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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)


Flying high

Sarah Durnin, 4, gives the ride a little help getting elevated at the Ripley Fall Fair’s midway Friday night. (Kiel Edge photo)

Checking it out

Poultry judge Michael Becker takes a closer look at one of the birds in competition Saturday morning at the Ripley Fall Fair. (Kiel Edge photo)

Home sweet home!

Mike Rutherford celebrates a Steve Crone goal early in the second period of Kincardine’s home opener Friday night at the Davidson Centre. The goal gave Kincardine a 3-0 lead and stood up as the eventual game winner as the Bulldogs defeated Mitchell 8-2. (Josh Howald photo)

Foxy fundraisers

Two youths raise more than $700 for cancer

Christine Benney, left, and Maddie Duncan raised $711.50 for this year’s Terry Fox Run. The Grade 6 students were Huron Heights’ top fundraisers. The girls were just two of more than 250 students that walked in the school’s Terry Fox walk on Friday. The event raised more than $1,300 for cancer research. (Josh Howald photo)


Good catch

Dane Griffith shows off his 12 pound Chinook salmon that he caught last Wednesday monring at the end of the north pier. (Eric Howald photo)

Small Crease

Kincardine defenceman Derek Regier, right, checks in with goaltender Drew Pedrum after he was driven into him by a Fergus forward during the third period of Saturday night's game at the Davidson Centre. Regier had a goal, while Pedrum stopped all shots sent his way as Kincardine beat Fergus 3-0.

Yes you Can!

Karyn Semple shows off her summer's work, 20 painted garbage canse, stacked at Connaught Parkk last week. This is Semple's second year painting cans for the municipality. She was paid $75 per can. The program is supported by a $2,000 grant from the municipality.

A walk in the park

Alexis Whitwoth, 8, and her Boston Terrier, Oreo, brave the wet weather to walk in the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Friends for Life Walk-a-thon Sunday morning.


Jonathan Caldecott, 11, puts all his effort into tossing a bale of hay during the afternoon activities at SaturdayÆs Fall Fair. Hay bale rolling and throwing were among the many activities in Connaught Park.