Photo Gallery

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)


Fall weather?

Cleary Conant, 3, of Kincardine splashes in Lake Huron Monday afternoon at the north beach near the pavilion. Conant and her brother Cael were enjoying some late summer weather that also brought warm lake conditions. (Josh Howald photo)


Up and atoms

Talon Hope of the Walkerton atoms tries to stop this shot from the Kincardine atoms during an exhbition game last Friday evening at the Davidson Centre in Kincardine. This shot did go in, and the atoms defeated Walkerton 7-2 in this contest. (Josh Howald photo)


Knights host tourney

The Kincardine District Secondary School senior girls basketball team hosted a tournament last weekend. The Knights picked apart Goderich 54-18 in this Friday afternoon contest at the high school. (Barb McKay photo)


Radiothon

Larry Bannerman cooks up some hot dogs for the Kincardine Lions during the myFM Kincardine Foundation Radiothon at Trillium Court recently (Barb McKay photo)


Be aware of bears!

This black bear posed for Heather Boettinger to snap a great photo last week on Dawson Drive, where the bear had been into the garbage. A bear was also spotted, and photographed, by the McAlpine family in Lorne Beach.


Girls day out

This fun foursome was one of 16 teams that played in the Ladies Golf For Kids Sake at BlackHorse Golf Course last Saturday in support of Kincardine BBBS. The event raised more than $6,800. From left are Lynn Bradley, Linda MacTavish, Brenda Ackert and Janet Ritz. (Barb McKay photo)


Bulldogs open season Friday night

Wingham in town for home opener

By Josh Howald

The puck will drop Friday night in Kincardine as another Provincial Junior Hockey League season begins for the Nicol Insurance Kincardine Bulldogs.


Way up

The scaffolding is up and work is underway to refurbish the Kincardine lighthouse. The work includes repairs to and the repainting of the lantern and flat roof, as well as work to the existing siding and windows. The lighthouse is closed to the public until the project is complete, which is expected to be early Novermber. (Josh Howald photo)