Dog missing after crash

A two-vehicle collision on Highway 9 east of Bervie in Kincardine Township Nov. 12 sent a Guelph woman to hospital.

South Bruce OPP say a 53-year-old Kincardine Township man was reversing his tractor-trailer into his driveway on Highway #9 when a westbound 2008 Altima driven by a Guelph woman, 67,ran into the side of the tractor-trailer.

The Nissan Altima received extensive front-end damage. The driver was transported to the Kincardine Hospital. The driver of the tractor-trailer was not injured.

There were two dogs in the Nissan and one ran off and is yet to be located. The dog is a Miniature Collie named Kayleigh. She is white and light brown and was last seen near Tiverton.

Police are still assisting with the search of the dog and are requesting citizens to contact the South Bruce OPP if it is located.

 


Arrest made in Point Clark break-in

Early Friday morning, Nov. 14, members of the South Bruce and Huron County OPP Crime Units and Western Region Emergency Response Team arrested a Huron County man caught breaking into a tool shed and stealing gas and other items at an Amberley Beach Road address in Point Clark.

The 24-year-old man was held for a bail hearing Nov. 14 in Walkerton. Police are continuing their investigation with this man and other suspects in relation to numerous thefts and break and enters which have plagued the Point Clark area throughout this past summer.

Police encourage residents in that area to check their outbuildings as well as other cottages to see if other thefts have taken place.

If you find evidence of a break and enter at a home or cottage or if you have any other information, please contact the OPP at 519-396-3341.

 

 


Bulldogs dumped twice by Hawks

Kincardine still has a hold on first

The Walkerton Hawks are breathing down the necks of the Kincardine Bulldogs.

 The Hawks moved within striking distance of the first-place ‘Dogs by winning both games of a home-and-home weekend series between the clubs.

Kincardine's Ryan Armstrong, left,  and Brady Houston of the Walkerton Hawks, battle for the puck Saturday afternoon in Walkerton. (Josh Howald photo)

The Bulldogs are still at the top of the Western Junior C League standings, but the gap between Kincardine and Walkerton is down to one point.


Midget girls dump Normanby

After jumping to an early lead, the Kincardine midget rep girls hockey team cruised to a 6-2 win over Normanby Township Thursday night at the Davidson Centre.

A Kincardine forward has a wide open net after a Cayly Bellan rebound pops out to the top of the crease during the second period of midget girls hockey action last week. (Josh Howald photo)

The Kinucks scored three goals in the first eight minutes of the game to take control of this contest from the start. Kincardine, who dropped one preseason game and won a tournament in St. Mary’s, is now 3-2 in regular season play.

Coming off a 2-1 loss to Mount Forest, Cayly Bellan gave the Kinucks the start they were looking for.


Fair Trade Craft Show

Ruth Shane, right, discusses a sale with Agnes White, left, at the Fair Trade Craft Show Saturday morning at the Kincardine Library. Retired teachers from Huron Heights Public School organized the show, which featured crafts from Third World artisans. Proceeds from the show go directly to the artisans, providing them with income for housing, food, education and health care. The trade shows are run under the auspices of Ten Thousand Villages Canada, a non-profit program of the Mennonite Central Committee. The Kincardine show was well attended. (Eric Howald photo)


Curbing abuse in workplace, community

A new Women’s House campaign is stressing education and abuse prevention across Grey and Bruce Counties.

Colleen Purdon of Women’s House made a presentation to Kincardine council Nov. 5 outlining the organization’s Neighbours, Friends and Families program.

Using models developed by the Ontario Government, Women’s House outlines the warning signs of abuse and the important role played by those closest to the victims and abusers.

“Working together we can make a difference,” Purdon said. “You don’t have to deal with this by yourself. There is help available in this community.”


Secord collection a bonanza for civil war researcher

When it comes to medical kits from the American Civil War, the exhibit at the Walker House in Kincardine “is the gold mine. It’s worth its weight in gold,” says a U.S. history buff.

Les Buell has been involved in Civil War re-enactments since 1989 and has been researching the medical aspect of the war since 1992.

In March, he will be speaking at the Society of Civil War Surgeons’s conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee. One of his subjects will be the late Dr. Solomon Secord, a Kincardine surgeon who served with the Confederate Army.

That’s why Buell was in Kincardine for a couple of days last week.


Council supports BIA provitalization plan

The future of Kincardine’s downtown business core is in the hands of the Business Improvement Area (BIA).

Over the last few months, the BIA has gathered information from downtown business owners about the strengths and weaknesses of the sector. The information was organized and used to build a 60-page report outlining where the BIA wants to take Kincardine’s downtown.

BIA member Jacquelyn Faubert outlined the report to Kincardine council Nov. 5. She wants council to give its support for the group’s Provitalization Plan, allowing the BIA to proceed with a series of grant applications to fund the project.

“We are working with eight different funding groups,” Faubert said. “A shared cooperation between the (business community and the municipality) is very important. We’re emphasizing being proactive here.”


Kincardine remembers

Kincardine veteran Eugene Harrison lays a wreath during Tuesday's Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Cenotaph in front of the Kincardine Legion. (Kiel Edge photo)

Kincardine Royal Canadian Air Cadet Flight Corporal Adler stands at the Kincardine Cenotaph prior to Tuesday's Remembrance Day Ceremony. (Kiel Edge photo)


OFSAA gold for Hunter

Tiverton runner Ontario's fastest

Cheyenne Hunter is the fastest Grade 9 girl in Ontario.

Tiverton's Cheyenne Hunter won a provincial cross-country championship for KDSS on Saturday. The Grade 9 student at KDSS also competes for the Saugeen Track Club. (Josh Howald photo)

Hunter, a 14-year-old Kincardine District Secondary School student, struck provincial gold Saturday in Sarnia.

“We haven’t had an OFSAA cross-country champion (at KDSS) in the past 10 years that I have been here,” said Knights cross-country coach Carrie Houghton. “It is pretty amazing.”