It was a terrific day for hockey at the Lucknow and District Sports Complex on Saturday, Feb. 11 as local and surrounding communities came together to support the 10th edition...
After a successful week with two wins over the division-leading Mount Forest Patriots, the Wingham Ironmen fell in both of their weekend contests, scoring just one goal over both games.
Huron County Council has voted to undertake a service review as the county, like many of its lower-tier municipalities, faces a challenging budget year and the potential for a large tax levy increase.
It's been a long time coming, but Lucknow-based photographer Hannah Dickie is still very excited to showcase her work at the Blyth Festival Art Gallery this summer after the COVID-19 pandemic forced multiple postponements to the...
North Huron Council has been met with an absolute mountain of correspondence, largely from users of the Blyth and District Community Centre, amid fears council may decide to close the centre, either seasonally or altogether.
Central Huron Council is continuing on its budget deliberation journey with its second budget meeting, examining a number of departmental budgets.
This weekend, the U15 Rep Blyth Brussels Crusaders will be heading to St. Marys for the annual St. Marys Rock Tournament, while the U9 team will be in Hanover for the Canadian Tire Cup Tournament.
With 41 points in the season, the Wingham Ironmen are still in fourth place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after a pair of wins over the weekend.
The weekend's return of wintry weather did not keep members of the Brussels Agricultural Society away from their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Sunday, Jan. 29 at the Brussels Legion.
The Blyth Business Improvement Area met in vacant commercial space at 402 Queen Street in Blyth on Thursday, Jan. 26, after being displaced from its usual meeting room in the community centre due to a suspected clerical error.
Morris-Turnberry Council is facing a unique challenge as the municipality enters the early stages of 2023 budget deliberations: how to best make use of $1.5 million of profit...
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...