Jacob Robinson, Simcoe Reformer

Jacob Robinson

Jacob Robinson is a multimedia journalist at the Simcoe Reformer and Delhi News-Record.

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Courtney Cridland of Valley Heights bumps the ball during the NSSAA senior semi-finals Tuesday at Holy Trinity. The Bears won the game 3-0 and will face Holy Trinity in Thursday's final. JACOB ROBINSON/SIMCOE REFORMER

Titans, Bears set to battle

The Valley Heights Bears will get the chance they’ve long coveted on Thursday night.

Shawn Cameron of Big Creek Calls at Saturday’s sportsman’s show and yard sale in Port Rowan. JACOB ROBINSON/SIMCOE REFORMER

The great outdoors

Saturday’s gathering at the Port Rowan Community Centre offered area anglers and hunters a break from the ordinary.

Simcoe Sabre Simon Storoschuk puts up a shot while being guarded by Holy Trinity's Parker Morris during the NSSAA senior basketball regular season finale Thursday. Storoschuk registered 19 points in a 64-63 overtime victory. JACOB ROBINSON/Simcoe Reformer

Sabres surge in overtime thriller

For the most important shot of the season, the Simcoe Sabres put their faith in Alex Forde and the big man delivered.

Mild winter not good for ice hut operators

When weather experts predicted Norfolk County – and Canada in general – would experience chilly temperatures this winter, Jim Granger got to work.

The Norfolk County Agricultural Society announced a new 'Memorial Recognition Award' to honour deceased volunteers who have contributed to the success of the Norfolk County Fair at their Annual General Meeting Saturday. Pictured, the family of honouree Martin Splinter – daughters Karen Clark and Lora Veres and (middle) wife Ruth Splinter. JACOB ROBINSON/SIMCOE REFORMER

Norfolk fair honours past contributors

The Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show not only has a bright financial future but recently developed a new way to honour its glorious past.

Alayna Fournier of St. Frances takes part in the Delhi-La Salette Knights of Columbus Council Free Throw Championship on Wednesday. Fournier, 12, won her second straight division title. JACOB ROBINSON/Simcoe Reformer

Local students step to the line

Stepping up to the free throw line in front of a jam- packed but silent gym isn't easy, Dylan Vanschalkwyn just made it look that way.

Members of the Trinity Anglican Trekkers, Judy Wilson and Anne Mitton took part in the Alzheimer Society of Haldimand-Norfolk Walk for Alzheimer's at the Simcoe Aud Thursday. The walk drew over 200 participants. JACOB ROBINSON/SIMCOE REFORMER

Norfolk walks for Alzheimer's

For the last two years, Noreen Whyte of Windham Centre has provided care to her spouse Frank Wheelihan.

Delhi forward Mattson Demarest fires a shot on net while Waterford defender Riley Matthews and goalie Gabe Alexander look on during Day 2 of the NSSAA boys hockey season in Simcoe Wednesday. Demarest registered the game-winner on the play as Delhi topped the Wolves 3-1. JACOB ROBINSON/SIMCOE REFORMER

Late game rally lifts Raiders

Right up until Wednesday's final buzzer, the NSSAA boys hockey season hasn't lacked for drama.

A group pushing for a skateboard and community park to be built in Delhi has reached a standstill. Though not giving up their cause, the small handful of community members are hoping others will join them in 2017. Canadian Ramp Company put this rendering together of what could be put in the park. Courtesy Canadian Ramp Company

Support needed for Delhi community park

The momentum that was once behind building a skateboard/community park in Delhi has waned, but the project is far from dead said one county official.