Winthrop-area farmer Don Dodds recently marked 60 years as a volunteer with the 4-H program, having been a leader for numerous groups, including the 4-H Swine Club, which he has been a part of since 1960.
Steven Del Duca, the leader of the Ontario Liberal Party, visited Huron County last week to discuss the issues facing the area and listen to local farmers.
Huron County Council has opted to maintain the status quo on the controversial AG4 (Agriculture -- Small Holding) zoning designation, saying any concerns should be managed by the Nutrient Management Act.
This November's Rural Talks to Rural (R2R) conference, organized by the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity, will be moving ahead virtually and organizers are asking for participation from across the country.
Morgan Deitner from north of Brussels has taken over the Brussels Agricultural Society's annual Little and Junior Ambassador programs, hoping to use her connections with local youth to bolster the program for years to come.
The 2017 International Plowing Match (IPM) Legacy Fund continues to have an impact on the community with seven scholarships being handed out over the weekend.
The Huron Perth Junior Farmers are raising money for local food banks by way of the Huron County Pork Producers and Perth County Pork Producers through the "Who Let the Hogs Out?" fundraiser.
Sunday's Brussels Fall Fair parade has been heralded as a success by organizers thanks to robust attendance and approximately 80 floats taking part from all over the region.
One of the most consistent aspects of a Brussels Fall Fair since 1959 has been an appearance by Don McNeil's famous parade car.
Sean Mitchell will be staying on as the Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador for another year after being named 2019/2020 ambassador in August of 2019.
Right now, the Brussels Agricultural Society's Brussels Fall Fair Ambassador program is being led by four women who know a thing or two about being in the position.
In the long and storied history of the Brussels Fall Fair -- which will extend to 160 years with next year's fair -- one of the most memorable events has to be the 2017 fair, which was held at the International Plowing Match (IPM).
Zoellyn Onn could not have predicted that when she took on the presidency of the Brussels Agricultural Society that she would oversee the near-unprecedented decision to cancel the year's Brussels Fall Fair.
While the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association couldn't officially go ahead this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers and reunion regulars took matters into their own hands
For the past several years, Blyth's Herman Mooy has shown how potatoes used to be harvested as part of the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association.
While awards won't be handed out this year, with the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association cancelled, there are still competitors to be recognized who would have had their vehicles featured in this year's show.
For over 30 years Gary Courtney has been responsible for what diners call one of the most delicious and memorable meals at the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association.
After the successful construction and grand opening of the new Memorial Building in 2016, it has since become a full-fledged member of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association's inventory of structures, hosting can't-miss exhibits...
Francois Latour, sometimes known as the Threshing King, made good on his drive to reclaim the Guinness Book of World Records title for having the most threshing machines operating together in one location on Aug. 11 of 2019...
After years of anticipation, the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association has made significant progress on its antique cider press with plans to unveil it next year.
The 10 years between the first father/son Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association presidential duo of Henry (2006) and Peter Hendriks (2016) marked a lot of changes for the organization.
The Twilight Serenaders have been a staple of the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association for over 15 years and this dedicated group of volunteer musicians has become a must-see attraction for many who attend year after year
Judy Sloan is the third woman to serve as president of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association. She and her husband Jim are also the second couple to both serve as president of the organization, following in the footsteps of Wayne and Bea Houston
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