Articles By: JD Booth

Dew, Keith George, (July 8, 2014)

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After a courageous battle with cancer on Tuesday, July 8, 2014, Keith George Dew passed away at the age of 77. Beloved husband of 55 years to Sally. Loving father of Mark Dew (Tracy) and Terry Hall (Rick Mason). Treasured grandfather of the late Jonathan (Rachel), Tim (Amanda), McKinleigh (Chris), Sarah and Swade. Cherished great-grandfather [...]

L’Heureux (nee Hicks), Thelma Marie, (July 7, 2014)

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L’HEUREUX, THELMA MARIE (nee Hicks) – Surrounded by her family at Sumac Lodge, Sarnia on Monday, July 7th, 2014, Thelma Marie L’Heureux died peacefully at the age of 97. Beloved wife of the late Morris “Moe” L’Heureux (2005). Loving mother of Michael & his wife JoAnne, Athens, Ohio, Robert & his wife Mary Ellen, Bright’s [...]

Both, Nicoline ‘Nicki,’ (July 5, 2014)

Peacefully at Sumac Lodge on Saturday, July 5, 2014, Nicoline “Nicki” Both passed away at the age of 85. Beloved wife of Jacobus “Jack” Both (2014). Loving mother of Louise (Rick) Mifflin and Co (Christine) Both. Cherished grandmother of Jason Frew (Janelle), Amie Frew, Sandy Fenrich (Jarrod), Joshua Both (Kiersten), Justine Morley, and Ashley Morley [...]

Mitchell-Wagner, Deborah Ann, (July 8, 2014)

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Passed away at St. Joseph’s Hospice on July 8, 2014, at the age of 57. Deb died very peacefully while being cared for by the best caregivers one could ever have. Beloved wife of Dale Wagner. Sister to Don (Brenda) of Georgetown and Wayne of London. Sister-in-law to Garry (late Sharron) Wagner of Reeces Corners, [...]

Local naturalist receives award from provincial conservation group

River Murray

River Murray, a young naturalist with Lambton Wildlife, is the recipient of the Margaret and Carl Nunn Memorial Camp Scholarship Award for her contributions to area conservation efforts. Ontario Nature, a provincial organization that protects wild species and wild spaces through conservation, education and public engagement, presented the award to Murray at its 83rd annual [...]

OPP say Brampton man charged with sexual assault

 Lambton OPP say they have arrested and charged a 48-year-old Brampton man after an incident last Friday (July 4) involving an allegation of sexual assault at a Plympton-Wyoming business. The accused, who was driving a transport truck, is said to have left the area of the incident but was located on Highway 402 and arrested. [...]

OPP respond to crash on St. Clair Parkway; 18-year-old charged with driving drunk

Lambton OPP say they have charged an 18-year-old St. Clair Township man with drinking and driving following a crash early Sunday evening (July 6) that resulted in non-life threatening injuries to two of his passengers. Lambton EMS and St. Clair Fire also responded to the incident, which occurred on northbound St. Clair Parkway near Bentpath [...]

Warden’s Charity Picnic will raise funds for two local organizations

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Lambton County Councillors and community partners will gather in Warwick Township this week for the annual Warden’s Charity Picnic, during which time funds will be raised for two local organizations. The “by invitation only” event is being held Thursday (July 10) at Warwick Hall and will benefit the Inn of the Good Shepherd’s Mobile Food [...]

OPP investigating theft of cigarettes worth $8k

Lambton OPP is investigating the theft of over $8,000 worth of cigarettes taken from a business in the 4500 block of London Line some time between July 4 and July 5. Large boxes of the merchandise were taken from a storage shed of the business. The address is in the area of Greenwood Golf Course. [...]

Traffic stop leads to cautionary note regarding ‘look alike’ pellet guns

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A traffic stop late Monday morning (July 7) during which time the uniformed Sarnia Police officer noticed what looked very much like a Colt “Defender” handgun has Sarnia Police issuing a warning people who own similar “weapons.” “This is not the first time officers have encountered a pellet gun that resembled the real thing,” said [...]