Wolves open with big win over Winterhawks

Late goal gives Wolves 2-1 victory

By Josh Howald

What would Hockey Day in Kincardine be without a Ripley Wolves game?

Jason Hamilton denies Brent McDermind on this first period scoring chance in a 2-1 Ripley win Saturday in Kincardine. (Josh Howald photo)


Parading through Ripley

Brett McDonell was one of several youngsters to take part in the Ripley Fall Fair parade Saturday morning. A huge crowd turned out to watch the parade. For a full page of photos from this year's Ripley Fall Fair, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kicnardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


News on Kincardine’s hospital redevelopment project expected this week

By Barb McKay

An announcement is expected today (Wednesday) on Kincardine’s hospital redevelopment project.

South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) President and CEO Paul Rosebush said an update on the project will be made this evening during the health centre’s board of directors meeting at the Chesley hospital.


OMB decision pending on Willow West housing development

By Barb McKay

A decision is in the hands of the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) to determine if a housing development on the edge of the Willow West subdivision is appropriate for that neighbourhood.


Car recovered in lagoon

Police were conducting a RIDE checkpoint in Ripley at 2 a.m., Sept. 25, when a grey Toyota Corolla drove past.

The vehicle went east along Park St., and officers located it in a lagoon beyond the east end of Park St. in Ripley. Through investigation, officers determined the car had been reported stolen.


Saturday is Hockey Day in Kincardine

This Saturday is Hockey Day in Kincardine.

A full schedule of games has been planned at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine.

The day will kick off at 9 a.m. with a game between the novice Home Hardware Kinucks and Saugeen Shores. Each minor hockey game Saturday will be between Kincardine and Saugeen Shores. The novice game will be followed by games from  novice houseleague, novice girls houseleague, peewee girls rep, atom rep, atom girls rep, peewee rep, peewee girls houseleague, atom local league, peewee girls rep, midget girls rep, peewee local league, bantam girls rep, bantam lcoal league and mdiget local league.

The Ripley Wolves will open the WOAA Senior AA season at 5:15 p.m. against the Saugeen Shores Winterhawks, and teh Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs will play the Penetang Kings following that game.


Fall weather?

Cleary Conant, 3, of Kincardine splashes in Lake Huron Monday afternoon at the north beach near the pavilion. Conant and her brother Cael were enjoying some late summer weather that also brought warm lake conditions. (Josh Howald photo)


Resident says municipality removed trees from her property without her consent

By Barb McKay

Patricia Hoffman was shocked when she arrived at her home on Harbour Street one day in September 2014 to discover that a row of 60-year-old cedar trees that lined the back of her property had been chopped down.

Since then, she has been in contact with the municipality and marina searching for answers and getting none. Last Wednesday, three years after the trees were removed, Hoffman appeared as a delegation to the Municipality of Kincardine council asking that the trees be replaced.

Hoffman has lived at 222 Harbour Street, near the lighthouse, since 2001 and has looked after the cedars that were planted after the home was built.


 Hunt for missing woman ends Saturday

By Josh Howald

The search for a missing Kincardine woman ended Saturday morning.

Police recovered the body of Yvonne Martin at 10:40 a.m. along the shoreline in Kincardine. Police didn't specify in what area it was found.

The South-Bruce OPP issued a release Saturday afternoon that said foul play is not suspected.

Yvonne Martin, 64, was reported missing Wednesday at 11:47 p.m. Police said she left her Baird St. home around 9:40 p.m. to run some errands and never returned home. Her black Ford Fusion was found on Harbour St. in Kincardine.

That's what prompted fears she was in Lake Huron, and that is where a heavy police search was focused.


Tennis?

Work is finally underway at the Kincardine Tennis Courts. (Josh Howald photo)