Photo Gallery

Goodtimers Breakfast

The Tiverton Good Timers served up another delicious pancake breakfast to kick off Tiverton Winter Fest Saturday morning.  Lily and Dayne Freiburger were among those who enjoyed the meal at the Whitney Crawford Community Centre. (Kiel Edge photo)


Ripley's Mighty tykes

The Ripley Senior tykes are undefeated this season, winning eight consecutive games. The senior team, standing, was practicing with the Ripley junior tykes Wednesday afternoon. The senior team includes, back left, Nicholas Heneisch, Carson Rutledge, Kurtis Smeltzer, Jamie Thompson, Anna Splettstoesser, Kyle Smeltzer, Brooklyn Charette, Madeline Collins, Kennydi Nicholson and Ethan Colling. In front the junior tykes, from left, Payton Howald, Cole Snobelen, Halle Armstrong, Quinn Martin, Dawson McDonell, Parker Nicholson, Owen Bacon, Noah Cotton and Ty Pollard. Missing from the photo are Clayton Neyvette and Erick Hackney. (Josh Howald photo)

Fun in the snow

Elgin Market Public School's Sasha Ross concentrates on her snow creation during Thursday's Winter Fun Day. (Kiel Edge photo)


Colton Howatt smiles despite the cold weather during the tug-of-war event at Elgin Market's Winter Fun Day. A group of KDSS students organized a series of winter events for the elementary school's students to enjoy throughout the  day. (Kiel Edge photo)

Steady hand

Ethan Long of Huron Heights Public School takes a shot in the Knights of Columbus free throw competition for elementary schools held Sunday at KDSS. (Eric Howald photo)

Throwing stones

Dan Fry of the KDSS boys curling team leaves the hack last Wednesday afternoon at the Kincardine Curling Club. The Knights defeated Chesley District High School to remain undefeated, while the KDSS girls dropped a close decision to the Cougars. (Natasha Zettler photo)

Junior jumper

Phil Adler pulls up for a jumper during Bluewater Athletic Association junior boys basketball action Wednesday afternoon at the high school. Adler and the Knights beat Chesley in a one-sided affair. (Josh Howald photo)

Snowy smiles

Two-year-old Addyson Richards enjoyed Sunday's nicer weather with a snowing sled trip along with her mother, Kate. The pair were among many who visited the tobogganing hill near KDSS on the weekend. (Kiel Edge photo)

To 2009!

Kincardine mayor Larry Kraemer toasts 2009 along with five Legion members at the New Year's day levee at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 183, Kincardine. From left are Stewart Taylor of Hensall, Legion Zone C commander; Gord Wilkinson, Kraemer, Bob Forrest, Irv Kennedy and Red Larsen. (Eric Howald photo)

Christmas music

Guest soloist Emily Van Veghel belts out a number at the Kincardine Community Concert Band's fundraising concert in honour of Dr. Lou Tusz Wednesday evening at Knox Presbyterian Church in Kincardine. The other special guest was keyboard artist Scott Jacks, brother of band leader Mary Kloesterbooer. The evnt raised $1,642.60 for the Grey-Bruce Alzheimer's Society - people donated $1,427.60 and the sale of Jacks' CDs raised another $215. (Eric Howald photo)