Photo Gallery

Oh, Pu

London Knights forward Clifford Pu reacts to Sean Durzi's overtime goal that gave the Owen Sound Attack a 4-3 win last Sunday afternoon in London. (Josh Howald photo)


Painting and awareness

Jaylynn Wolfe, 0, replicates a painting by Metis artist Jaime Black who started the REDress Project to raise awareness of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. A total of 25 people attended the painting event, held at the Holiday Inn in Kincardine. The event was led by First Nation artist Moses Lunham of Kettle and Stoney Point. (Barb McKay photo)


'Dogs roll over Barons

Jesse Carnahan of the Kincardine Bulldogs skates away after standing up Hanover forward Jordan Reaman Thursday night. For the full story, see this week's sports section. (Josh Howald photo)


Getting their kicks

Jen Rauket of the blue team races to beat Jen Styles to the ball at the Bruce Power soccer tournament held at the Bruce Ave soccer fields on Saturday in support of the United Way of Grey-Bruce. (Barb McKay photo)


Thanks!

It was easy to be thankful for where we live Sunday evening at the Lake Huron shoreline. All kinds of people were out to enjoy another gorgeous sunset (Josh Howald photo)


Fun at the Tiverton Fair

Lily Anne Cowie, 8, has fun with bubbles at the Tiverton Fall Fair. For a full page of photos from this year`s fair, don`t miss this week`s print edition of The Kincardine Independent. (Josh Howald photo)


Demo day

Demolition crews took down the building at the corner of Queen St. and Durham Market Square Thursday afternoon. The building was originally the Farley Lumber and Planing Mill and has stood there since 1919. The property will be developed by Keith Battler. (Josh Howald photo)


Knights in Hanover today

Rob McGregor on the hill for Kincardine District Secondary School duing an 11-0 win over JDSS of Hanover last week at Connaught Park. The Knights were in Hanover today (Thursday) to play in the BAA South Division playoffs. It was orgiinally slated to be played yesterday, but was postponed by rain. The BAA finals are next week in Flesherton. (Josh Howald photo)


Parading through Ripley

Brett McDonell was one of several youngsters to take part in the Ripley Fall Fair parade Saturday morning. A huge crowd turned out to watch the parade. For a full page of photos from this year's Ripley Fall Fair, don't miss this week's print edition of The Kicnardine Independent. (Barb McKay photo)


Tennis?

Work is finally underway at the Kincardine Tennis Courts. (Josh Howald photo)