The voice of Lucknow-raised singer Natalie Irwin has a tendency to cut through all the noise. One moment, you're catching up with friends on the patio at the Riverview Eatery
The deadline for Citizen of the Year Award nominations is rapidly approaching. Consider this your last call to nominate someone who has done tremendous work for their community in 2023...
Ladies slo-pitch has been going strong in the Brussels and Walton area for 30 years. Of course, many of the faces have changed, names have changed, teams have come and gone...
The 101st annual Elementary School Fair took place in Belgrave on Wednesday, Sept. 13 under skies that threatened rain, but did nothing to dampen the enthusiasm of those in attendance.
The Wingham Ironmen have started their season with a win and a loss after a busy opening weekend of play for the Provincial Junior Hockey League.
On Monday, Sept. 18, North Huron Council held a public meeting in regards to the proposed pre-zoning of an area located at 309 King Street in Blyth that is potentially going to be turned into a residential development.
The Citizen has won a gold and silver medal in this year's Canadian Community Newspaper Awards, handed out annually by News Media Canada.
The Brussels Tigers got hot at the right time, winning their final 10 games of the regular season, and stayed hot over the weekend, not giving up a single run in their undefeated run through the Huron County Fastball League's year-end tournament...
The Lucknow and District Fire Department received delivery of a new pumper truck on Monday, Sept. 11. The truck is a Spartan FC-94 manufactured by Dependable Emergency Vehicles in Brampton...
The Save Historic Ball's Bridge and Little Lakes Road community group is making a concerted effort to protect the unique piece of Huron County known as the Little Lakes area from the encroaching expansion of an aggregate mining operation.
The results are in for the 95th annual Huron County Plowing Match and plenty of locals have reason to be proud of their performance.
The games have been played and the scores submitted and it's the Brussels Tigers who have finished atop the Huron County Fastball League standings thanks to a 10-game winning streak to end the season.
A proposed $400 million energy storage project near Seaforth found little support from the more than 200 people who attended a public meeting at the Seaforth Agriplex last week.
North Huron Council received a delegation from Joe Gahan and Megan Lee-Gahan of the Blyth Kids Club at a regular meeting on Sept. 5. Gahan and Lee-Gahan requested council install community soccer fields at the Blyth Campground.
This past weekend, visitors to the Blyth Campground had a chance to travel back in time at the 62nd Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association (HPTHA) Reunion.
Last Saturday, Bill and Maxine Seers marked their 70th wedding anniversary, welcoming about 100 friends and family members to their Goderich home.
Jurjen Weerman of Lucknow completed his cross-country cycling adventure last week, reaching St. John's, Newfoundland just under 100 days after beginning in Jordan River, British Columbia.
This year's Terry Fox Run will be occurring across Canada on Sept. 17. Over 650 communities across Canada participate each year, and Wingham is proud to be one of them.
Andrew Moodie's much-anticipated stage show depicting the life of 19th-century inventor Elijah McCoy - The Real McCoy - opened at Blyth Memorial Hall last weekend, and audiences have been left impressed by the powerful new production.
The weekend of Aug. 24-26 was the 15th Music in the Fields (MitF) - the annual end-of-summer celebration that transforms the pastoral landscape of a field in Lucknow into a heady three-day melange of camping, country culture and music.
The Brussels Agricultural Society has three new representatives (though one has simply shifted from one position to another) after last week's special Ambassador night, held at the Brussels Legion.