Teen injured, charged in head-on crash

A Kincardine teenager was left injured and facing charges following a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon at Highway 21 and Russell Street.

At 4:44 p.m., the South-Bruce OPP were called to the intersection. Officers arrived on the scene with members of the Kincardine Fire and Emergency Services and Bruce Paramedic Services to find a northbound grey Ford Fusion and a southbound grey GMC Acadia had been involved in a crash.

Bulldogs draw Barons in opening round

 Kincardine hosts Game 1 Friday night

By Josh Howald

The second season begins Friday at the Davidson Centre.

The Bulldogs host Games 1 and 3 of the PJHL Pollock Division quarter-finals Friday and Sunday at the Davdison Centre. (Independent file photo/Howald)


The Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs will host the Hanover Barons for Game 1 of the Provincial Junior Hockey League Pollock Division playoffs.

 Kincardine to erect Sports Wall of Fame

By Barb McKay

Local athletes will soon receive some very public recognition.

The Municipality of Kincardine plans to erect a Sports Wall of Fame at the Davidson Centre. During its meeting last Wednesday, council approved a recommendation from the municipality’s parks and recreation department to create a wall that will recognize deserving athletes, teams and builders (supporters) of athletics in the community.

“It’s popular in other communities and we’d like to bring it to Kincardine because we have a lot of deserving athletes and builders,” said Recreation Director Karen Kieffer. “It’s long overdue.”

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Haggis time

Scott Duncan, centre, addresses the haggis at the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Bandd's Robbie Burns Dinner at the Kincardine Legion Saturday. Left is KPSB president Dave Wilson, and on the right is haggis bearer Leon Wilson. (Barb McKay photo)

 Willow West residents say new development raises safety concerns

By Barb McKay

Opposition continues to plague a multi-residential housing development on the edge of the Willow West subdivision.

Once again, the Municipality of Kincardine council chambers were full of residents for a public meeting on a planning application submitted by developer Tom Kerr. This is the third such meeting related to the project at Kincardine Avenue and Fraser Drive, where two sets of semi-detached homes have already been built, fronting onto Fraser Drive.

Queen Street fire results in fire code violation tickets

Kincardine fire and emergency services are reinforcing the need for smoke and carbon monoxide detectors on the heels of an investigation into a downtown fire.

According to a report from the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Department, there were no working smoke alarms or carbon monoxide detectors in the residence on Queen Street where a fire broke out in the early morning hours of Jan. 5. Fortunately, residents of the home’s apartments escaped unharmed. After a week-long investigation, police charged a 21-year-old Kincardine man with arson, mischief under $5,000, uttering threats and two counts of breach of probation.

Bonny wee lad

Cullen Reid, 17 months, was dressed appropriately for the Robbie Burns dinner at the Kincadine Legion Saturday evening. The dinner was a sold-out event. (Barb McKay photo)

Davidson Centre pool needs accessibility improvements

By Barb McKay

The Davidson Centre swimming pool is unusable for many individuals with disabilities and improvements are desperately needed, according to Kincardine’s Accessibility Advisory Committee.

Devony House stars in remake of Heritage Minutes

By Barb McKay

Kincardine youngster Devony House will soon make her small screen debut when the TFO network’s remake of the well-known Heritage Minutes airs.