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Feeling blue

Every shade of blue was visible from the north pier Monday morning. The thermometer has been all over the place recently, with heavy rains on Sunday evening taking care of a lot of accumulated snow. (Josh Howald photo)


Family shoes

Penetangear hosted a community snowshoe event at the Stoney Island Conservation Area Sunday. Here, Bryan and Lija Bradley of Kincardine brought along daughters Claire, 2, and Maeve, six months, for a fun day on the trails. (Barb McKay photo)


Capital save

Keaton Bowman of the Walkerton novice LL#1 Capitals makes a big save with his glove during the Arran-Elderslie Ice Dogs novice tournament Sunday morning in Paisley. Bowman had a shutout in this game, which his team won in a shootout. The Caps won three games, two of them in a shootout, before losing to Saugeen Shores in the tournament final. (Josh Howald photo)


Blowing snow

Blowing snow, falling heavily at times, made it tough to navigate roads even in the downtown core of Kincardine. The weather shut down highways all around the Municipality late Sunday and into Monday. (Barb McKay photo)


Haggis here!

David Wilson, left, and Jennifer Farrell of the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band didn't miss the chance to get into some haggis Saturday at the Kincardine Branch #183 of the Royal Canadian Legion. There was a sold out crowd on hand for the annual Robbie Burns Dinner, which featured live entertainment and plenty of great food - including the haggis, which Wilson is pointing out. (Josh Howald photo)


Trailblazing

Bud Pretty walks over the north Penetangore bridge on a stroll of Kincardine's trails with his dogs Maggie and Bailey Sunday. The mild temperature and light snow made for ideal conditions for a walk - not like the start of this week, when heavy snow and cold winds closed highways and kept students away from school on Tuesday and Wednesday. (Barb McKay photo)


And the winner is...

Steph Fox, left, was the grand prize winner of The Kincardine Independent's "Five Weeks to Christmas" promotion. Fox entered her ballot at Sobeys. Second prize went to Jessica Ogilvie, who entered at JB's Lingerie and third place went to Bill Ballantyne, who entered at Canadian Tire. In total, more than $1,800 in prizes and gift certificates were doled out. Special thanks to all participating businesses who donated to the prize package: JB's Lingerie, Sobeys, J'Adorn, MacG's, Blackhorse Golf Course, Canadian Tire, Jerome Flowers and GIfts, MicroAge Basics, Sunrise Grill and Victoria Park Gallery and Gifts. Here, Fox accepts her prize from The Independent's Dianna Martell. (Josh Howald photo)


Cheers

Glenn Sutton makes a toast at the New Year's Day Levee at the Kincardine Legion Branch #183 on New Year's Day. (Josh Howald photo)


Long on finish

Ethan Long of the Kincardine Miller Insurance midget Kinucks buried this scoring chance from his knees last Tuesday night against Goderich at the Davidson Centre. Grant Stevens and Raven Sharpe also scored for the Kinucks in a 4-3 loss. The midgets bounced back with a 3-0 win two nights later against BCH. (Josh Howald photo)


Good Knights!

The Kincardine District Secondary School Christmas Knights spent a rainy Saturday morning collecting toys and non-perishable food items for the Kincardine Community Services Association Christmas Hamper Program. Students and volunteers were kept busy sorting thousands of donations at St. Anthony's Church. From left are KDSS students Madison McBride, Bethany Wilken and Sophia Tomaini. (Barb McKay photo)