Kincardine U11 C team qualifies for All-Ontarios as WOAA finalists! Coaching staff, from left: Corey McCrae, Mike Caravaggio, Keith Malhotra, Brad Knight, Evan Cohoon. Back row: Andrew Page, Lincoln Coutts, … Continue reading Kincardine U11 C team qualifies for All-Ontarios as WOAA finalists →
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Laura MacIntyre, of Kincardine, recently took home $19,324.50 through Catch the Ace. Her ticket was drawn on Wednesday, March 31 in a virtual draw on Facebook. “I just started crying,” she said. One of her sister’s friends had called her, and her sister was quick to call Laura to let her know the big news. […]
Mayor Anne Eadie announced her resignation during a virtual council meeting on Wednesday, April 7. The news came as a surprise to members of council as well as the community. She offered no reasoning, but read from a prepared letter to express how much she has enjoyed her time and to thank her fellow council […]
The first Presbyterian Church in the Lucknow community was South Kinloss, which was built in 1856 on the east side of Bruce County Road about a mile and a half north of Lucknow. Murdoch MacKenzie heard that someone was planning to buy the land on Conc. 2 in order to build a tavern where the […]