Photo Gallery


Jiggs the dog, owned by Teri Morris of Tiverton, mugs for the camera while he takes a veiw of the exhibits on top of this display cow at the Tiverton Fall Fair on the weekend. (Barb McKay photo)

Jumping for joy

Callen Tailoon can't contain his excitement as he tosses hay around during the needle in a haystack event at the Tiverton Fall Fair. (Barb McKay photo)

Fair fun

Holly Krebs of Tiverton and her horse Forget Me Not leap over a jump at the Ripley Fall Fair Saturday afternoon. (Josh Howald photo)


Jessica MacKenzie of the Bruce Power Supply Chain hits a single against AREVA during AREVA's annual charity baseball tournament at Connaught Park in support of the Liv-A-Little Foundation. (Barb McKay photo)

For Terry

Jessica Tyler, left, and Alyssa McPherson were among the dozens of people who took part in the 35th annual Terry Fox Run in Kincardine. THe event was held Sunday morning at the Davidson Centre, with pledges raising more than $15,000. (Sandra Christison photo)

Good eats

Piper Robertson, 3, of Inverhuron digs into the hors d'oeuvres at the Bruce Botanical Good Gardens annual Harvest Dinner last Thursday at the Ripley Huron Community Centre. The event was sold out, and those with tickets were treated to local foods prepared by chefs, as well as wine and beer tasting and a silent auction. (Barb McKay photo)

What a racket

Malcolm Lane, 8, reaches for a shot Saturday at the Kincardine Tennis Club during the inaugural Kincardine Junior Tennis Tournament. Lane was defeated by Robert Gregory in the championship final. For the full story, see this week's sports section. (Josh Howald photo)


Venra Munro turned 102 last week at Tiverton Park Manor. Staff and residents gathered for a part Friday afternoon for Munro, who was born in 1913 and grew up on a farm in Bruce Twp. Munro stays sharp by playing euchre and doing puzzles. (Josh Howald photo)

Super afternoon

More than 100 people walked in Sunday afternoon's Parkinson SuperWalk in Kincardine. Together, they raised more than $18,000 for Parkinson research. Here, those walking the 2-km route begin their trek from Victoria Park, led by Jennifer Farrell of the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band. (Josh Howald photo)

Fair friends

Alyssa Smith, 6, takes a turn-leading Zeus the miniature horse around the grass at Connaught Park during the Kincardine Fall Fair. Zeus was part of the petting zoo and belongs to Goulding Acres in Ripley. (Barb McKay photo)