The Blyth Centre for the Arts held its annual general meeting late last week, and the Blyth Festival posted a surplus of over $51,000, according to General Manager Rachael King.
With a win and a loss over the weekend, the Wingham Ironmen remain in third place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League, with just one game left on the calendar for 2022.
Members of the Blyth Brussels Crusaders have just a handful of games left before they bid farewell to 2022 and welcome 2023 with open arms.
Ty Sebastian of Brussels is one of three finalists for the International Softball Congress Canada East 2022 Player of the Year Award.
This Saturday, the Blyth Brussels U13 Local League Crusaders will be heading to Hanover to take part in the annual one-day Canadian Tire Cup Tournament.
The Huron Heat girls' hockey season continues, with its U11B squad finding success in the Guelph Winter Classic tournament, which ran from Dec. 8-11.
Team Canada, including Ty Sebastian of Brussels and Tyler Pauli of Seaforth, returned from the World Softball Championships last week with silver medals.
The Wingham Ironmen continued their winning ways over the weekend, topping their opponents in both contests and hanging on to third place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League with 31 points on the season.
On Sunday, the community came together in Seaforth to celebrate Maranda Klaver's Ontario Queen of the Furrow win, a crown she claimed earlier this year at the International Plowing Match held near Kemptville.
After nearly 40 years working for local municipalities and nearly 30 years as a firefighter, North Huron, Morris-Turnberry and Huron East Fire Chief Marty Bedard is retiring.
Nineteen-year-old Justin Morrison of Brussels has returned to office in Huron East, via acclamation in October's election. As one of the youngest councillors in the province - if not, the youngest - Morrison says he's excited for the four-year term ahead.
The Wingham Ironmen have moved into a tie for third place in the North Pollock Division of the Provincial Junior Hockey League after posting two wins over the weekend.
Team Canada has earned a silver medal at the World Baseball Softball Confederation's Men's Softball World Cup in Auckland, New Zealand over the weekend.
Bidding for the Blyth Festival 10x10 Art Auction has now closed and the expenses have been paid, resulting in nearly $12,000 being raised for the Festival.
The Blyth Festival is returning in 2023 with one of its most ambitious seasons ever, including seven productions at both Memorial Hall and the outdoor Harvest Stage.
The Goderich Lions Club, along with a number of other community-minded groups and individuals, have started the Huron Newcomer Fund to help people find their footing in the county.
'Tis the season for Santa Claus parades and the communities of Wingham and Seaforth hosted their celebrations over the weekend. Above, North Huron Council members put in a little face time with the parade's eponymous man in red...
Team Canada, which includes local players Ty Sebastian of Brussels and Tyler Pauli of Seaforth, has had an impressive start at the Men's Softball World Championships in New Zealand.
Last week, the Dave Mounsey Memorial Fund crossed a notable threshold, donating its 150th defibrillator, dating back to the organization's first donation in October of 2009 at Blyth's Memorial Community Hall.
The holidays are quickly approaching and in Huron County that means it's time for Santa Claus parades. Over the weekend, Jolly Old St. Nick made his way to both Seaforth and Wingham.
The Huron County Plowmen's Association will be holding a special open house at the Seaforth Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion on Dec. 11 to honour Maranda Klaver being crowned the Ontario Queen of the Furrow...
On Wednesday afternoon, Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Mayor Glen McNeil was acclaimed to a second two-year term as Huron County Warden.
North Huron Township Council will be considering increasing its base honorarium and per-meeting pay for council members at its Oct. 3 meeting, as well as considering a cost of living adjustment to be applied to remuneration every year.