By the time you read this, Jurjen Weerman from the Lucknow area will be on his way to the west coast of Canada, days away from beginning his cross-country cycling trek to raise money for two area hospitals.
Sunday was a day for celebrations all around. Of course, in Canada, we marked the unofficial start of the summer with the beautiful weather of the Victoria Day long weekend, but in Clinton there was another reason to be excited.
Brussels Minor Ball kicked off its season with its annual ball clinics last week.
It was a balmy evening in early May - on a well-groomed zen garden of an infield, baseline paint still drying, fine and crisp - that the U11 Blyth Gritty's girls softball team welcomed Canadian Olympic softball player, Alison Bradley, to their practice.
Wednesday, April 26 marked the 15th annual Matthew Dinning Memorial Rugby Tournament at Wingham's F.E. Madill Secondary School.
After a promising first year of offering soccer to the young people of Blyth at Blyth Lions Park, the Blyth Kids Club is expanding with offerings for everyone, making daily use of the Blyth and District Community Centre.
The local girls' hockey season wrapped up over the weekend, as the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) held its provincial championships in the Toronto area, welcoming six Huron Heat teams...
A bit of play has continued for several Huron Heat teams in recent days as they work towards the Ontario Women's Hockey Association (OWHA) Championships in the Toronto area next weekend.
The season is over for the Wingham Ironmen after a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the Patriots in Mount Forest in game seven of their second-round, best-of-seven series on Monday night.
This past week was a big one at the Wingham Golf and Curling Club, as it played host to the Provincial Elementary School Curling Championship from March 30 to April 2.
The Blyth Brussels U15 Rep Crusaders made it to the quarterfinals of the Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) Championships over the weekend in Barrie - an impressive showing and a heartbreaking end to a successful season for the team.
As the 2022/2023 hockey season winds down, several Huron Heat teams will find themselves in some late-season action as the calendar flips from March to April.
The Wingham Ironmen are now tied two games each in their best-of-seven series with the Mount Forest Patriots, with game five set to go ahead Friday, March 31 in Mount Forest.
The Blyth Brussels U15 Rep Crusaders are onto the next chapter of their Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship journey after a series victory over the Hanover Falcons.
On March 25, a remarkable milestone was celebrated as the 1997-1998 Blyth Bulldogs U15 and U18 hockey teams gathered to mark the 25th anniversary of their respective Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) championship wins.
The U18 BB Huron Heat team will be taking on the Ancaster Avalanche this Saturday in Clinton as their playoff journey continues after posting a 2-2 tie with the Oakville Hornets over the weekend.
The Brussels Curling Club finished the year of curling on March 13.
Friday night was one to remember for the Wingham Ironmen as they defeated the Kincardine Bulldogs to punch their ticket to the second round of the playoffs
The U15 Rep Blyth Brussels Crusaders are continuing their playoff run, which hasn't seen them lose since March 6, one of just two losses (the other was an overtime loss to the Walkerton Capitals on Feb. 21) during the entire postseason.