With little discussion or controversy, Huron East Council voted to fly the Pride flag at its municipal office and declare June as Pride Month.
By the time you read this, Jurjen Weerman from the Lucknow area will be on his way to the west coast of Canada, days away from beginning his cross-country cycling trek to raise money for two area hospitals.
On Wednesday, May 17, Victim Services Huron hosted a public unveiling of three commemorative benches at the Brussels Library.
Sunday was a day for celebrations all around. Of course, in Canada, we marked the unofficial start of the summer with the beautiful weather of the Victoria Day long weekend, but in Clinton there was another reason to be excited.
Dr. Wayne Caldwell, arguably the province's foremost expert in rural planning policy, is concerned that Premier Doug Ford's proposed changes to the Provincial Policy Statement could negatively impact communities like Huron County for generations...
Monday night marked an auspicious occasion for Goderich's burgeoning film industry, with cult filmmaker Matt Johnson returning to town for a special screening of his new film BlackBerry.
Meeting Place Organic Farm celebrated Mother's Day with its annual Open House and Seedling Sale - a family-friendly, two-day event that has finally returned after a three-year absence.
For over 20 years, Doug Dietrich has been the man behind the music for the Barn Dance Campout and Jamboree in Blyth, serving as its musical director since 2000. As a result, he has a mind full of memories about the event that has meant so much to him...
If the Barn Dance had a Mount Rushmore, it's hard to believe that Tommy Hunter wouldn't be one of the four faces carved into its granite.
Bill Simmermaker has been the chair for the Blyth Barn Dance Campout and Jamboree for over 20 years. It was a position he took on and simply never left.
In 1996, Canadian theatre legend Paul Thompson gathered a cast for a collective creation that would become Barndance Live! at the Blyth Festival, based on the Barn Dance programs of the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s
Musical legend Larry Mercey will be gracing the Barn Dance Jamboree and Campout stage in Blyth for one last time this year - the end of a remarkable run in which Mercey was one of the most consistent performers at the annual pilgrimage for...
The Barn Dance Campout and Jamboree in Blyth simply wouldn't be what it is without "The Voice of the Barn Dance" Jim Swan, who has emceed all but one of the events over its 25-year history in the village.
Since 1997, The Barn Dance Historical Society and Entertainment Museum has been honouring those who have meant so much to the music amplified by the Barn Dance with Pioneer, Building and Heritage Awards.
The Citizen was more than glad to meet Barn Dance boy turned Jamboree man Grant Heywood to hear a little first-hand history about being a member of the musical Heywood family, led by Earl Heywood, Canada's Number One Singing Cowboy.
Country music lovers all over Huron County are gearing up for the return of the annual Barn Dance Jamboree/Campout in Blyth, to be held at the Blyth and District Community Centre and Campground...
More flag-based controversy cropped up at Monday night's North Huron Council meeting, as Reeve Paul Heffer appeared to speak out against a bylaw that council had voted in favour of two years ago and recently upheld.
The Majestic Women's Institute (WI) met on May 10 at 9 a.m. in front of Brussels Library to head out on the mystery tour.
The Citizen first came across Wingham-based Aljon "Jon" Castro on the popular social media platform TikTok (@Itsjoncastro) - his high-energy, unabashedly pro-snow videos stand out for their positive attitude on almost every subject.
The Brussels Optimist Club was the recipient of a life-saving defibrillator from the Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund in conjunction with last Sunday's Run Around the Square event in Goderich.
Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Council narrowly approved a request to fly the Pride flag in June at its most recent meeting.
The Seaforth Optimists Club hosted a rubber duck race at the Seaforth Lions Park and Pool on Saturday, raising $1,400 in support of local youths.
There was a lively session of Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Township Council on Tuesday, May 16, as members of the public shared their concerns about possible expansions to aggregate mining operations in ACW.
The Rutabaga Festival is back after a successful return in 2022 for a scaled back event set for Saturday, June 3 in Blyth.