On Nov. 3, 2021, Blyth's John Stadelmann suffered a mini-stroke (formally known as a transient ischaemic attack, or TIA) and, much to his surprise, he soon found out that it wasn't the first.
On the final weekend in January, many local families came out to the "Winter on the Farm" event at the 5 Chicks and a Farmer farm.
Few things in life are quite so sweet as getting a free sample. So, when The Citizen learned that the Foodland in Brussels was hosting an event on Saturday, Jan. 27 called 'Samplefest,'
This weekend, the U11 Blyth Brussels Rep Crusaders will take part in the South Bruce Tournament in Mildmay, while the U18 LL team will be in Ripley for its annual U18 LL Tournament.
The Wingham Ironmen found strength in two straight home games over the weekend, first beating the Walkerton Capitals and then falling to the league-leading Hanover Barons in a game that needed overtime to find a winner.
For the past three years, the Maitland Valley Conservation Authority (MVCA) has been using new technology and innovative modeling techniques to create an accurate hazard map of a sizable section of Lake Huron's shoreline.
Huron County Beef Producers President Bob Bennett, at the organization's annual meeting in Brussels held on Jan. 17, said it's been another good year for the beef industry in Huron County.
The Brussels Agricultural Society convened for its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday, Jan. 19 at the Brussels, Morris and Grey Community Centre.
The U18 Rep Blyth Brussels Crusaders were on the road over the weekend to take part in the Twin Centre Frozen Classic, though they came home empty-handed.
The Wingham Ironmen lost both of their games over the weekend - first at home to the Mitchell Hawks by a score of 3-0 and then in Fergus to the Whalers by a score of 6-5 - after winning their make-up game with the Goderich Flyers last Wednesday...
All eight Blyth Junior Broomball teams made the trip to Mildmay over the weekend for its annual broomball tournament and half of them came back with gold medals around their necks.
The Well Community Collective is a community-driven Integrated Youth Service (IYS) initiative looking to improve the lives of rural youths across Huron, Perth, Grey and Bruce Counties.
The playoffs have begun for some Huron Heat teams and, for the U11 C Huron Heat, it has been a successful start.
After 59 years as a director with the Huron County Beef Producers, Neil Rintoul is retiring and the organization ensured that Rintoul's decades of service were appropriately recognized at its annual general meeting, held in Brussels last week.
Winter weather returned to the region, but blistering cold, accumulating snow and icy conditions couldn't stop Central Huron Secondary School (CHSS) from hosting its biannual hot breakfast buffet to show gratitude for supervisors and students involved...
This weekend, the U9 C Huron Heat team will take part in the annual Belmont Blazers tournament, beginning on Jan. 19 with games against the Ilderton Jets and Walkerton Capitals.
Last Thursday - Jan. 11 - at its first regular meeting of the new year, held at Blyth United Church, the Blyth Lions Club marked the 50th anniversary of Cheryl Cronin tickling the ivories for the club.
Blyth native, National Hockey League (NHL) veteran and Olympic bronze medalist Justin Peters has been named the goaltending coach for the Ottawa Senators.
North Huron's 2024 budget process continues to make headway. Nestled snugly in their shiny new chambers, council received the second draft of the budget from Director of Finance/Treasurer Chris Townes on Friday, Jan 12.
In his first draft of the budget, Huron County Treasurer Michael Blumhagen is proposing a 9.65 per cent year-over-year tax levy increase.
In food news, local cake queen Jess Miners-Bromley is moving onto the next round in The Greatest Baker Competition.
Last weekend, the U18 BB Huron Heat were in Sarnia to take part in the regional Silver Stick tournament, finding success, but ultimately falling short of the podium.