Photo Gallery

Star gaxing postponed to Aug. 23


Enchanted

Mary-Kate Duggan and Ava Ferguson were enchanted by the Sunset Fairy during the Kincardine BIA Street Park on Queen Street on Aug. 12. (Tammy Schneider photo)


Special Olympics

 

On July 24, athletes and coaches gathered for a special goodbye in support of two Special Olympics athletes, who are attending the national competition in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, during the long weekend in August. From the left are Allan Moore, who will be participating in track athletics, swimming coach Marg VanderVaart and swimmer Jackie McDonald. (Tammy Schneider photo)


Grey Matter Beer Company set to open doors on April 26

Michael Hueftlein stands amidst the recently installed brewing equipment at Grey Matter Beer Company. Currently, the brewery is running at half capacity, with 8000L of beer in production. The new business is scheduled to open doors April 26. (Chris Bianco Photo)

By Chris Bianco


World Fiddle Day Kincardine

 

The Ballaghs took to the stage at the Kincardine Center for the Arts on Friday evening. The group shared folk music with attendees with proceeds going towards World Fiddle Day Kincardine. (Chris Bianco Photo)


Eyeing up the corner pocket

 

Susy Parker, winner of division “C”, eyes up the 8-ball during the Heart N Stroke Pool Tournament at the Sutton Park Inn on Saturday. The three day tournament raised $4385 for the heart and stroke foundation. In the tournament’s 22 year history it has raised over $193,000 for the charity. Of the 160 competitors, Travis Thompson and Andy Graham won division “A”, Mar Juazon and Duane Kocela won division “B” and Matt Friel and Susy Parker won division “C”. (Chris Bianco Photo)


KDSS one of the last stops for Rick Mercer Report

 

Rick Mercer poses with members of KDSS’s Me to We program at an assembly on Tuesday. The Me to We program raised $2300 for Mercer’s charity Spread the Net. (Chris Bianco Photo)

By Chris Bianco

Rick Mercer received a warm and excited greeting from students at Kincardine District Secondary School as he entered the gymnasium on Tuesday, being led by a bagpiper in traditional Kincardine fashion.

 


Winter windmills

 

The sun sets over a field near Ripley, highlighting the blades of wind turbines against a darkening sky. (Chris Bianco Photo)


Synchronized skating

Brianna Pointon and Chloe Shields perform their duo “Sorry” during the Ripley-Huron Skating Club showcase on Saturday. (Chris Bianco Photo)

 


Hurry Hard!

 

Cale Morrison intently watches his stone slide towards the house during the Mixed Bonspiel at the Kincardine Curling Club.  (Chris Bianco Photo)