Photo Gallery

Merry Christmas!

St. Anthony's School held the annual Christmas Concert Friday afternoon at the school, which included a performance by Mrs. MacIntosh's JK/SK class. Back row, from left, Jared Huang, Henry Radford, Cooper Waite, Matthew McKeag, Mason Ruthven, Lucas Gracie, Michael Berry and Keelan Jacques. Front row, left, Ella Morris-Rice, Stormy Gervais, Jenna Ostrowski, Kannesha Cherry, Lilly Mogk, Kianna Robinson, Cassandra Weber and Avery Quon. (Josh Howald photo)


Christmas Knights

From left, Kincardine District Secondary School Christmas Knights Sarah Joliff, Isabel Tuck, Michelle Hack and Lana Splettsoesser were among the 120 students and volunteers who collected toys and non-perishable food items for the Kincardine Christmas Hamper program. This year, the Christmas Hamper committee hoped to fill 175 hampers. (Barb McKay photo)


Rockin' Christmas

Grade 1 students weren't shy to show off their best dance moves during the KTTPS Christmas Concert last Tuesday. From left, Connor Beaty, Brody Roppel, Cole Taylor and William Doran. (Barb McKay photo)


Juniors sweep WDCS

The Kincardine District Secondary School junior girls volleyball team swept Walkerton District Central School 2-0 Thursday afternoon last week in Walkerton. The Knights won Game 1 25-20, pictured here, and Game 2 25-16. The senior girls, meanwhile, fell 2-1 to the Riverhawks. KDSS hosts WDCS and Sacred Heart on Tuesday for matches prior to the holiday break for BAA sports. (Josh Howald photo)


Potter WOBA Pitcher of the Year

13-year-old prospect to play for Great Lake Canadians next season

WOBA Pitcher of the Year Will Potter, 13, stopped by our office last week to chat baseball with Josh Howald. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Wild week for midget girls

Sophia Tomaini makes a key stop on a third period breakaway Thursday night in Walkerton. Tomaini posted her seventh shutout of the season in a 2-0 win for the Montgomery Ford girls. Sunday night, they chased Saugeen Shores right off the ice in a controversial affair. For the full story, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Santa visits Kincardine

The one and only Santa Claus made a visit to Kincardine Saturday for Kincardine's Santa Claus Parade. It was a chilly night for a parade, but Santa was prepared and spent time visiting with local youngsters following the annual event. Claus promised The Independent he would return to visit all the well-behaved youngsters on Christmas Eve. For more parade photos, see this week's print edition. (Josh Howald photo)


Pier and there

Huron District Contracting Ltd. was busy working on the south pier at the Kincardine harbour Sunday evening. More than 1,900 tonnes of stone will be replaced in the $275,000 project, which will help control the erosion of the pier. (Josh Howald photo)


Raising voices

Sisters Gabrielle and Isabella Gebert, both 7, are two of several youngsters who will perform with the Kincardine Community Singers during their Deck the Nutcracker Hall concert on Saturday at 3 p.m. and Sunday at 8 p.m. at Knox Presbyterian Church. (Barb McKay photo)


In the spirit

From left, Evey Booth, 3, Sophia Booth, 6, and Callista Griffin, 5, can handly contain their excitement as they wait for Santa Claus to arrive in Ripley at the Parade of Lights Sunday evening. The annual event drew a sizable crowd of people in the holiday spirit, despite the lack of snow. (Barb McKay photo)