The Lynn Valley Lions are regrouping after Norfolk council this week denied their plan to serve hot meals at the south-east corner of Highway 24 and Highway 6 south of Simcoe during next month’s Friday the 13th motorcycle event. At left is club president Ingrid Coppens while at right is treasurer Jeff Sidway. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Lions event deemed too risky

The Lynn Valley Lions are working on Plan B after the county this week shot down their project for next month’s Friday the 13th motorcycle rally in Po

Misner Dam in Port Dover. (File photo)

Norfolk mayor fumes over letter

Norfolk Mayor Charlie Luke has requested a meeting with Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Toby Barrett now that the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change

Peter Khill and wife Melinda Benko leave court in Hamilton where he is on trial for second-degree murder in the shooting death of Jon Styres of Oshweken. (Postmedia Network)

'I felt I was being threatened'

HAMILTON -- A homeowner's assertion that his training as a military reservist prompted him to head outside into the frigid darkness and shoot dead a S

Dan and Shelley McKenzie of Waterford have a major cleanup on their hands after an EF-2 tornado last week toppled nearly 20 mature spruce trees. MONTE SONNENBERG / SIMCOE REFORMER

Tornado worse than thought

The longer Environment Canada studies last week’s storm that passed through Norfolk and Haldimand, the worse it gets.

Bishop Ronald Fabbro (centre) celebrates a mass Sunday for all Catholic churches in Norfolk County held at Holy Trinity Catholic High School in Simcoe. SUSAN GAMBLE/Postmedia news

Mass for the masses

A celebration for all Catholic churches in Norfolk County attracted about 900 people Sunday to Simcoe’s Holy Trinity Catholic High School.