Police are investigating an assault in Underwood that took place Aug. 18.
The South-Bruce OPP said they were called to the hamlet on Highway 21 at 4:08 a.m. by Bruce County Emergency Medical Services for assistance.
Police arrived on the scene and learned an altercation had taken place between several parties, which resulted in injuries. A 45-year-old female was transported to hospital where she was treated for non-life threatening injuries.
The line was long at the annual Kincardine Fire Department's Roast Beef Barbeque at the fire hall on Mahood-Johnston Drive on Sunday afternoon. Here, firefighter Mike Fitzpatrick dishes out some corn to Shayliegh Ogilvie, 8. (Barb McKay photo)
By Josh Howald
The Kincardine Cubs won the Thames Valley Senior Baseball League championship on the weekend in Listowel.
After cruising through Saturday's action at the playoff tournament in Mitchell and Listowel, Kincardine found itself undefeated - meaning that Listowel would have to defeat the Cubs in back-to-back games to win the TVSBL title.
And Listowel did manage to beat the Cubs in the first match-up, though they needed some help from the hometown umpiring crew. With the Legionnaires leading 11-10, Curtis Cobean hit a solo home run that tied the game. However, it was ruled a foul ball - a decision that even the Legionnaires agreed was questionable.
Infielder Caden Allingham said there were several botched calls in the game.
"Mind you, we booted the ball around in one inning too - four errors in the third inning cost us."
By Barb McKay
Max Domi has fond memories of summers in Kincardine.
Arizona Coyotes forward Max Domi greets a few fans last week in Kincardine. From left are Zak and Cam Fletcher, Andrew and Jack McKay. (Barb McKay photo)
The 21-year-old Arizona Coyotes forward is a rising star in the NHL and last Monday was in Kincardine to help welcome new Bruce Power president and CEO Michael Rencheck. While in town, he took time out to chat with The Independent.
Domi said while growing up in Toronto, he enjoyed many summer holidays at his best friend’s family cottage on Bruce Beach.
Amber Lee Zealand, Miss Petite Bruce County, at Queen's Lookout Park in Kincardine Monday morning. Zealand was crowned Miss Petite Spirit in Toronto on the weekend. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
Brewmaster Michael Hueftleinsees a future for business in Kincardine and that is one of the main reasons he chose the community to open his craft brewery.
By Barb McKay
Over his 36-year career, Murray Clarke has worn a number of hats, all in municipal administration, and he would not have had it any other way.
Clarke announced last week that he will walk away from his dream career on June 30, 2017, to retire – a little more than five years after joining the Municipality of Kincardine as its chief administrative officer.
There are six young women vying for the title of the 2016 Kincardine Fall Fair Ambassador.
This is the third year for the program, which was revived by the Kincardine Fall Fair committee, with increased participation each year.
“We are so excited this year as there is substantial growth in the program,” said Sadie Shewfelt of the Ambassador competition committee.“It is not only great for the program, but I also feel like there is more awareness to our local agriculture. We have worked hard on building relationships with local businesses this year, as we feel the community partnerships are very important. Our program is skyrocketing and we know this is only the beginning”
The following are contestants in the 2016 Ambassador competition:
Donna Reaman of Whitechurch displays some of her wares Saturday afternoon at the Kincardine Pavilion during the Artful Hands art show and sale. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
A summer camp in Tiverton is helping to develop the next generation of female scientists and engineers.