After triumphing in Mitchell earlier this month, the Brussels Tigers are Huron County Fastball League champions for the fifth consecutive year and the sixth time in the last seven years.
Maranda Klaver has joined an elite group of women in Huron County who have worn the Queen of the Furrow sash for both the county and the province, winning the provincial title late last week at the International Plowing Match (IPM).
As the country recognizes National Truth and Reconciliation Day, The Citizen turned to Blyth Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt, who has worked closely with First Nations representatives since becoming the Festival's Artistic Director...
In the Grey Ward of Huron East, the only ward with a councillor race for this October's municipal election, the candidates gathered at the Ethel Hall on Monday night to debate the issues and share their platforms with voters.
The Wingham Ironmen have some ground to make up after dropping three of their first four games of the season, including their home opener last Friday night.
Despite some inclement weather, the 100th Elementary School Fair in Belgrave went well, according to organizing board President Margaret Vincent.
The Huron Multicultural Festival in Goderich on Sunday was a rousing success, with plenty of international music and cuisine to impress just about anyone.
Belgrave native Austin Chaffe won a Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Award over the weekend for his work with several different Canadian country groups and artists.
Former Goderich Mayor John Grace was memorialized on Saturday with performances, a special presentation and a parade, shown above.
Last Friday, Brussels native Tim Harrison was one of 38 Canadians honoured by federal Governor General Mary Simon with a Medal of Bravery.
More than 90 people gathered at Camp Klahanie, just south of Goderich, last week to welcome Ukrainian families who have moved to Huron County.
With the exception of a quick downpour on Saturday, even the weather helped the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association return to its annual reunion after two years of modified events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Huron County Fastball League regular season action officially wrapped up over the weekend and it's the Belmore Stingers that sit atop the standings with a record of 16-4 and 32 points.
North Huron Township Council decided review its facilities during its Monday night meeting after being told it needed to look ahead and prepare to renovate its sites for full accessibility, with some needing it sooner than others.
The Blyth Festival's last show of the season officially opened over the weekend, bringing some big voices, great music and larger-than-life characters to the Harvest Stage in a wonderful return to form.
The Belmore Stingers defended their top-of-the-chart position in the Huron County Fastball League, climbing to a record of 15 wins and three losses over the past week with two games remaining on the schedule.
It's September again, which means it's time for the Terry Fox Run in Brussels. The run is set for Sunday, Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with four- and eight-kilometre courses throughout the village.
This year, the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association is back, hosting its first full reunion in three years after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the organization to cancel reunions in both 2020 and 2021.
Despite having to rely on organic foot traffic, rather than Blyth Festival audience members at Memorial Hall, the Blyth Festival Art Gallery is having a great year.
At this year's Huron County Plowing Match, the organizers of the 2017 International Plowing Match (IPM) in Walton carried on a legacy that has been in place since 2019, handing out scholarships to worthy local recipients.
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Township Council has taken another step towards implementing its proposed development charges bylaw, which will help fund growth through new development.
After a very successful introduction in 2020, the Blyth Festival 10x10 Art Sale is back this year, with bidding to open on Nov. 1 in an effort to raise money for the Festival.
Following in the footsteps of her sister and keeping up the plowing tradition in her family, Jillian Shortreed was crowned the Princess at the Huron County Plowing Match last week.