Central Huron Secondary School students pulled together for a food drive late last month, bringing in vehicle-loads full of food by canvassing the community.
Remembrance Day is a time to look back on those who made the ultimate sacrifice for Canada and the world, and volunteers working with the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery and Memorial are working to put faces to the names of those who made that sacrifice.
The Blyth Brussels U11 Rep Crusaders were 'B' finalists in the Ryan O'Reilly Youth Challenge Cup in Goderich over the weekend.
The U15 C Huron Heat squad fell short during the Grand River Mustangs Remembrance Day Classic over the weekend, being eliminated before the 'B' finals by the host team.
The Wingham Ironmen posted a tie and a loss over the weekend, holding on to fourth place with a three-point lead over the Kincardine Bulldogs.
At its Nov. 1 meeting, Huron East Council said goodbye to two councillors who chose not to seek re-election in the Oct. 24 municipal election: Zoellyn Onn in the Brussels Ward and Joe Steffler in the Seaforth Ward.
Ty Sebastian of Brussels has been named to Team Canada to take part in the Tradestaff World Baseball Softball Confederation Men's Softball World Cup in New Zealand later this month.
Huron East Council has struck a deal that will allow a new cannabis production facility to be built in Vanastra, just a few dozen metres from the Vanastra Curling Club.
Nov. 2 was 4-H Canada's Show Your 4-H Colours Day and, as is tradition, The Citizen wanted to mark the occasion by taking a closer look at one of the community's long-time 4-H volunteers.
Blyth's Grant Sparling, alongside his wife Kaylin, have created Canoe Candle Company, hand-pouring premium soy candles in Blyth.
On Wednesday morning, Huron County Warden and Ashfield-Colborne-Wawanosh (ACW) Mayor Glen McNeil announced that he will be seeking a second two-year term as the county's top politician.
Chris Michie, who was beaten by a single vote in the race to become a Morris-Turnberry Councillor, has officially requested a recount of the 2022 municipal election, which council decided to grant him.
Twenty students from Central Huron Secondary School in Clinton are participating in this year's 10x10 for 2022 Art Sale fundraiser for the Blyth Festival, and the pieces represent more than just the artists' ambitions.
After dropping both of their games on the Oct. 14-16 weekend, the Wingham Ironmen have stormed back, winning both of their games this past weekend.
The ballots have been tabulated and, in many cases, voters chose change around Huron County. As of press time, all of the election results have been classified as unofficial.
With another four days now in the history books, Peter Smith of the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity says the fourth Rural Talks to Rural conference succeeded in bringing rural residents together, which has always been its unofficial mission statement
The Clinton Radars are taking a one-year hiatus from the Western Ontario Athletics Association Senior Hockey League with Manager/Treasurer Brian Wightman saying that decision is due to a number of issues.
The Wingham Ironmen have just concluded a winless weekend, dropping contests to Kincardine on Friday and Mount Forest on Saturday.
After a years-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Huron County Art Show and Sale returned to the Huron County Museum, opening on Oct. 16 and set to run until December.
The fourth Rural Talks to Rural Conference started on Monday morning with several special guest speakers, including one woman whose work has had a profound impact on Huron County.
The Bluevale Community Hall was filled to capacity for the Morris-Turnberry all-candidates meeting on Oct. 13, despite the short notice.
Members of the Blyth Scouts troop, including all levels of the famous club, were pounding the pavement over the weekend selling apples as a fundraiser for the chapter.
Two residents took significant issue to the proposed United Way Perth-Huron Connection Centre proposed for St. Paul's Anglican Church in Wingham, citing community safety concerns.