Carl Stevenson, President of the Blyth Festival Art Gallery Committee, is busy preparing the first full lineup of professional art shows since the COVID-19 pandemic forced the organization to temporarily abandon traditional practices.
With playoffs on the horizon (and already underway for some Huron Heat teams), the Blyth Brussels Crusaders have been keeping busy on local ice.
The Wingham Ironmen split their weekend games again and, as a result, they remain in fourth place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League, widening the gulf between the top three teams...
Two Huron Heat teams have already begun their playoffs, with the U15 C Heat registering a win in their first playoff game and the U11 C team losing their opening playoff game.
The Brussels Optimist Club has selected Huron and Area Search And Rescue (HASAR) as the charitable organization that will benefit from the club's upcoming Spring Dinner and Auction.
This weekend, the U9 HL White Huron Heat team will travel to Belmont for the annual Belmont Blazers Tournament. On Friday, Jan. 20, they have two games scheduled against Bluewater Hawks teams.
This weekend, the Blyth and Brussels Crusaders will play host to plenty of visiting teams in both Blyth and Brussels as January nears its end.
The Wingham Ironmen remain in fourth place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after splitting their weekend games.
The Citizen has a brand new reporter to help cover the local beat. Scott Stephenson is ecstatic to join the news team at North Huron Publishing and to cover stories that matter to local residents of Huron County and beyond.
North Huron Council is facing a proposed property tax increase of over 20 per cent, leading to some drastic potential cuts, including closure of the Blyth and District Community Centre over the summer months...
Sports teams, cultural associations, and community groups in North Huron are on edge after a Jan. 12 budget meeting proposal recommended possible cuts to recreation.
The Blyth Brussels Crusaders teams have a busy week ahead, with many of them travelling to tournaments this weekend.
The Wingham Ironmen had a disappointing return to action over the weekend, losing to the Kincardine Bulldogs and the lowly Goderich Flyers, both of whom are below the Ironmen in the standings.
Over Christmas, Jamie Mitchell and John Groves of Brussels came to the aid of an infant in need of emergency surgery and provided potentially life-saving transportation as members of Huron and Area Search and Rescue (HASAR).
The Huron County budget process began last week and Treasurer Michael Blumhagen has proposed a $5,733,057 levy increase, representing a 12.46 per cent year-over-year increase.
Huron County residents had their work cut out for them after days of blizzard-like conditions with heavy winds and relentless snowfall over the holidays.
Several Huron Area Search and Rescue (HASAR) volunteers put on their superhero capes over the holidays as the area was battered by relentless snowfall and high winds, closing roads and stranding many in place for several days.
The Huron Heat are back in action after an unscheduled break over the holidays due to the heavy snowfall and blizzard conditions throughout the county.
Amber Leis, who lives between Brussels and Ethel, found herself in distress on Christmas Eve, suffering an allergic reaction. With roads closed and impassable, she was saved by way of epi-pen by off-duty paramedic Emily Boyer and her husband Steve
Blyth's Pat Bolen has seen 10 years of work, stops and starts and creativity come to fruition with the self-publishing of his first children's book, entitled In My Sandbox.
Christmas for Huron Chapel Evangelical Missionary Church Pastor Mike Stanley has changed a lot from when he was a child to now, but it's always been, at its core, about Christ and family.
Brussels' Ty Sebastian is ready to answer a lot of questions about his trip to New Zealand at his family Christmas celebrations this year, fitting that in with other usual activities.