Man charged in fatal crash near Cargill

One man is dead, and another man is facing charges following a two-vehicle crash near Cargill late Sunday morning.

The South-Bruce OPP received a report of the crash at the intersection of Bruce County Road 3 and Cargill Road in Brant Twp. at 10:45 a.m. Sunday. Officers arrived on the scene to find a beige GMC Sierra 2500 pick-up truck pulling a Prowler 5th wheel trailer and a black Nissan Rogue involved in a crash. They have since determined that the Sierra was travelling east on the Cargill Road when it pulled into the path of the Nissan, which was travelling north on Bruce County Road 3.


Thousands pack park for Scottish Festival

By Josh Howald

 

Everybody was a little Scottish on the weekend.

 

 

The caber toss is always the most popular event at the Heavy Events, held Saturday at the Harbour as part of the 15th annual Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games. (Josh Howald photo)

 


Through the garden gate

Scott and Darlene Stevens showed off their Olde Victoria Street backyard during Sunday's Through the Garden gate tour, sponsored by the Kincardine and District Horticultural Society. The Stevens had more than 100 people check out their lovely gardens in a four-span on Sunday. Their home was one  of nine stops on this year's tour. (Josh Howald photo)


The key to economic development is collaboration, says PREDC

 

By Barb McKay

 

Kincardine’s economic development should rely more heavily on businesses and organizations working more closely together, according to the municipality’s economic development corporation.

 


Kincardine dissects agreement signed with Armow Wind

By Barb McKay

 

The municipality is delving deeper into its development and road use agreements with the developers of the Armow Wind Project for answers to questions from the public.

 


Daisy launches new weekly feature

Office dog branching out from regular duties

The Kincardine Independent is pleased to announce the office dog, Daisy Howald, will launch a new feature for the newspaper.

Like most, Daisy enjoys a good game of orange ball on her down time. This brown and black dog wants to know if you know a dog worthy of being "pick of the litter" in the pages of The Independent. (Independent file photo)


CLKD leads the way with volunteering

By Barb McKay

 

In and around Kincardine, organizations and events committees are getting some much-needed helping hands.

 

This is thanks to a recently developed volunteer program at Community Living Kincardine and District (CLKD). The program partners CLKD members with events, community groups, not-for-profit groups and even retirement homes to provide assistance wherever they can.

 

“The community has been very receptive,” said CLKD volunteer co-ordinator Beth French. “Having grown up here, I know this community is really open and welcoming.”

 


Triathlon set for this weekend

By Josh Howald

 

There is less than one week remaining until the big race.

 

The 14th annual Kincardine Women's Triathlon will officially kick off on Saturday morning, but things will begin a little bit early this year. Race organizers are holding a Fitness and Healthy Lifestyle Expo at Reunion Park from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the harbour. But the big question remains - will there be a swim?

 


Happy Canada Day!

Mary Bowman, 3, of Cambridge had the Canada Day spirit as she gets ready to ride in the children's bike rodeo near the Point Clark Lighthouse on the weekend. The rodeo was one of several activities, including a fireworks display, organized by the Huron Shores Lions Club. (Barb McKay photo)


Medical marijuana operation coming to Tiverton

By Barb McKay

 

A medical marijuana facility is expected to be up and running at the Bruce Energy Centre this fall.

 

The announcement that the company, AMMCan (Advanced Medical Marijuana Canada), is in the process of setting up shop in the vacant greenhouses at the BEC was made during last Thursday’s Penetangore Regional Economic Development Corporation (PREDC) meet and greet event at the Best Western Plus Governor’s Inn.