The Rookies took the men s top spot and the Ontario Steel squad (OSS) took the ladies top spot at the annual adult broomball tournament hosted at The Blyth and District Community Centre over the weekend.
On Jan. 11 the Central Huron Secondary School (C.H.S.S.) boys hockey team took on their hometown adversaries from St. Anne s Catholic Secondary School at the Central Huron Community Complex. St. Anne s walked away with a convincing 8-0 win.
Two local families are among several throughout the community providing a home for exchange students looking to experience everything Canada, including the frigid temperatures that have been sweeping through the area over the past couple months.
With a support structure now firmly in place, Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company has named Genny Smith the Director of the company s Greener Pastures Community Fund. Smith will be responsible for administering the charitable funds.
North Huron Councillor Bill Knott and Blyth resident Chris Patterson brought their efforts to have traffic controls placed at the intersection of County Road 4 and County Road 25 to Morris-Turnberry Council as the municipality borders on the affected road
The East Wawanosh 150th celebration, like the municipality s 100th and 125th celebrations before it, will feature a beard-growing competition that kicked off on Dec. 31 with committee member and North Huron Reeve Neil Vincent shaving down to his face.
North Huron Township Council has approved a letter of support for Councillor Bill Knott s petition to have immediate action taken to address traffic concerns at County Roads 4 and 25 in the form of traffic lights.
Huron County Council has authorized a memorandum of understanding with Regional Touriism Organization 4 (RTO 4) to work together on the county s tourism and marketing strategy, focusing on three key projects, including one in Blyth.
Rachael King, a native of Fordwich, has been hired as the Blyth Festival s new general manager. Although already hard at work in her new capacity, King will officially begin her time in Blyth on Jan. 3, 2017.
Jean Davidson was recognzied for her efforts throughout the community, including her membership in the Brussels Lions Club, by being named the Brussels Citizen of the Year by a panel of former winners.
Team Canada brought home dozens of accolades from the recent International Dance Organization (IDO) World Ballet, Modern and Jazz Dance Competition in Wetzlar, Germany, including some hardware for Walton-area dancer Teegan McGavin.
The Grant and Mildred Sparling Centre, home of the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity (CCRC), took its next major step towards completion with the Blyth Arts and Cultural Initiative 14 19 Inc. securing an architect for the site.
It s all so big for such small animals. Visually, that s the first impression one has when touring the new 300-by-98-foot dairy goat barn with a 20-by-40-foot hallway joining the new and old barns together at Par-Chier Farms, just north of Blyth...
Emily Morrison, newly-hired by Huron County to help market the 2017 International Plowing March (IPM), has opted to focus her attention, and hopefully the attention of others, on the community s great farm families.
With the International Plowing Match of 2016 wrapping up in Wellington County near Harriston, it was a milestone moment in Walton on Friday as 10 shipping containers arrived and unloaded at the home farm of Jack Ryan, near Walton.
The Fire Department of North Huron (FDNH) recognized two firefighters for 20 years of service each, saw several members promoted to Captain and welcomed its fourth recruit class since its inception in a special ceremony on Oct. 13.
The Brussels Medical Dental Centre welcomed Dr. Bradley Ross with a special ceremony on Oct. 13. Ross had opened his practice at the centre on Oct. 4 before the ceremony during which he was welcomed by the municipality and others.
In an International Plowing Match (IPM) version of the passing of the torch, dirt was brought from this year s match in Harriston in Wellington County to Brussels and Huron County, near the site of next year s match in Walton.
Walton native and University of Guelph student Sean Mitchell has a lot to be celebrating this month. Not only is the first-year student pursuing his dream of studying civil and environmental engineering, but, thanks to his efforts in the community...
In just under a year and a half, the brainchild of Blyth s Doug Scrimgeour has resulted in an estimated over $15 million worth of used fire and emergency medical services (EMS) equipment being repurposed to Mexico.
Earlier this year Huron Chapel was approached by Ryerson University in Toronto to participate in the Halo Project. This particular component of the Halo Project wanted to measure the fiscal impact and value rural churches were having locally.