All I want for Christmas is...

One-year-old Hudson York is too little to tell Santa what he wants for Christmas, but Santa knows. (Pauline Kerr photo)


MUNICIPAL LEADERS DISCUSS OPIOID CRISIS IN GREY BRUCE

 

By Pauline Kerr

While alcohol continues to cause more harm than any other drug in the area, the opioid* crisis is here, and municipal leaders are in a unique position to help deal with it. This was the message delivered by Lynda Bumstead of the Grey Bruce Health Unit and Dave Roy of Hope Grey Bruce to members of Huron-Kinloss Township council last Monday.

Their presentation was entitled Opioid Crisis: A Call to Action.


November 22, 2017

VERONIKA SOBCZAK

The friends of Veronika Sobczak wish to inform the community that Veronika passed away on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, in her 86th year.Veronika experienced many challenges in her lifetime. By the age of ten, she had survived a communist regime and endured a Nazi labour camp - and the list of challenges goes on from there. When you listened to her stories, you realized that Veronika had been a hard worker her entire life; very little came easy.


November 15, 2017

ETHEL FRANCE


November 8, 2017

WINNIFRED HOWE

Winnifred Irene Howe (née Baird) of Kincardine passed away at the Owen Sound Hospital on Sunday, Oct. 29, 2017, in her 103rd year. Beloved wife of the late John “Edward” Howe (2001). Cherished mother of Audrey Howe of Kincardine. Missed by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Predeceased by her parents Robert and Evelyn Baird and by sister Lola Harris, Lenore Hooey, Evelyn Hewitson and Marjorie Reid


Kincardine Hometown Christmas

So soft
Little Kayley MacKay finds the donkey very soft to pet. The petting zoo also had camels and several other animals. (Pauline Kerr photo)


Kincardine hosts CWOSSA girls’ basketball championship

The Kincardine Knights senior girls defeated a strong team from Wellington Heights 42-24 in game one of CWOSSA girls’ A basketball Friday afternoon. They lost the championship game by a heart-breaking single point to Woodland Christian High School that evening. (Pauline Kerr photo)


NO MORE COMPOSTING AT THE KINCARDINE CEMETERY

By Pauline Kerr

A composting site near the Kincardine Cemetery is no more. Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority received a complaint that material was being dumped on flood plain land near the cemetery.


COUNCIL APPROVES SERVICING CONTRACTS FOR NEW DEVELOPMENT

 

By Pauline Kerr

 

During the Nov. 15 meeting, Kincardine council accepted a staff recommendation for the awarding of two contracts that will pave the way for new development. The contracts are for the Connaught Park sewage pumping station and trunk sewer main.

 

This project will serve existing customers and allow future growth to the north.

 


Did you go to the cenotaph on Saturday for Remembrance Day?

YES
29% (9 votes)
NO
71% (22 votes)
Total votes: 31