Several months after Green's Meat Market, based in Wingham, burned to the ground, the family-run abattoir is in the midst of rebuilding. The family's determination to carry on after a devastating fire is a testament to its resiliency.
With some significant changes to the event from previous years, the Canadian Centre for Rural Creativity (CCRC) Rural talks to Rural (R2R) 2020 event went well according to CCRC Director Peter Smith.
By the time this newspaper has been published, Huron County Council will have elected a new warden, but at its Nov. 25 meeting, council celebrated Central Huron Mayor Jim Ginn, who has held the position for the past four years.
The CKNX Relief Truck Christmas Campaign benefitting the North Huron Community Food Share and the Huron County Distribution Centre received got a big boost on Monday from local service clubs.
Huron County has released the draft terms of reference for the upgrade of the intersection of County Roads 4 and 25, and the intersection of County Road 83 and Airport line near Exeter.
Members of the Brussels Leo Club were busy last Friday decorating the village's conservation area for the holidays. The club's efforts were aided by Huron East public works staff, who helped to brighten up the area for the weeks ahead.
Perth County continues to see a significant spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases, with the vast majority of 30 new cases across Huron and Perth being reported there.
Despite not having an active agreement with their North Huron counterparts, Morris-Turnberry council members have voted to pay for their residents' use of North Huron facilities.
The Blyth Community Betterment Group is moving ahead with a Hometown Holiday Weekend-like celebration, but without the Santa Claus parade residents have enjoyed in recent years.
Barry and Sherry were a happy retired couple just enjoying their everyday life. Without warning, Sherry fell in the kitchen, breaking her wrist.
North Huron Township Council has approved a resident survey to determine whether the municipality should extend its childcare services to Blyth.
In place of the community's traditional Santa Claus parade, organizers have turned to the Brussels Christmas Experience, which includes a number of safe holiday events next month.
Annie Sparling of Blyth won the Goderich Signal-Star Community Impact Award last week, handed out virtually this year by the Huron Chamber of Commerce of Goderich, Central and North Huron through its annual Spirit of Success Awards.
The Brussels Four Winds Barn's management wanted to continue with some activities of the holiday season and hosted a Christmas market and photos with Santa over the weekend, benefitting the Huron County Christmas Bureau.
The late Bob Kellington has been posthumously named this year's Citizen of the Year Award winner for Brussels and the surrounding community.
Branches of the Royal Canadian Legion marked Remembrance Day last week, but it will be a year many members will never forget due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite directing staff to investigate dissolution of the ward system at its last meeting, Central Huron Council has called off that project, opting to retain the ward system through the 2022 municipal election.
New cannabis-related concerns have arisen in Vanastra, according to Huron East Councillor Ray Chartrand, who says a second operation has sprung up against local regulations.
The Blyth Festival is requesting that pass holders for the cancelled 2020 season reach out to the organization to either seek a refund or donate the value of those passes to the Festival.
Winthrop-area farmer Don Dodds recently marked 60 years as a volunteer with the 4-H program, having been a leader for numerous groups, including the 4-H Swine Club, which he has been a part of since 1960.
North Huron Council is considering getting involved with the Huron Perth Public Health (HPPH) team's harm reduction and safe disposal option program, asking for a staff report on placing a safe disposal site for sharps