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Ripley Wolves clinch semi-final series

Photo by Pauline Kerr

Harp and Whistle reunion a huge success

Doherty grandchildren Ella, Callum and Lily Klimaszewski helped out Tara-Leigh Klimaszewski, Chrissy Doherty and Colleen Libiec at the registration table for the Harp and Whistle Reunion dance held March 15 at the Kincardine Centre for the Arts. All proceeds from the event were donated to support the 2019 Scottish Festival and Highland Games, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year. (Tammy Schneider photo)


Major Fire in downtown Kincardine

A major fire in downtown Kincardine had Queen St. between Harbour and Lambton streets closed off for much of the day Monday, March 11.  The buildings housing West Shore Clothing, Becker Shoes and private apartments sustained significant damage. Trucks and firefighters from a number of local fire departments were on scene, as was EMS and OPP. Further details were not available at press time. (Tammy Schneider photo)


photo by Tammy Schneider

The BDO Customer Service Award was presented by Sarah Polley to Kincardine Dentistry, who were represented by (centre) Dr. and Gail Walden, Dr. Sana Umar and Kristi Lamont at the Kincardine and District Chamber of Commerce 2019 Achievement Awards Gala.

Bulldogs down three to Ironmen


By Doug Kennedy


The Bulldogs dropped both game this past week to the Wingham Ironmen.


The Ironmen continue to dominate on the power play, scoring six power play goals in three games. Wingham won game two in Kincardine 5-2. Jordan Caskenette and Mike Fiegehen scored for the Bulldogs. Assists went to Logan Frieburger (two), Logan Swanton and Fiegehen.


Last Friday night in Wingham, the Bulldogs lost 5-1. Keegan Angel got the lone goal from Fiegehen to break the shutout. Craig Luinstra took the loss in net in both games.


Game four was to be held Sunday night in Kincardine but was snowed out and will now be played at the Davidson Centre on Friday night at 8:25 p.m.

Heroes and villians at the library!


The Kincardine library had a special visit from the caped crusader to help promote activities themed around heroes and villains and scheduled during March Break. Michaela Posthumus and Lillian Abbott display the Batman poster that has been used in all of the Bruce County library branches. (Tammy Schneider photo)

Family fun at the Ripley Winter Carnival


Michael Meakes with daughters Michelle, 4, and Sophia, 8, have a visit a horse following a sleigh ride during the Ripley Winter Carnival on Saturday. (Barb McKay photo)



Skaters Brooke Thomas and Rosie Laidler display gold medals won at the Special Olympics provincial games in Sault Ste. Marie in February. (Tammy Schneider photo)

Ready to strike


The cold weather didn’t bother Trillium Court Retirement home resident Kathryn Cooper, who enjoyed a game of indoor bowling with friends during last week’s stormy weather. (Tammy Schneider photo)

We love books!


Dani Cornfield and Kyla Finlayson participated in a story journey reading event on Jan. 19, hosted by the Kincardine library to mark Literacy Day. The free event included a story told to children as they strolled through the library and participated in fun activities relating to the story. (Tammy Schneider photo)