Jorie Elliott was all smiles as she dropped the hockey puck in front of Kincardine Bulldogs captain Brett Catto and Kincardine and District Secondary School (KDSS) captain Brett McLean on Sunday afternoon.
This is the calm before the storm, as the youngest age group gears up for the Easter Egg Hunt in Victoria Park Saturday morning. The event, which drew a large crowd, is sponsored by the Kincardine Rotary Club. (Eric Howald photo)
The future of Kincardine’s business park lies in the hands of Kincardine council, according a senior planner with BM Ross and Associates.
Business owners, developers, municipal staff and members of the Penetangore Regional Economic Development Corporation (PREDC) gathered at the Municipal Administration Centre last Wednesday for a public meeting regarding the servicing master plan for the Kincardine business park at Highways 9 and 21.
The South Bruce Grey Health Centre may be forced to make difficult cuts to programs and services if the province does not change the way it is currently funding its hospitals.
SBGHC CEO Paul Rosebush told The Independent on Thursday that the board continues to appeal to the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care and the South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) to look at the SBGHC as the four small hospitals it is, rather than one large health centre.
Clarence Seifried of Mount Forest lines up a shot during the championship game of the annual Morrison Memorial Heart and Stroke Pool Tournament held recently at the Howard Johnson hotel. The event raised more than $6,000 for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. (Barb McKay photo)
Two Huron-Kinloss men have been charged in what police called a vicious assault in Kincardine March 20.
Shortly after 11 p.m., the South-Bruce OPP received a report of an injured man at the hospital in Kincardine. Investigating officers learned the man suffered significant facial injuries. The victim, along with two other men, had been together earlier in the evening at a Queen Street residence in Kincardine when the man was assaulted.
Police charged a 35-year-old and a 27-year-old each face a count of aggravated assault. They are scheduled to appear in court April 22, 2013 to answer to the charges.
By Josh Howald
The playoff hockey action is all wrapped up at the Davidson Centre, but a pair of big hockey games remain.
This weekend, two different charity hockey games will take place. On Saturday night, the Kincardine Fire Department and the South-Bruce OPP will face off to compete for the Golden Nozzle, with proceeds going to Kincardine Community Living and the Kincardine Food Bank.
Mooretown celebrates a goal in Game 5 Saturday night. They had reason to celebrate last night too, as they defeated Kincardine 4-1 in Game 6 of the OMHA AEGR3 Finals. (Josh Howald photo)
Mooretown is the new OMHA midget AE GR3 champion.
The midget additional entry team skated to a 4-1 win last night on home ice in Game 6 of the championship series against Kincardine. It was the first game of this series that a game was won by a home team.
For full details, don't miss next week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent.
Maddy Cranston, 6, can't get enough spaghetti at the third annual Spay-Ghetti Dinner and Silent Auction at the Kincardine Legion on the weekend. The event raised $6, 263 to support Cozy Cat Kennels and the Huron County SPCA. (Barb McKay photo)
By Barb McKay
Kincardine will establish a fund to conduct independent noise studies on industrial wind turbines to ensure they are in compliance with provincial regulations.
The motion, introduced by councillor Jacqueline Faubert, set off a heated debate amongst council members during last Wednesday’s meeting.
“I feel really, really positive about this motion,” she said. “This is an area where we have some say, where we otherwise have had obstacles and barriers.”