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Provincial champions!

Ford midget girls perfect at OWHA tourney


From left, Jorie Elliott, Megan Stewart-Kemp and Eden McFarlane display the provincial championship banner captured by the Kincardine Montgomery Ford midget girls hockey team on Sunday at Chesswood Arena in Toronto. For the full story, don't miss next week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (submitted photo)

Big can opener

Kyle Jenkins of the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Department works the jaws of life to cut apart a car Sunday afternoon as a demonstration put on by the fire department at the Davidson Centre prior to the 3rd annual Guns 'N Hoses hockey game for the local food bank. (Josh Howald photo)

Guns 'N Hoses

Detective Constable David Hackney, left, attempts to knock the puck away from firefighter Jay Paul Sunday afternoon at the 3rd annual Guns 'N Hoses hockey game to benefit the Kincardine Food Bank. The South-Bruce OPP eked out a 7-6 shootout win, beating the Municipality of Kincardine Fire Department for the first time. (Josh Howald photo)

Marching on

Veterans and other members of the Kincardine Branch #183 Royal Canadian Legion  march behind the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Saturday morning to kick off the District C Spring Convention. (Josh Howald photo)

McFadden, Storm eliminate Owen Sound

Knights finish off Rangers

By Josh Howald

The season is over for the Owen Sound Attack.

London's Max Domi fends off Max Iafrate during Game 6 Sunday evening in Kitchener. (Josh Howald photo)


The Attack were eliminated Saturday night at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph in Game 5 of their Ontario Hockey League opening round series against the Storm.

The Storm edged out Owen Sound 2-1 to take the series four games to one.

Owen Sound took a first period lead, but the Storm scored twice in a 1:18 span in the second period then rode the goaltending of Justin Nichols the rest of the way home.

Historical visit

Deb Sturdevant of the Bruce County Museum was at the Kincardine Library last Wednesday afternoon with some interesting items relating to the Kincardine area. Sturdevant was on hand to answer questions, particularly regarding family and historical research at the Museum, as well as tips on how to properly care for your own family archives. THe Bruce County Archives are open to the public fo research. For more information, visit the museum in Southampton, find them online at or contact the museum by e-mail at (Josh Howald photo)

Egg-citing stuff

Hundreds of children, as well as parents and grandparents, filled Victoria Park Saturday morning for the annual Kincardine Rotary Club's Easter Egg Hunt. Here, four and five-year-olds burst from the starting line to take their turn hunting eggs in the straw. (Barb McKay photo)

Knights move on

Guelph gets the Soo

The London Knights celebrate Victor Mete's second period goal last night (Sunday) in Kitchener during Game 6 of their opening round OHL playoff series. The Knights advanced with a 5-0 win and will now play Erie, while the Guelph Storm will face the Erie Otters. For more, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)

Young guns

Wyatt Sheppard carries the puck out of traffic during the senior tyke hockey game that officially opened the 39th annual Kincardine Erie Belle OldStars hockey tournament. The tykes were treated to hot dogs and pop by the OldStars in the hall following the gmae. (Josh Howald photo)

Feeding the flock

The kitchen at the Kincardine Baptist Church was bustling with activity Thursday evening as volunteers cooked up a complete Community Meal. Dinners are served to the public in the church hall on the last Thursday of each month. From left are Judith Bond, Norma Kempers, Pat Newman and Nancy Craig. (Barb McKay photo)