Photo Gallery

Novices best Hanover

Brandon Bishop gets a shot on goal Sunday as he is watched by Hanover's Luka Abell in novice rep hockey action. The Kincardine Home Hardware novice Kinucks won this contest 3-1. (Josh Howald photo)


Making a splash

It is tough to think about the splash pad in this winter weather, but OPG and the Lion's Club were on Thursday. OPG made a $10,000 donation to the Lion's Club Splash Pad project, which is hoped to be open before July. Lynda Cain, middle, of OPG presented the donation to Kincardine Lions John McManus, left, and George Ling. (Josh Howald photo)


Eagle eye

Shauna Cowan of the Canadian Raptor Conservancy shows off a Bald Eagle named Sam to KTTPS students on Thursday morning. Cowan brought a variety of birds of prey for students to learn about, including a Great Horned Owl and a Red Tailed Hawk. (Barb McKay photo)


Loppet!

Angus Norcliffe on his way to winning the youth race at Saturday afternoon's ski loppet at the Stoney Island Conservation Area north of Kincardine. More than two dozen skiiers enjoyed ideal race conditions on Saturday, and a new course record was set. FOr more on the loppet, hosted by the Kincardine Cross - country ski club, see this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. A snowshoe walk is being held at the Conservation Area this weekend. (Josh Howald photo)


Midget girls win PInk in the RInk

Rainor Kuz buries the game winning goal in the championship game of the Pink in the Rink tournament hosted by South Huron on the weekend. For the full story on the big win by Kincardine Montgomery Ford midget girls team, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (photo courtesy of Emmanuel Tomaini)


Lord of the RIngs

Kendrick Shepherd, 14, of Kincardine leaves the hack during junior curling action Sunday afternoon at the Kincardine Curling Club. THe Curling Club will host three important regular season games tonight in Major League Curling action. Marilyn Bodogh will also be competing at the club this weekend. (Josh Howald photo)


Skating circles

Sarah Austin, left, and daughter Olivia, 7, or Port Elgin had a blast skating around the outdoor ice loop at MacGregor Point Provincial Park on Sunday. (Barb McKay photo)


Sliding into Winter

The tobogganing hills on Durham Street near the Davidson Centre were packed with children finally enjoying the snow on Sunday when the wind stopped and temperatures became bearable. From left, Haden Richardson, Trent Courtney and Kaleb Smith, all 12-years-old from Kincardine, decided to try and ride down the slope together. For the full story on last week's storm, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Penetang puts out peewees

A Penetang forward beats a Kincardine Legion peewee Kinuck to the outside during the Kincardine Regional Silver Stick final last Tuesday at the Davidson Centre in Kncardine. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of THe Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Confusion

Not even the players knew exactly what was happening at times at the Ross Young Memorial tyke hockey tournament in Tiverton on the weekend. Lucknow, wearing dark, had this game against Tiverton well under control. (Josh Howald photo)