Minister of Education and Huron-Bruce MPP Lisa Thompson visited Blyth Memorial Hall last Friday to announce funding for several initiatives in her riding through the Rural Economic Development (RED) grant program.
In the wake of the cancellation of the Festival of Wizardry going forward, companies and community groups are holding bills that Transfigured Town Inc. is not able to pay according to documents obtained by The Citizen.
This year s Citizen of the Year Award winners Carl Nesbitt for Blyth and its surrounding communities and Doug Sholdice for Brussels and its surrounding communities were celebrated last week at a special event held at Memorial Hall in Blyth.
Businesses in Blyth s downtown core may see some relief from the thrice-weekly scheduled snow removal schedule North Huron implemented several years ago, however the sentiment from the outgoing council was the suggested changes don t go far enough.
While Blyth s Carla Pawitch is generally pleased with her work at the Ultimate Fitness Event (UFE) World Championships in Toronto earlier this month, she failed to come back with her professional card a goal she d set for herself.
Current Huron County Warden Jim Ginn is seeking another two-year term in the county s top political position. Ginn will not be unopposed, however, as Bluewater Deputy-Mayor Jim Fergusson has also declared his intention to seek the position.
After a successful fashion show and week-long fundraising sale, Christine McGrath of Christine s Clothes Closet in Wingham reports that $3,600 was raised for the Wingham and District Hospital Foundation.
The Rural Talks to Rural (R2R) Conference, a production of the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity, looked to the past to tackle some very modern problems with the recreation of the old Farm Radio Forum.
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The Brussels Terry Fox Run was held on Sunday and the Bowles family were out to take part in the event. The event is co-hosted by the Brussels Lions Club and the Brussels Optimist Club. It raised over $6,600 this year
The Blyth Festival production of Wing Night at the Boot came to a close on Saturday afternoon with a matinee and with actor Daniel Roberts unable to perform in the final show of the run, Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt, left, filled in for him
Mitch Godkin, right, founder of Leadbury Bat Company near Walton, visited Central Huron Secondary School s varsity baseball team to talk about his business and the science of baseball before donating two of his professional-level bats to the team.
Lucas Townsend and Paul Dodds will be representing Huron County in competitive plowing for the next year after claiming victory in the Junior and Senior categories at the 91st annual Huron County Plowing Match.
After a full year as the Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador, Erin McMahon s duties in the position have drawn to a close after a performance at the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) that will make her hometown supporters proud.
Belgrave-area athlete Ryan Jacklin has continued to make his mark on the track and field community with two gold medals and one bronze medal win at the 2018 Royal Canadian Legion s National Youth Track and Field Championships.
The Brussels Tigers bested the Linwood Chiefs in a low-scoring 2-1 final game to win the A-A championshiop the Brussels squad s own 47th annual Men s Invitational Fastball Tournament to keep the top honours at home.
After a lengthy closed-to-the-public session on Monday night, North Huron Council approved three separate motions labelling the Emergency Services Training Centre (ESTC), south of Blyth, and the Blyth and East Wawanosh Public Works yards surplus
Terry Snell is currently cycling across Canada to raise both money and awareness for Alzheimer s Disease and other forms of dementia and last week he arrived in his hometown of Clinton to a hero s welcome.
The Blyth Lions hosted a special fundraiser for the Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey Association on Sunday with Olympian and Blyth native Justin Peters signing autographs and showing off some of his gear from the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics
While North Huron Council has oficially decided to go with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to provide service in Wingham, it s still possible it won t happen, which is making planning difficult for the municipality s police services board.
Last week, The Hullett Central Public School Advisory Council s (SAC) carnival fundraiser raised a total of $14,500, which will help install new playground equipment at the school by the end of this month.
The Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company-sponsored cycling team raised $8,250 for the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of Canada on Saturday thanks to 16 members cycling in place on their trainers for eight hours in the brewery s Threshers Hall on Saturday.
The Blyth Brussels Atom Rep Crusaders brought home the Western Ontario Athletics Aassociation (WOAA) championship last Thursday, besting Goderich 3-2 in overtime to take their series against the Sailors two games to one.
The committee behind last September s International Plowing Match (IPM) held its final all-chairs meeting last week and whether it was attendance figures, banding together in the face of adversity or donating money to local charities
He was wandering outside New Orleans pizza in Clinton when pizzeria owner, Judith Damsma, saw him. He had put his boots and a pair of socks on a picnic table and was walking around the parking lot wearing a rather worn pair of socks.
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.