By Barb McKay
Changes are coming to Ripley’s liquor license policy.
Facilities and recreation director Mike Fair presented a report to Huron-Kinloss council during its meeting last Monday outlining details of a proposed permanent liquor license policy for the township’s facilities.
Under the new policy, liquor would be allowed in areas such as arena dressing rooms, where the policy currently isn’t applied. A similar policy has been applied to the
Mary Armstrong admires the lovely holiday decor that adorns the home of Evelyn MacTavish's Queen Street condo in Ripley. MacTavish's home was one of seven stops on the recent Ripley Christmas Tour of Homes. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Kincardine could see a downtown visitor information centre as early as next year.
Senior charged in crash
An 85-year-old Kincardine man was charged following a two-car crash on Nov. 3.
Just before 7:30 p.m. that night, the South-Bruce OPP got a report of a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Princes and Broadway Streets in Kincardine. Officers attended the scene, and learned that a red Lexus had turned onto Princes Street and struck a grey Honda Civic that was stopped at the stop sign. The driver of the Lexus, 85, was charged with making an unsafe turn.
There were no injuries reported at the crash.
By Barb McKay
A public information session will be held Thursday to give Kincardine residents an overview of plans to reconstruct a portion of Highway 9.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation (MTO) will host the session from to at the Davidson Centre. The public can view displays that show design details of the project and speak to Ministry staff about any concerns or questions they may have.
Heavy rains left fields inland with more water than they could handle last week. This was the scene Sunday morning from the old train bridge just north of Riversdale. (Josh Howald photo)
By Josh Howald
The Western Junior C Hockey League could really use the home ice advantage.
Come playoff time, the West can’t seem to beat the best of the Georgian Bay Mid-Ontario Junior C League, and home ice for that Schmalz Cup quarter-final series is on the line Saturday night in Kincardine. The Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs will host the annual showcase game this year between the Western Junior C All-Stars and the best of the Georgian Bay Mid-Ontario Junior C League on Saturday night.
Zombie Blair Nicholson takes a bite out of fellow zombie John Edey on Halloween night in Victoria Park in Kincardine. Nearly 30 zombies braved cold, wet conditions to take part in the event.
Archeological findings in Inverhuron have set back plans for water and sewer service extension to the community.
Saugeen Ojibway Nation (SON) and the
Hundreds of Canada Geese gathered on the lake between Lambton and Harbour Streets Wednesday evening after 6 p.m. to enjoy one of the few good days remaining. Perhaps they were discussing a trip south. (Eric Howald photo)