News from around St. Marys.

Swedish Kubb Champions crowned on ‘Super Kubb Sunday’

Last Sunday was a beautiful day for Swedish Kubb at the Zurbrigg Ranch as 10 teams competed for the 4th annual St. Marys Swedish Kubb League (“SMSKL”) championship. Above, Top row from left: Jeff Bramham, Mike Morning, Jeremy Brock, Scott Lobb, Dan Goodson, Clint Mock, Jamie McFadden, Rob Shrubsole, Scott Jackson, Jeff Buckland, Chris Connolly,…

Good news for clinic

Lab services are back A release sent on behalf of Mary Cardinal, Vice President People and Chief Quality Executive. HPHA, said that “there is good news for St. Marys”. The release continues that “for those who have not heard, The Happy Valley Family Health Team has made arrangements with Life Labs to provide a community…

Longest serving gas station to close

The gas station at St. Marys Ford, which has been in operation for close to 100 years, will cease operations on Friday, September 27th. Kipp Edwards explained to the Independent that, as part of the licence renewal which was to come into effect October 1st, both the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) and Esso…

Free Agents, Snappers win playoff titles Saturday

In St. Marys Ladies Slow Pitch League’s year-end tournament The Free Agents capped off a great 2019 season by going undefeated and winning the ‘A’ Division championship on Saturday.  The event was the annual St. Marys Ladies Slow Pitch League’s year-end playoff tournament. Eleven league teams took part. The six ‘A’ Division teams played their…

Lincs post convincing wins over Bombers, Meteors

St. Marys starts 2-0 at GOJHL Showcase Weekend in Pelham By Pat Payton PELHAM – Mission accomplished! St. Marys Lincolns set a team goal to go 2-0 this past weekend here at the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League’s annual Showcase. And Lincs did just that with convincing victories over Brampton Bombers and Fort Erie Meteors. …

Two St. Marys natives now with Junior ‘A’ Attack

Lincolns sign new 16-year-old defenceman Brayden Hislop By Pat Payton Last week, defenceman Sam Sedley, 16, signed a Standard Player Agreement with the Ontario Hockey League’s Owen Sound Attack. “Sedley stood out all week long in training camp,” Owen Sound GM Dale DeGray stated on the Attack website recently. “He played the same game he…