Photo Gallery

Bottle drive

Kincardine Beaver Mattew Bushell, 6, holds a box of cans ready for collection during Saturday's Scouts bottle drive in the Foodland parking lot. (Kiel Edge photo)


Fishing for the big one

Rebecca and Benjamin Moriano from Paisley hope to catch the big one Saturday at the Tiverton Fall Fair. (Peter Braul photo)


Fair queen crowned

New Tiverton Fair ambassador Carly Hunter sits pretty during Saturday's fair parade. (Peter Braul photo)


Choo-choo Charlie

Charlie Kempers is on track for a great day at the Tiverton Fall Fair. (Peter Braul photo)


Left all alone

Hanover goaltender Tyler Felstead didn't get much help from his teammates Saturday night as the Kincardine Bulldogs pounded the Hanover Barons 7-1. Here, Joel Alton and a teammate make life difficult for Felstead. (Josh Howald photo)


Leader of the pack

Jennelle Smeltzer, a Grade 3 Ripley District School student, runs the last leg of the Tyke Girls race at the annual Elementary School Cross-Country Meet at Ainsdale Friday afternoon. Smeltzer won the race by a large margin. Finishing second was Bethany Wilken, also of Ripley School, who can be seen in the photo trailing Smeltzer. (Josh Howald photo)


Crashing the crease


Garbage pickers

St. Anthony's students clean up shore line

Bridget, in back, and Lauren Duinering were picking litter off the beach Wednesday evening as part of St. Anthony’s Coastal Clean-up project. The Catholic school holds the event in conjunction with a staff-student-parent barbecue each September. (Josh Howald photo)


New ambassador crowned

A new ambassador was crowned Friday night at the Ripley Fall Fair. Kim Hooey well represent Ripley for the next year


Up Close and Personal

Students at Kincardine Township-Tiverton Public School got up close and personal with a cow Wednesday afternoon. A pair of the animals were brought to the school as part of school milk day. In addition to the livestock,each student received a carton of milk. Rylee Evans, front, and Mackenna Johnston were among those who moved in for a closer look at the animals. (Kiel Edge photo)