THE SHOW: Celebrating 150 Episodes! The Show  with David Burrows #150

THE SHOW: Celebrating 150 Episodes!

An extra special edition. Episode #150 A behind the scenes look at “The Show”. Glenn MacKinnon and Adam miner take over “The Show” for this episode in order to ask David many personal questions about “The Show” A special dedication to the late “Ron Eckerman” and special footage of his last known interview with David. […]

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‘The Show’ celebrates its 150th episode this week burrows david

‘The Show’ celebrates its 150th episode this week

It’s been a long run for David Burrows but his weekly review of local entertainment is still going strong. Indeed, “The Show” is hitting a notable milestone this week with its 150th episode. The video program, which can be seen on LambtonShield.com every week (it goes online at 9 a.m. Wednesdays), began as an expression […]

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Kyrou and Vendramin lift the Sting past the Spitfires 4-2 Ryan Vendramin celebrates a goal

Kyrou and Vendramin lift the Sting past the Spitfires 4-2

By JON MAILLET Jordan Kyrou and Ryan Vendramin each score a pair as the Sting finished the preseason with a 4-2 win over the Windsor Spitfires Friday. The Sarnia Sting doubled up on the Windsor Spitfires in a solid 4-2 win, while the powerplay did not connect on six chances, they played a very disciplined […]

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Rotary Club hosting Art in the Park at Mike Weir Park on Saturday art in park BG 2013

Rotary Club hosting Art in the Park at Mike Weir Park on Saturday

A popular annual event—Art in the Park—is set for tomorrow (Saturday, September 13) in Mike Weir Park in Bright’s Grove. The event, which will feature more than 100  displays from artisans and craft makers, is expected to draw hundreds of people. It runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Members of the Rotary Club of […]

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Sarnia

Police reach out to public for help in search for wanted individual

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The Sarnia Police Service and its Criminal Investigation Branch are reaching out to the public for their assistance in locating an individual who is accused of some 36 charges ranging from Break and Enter, Mischief, Theft, Stolen Motor Vehicles, and Possession of Firearms. Cody Price, 25, is described as 5-foot, 10 inches tall, about 150 […]

Sep 19, 2014 10:21

Lambton County

United Way campaign is going full steam with Day of Caring on Tuesday

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By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton Tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16) is Campaign Kickoff day with the Day of Caring. As a result of employee kickoff BBQs last week at Styrolution, all four NOVA Chemicals sites, Imperial Oil, and Cabot, plus a steady flow of contributions from retirees, I’m pleased to report that […]

Sep 15, 2014 10:28

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

THE SHOW: Celebrating 150 Episodes!

The Show  with David Burrows #150

An extra special edition. Episode #150 A behind the scenes look at “The Show”. Glenn MacKinnon and Adam miner take over “The Show” for this episode in order to ask David many personal questions about “The Show” A special dedication to the late “Ron Eckerman” and special footage of his last known interview with David. […]

Sep 19, 2014 3:43

Sports

Cornel Felder gets first GOJHL win in debut

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By JON MAILLET Legionnaires hold on to win 3-2 at home to London in Cornel Felder’s GOJHL debut and improve to 3-0-0 on the season. Felder turned away 22 shots in the win, a game he held the Nationals scoreless for two periods. “It was a really good entertaining game for the fans, London has […]

Sep 19, 2014 10:10

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THE SHOW: Celebrating 150 Episodes!

The Show  with David Burrows #150

An extra special edition. Episode #150 A behind the scenes look at “The Show”. Glenn MacKinnon and Adam miner take over “The Show” for this episode in order to ask David many personal questions about “The Show” A special dedication to the late “Ron Eckerman” and special footage of his last known interview with David. […]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #148

The Show with David Burrows #148

The Entertainment Scene: Sarnia Greekfest 2014. Ann Stirling shares information about Greekfest and a special musical guest! www.sarniagreekfest.com In The Community: Paul Maedel shares his love and passion for the game of pool! Apps with Mark Russell: Mark shares his knowledge and informaton about “NETFLIX” A special announcement about “THE SHOW” and how you can participate […]

Police reach out to public for help in search for wanted individual

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The Sarnia Police Service and its Criminal Investigation Branch are reaching out to the public for their assistance in locating an individual who is accused of some 36 charges ranging from Break and Enter, Mischief, Theft, Stolen Motor Vehicles, and Possession of Firearms. Cody Price, 25, is described as 5-foot, 10 inches tall, about 150 […]

Cornel Felder gets first GOJHL win in debut

legionnaires

By JON MAILLET Legionnaires hold on to win 3-2 at home to London in Cornel Felder’s GOJHL debut and improve to 3-0-0 on the season. Felder turned away 22 shots in the win, a game he held the Nationals scoreless for two periods. “It was a really good entertaining game for the fans, London has […]

Sarnia Police respond to two separate break-ins overnight

While Sarnia Police are continuing to investigate two separate break-ins in the City last night, one at 2:30 a.m. at pharmacy in the 800 block of Exmouth, another at 4 a.m. at doctor’s office in the 300 block of Exmouth, so far it cannot be confirmed that the events are connected. Sarnia Police say the […]

Fairwinds Lodge to participate in upcoming ‘Active Aging Week’

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Fairwinds Lodge, a senior retirement residence in Sarnia, is celebrating Active Aging Week (Sept. 21-27) with a range of activities designed to celebrate adults ages 50 and older as fully participating members of society and promote the benefits of leading an active, healthier lifestyle. Kerry Belliveau, who works as community relations director at Fairwinds Lodge, […]

Man with BB handgun arrested, charged after real weapons found in his home

Reports of a “suspicious” male armed with a handgun and wearing camouflage gear in the area of the Howard Watson Nature Trail and Highway 402 on Sunday (September 14) afternoon (about 1 p.m.) lead Sarnia Police to lock down the area, including the closing of the highway (with assistance from the OPP). Sarnia Police subsequently […]

New sirens to be tested Tuesday during installation

Testing for new sirens north of Wellington Street in Sarnia will be done tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16), outside the normal weekly times testing takes place. The testing will include sirens and public address messages as part of the installation. The City of Sarnia is doing the work with  support from Community Awareness Emergency Response, an […]

Sarnia Police has 115 calls for service over weekend

Sarnia Police Service responded to 115 calls for service over the past weekend.  Officers also conducted 15 traffic stops for various traffic violations.  The 115 calls include: 5 – 911 Hang-ups 6 – Alarm calls 7 – Disturb the peace calls 9 – Domestic / Family Disturbance calls 8 – Noise complaints 3 – Motor […]

‘The Show’ celebrates its 150th episode this week

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It’s been a long run for David Burrows but his weekly review of local entertainment is still going strong. Indeed, “The Show” is hitting a notable milestone this week with its 150th episode. The video program, which can be seen on LambtonShield.com every week (it goes online at 9 a.m. Wednesdays), began as an expression […]

United Way campaign is going full steam with Day of Caring on Tuesday

unitedway

By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton Tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16) is Campaign Kickoff day with the Day of Caring. As a result of employee kickoff BBQs last week at Styrolution, all four NOVA Chemicals sites, Imperial Oil, and Cabot, plus a steady flow of contributions from retirees, I’m pleased to report that […]