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Christmas giving


Volunteers with the Kincardine Community Services Association were busy on Saturday morning organizing items in the St. Anthony’s Church basement that were collected by the KDSS Christmas Knights. The new toys and food will be placed in hampers and distributed to families in need during the holidays. (Barb McKay photo)

Tiverton Cookie Walk


Tiverton Knox Presbyterian Church hosted their annual pre-Christmas Cookie Walk on Dec.1. The cookie sale has been held for at least 16 years, and last year raised $1,800 for the church. From the left are Rev. David Chang with volunteers Lillian Leggett, Shannon Hall, Betty Fitzsimmons, Kelly Williams, Heather Kempers, Lorrie Alexander, Cara Lee Dobson, Dianne MacArthur, June Slesser and Mary Duthie. (Tammy Schneider photo)

Learning to skate


The Kincardine Skating Club held its first annual Performance Day at the Davidson Centre on Nov. 23. The event provided skaters with the opportunity to gain experience performing in front of an audience, as well as having their routine evaluated by a guest judge. More than 30 skaters took part in the evening recital. After the performance, a potluck social was held in the Davidson Centre activity room. Here, children belonging to the Learn to Skate Canskate program have some fun on the ice with coach Erin Frook. (Tammy Schneider photo)

Hometown Christmas in Kincardine


Addyson, Easton and Isabelle Owens wait their turn for face-painting set up on Queen Street during Hometown Christmas on Saturday. The full day event drew hundreds of people downtown for activities, shopping and visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus. (Tammy Schneider photo)

Ripley remembers


The Ripley Huron Legion colour party makes its way to the Ripley Cenotaph on Remembrance Day. (Barb McKay photo)

Kincardine and area postal workers walk off the job

Local 582 part of rotating strikes

Postal workers at the Canada Post Kincardine were part of a CUPW rotating strike in southwestern Ontario on Tuesday. (Barb McKay photo)


By Barb McKay


Postal workers and carriers in Kincardine and surrounding communities held a one-day strike on Tuesday as part Canada Post’s rotating strikes.



Great Lakes Challenge comes to Kincardine


By Tammy Schneider


Teammates from Brock University, here in Kincardine for the Bruce Power Great Lakes Challenge on Sept. 28-30, took advantage of some free time between games to explore Station Beach and the harbour. (Tammy Schneider photo)

KDSS students stage walkout against curriculum changes

By Barb McKay


Students at Kincardine District Secondary School staged a peaceful protest on Friday against changes to the public school curriculum.


Roughly 200 students walked out of the high school at 1 p.m. and stood on the front lawn of the school to show their disapproval of the Ontario government’s decision to remove the new sex ed curriculum, as well as cutting Indigenous revisions to the curriculum.