Several surfers were in Lake Huron Tuesday night off Station Beach in Kincardine competing in the West Shore Surf Summer Meltdown. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
The municipality will undertake a costly project to replace water, storm water and sanitary sewer services on Princes Street.
The project was an unplanned one and will cost approximately $1.15 million to complete, including road reconstruction. Work will begin shortly and include Princes Street from Durham Street to Broadway Street.
Crews moved a house from the municipal airport to Inverhuron Monday morning. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
For the first time, Bruce Power’s B site has received full marks for performance from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
The CNSC, Canada’s nuclear regulator, released its draft 2014 regulatory oversight report last week. The report, which analyzes safety and operational performances at Canadian nuclear power facilities, is expected to be finalized later this week.
By Barb McKay
The access gates to the Mystic Cove subdivision will remain closed to the public during winter storms, the Municipality of Kincardine council has decided.
Lannaia Vanderwoude, 4, of Point Clark was happy to handle a blue-tongued skink at a recent show by Vaughan-based Reptilia Zoo at the Ripley-Huron Community Centre. (Barb McKay photo)
An 18-year-old from Burlington is facing charges after a two-car crash at 7:25 a.m. on Aug. 7 at the intersection of Bruce County Road 20 and Highway 21 in Bruce Twp.
The South-Bruce OPP responded to a report of the crash to discover a grey Toyota Corolla had pulled into the path of a red Ford Mustang that was headed south on Highway 21. There were no injuries reported at the scene.
The driver of the Corolla was found to have been drinking alcohol. The teenager was charged with impaired driving, operating over 80mgs, being a novice driver with a blood alcohol content more than zero and failure to yield. He is to appear in court Sept. 14 to answer to the charges.
In other police news, later that morning another impaired driver was removed from the road.
A youth was treated at local hospital for minor injuries after being struck by a pick-up truck at 6:16 p.m. on Thursday evening, Aug. 12.
Police responded to a report of a collision involving a bicycle at the Inverhuron Provincial Park in Bruce Twp. Officers arrived on the scene and learned a young cyclist had ridden a bicycle into the path of a grey Toyota Tundra pick-up truck.
The mother of the child, a 35-year-old woman from Ajax, was charged with permitting a person younger than 16 to ride without a helmet.
The Toronto Brigantine Tall Ships return to the port of Kincardine this weekend in celebration of the second annual Marine Heritage Festival.
The ships sail into port on Friday and the Marine Heritage Festival events will run on Saturday from 10am-3pm.
This year’s theme is ‘Search and Rescue’ which promises a variety of educational and entertaining components. The festival will feature marine-themed activities for both adults and children including tours of the Kincardine Lighthouse and Marine Museum, the Walker House Heritage Centre, Artisan’s Alley on the north pier, as well as the Community Foundation Grey Bruce ‘Ahoy - Kids Art Zone’ at MacPherson Park.
Lori Prehn of Cheesy Monkii adds gravy to some Pine River Cheese curds to make an order of the famous Cheesy Monkii poutine Saturday afternoon at the Pine River Cheese Curds Festival, held at the co-operative on Highway 21. (Josh Howald photo)