Articles By: JD Booth

Lewington, Deborah Lynne, (Oct. 15, 2014)

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Peacefully at her home in Grafton, on Wednesday, October 15th, 2014 in her 64th year. Beloved wife of Brian. Loving daughter of the late Dr. James Henry and Joy Gibson. Dear sister of Wendy Gibson and Michael Gibson and his wife Brenda. A private family service will be held. If desired donations may be made […]

Shrigley, Marion, (Oct. 16, 2014)

Passed away on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at the age of 81. Beloved wife of Dean for 64 years. Dear mother of Richard (Cindy) Shrigley, Sarnia, Lynn (Mike) Durand, Windsor and Carole Shrigley, Sarnia. Loving grandmother of Christopher, Craig and Heather Durand and Tina Shrigley. Great-grandmother of Carter, Nigel and Kahlen Durand. Sister of Ruth […]

Boucher, John Patrick ‘Jack,’ (Oct. 16, 2014)

BOUCHER, John Patrick “Jack” – Peacefully at St. Joseph’s Hospice on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at the age of 62. Predeceased by his loving parents William & Madeline Boucher and his 2 nieces Shelli Bell and Kim Sauve. Survived by his brother Bill (Doreen) Boucher, Sandy (Bob) Sauve and JoAnne (Marvin) Barnes. He was a […]

Tickets for World Under 17 Hockey Challenge now on sale to general public

Single game tickets for the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge that takes place from October 31 to November 8 in Sarnia-Lambton are now on sale. A Gold and Bronze Medal games package is also on sale to the general public. The tournament will be the first to feature three Canadian national teams. The Sarnia Sting’s […]

Boil Water advisory for Petrolia and area lifted Friday afternoon

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Residents and businesses in the Town of Petrolia and surrounding areas that get their municipal water from the same source no longer need boil their water, says the Lambton County Public Health department. The advisory which was issued Wednesday was initially the result of testing that followed the repair of a water main on Monday […]

Police arrest and charge man with trafficking

  Sarnia Police have arrested and charged a 45-year-old Forest man with Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking after observing what was believed to be a drug transaction earlier this week. The incident, which is said to have occurred Tuesday (October 14) at about 11:30 p.m., involved an officer observing the driver of a pickup […]

OPP charge man with drinking/driving after accused drives off road

BROOKE-ALVINSTON—A vehicle going off the road and coming to rest on a residential lawn on Nauvoo Road between Petrolia Line and LaSalle Line Thursday has resulted in a 62-year-old Windsor man being charged with impaired driving. Lambton OPP, along with fire services and Lambton EMS, responded to the incident after a call around 10 a.m. […]

Sarnia Sting extend their win streak by defeating Peterborough Petes, 5-3

Photo by Pearl Dixon/Peterborough Petes via www.sarniasting.com

By DAVE BORODY PETERBOROUGH – The winning streak continues. The Sarnia Sting made it four straight with a 5-3 victory over the Peterborough Petes, Thursday night in front of 2,185 fans at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. The Sting raised their overall record in the Ontario Hockey League to 4-3-1-0, the first time they have been […]

Thinking about inside reno projects? Consider the bathroom . . .

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By JULIE JENKINS As the weather starts to cool and we spend more time indoors it is the perfect time to tackle some of those indoor projects that you have been thinking about. One of the best renovations for resale is a new bathroom. If you are considering a change this winter here are some […]

Get ready for the great sounds of Deja Voodoo at upcoming First Friday

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By MARY ANNE PELOZA The November 7 First Friday at Cheeky Monkey, Sarnia’s downtown record and more store, will be an evening filled with music you may have a feeling your familiar with; music that puts a powerful spell on you.  With a name like Deja Voodoo what else could you expect or want? Playing a pleasing mix of classic […]