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Tiverton family receives new Farm Family award

The Eby family was recognized by BMO and the Ontario Plowmen's Association at Bruce County's Farm Family, and could be named of of the top 10 Ontario farm families at the International Plowing Mtach in September. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)

Four birthdays!

The Coutts family in Tiverton celebrated the first birthday of their quadruplet boys Saturday, and invited those who have helped in the past year to join in the fun. For the full story on Dylan, left, Lincoln, Easton and Owen, don't miss the print edition of this week's Kincardine Independent! (Barb McKay photo)


Team Neon's shortstop tries to toss out Joel Armstrong of Balls Deep at the annual mushball tournament in Ripley on the weekend. These two teams needed extra innings to crown a tourney champion, with Team Neon coming out on top. Armstrong was safe on this play after the ball bounced loose on the tag. (Josh Howald photo)

Turning two

Stratford attempts a double play in Sunday's Blue Division final of the Kincardine mosquito baseball tournament at Connaught Park as Waterloo slides to break it up. The batter was safe at first, and Waterloo defeated the Indians 14-7 to claim a division title. Ten teams played in the tourney, including the Kincardine mosquito Cardinals, who went 0-3. (Josh Howald photo)

Lions host exchange students

From left, Jeannette Fleischer, Isabel Maria Ximinez, Karolina Kahankova, Alexandra Abein, Damir Delamaric and Diane Simpson shared their first impressions of Bruce County, and Canada, with the Independent's Barb McKay. Don't miss the full story in this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent! (Barb McKay photo)

Sun day Monday

Milton's Carter Huska, left, and Isabella Inkratas of Kincardine, both 4, got some quality time in at Station Beach in Kincardine on Monday afternoon. It is beach season in town, and it appears more sunny weather is on the way this week. (Josh Howald photo)

Fore CLKD!

Emily Jolley of Areva tees off on the first hole Wednesday at the Community Living Kincardine and District golf tournament at Ainsdale Golf Course. Areva made a alrge donation to CLKD at the tourney, which was filled to capacity. (Josh Howald photo)

Missed a spot!

Mackenzie Deer gets her car cleaned up by firefighter Seamus Small at the car wash fundraiser run by the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Departrment in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters Kincardine and District. (Barb McKay photo)

Through the garden gate

Scott and Darlene Stevens showed off their Olde Victoria Street backyard during Sunday's Through the Garden gate tour, sponsored by the Kincardine and District Horticultural Society. The Stevens had more than 100 people check out their lovely gardens in a four-span on Sunday. Their home was one  of nine stops on this year's tour. (Josh Howald photo)

Follow me!

The Kincardine Scottish proudly marches down Queen Street during the Saturday night parade during the weekend's Scottish Festival and Highland Games in Kincardine. For a full page of colour photos, don’t miss this week’s print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)