Want to stop smoking? Help is closer than you may think stop smoking

Want to stop smoking? Help is closer than you may think

If you want help to stop smoking, finding the encouragement and support you need may be as close as your community professional. “It makes sense,” said Marie Chaves, Health Promoter with Lambton Public Health. “Clients see community professionals every day seeking valuable and timely information for themselves and their families. If the client smokes, professionals […]

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County museum staff reaching out as preparations for oil heritage exhibit take shape oil museum

County museum staff reaching out as preparations for oil heritage exhibit take shape

The Oil Museum of Canada is calling on the community to contribute to an upcoming virtual exhibit, being developed by the museum and its community partners for the Virtual Museums of Canada.  The exhibit regarding “Canada’s foreign oil drillers” is scheduled to launch in the spring of 2015 and will tell the story of local […]

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Volunteers and donations wanted for local fruit share program tasty-fruits-wallpapers_28115_1600x1200

Volunteers and donations wanted for local fruit share program

The Sarnia-Lambton Fruit Share is looking for volunteer fruit pickers and fruit donations. The program consists of volunteers who head out and pick fruit across the county. Typically, a third of the fruit picked goes to the picker, another third to the property owner, and the final third to a local charitable organization. Pickers can […]

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Sarnia Sting planning tailgate celebration as part of its Opening Night against Barrie Colts sting sweaters

Sarnia Sting planning tailgate celebration as part of its Opening Night against Barrie Colts

The 20th Anniversary Season celebrations for the Sarnia Sting Hockey Club will kick off on Friday, October 3 with a tailgate party outside the RBC Centre in Sarnia. Beginning at 3:00 p.m., the tailgate party will feature live music, games/contests for all age groups, and a Molson beer tent. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m. on […]

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Sarnia

Volunteers and donations wanted for local fruit share program

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The Sarnia-Lambton Fruit Share is looking for volunteer fruit pickers and fruit donations. The program consists of volunteers who head out and pick fruit across the county. Typically, a third of the fruit picked goes to the picker, another third to the property owner, and the final third to a local charitable organization. Pickers can […]

Sep 20, 2014 13:57

Lambton County

Want to stop smoking? Help is closer than you may think

stop smoking

If you want help to stop smoking, finding the encouragement and support you need may be as close as your community professional. “It makes sense,” said Marie Chaves, Health Promoter with Lambton Public Health. “Clients see community professionals every day seeking valuable and timely information for themselves and their families. If the client smokes, professionals […]

Sep 20, 2014 15:26

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

OPINION: The real issue in the Ray Rice saga

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By JON MAILLET First off, yes…what Ray Rice did was certainly a terrible thing, it shouldn’t have happened, and hopefully won’t again. However, what the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens have done is far worse. No matter what you think of Ray Rice, he at least has accepted responsibility for his actions, has not tried […]

Sep 20, 2014 13:59

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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 […]

Want to stop smoking? Help is closer than you may think

stop smoking

If you want help to stop smoking, finding the encouragement and support you need may be as close as your community professional. “It makes sense,” said Marie Chaves, Health Promoter with Lambton Public Health. “Clients see community professionals every day seeking valuable and timely information for themselves and their families. If the client smokes, professionals […]

County museum staff reaching out as preparations for oil heritage exhibit take shape

oil museum

The Oil Museum of Canada is calling on the community to contribute to an upcoming virtual exhibit, being developed by the museum and its community partners for the Virtual Museums of Canada.  The exhibit regarding “Canada’s foreign oil drillers” is scheduled to launch in the spring of 2015 and will tell the story of local […]

OPINION: The real issue in the Ray Rice saga

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By JON MAILLET First off, yes…what Ray Rice did was certainly a terrible thing, it shouldn’t have happened, and hopefully won’t again. However, what the NFL and the Baltimore Ravens have done is far worse. No matter what you think of Ray Rice, he at least has accepted responsibility for his actions, has not tried […]

Volunteers and donations wanted for local fruit share program

tasty-fruits-wallpapers_28115_1600x1200

The Sarnia-Lambton Fruit Share is looking for volunteer fruit pickers and fruit donations. The program consists of volunteers who head out and pick fruit across the county. Typically, a third of the fruit picked goes to the picker, another third to the property owner, and the final third to a local charitable organization. Pickers can […]

Lambton College firefighter combat team wraps up ‘hot summer’ of competition

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Under the direction of a brand new coaching staff, Lambton College’s firefighter combat team recently wrapped up a hot summer of competition that concluded at the Firefit National Championships in Longueuil, Quebec, last weekend (September 13-14). For the first time in the college’s history, the team is being coached by Lambton College Fire Sciences Technology […]

Sarnia Sting planning tailgate celebration as part of its Opening Night against Barrie Colts

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The 20th Anniversary Season celebrations for the Sarnia Sting Hockey Club will kick off on Friday, October 3 with a tailgate party outside the RBC Centre in Sarnia. Beginning at 3:00 p.m., the tailgate party will feature live music, games/contests for all age groups, and a Molson beer tent. The puck drops at 7:05 p.m. on […]

Sarnia Legionnaires make it four straight wins with 9-4 win over St. Thomas Stars

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The Sarnia Legionnaires continued their hot start to the season, exploding for nine goals on the road in St. Thomas, downing the Stars 9-4 to improve to 4-0-0. “We played well but it was sloppy at times, we got into penalty trouble there a couple times. It was just sloppy hockey, sticks got up and […]

City staff asking Council to put muzzle on pilot project for leash-free dog park

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It would appear that dogs and baseball aren’t necessarily as compatible as Sarnia City staff and members of Council might first have thought. A proposed pilot project for a park that would feature a Leash Free Zone, approved earlier this year, has run into what Barry LaPlante, the city’s acting director of Parks and Recreation, […]

Sisters putting on anniversary open house at Curves this Saturday

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Two sisters, both partners at Curves on Lambton Mall Road, are hosting a “first anniversary” open house this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Lynae Morningstar, who manages the Curves franchise, and her sister, Meaghan Esser, who runs Feel Great Nutrition, will both be doing a 30-minute “power talk” (Morningstar at noon, Esser at 1 […]

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 […]