By Barb McKay
A new plan to improve the Kincardine hospital is expected to cost $22.5 million, significantly less than the original redevelopment proposal.
South Bruce Grey Health Centre (SBGHC) president and CEO Paul Rosebush told The Independent on Thursday that he is happy with the figure.
“We’re excited by that price point,” he said. “We feel we have a project that is achievable.”
By Josh Howald
Kincardine's Garrett McFadden is one of 43 players in the country invited to attend Canada's National under-18 summer selection camp in Calgary.
"It's pretty exciting," said McFadden, who recently returned to town following the completion of his secondary school year in Guelph.
His Guelph Storm was defeated in the championship game of the Memorial Cup tournament by the WHL's Edmonton OilKings after cruising through the rest of the tourney undefeated.
"It is nice to be home," said the defenceman on Friday. "It's the longest season I have ever been a part of."
The Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band kicked off a 66th consecutive season of Saturday night parades on the weekend. A large crowd turned out, and got ideal weather, for the first march of the year. You can catch the parade every Saturday night until the end of August. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
The dreaded emerald ash borer has been discovered in Ripley and Point Clark, an indication it is making its way north.
Huron-Kinloss community services director Mike Fair confirmed to council last Monday that the invasive beetle was found in ash trees on private properties in the township.
Bella was one of the stars of the Ultimate Dog Stunt Show, which performed several times on the weekend at DogLoversDays at Connaught Park in Kincardine on Saturday and Sunday. Bella, a 5-year-old Boston Terrier, was taking orders from Melissa Millett of London. Bella, Millett and the other stars will perform next on Canada Day in Cambridge. (Josh Howald photo)
By Barb McKay
A Kincardine councillor has raised concerns that an agreement signed with the developers of the Armow Wind Project could prevent the municipality from supporting its residents’ fight against it.
Jacqueline Faubert asked if council would support a resolution from the
Former Olympic weightlifter Nelsen Seleno is a musician, author, athlete and Parkinson's Disease patient. He spoke to the Parkinson's Support Group at Malcolm Place recently, sharing an inspirational message. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)
More than $700 worth of property was reported stolen following a break-and-enter at a Golf Course Trail residence in Kincardine.
The South-Bruce OPP said the burglary was reported at 2:53 p.m. on Sunday. Sometime between 6 p.m. on June 16 and 2 p.m. on June 22, entry was forcibly gained through a window at the back of the house.
The list of stolen property includes a four-piece Sony stereo system, a blue and white checkered table cloth, woodstove shovel and woodstove whisk. The value of the stolen property and damage repair is estimated to be more than $700.
Police request anyone with information that could help the investigation contact police at 1-888-310-1122, or if you wish to remain anonymous Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or send a web-tip to crimestob-gb.org, where you might be eligible for a cash reward of up to $2,000.
KTTPS held its Spring Arts Concert last Tuesday. Here, students from Sarah Bishop's JK/SK class show off some hip hop dance moves. From left, Ashlyn Holroyd, Avery Boulton, Gabriella Willsack, Craig Walkert and Kyla Collins. (Barb McKay photo)