Areva, Superheat FGH and Bruce Power will join forces tomorrow night (Thursday) and take to the ball diamond for 5-year-old Olivia Little.
Little, the daughter of Port Elgin's Chad and Erin Little, is one of about 2,000 people in the world diagnosed with Cystinosis, a rare genetic metabolic condition that affects every cell in the body.
Olivia will throw out the first pitch tomorrow night at the front diamond at Connaught Park in Kincardine at 6 p.m. Following the first pitch will be a game between Bruce Power Supply Chain and Areva #1.
Areva challenged Super Heat and Bruce Power's Supply Chain to play ball in order to raise money for the Liv-a-Little Foundation, which raises money for Cystinosis Research. Since the disease is so rare, there is little to no government funding for researching it. There is no known cure - as of now.
By Eric Howald
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Three members of the World Peace Day Committee are pictured with Allan Thompson, who gave a presentation Friday evening at the KDSS Library. From left afre Jackie Clements, Lynda Harry and Fran Gannett. (Eric Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
A handful of new candidates have entered the race for Kincardine council, submitting their names just before the nomination deadline Friday.
Ward 1 resident Ken Knight is the third candidate in the race for mayor, running against Anne Eadie and Marsha Leggett. Incumbent Ward 3 candidate Randy Roppel looked like he would be declared for the seat, but is now seeing opposition from Shelagh McFarlane.
Verna Munro celebrated her 101st birthday last Wednesday, Sept. 10, at Tiverton Park Manor. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
A development of
Ted and Fiona Wilson attended the Sept. 3 Kincardine council meeting to challenge a cottage development on
By Barb McKay
A Joint Review Panel will use information it receives during hearings this week to make a recommendation on the future of nuclear waste stored at the Bruce Power site.
The second round of Joint Review Panel hearings for OPG’s proposed deep geologic repository (DGR) project to store low and intermediate-level nuclear waste got underway last Monday at the Kincardine Legion. The hearings are expected to wrap up Thursday. Dozens of participants who took part in hearings last fall were invited to return to provide input and ask questions related to six requests for additional information made to OPG by the panel.
A Huron-Kinloss Twp. man managed to elude police once, but the cops caught up to him one week later.
On Aug. 20 at 1 a.m., the South-Bruce OPP received three traffic complaints regarding a white F-150 on Bruce Ave. in Kincardine, which is roughly one block from the Kincardine detachment of the OPP. Officers located the truck heading south on Lake Range Drive, Huron Twp., but the driver failed to stop for police. The truck finally stopped in the area of Tout's Grove, where the driver fled on foot into a wooded area.
Officers continued to investigate the matter, and seven days later, an arrest was made. A 21-year-old was charged with Flight from police, Racing a motor vehicle, failure to report an accident and failure to remain on the scene. He is scheduled to appear in court Sept. 29, 2014 to answer to the charges.
Vanessa Bueckert's stunning drawings and photos are on display this month at Victoria Park Gallery in Kincardine. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)
By Josh Howald
The fire that damaged the Bruce Bowling Lanes bowling alley on Sept. 1 has officially been deemed suspicious.
The South-Bruce OPP confirmed there is an ongoing investigation into the fire, which was first reported shortly before 7 a.m. on Sept. 1. When police arrived on the scene, the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Department was battling the blaze. Police said both South-Bruce OPP Crime Unit and the Office of the Fire Marshall are assisting with the investigation.
The KFD did a good job of containing the fire, particularly considering the large wood building was built in the 1950s. There is a great deal of damage, however, from the fire, smoke and water. No dollar estimate was provided, however. The owners have not set a time frame on re-opening for business. First, they must determine what can be salvaged and what needs to be replaced, and the best way to go about it.
George Murray of Kincardine was one of several surfers who took advantage of some excellent waves Saturday at Station Beach. (Barb McKay photo)