The Blyth Brussels Minor Hockey Association is moving ahead with a 2020/2021 season this winter, but it will look unlike any previous season due to changes driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.
North Huron Council received a presentation from local skateboarding business owner Connor Brooks regarding constructing a new skate park in Blyth, but deferred any action on the issue.
The impact of the COVID-l9 outbreak has created a unique situation that is still evolving. The Western Ontario Athletic Association (WOAA) continues to work with its senior hockey committee and participating senior hockey teams to prepare...
The Clinton Raceway held its annual Drivers' Challenge on Sunday, the raceway's final day of action for its truncated season. With physical distancing, screening and hand hygiene protocols in place...
Ninety-six-year-old Charlie Procter of Morris-Turnberry has put over 400 kilometres on his stationary bike in the last month and has raised over $1,300 to fight childhood cancer through the Great Cycle Challenge.
Blyth's Culture Shock, an extreme sports apparel and equipment company in Blyth created by Connor Brooks and Joe Pizzati, is more than just a business to the two young entrepreneurs behind it, it's a means to an end.
Team Cottrill, comprised of Shawn and Katie Cottrill of Belgrave, hosted its second annual "Hack" and Whack scramble fundraising golf tournament over the weekend and Katie says the event was a big success.
After months of waiting, the Blyth Brussels Atom Rep squad was finally able to celebrate being named Ontario Minor Hockey Association (OMHA) co-champions after their postseason drive was cut short by COVID-19.
After a successful year in the Huron County Fastball League, the Brussels Tigers nearly captured the International Softball Congress (ISC) Canada East Qualifier - Ontario Challenge Cup over the weekend.
The Goderich Junior C Flyers, a squad that is drawing heavily on communities in central and northern Huron, started off its pre-season with two victories over the Kincardine Bulldogs, who finished third last year.
As part of its celebration of Mental Health Awareness Week earlier this month, Hullett Central Public School held a special pep rally, followed by volleyball games between staff and students.
F.E. Madill School s track and field squad of 33 athletes competed at the Huron Perth championships held at St. Anne s Seco
Huron Christian School held its annual track and field day on Friday, inviting all students to strut their stuff on the track in their pursuit to be stronger, run faster and jump higher than their fellow classmates.
After 11 years of skiing, seven of those as a world-class biathlete, Huron County native Erin Yungblut is hanging up her skis and rifle and moving into the next phase of her life.
As I sat through the most recent North Huron Council meeting, I wondered about the shelf life of a political promise. Apparently, in North Huron, it s less than a year if many campaign promises are to be believed.
Athletes on the F.E. Madill School s track and field team began their season with a competition at an early bird meet at St. James Secondary School in Guelph last week.
Blyth s Carla Pawitch earned two gold Ultimate Fitness Events (UFE) medals and one bronze over the weekend in Cobourg, but her professional card still eludes her.
After taking a trip to the west coast last year, the Matthew Dinning Memorial Cup made its way back to Wingham during the 13th annual tournament last week.
Huron East Councillor and Brussels Leo Club leader Zoellyn Onn says the recently-reinvigorated youth club has some lofty ambitions for the coming years with hopes of refurbishing the village s playgrounds.
The Huron Heat Midget BB squad, one of two Heat teams in the year-end provincial tournament over the weekend, were named Ontario champions, finishing off a great season.
Seaforth took on The Docks in the Matthew Huether Memorial Tournament held on Friday and Saturday in Seaforth. The event, held to benefit the Trillium Gift of Life Network, was the first tournament held in Huether s name
Sheldon Kennedy, an internationally-recognized advocate of violence and abuse awareness programs, was able to reach dozens of people on Friday thanks to a Rural Response for Healthy Children event in Goderich.
Despite great optimism going into the tournament, Shawn and Katie Cottrill failed to make the finals of the 2019 Mixed Doubles Curling Championships held last week.