Long-time Blyth Fire Chief Paul Josling will be honoured this May by the Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund, an organization with which he had been intimately involved since its inception until the time of his death.
Bryan Morton is passionate about old barns. In fact, according to family lore, he was almost born in one. More than half a century later, Bryan is combining his love of agricultural history and a desire to give back to his community by building Four Winds
As is her annual tradition, Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson recently handed out her Remarkable Citizen awards at a special event in Teeswater. Several locals were honoured for their contributions to their communities.
Joey Scrimgeour put his best foot forward when he played with Huron FC over two years and, as a result, head coach Edwin Saraccini has signed him to the London Athletic Canadian FC Active Development Soccer Program.
The Brussels Agricultural Society is in a position to donate $2,000 to the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre for capital improvements thanks to its involvement with the International Plowing Match (IPM) last September.
Brussels Fire Department Captain Donald Hastings, left, was honoured by the federal government late last month with a 20-year Fire Services Exemplary Service Medal. Hastings was presented with the prestigious honour by Huron East Fire Chief Marty Bedard
In response to the announcement that the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) Branch will close later this year, a group of concerned citizens has started a petition urging the corporation to change its mind.
Within the next few weeks, Household Games will release Way of the Passive Fist on all major game platforms. It has been a labour of love for the team, which includes Blyth native Orie Falconer who designed the game s music and sound effects.
With feedback from community stakeholders, Natural Interest, a fledgling company hoping to provide investment solutions for sustainable farming in Ontario, has some momentum behind it after a special event held in Blyth last week.
Brussels-area resident Elaine Armstrong was named the Citizen of the Year recipient for Brussels in 2017. She received her commemorative plaque on Sunday during a service at Melville Presbyterian Church in Brussels
Londesborough native and Canadian Premier Junior Hockey League (CPJHL) Seaforth Generals player Ethan Scrimgeour recently got the call to compete at the 2017-2018 Western States Hockey League Shootout Showcase in Las Vegas.
The Fire Department of North Huron is in a major state of flux after last night s staff meeting, which saw Deputy-Chiefs Matt Townsend and Chad Kregar and eight captains resign and the rest of the department walk out.
John and Heather Steffler, parents of Tanner Steffler who died as the result of a drug overdose earlier this year, are hoping to shine a light on the lack of resources for those embroiled in drug addiction in Huron County.
The Londesborough Lions, represented by Ralph deWeerd, left, received $1,000 from Transfigured Town Inc. for the club s efforts in running parking at the Festival of Wizardry last month. (Denny Scott photo)
The committee behind the International Plowing Match (IPM) faced a very difficult decision due to the isolated rain incident that flooded the grounds of the tented city on Tuesday: whether Tented City should remain open or not.
The Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre played host to nearly 700 guests on Friday night with the Celebration of Excellence banquet the culmination of days of hard work connected to the International Plowing Match (IPM) in Walton.
Team Cowbell, a collection of cyclists sponsored by Blyth Cowbell Brewing Co., recently completed the MS Bike tour from Grand Bend to London and back, all in an effort to raise money to help battle multiple sclerosis.
The Huron Residential Hospice may have some ground to break and an addition to construct before it s operational, but, with the support of Huron County Council through the Warden s annual Golf Tournament last week, it is closer to reality.
The worlds of literature, film and theatre crossed paths Friday night at Blyth Memorial Hall when the Alive Munro Festival of the Short Story presented a viewing of author and filmmaker Michael Ondaajte s The Clinton Special.
A group of 16 current students and recent graduates from F.E. Madill Secondary School, along with teachers and some chaperones, recently visited Europe as part of the 100th anniversary of the battle of Vimy Ridge in France.
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.