Photo Gallery

Race to the finish

Liam Adams Buckton, 6, races to the finish line at Station Beach during the Ontario SUP Series - Kincardine youth race Saturday. Following behind are Eden Babbitt, 10, and Bria McPherson, 10. More than 40 racers, including nine children, from all over Ontario took part in the event. Mike Howes, a Kincardine cottager, was the overall winner. (Barb McKay photo)

Nice catch

Gary Newton of London holds up an 8.15-pound salmon he caught on the first day of the Chantry Chinook Classic Fishing Derby Saturday. The derby runs until Aug. 7. (Barb McKay photo)

On the run

Ewan Graham takes the ball upfield with Knox Kowalek, right, in hot pursuit during an under-5 soccer game Wednesday evening in Kincardine. (Barb McKay photo)

Not in the Cards

Listowel's Owen Leary slides safely into second base underneath Kincardine infielders after a wild pitch Saturday morning at the Davidson mosquito baseball tournament. The mosquito Cardinals dominated this game from start to finish, but Listowel would have the final laugh on Sunday when they defeated Kincardine 5-3 in the tournament B final. (Josh Howald photo)

Seeya tomorrow

The sun sets over the Kincardine Harbour Sunday night. (Josh Howald photo)


Keelan Jacques, the youngster who dreamed up the idea of the Kincardine Cheetahs, hops a rock at the first annual Cheetahs Fun Run Obstacle Course at Mcpherson Park Saturday morning. Two dozen enthusiastic children showed up to race the obstacle course and left with a prize. (Josh Howald photo)

Sailing school makes local stop

The Ontario Sailing Association's BOOM mobile sailing school was in Kincardine last week and faced some interesting challenges while introducing sailing to local youngsters. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

Ready for camp!

Ethan Dowling has a new glove and bat and is ready for the KMBA baeball camp featuring Bret Saberhagen today (Wednesday) and tomorrow at Connaught Park. He is one four local youngsters at the camp courtesy of the Kincardine Cubs. The Cubs raised $4,000 at the Mike McLelland Memorial Cubs Classic and donated the money to KMBA to give local kids a chance to play the game. Home Hardware also donated 10 gloves. From left are KMBA president Jay Bell, Scott Austin of the Cubs, Dowling, Ryan Fraser and Dylan Sayle of the Cubs and Home Hardware's Chris Dunlop. (Josh Howald photo)

Singin' the Blues

Dylan Wickens and the Grand Naturals attracted a significant crowd in front of the Kincardine Library durnig the Lighthouse Blues Festival BIA Saturday Street Festival. Musicians were featured on four stages spread throughout the downtown. (Barb McKay photo)

Manary Senior of the Year

Don Manary accepts Senior of the Year award from mayor Anne Eadie last week. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)