this region went well. Kraemer, Huron-Kinloss Township mayor Mitch Twolan and Arran-Elderslie mayor Paul Eagleson met with provincial staff on Oct. 28 to present the newly-completed natural gas business case and feasibility study.