Head-on crash on Highway 21

Police are investigating a head-on crash along Highway 21 March 11 in Huron Twp.

At 7:42 p.m., the South-Bruce OPP was called to the scene, along with members of the Kincardine Fire and Emergency Services, Huron County paramedics and Bruce County paramedics to find a black Saturn S13 and a black Pontiac Pursuit had collided head-on.

The driver of the Saturn, as well as two occupants of the Pursuit were taken to local hospital for assessment of non-life threatening injuries.

Highway 21 was closed between Concession 12, Huron Twp. and Concession 10, Huron Twp. for the safety of emergency responders. It was re-opened to traffic during the late evening hours of March 11.

The investigation is continuing.


Knights 2-0 at OFSAA

Kincardine making noise in Stratford

By Josh Howald

Kincardine District Secondary School has a 2-0 record after the first day of action at the OFSAA A/AA provincial girils hockey high school championships.

KDSS is 2-0 in Stratford at the OFSAA provincial championship tournament. (Josh Howald photo)

 

The Knights are sitting pretty, and have all but assured themselves a spot in a quarter-final contest tomorrow afternoon. KDSS does still have one preliminary game remaining tomorrow (Thursday) at 10:30 a.m. A win in that game would guarantee a spot in the playoffs.


 Atoms win OMHA championship

Host Hanover tonight for Game 2 of WOAA finals

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine Canadian Tire Kinucks are OMHA atom B champions.

The Kincardine Canadian Tire atoms celebrate a Game 3 victory Saturday afternoon at the Davidson Centre. (Josh Howald photo)

 

The atoms clinched an All-Ontario in Petrolia with a Game 4 win Sunday afternoon.

Brandon Bishop scored twice for Kincardine in a 4-3 win. Aiden Renaud scored Kincardine's third goal, and Nolan Janes buried the game-winner late in the third period.


 Midgets down a pair to Mooretown

Game 3 Friday night in Kincardine

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine Miller Insurance midget Kinucks came home from Mooretown empty-handed.

Jake Fair blasts a shot on goal during the OMHA semi-finals against Parry Sound. (Josh Howald photo)

 

The midgets dropped Games 1 and 2 of the OMHA midget B All-Ontario finals Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon on the road. So now, it will be win or else starting at 8 p.m. Friday night at the Davidson Centre.


W5 in town to debate DGR

Lloyd Robertson chats with the crowd at the Kincardine Branch #183 of the Royal Canadian Legion. W5 wanted to hear both sides of the argument in regards to Ontario Power Generation's Deep Geological Repository. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition (Josh Howaldl photo)


 Council turns down south end Kerr development, again

By Barb McKay

For the third time, a planning application for a multi-unit housing development at the corner of Kincardine Avenue and Fraser Drive has failed to pass muster.

Once again, the Municipality of Kincardine council turned down an application from developer Tom Kerr to add units to a development in progress at the edge of the Willow West subdivision, where two semi-detached homes are currently under construction. Kerr was back in front of council during its planning meeting last Wednesday with a planning application that is on its third revision.


 Charges in Highway 21 crash

A 21-year-old female from Huron-Kinloss is facing several charges following a crash involving a snow plow at the intersection of Highway 21 and Bruce County Road 6 in Huron Twp. on March 11.

South-Bruce OPP officers arrived on the scene just before 10 a.m. to find a silver Honda Civic had collided with a yellow Western snow plow. The driver of the Civic was found to have been drinking.

The woman was charged with operation over 80mgs, disobeying a stop sign and driving with an obstructed window. She is scheduled to appear in court April 5 to answer to the charges.

No injuries were reported.


Kincardine Youth Council ready to get down to business

By Barb McKay

Kincardine’s new youth council members are already brainstorming ways to improve the community for their peers.

Kincardine's Youth Council, back row left, Kristen Jackson, Kate Voskamp and Autumn Lake. Front row, left, Brooklyn Lampi, Justin Noakes and Andrew McKay. (Barb McKay photo)

 

The council held its inaugural meeting last Monday evening with seven members ranging in age from 12 to 16 years old. The youth council is an initiative of Kincardine Youth Waves as part of its goal to make the municipality more youth friendly.

Kincardine’s deputy mayor, Jacqueline Faubert, who has been an active member of the Youth Waves committee for the past two years, led last week’s meeting and explained the objectives of the council.


 KDSS girls win CWOSSA championship

OT thriller sends Knights to OFSAA tournament

By Josh Howald

Kincardine District Secondary School is headed for the OFSAA provincial girls hockey championship tournament.

Jennelle Smeltzer celerbrates an early goal in the BAA final recently in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)

 

"It was certainly a goal of ours to win CWOSSA after losing in last year's final," said Madison Beishuizen, who scored twice in this year's CWOSSA title bout, including the game winner in overtime.


 Splitting atoms

By Josh Howald

The Kincardine Canadian Tire atom Kinucks and the Petrolia Oilers each won at home to leave the OMHA atom B championship series even after the opening weekend.

Kincardine swept Parry Sound in three straight games to advance to the OMHA final. (Josh Howald photo)

 

It is somewhat fitting that the OMHA final series is even, as either Kincardine or Petrolia could quite easily be holding a 2-0 lead right now. Both games could have gone either way, and Game 2 in Petrolia was decided in overtime.

Game 3 of the series will be played in Kincardine Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. Game 4 will be Sunday at 4:10 p.m. back in Petrolia. Game 5 in the best-of-five series, if necessary, will be played March 25 in Tiverton at 3 p.m.