Bruce Horak's Assassinating Thomson is unlike any theatre experience I've had before. Secretly, I wondered if this would be the case when we here at The Citizen began writing stories about it and we weren't even 100 per cent sure what to expect.
This is the last call for nominations for this year's Citizen of the Year Awards, with nominations set to close on Sept. 30. Very few nominations have been filed up to this point, so the more names submitted, the better.
The Huron County Fastball League has now entered the second round of its year-end playoffs, with the Brussels Tigers and Walton Brewers both advancing to the semi-finals.
Beloved by Blyth Festival audiences for plays like Stag and Doe and The New Canadian Curling Club, Mark Crawford has crafted his own ode to the truth with Chase the Ace.
For a few hours over the weekend, it was almost like the COVID-19 pandemic wasn't causing events to be cancelled as the sounds, sights and smells of the annual reunion of the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association returned to Blyth.
On Saturday, friends and family of the late Doug Scrimgeour gathered on the Greenway Trail, a passion project of his, to remember the life of a man who was constantly helping out his community.
The 2021 Blyth Community Market was a success, according to organizer Reece Sparling, thanks to it featuring significantly more than just goods for purchase.
After significant discussion, including community members arguing whether the term "Gypsy" is racist or not, North Huron Township Council took no action during its Monday night meeting as a result of the request
In 2017, Huron County, specifically Walton, played host to the 100th International Plowing Match (IPM) and the leaders of that event aimed to leave something behind for the youth of the region for years to come.
This Saturday, the Huron Pioneer Thresher and Hobby Association will host an event unlike any the organization has hosted before, but it represents the continuation of a legacy that has been part of the fabric of Huron County for generations.
The Belgrave Community Centre Board is hosting a drive-thru turkey meal on Oct. 6 in place of its annual fowl supper, which routinely feeds 1,000 people at once at the Belgrave Community Centre.
With Labour Day now in the rear-view mirror, the summer is winding down and the Huron County Fastball League is working to find its best team.
Huron County Council has approved the addition of a planning manager to the Huron County Planning and Development Department in response to a rapidly increasing workload.
Four of the five federal candidates vying for the title of Huron-Bruce MP debated the issues of the day last week, as the Huron and Bruce County Federations of Agriculture hosted a joint all-candidates meeting.
The Huron County Slo-Pitch League hosted a tournament at local baseball diamonds over the weekend and organizers expect it has raised approximately $5,000 for local charities.
Café Daughter, the second play in the 2021 Blyth Festival season, brings a uniquely Canadian story to the stage and the show plays well on the Festival's outdoor Harvest Stage.
The family, friends and community of Huron County is coming together to help Dungannon-area resident Cassandra Rivett with her dialysis expenses after she was diagnosed with Berger's disease.
World-renowned artist and Brussels native Janet Cardiff recently reunited one of her early portraits with the family of its subject after a deep dive in the attic of her childhood home.
With Café Daughter opening on the Blyth Festival's Harvest Stage, the 2021 Festival season is well underway thanks to the new outdoor space, and it's been a success so far says Blyth Festival Artistic Director Gil Garratt.
Alex Dault will be helping bring a very unique theatre experience to the members of the Blyth Festival's annual Young Company program, featuring virtual reality (VR).
Peter Bailey, an actor with a longstanding relationship with the Blyth Festival, is now writing a new play, destined for the Festival with a unique connection to the community.
Marie Beath Badian, who has a long and varied history with the Blyth Festival, will be revisiting the world of her wildly successful Prairie Nurse with The Waltz, the second in what will be a trilogy of shows in that universe.
Joelle Peters, a promising young playwright from Toronto, will be bringing her creation, Niish, to the Blyth Festival in the coming years as one of the many playwrights who has been commissioned by the Festival in recent years.
Joan MacLeod is one of Canada's most well-known playwrights and her first play, Jewel, will be part of the Blyth Festival's inaugural season on the Harvest Stage. Jewel will be the final show of the season, opening on Wednesday, Sept. 22.