In just under a year and a half, the brainchild of Blyth s Doug Scrimgeour has resulted in an estimated over $15 million worth of used fire and emergency medical services (EMS) equipment being repurposed to Mexico.
The Brussels Lions recently celebrated the group s 70th anniversary special and The Citizen helped out with this look at where the group has been, where it is and where it is going.
Very often the life of Ernie Phillips from just north of Blyth ran on an annual cycle, coinciding with a number of different seasons.
Two days a week, three people get together at the Shears to You Fibre Pros mill, just south of Palmerston, and work to grow the alpaca industry.
The Baird family from north of Wingham have a lot of reasons to be proud of the fruits of their labours as Baird s Maitland River Jolie, a Clydesdale born and bred by the family, brought home several impressive accolades.
There are few families more steeped in the agricultural history of Huron County than the Cardiffs of Grey Township, now in the Municipality of Huron East and Morris Township of Morris-Turnberry.
For an organization even older than the country it s in, the Brussels Agricultural Society doesn t have the chance to make history often, but it did earlier this year. When Matt Cardiff was officially elected the society s president...
Part of the announcement of the Cowbell Brewing Company was that an on-site farm would be providing ingredients not only for the beer to be brewed there but for the food on the menu of the on-site brew pub.
After years of planning, research and development, the wheels of Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company are now officially in motion with a plan to construct a craft brewery in Blyth at the southeast corner of London Road and County Road 25.
Blyth Cowbell Brewing Company presented the details of one of the most ambitious projects the village has seen in recent memory on Thursday night at a special invitation-only event.
On Friday, the Ontario Community Newspapers Association (OCNA) announced that The Citizen has been nominated in two of the highest categories in its circulation class.
Work is underway on the Blyth Festival project The Fighting 61st, but those involved with the play will tell you that they ve just begun to scratch the surface.
The articles I write for Auburn news I like the most are when I get to write about people. This week I m writing about one of my favourite people, Auburn resident and friend, Joel Scott.
The East Street Station in Goderich has had new life breathed into it once more as FauxPop Media has bought the structure and is looking to turn the site into a cultural and creative hub in the community.
After being closed by the Avon Maitland District School Board several years ago, the former Brussels Public School is having life breathed into it once again in the form of the Brussels Old Colony Christian Mennonite School.
Earlier this year, Chief Petty Officer Second Class Mark A. Bearss CD2 retired from active duty after 34 years of service.
The Blyth native, who now makes his home on the east coast, put pen to paper and recounted some of his experiences...
Blyth architect John Rutledge is in the midst of working on two high-profile heritage projects one in London and another on the Six Nations Reserve near Caledonia.
The Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey Association (BBMHA), along with Leslie Motors of Wingham and the Huron County Beef Producers, pulled out all the stops to raise money for the association over the weekend.
Driving by the container home Brent Hillier of Hillier Contracting Inc., is building in Bayfield, I see two cars, two cyclists and one truck driver slow down to take a look.
It was a very sad day for the members and friends of Duff s United Church, in Walton as the final service was held and the membership in the United Church of Canada was closed.
Duff s United Church in Walton will have its final service on Sept. 27, marking the end of 150 years of United (or its predeceasing churches) worship in the area.