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Kincardine claims Areva Cup

Hailey Woods stickhandles into the Bruce Peninsula zone during Kincardine's 3-1 win Sunday evening at the Davidson Centre. The previous day, the midget girls clinched the Areva Cup for the Kincardine Minor Hockey Association with a 5-0 shut out win over Saugeen Shores. For the full story, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

Honouring our heroes

The Royal Canadian Legion Branch #183 will honour local soldiers from the First World War with special banners. The Legion has commissioned Irv Mills to create 20 banners with the images and names of soldiers whose names are engraved on the Kincardine cenotaph. The banners will be displayed on lamp posts on Queen Street. The Legion is asking residents who have photos of those whose names are on the cenotaph to share them in order to make additional banners for next year's Remembrance Day ceremonies. This banner is in honour of Gilbert Shewfelt. From left, poppy campaign co-chair Stewart Neely, Legion past president Red Larsen, Gilbert Shewfelt's great-nephew Bill Shewfelt, Legion president Maureen Couture and poppy campaign co-chair Laura Haight. (Barb McKay photo)

Ideal conditions?

More than 50 surfers from across the province as from as far away as Rochester, New York, as well as the Mexican longboard champion turned out for the second annual West Shore Huron Classic at Station Beach on Saturday. Despite cold and wet conditions, the surfers spent much of the day taking advantage of the excellent wave conditions. The event was a qualifier for the Rip Curl Tofino Pro in Britich Columbia next Spring. (Barb McKay photo)

Evolving style makes for intriguing exhibit

Guest artist's work on display all month

Barb Hamilton has a fearless approach to art that allows her to constantly evolve. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)

"Plenty to be proud of"

Grads home for commencement

Co-valedictorians Kush Joshi, left, and Bronwynne Harvey are set to lead the KDSS class of 2014 to big things. Commencement ceremonies and awards were held Friday evening at the school. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

Hockey Day

A Kincardine Legion peewee forward rings the puck off the post during one of several minor hockey games played Saturday as part of Hockey Day in Kincardine. Wingham was the opposition for all of the minor hockey games, with the Junior C game between the Bulldogs and Ironmen to cap off the night. Proceeds to the Canadian Cancer Society. (Josh Howald photo)


Sheila Murray, left, Lucille Fischer and Nancy Copeland with some handcrafted pumpkins at the Kountry Kitchen Bazaar Saturday afternoon at Pine River United Church. (Josh Howald photo)

Rotary runners

More than two dozen runners took part in the Kincardine Rotary Club's annual Beachside Run in support of Community Living Kincardine and District's new residence. The event pulled in more than $3,000. (Barb McKay photo)

Green leader

Leader Resources Services was part of the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association's Green Energy Doors Open event on the weekend. Leader showed off a fleet of electric vehicles, including this motorcyle from Mitchell. Leaders has a charging station that is free to use. (Barb McKay photo)

Fair fight

Knights of Northgaedham battle during a medieval demonstration at the Annex building as part of the Tiverton Fall Fair. The combatants hail from Underwood and are members of the Barony of Ramshaven. For a full page of colour photos from the Tiverton Fall Fair, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent! (Barb McKay photo)