A Tiverton woman is dead following a bizarre collision on Highway 21, Bluewater Veteran's Highway near Port Albert last Monday night.
Shortly after 7 p.m. on Sept. 15, Huron County OPP officers and EMS were called to a crash scene at Victoria Street and Highway 21, Port Albert. Investigation revealed a Chevrolet Traverse had been driving south on Highway 21 when it collided with a deer. The impact of the collision sent the deer airborne, and into the path of a northbound Ford Escape. The deer entered the interior compartment of the Escape, where it struck and killed the front seat passenger.
The deceased has been identified as 67-year-old Elizabeth Neable of Tiverton. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Her husband Murray, who had been driving the Escape, was injured in the crash. He was transported to hospital with minor injuries, and has since been released.
Documents regarding the sale of Bruce Telecom have now been released by the municipality, but there is little to read.
An investigation, launched by the Tiverton and District Ratepayers Association, into a series of closed door meetings by Kincardine council to discuss details around the sale of Bruce Telecom directed the municipality to release documents from the meetings.
The documents, in the form of three Power Point presentations, have been posted on the municipal website. A note on the website states, “Please note that the materials below have redactions to protect the interests of Bruce Telecom and its stakeholders and the rights of interested parties.”
Chad Andrews and daughter Paige, 3, of Kincardine cmae ot to support the Bruce Botanical Food Garden fundraiser on Thursday. For the full story on the Harvest Dinner, don't miss this week's print edition of THe Kincardine Independent! (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Cottagers along Bruce Beach are ready to take matters into their own hands to deal with poor beach conditions.
Representatives from the Bruce Beach Cottagers’ Association attended last Monday’s township council meeting to ask permission to take equipment down to the beach and remove invasive plants that are clogging the shoreline.
By Barb McKay
The Kincardine Fire Department is in the market for a new dispatch provider.
Fire chief Kent Padfield got the go-ahead from Kincardine council last Wednesday to submit a request for proposals (RFP) for an emergency communications provider for the department. The fire department currently uses a third party provider to answer emergency phone lines and page firefighters to emergencies but does not have a contract with the current provider.
Scott Forbes of International Justice Mission, left, was AIM Kincardine's guest speaker at the annual fundraising and awareness night. Right is AIM's Emily Eybergen. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Kincardine’s economic development corporation has the green light from the municipality to pursue infrastructure funding from the federal government.
Ron Coristine, executive director of the Penetangore Regional Economic Development Corporation (PREDC), made a presentation to council last Wednesday on behalf of the corporation and the Penetangore Kincardine Airport Task Force. The task force has been working on a plan over the past couple of years to make the municipal airport more of an economic driver for Kincardine.
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)