The next reunion the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association will host will be its 60th anniversary event. The first reunion was held in September of 1962, and now, with the 2020 reunion cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
The Brussels Agricultural Society, in light of the cancellation of the annual Brussels Fall Fair, is hosting a parade and home and business decorating contest next weekend.
While some local spiritual leaders are either preparing to or have already started hosting worship in person, others have decided to play it safe and continue with online services as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on.
The Clinton Raceway held its annual Drivers' Challenge on Sunday, the raceway's final day of action for its truncated season. With physical distancing, screening and hand hygiene protocols in place...
Brussels-area home builder and owner of DJ Henry Homes and Renovations Devon Henry is now a certified passive house tradesperson with his accreditation coming all the way from Germany.
Honouring a tradition that began in 2011, a group of local residents on tractors will be touring the area to mark the weekend of the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association which has been cancelled due to COVID-19.
Maitside Orchards opened its Play and Learn Centre on the weekend and it will remain open on Saturdays from 1-5 p.m. every Saturday for September and October.
Cindy McKenna of Wild Goose Studio wants to help people express what wearing masks due to COVID-19 feels like to them and has started a competition to encourage people to participate.
Last month, members of the Huron Perth Junior Farmers congregated in Stratford for the group's annual roadside clean-up. The operation always takes place on a stretch of road from the Split Rail Country Store to the airport
It was an exciting night for members of the Huron Honey club on Aug. 10 as group members extracted their first batch of honey from the seven healthy hives established on Central Huron Mayor and Huron County Warden Jim Ginn's farm
Research from the University of Guelph shows how technology and data can be used to advance dairy management practices, and how these advancements can be used to support a movement towards precision dairy management.
Ninety-six-year-old Charlie Procter of Morris-Turnberry has put over 400 kilometres on his stationary bike in the last month and has raised over $1,300 to fight childhood cancer through the Great Cycle Challenge.
Blyth's Culture Shock, an extreme sports apparel and equipment company in Blyth created by Connor Brooks and Joe Pizzati, is more than just a business to the two young entrepreneurs behind it, it's a means to an end.
Emily van Leeuwen and Ryan Van Dorp, both of Blyth, claimed two of the 220 Tim Hortons Scholarships across Canada and the United States thanks to short essays they penned about what the iconic business means to them.
Even though the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association won't be going ahead this year due to COVID-19, that doesn't mean that the association is sitting idle.
While several sections of sidewalk have been installed by North Huron, as requested by the Blyth Business Improvement Area (BIA), some of the other safety requests just can't be met, according to BIA Chair David Sparling.
Three young Huron County women are now working to propel the vision of the Tanner Steffler Foundation forward under newly-named Executive Director Shannon McGavin.
With the most recent addition to the subdivision at the north end of Blyth, developer Gary Rutledge wanted to introduce something that doesn't exist in the area: a completely accessible rental unit designed for tenants who use wheelchairs.
Jolande Oudshoorn of Auburn has another award for her mantle as she is this year's recipient of the Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario (JFAO) Novice Outstanding Member Award for 2019.
Team Cottrill, comprised of Shawn and Katie Cottrill of Belgrave, hosted its second annual "Hack" and Whack scramble fundraising golf tournament over the weekend and Katie says the event was a big success.
After months of waiting, the Blyth Brussels Atom Rep squad was finally able to celebrate being named Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) co-champions after their postseason drive was cut short by COVID-19.