Archive for the ‘Dawn-Euphemia’ Category

TV stolen in Dawn-Euphemia township

Lambton OPP say a 42-inch Panasonic flat screen TV worth $900 was taken from a residence in the 4000 block of Edys Mills Line in Dawn-Euphemia Township on Tuesday (Oct. 23). The theft occurred some time between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. , with entry being made by damaging a door.

OPP destroy marijuana plants with street value of $46k

  Lambton OPP say the discovery of some 46 mature marijuana plants that would have been worth $46,000 on the street market have resulted in the seizure and destruction of the plants. The discovery was made Sept. 19, although those responsible for the Dawn-Euphemia cache are not known. The plants were growing among rows of […]

Suspect arrested running from stolen vehicle

Bentpath Line and Tramway Road in Dawn-Euphemia Township

Lambton OPP said a Sarnia man was arrested Tuesday afternoon for his alleged involvement with a stolen vehicle. Police said that at around 1 p.m. on Jun. 19, an officer patrolling in the area of Bentpath Line and Tramway Road tried to stop a 2005 Dodge pick-up for a stop sign offence. The vehicle proceeded […]

Junior “C” scores for Friday, November 4, 2011

Great Lakes Junior "C" Scoreboard for Friday , November 4, 2011   Belle River          6          Mooretown          3 (Josh Teschke had a goal and two assists in a losing cause for the Flags)   Wheatley            2       […]

Daylight break and enter in Dawn-Euphemia has OPP looking for help

Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police is currently investigating a break and enter that occurred on Sunday (October 31, 2011) sometime between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m.. at a residence in the 1000 block of Oakdale Road, Dawn-Euphemia Township. The OPP says entry was gained by smashing a window in the rear of the residence.  About […]

Union Gas says new compressor station now up and running at Dawn ‘hub’


A new compressor station is up and running today at Union Gas’ Dawn operations centre in southwestern Ontario, helping to improve operations at Canada’s largest underground storage facility for natural gas. The Dawn operations centre, also known as the Dawn “hub," holds 155 billion cubic feet of natural gas in 23 reservoirs – enough to […]

Flyers and Flags both win in weekend Jr “C” action


Chris Archer scored twice to lead the Alvinston Flyers to a 5-4 win over Blenheim in Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League action from Sunday night. Alvinston, now 4-1 on the season, will take on Mooretown on Thursday at the Sarnia Arena at 7:10 pm.   Mooretown has won four straight, including a 6-3 win […]

Flags, Flyers and Kings all win in Junior “C” hockey action on Friday


The Mooretown Flags scored three times in the opening eleven minutes of play last night and held on for a 4-3 win at Belle River in Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League action on Friday night. Kurtis Glowa led the Flags with a goal and an assist. His goal was the eventual game winner late […]

Union Gas makes $10k ‘signature’ grant to St. Clair Region Conservation Authority for education on ‘power of water’


A conservation and safety program that will teach elementary school students in the St. Clair Region to be more aware of the power of water – especially during the spring thaw – is getting some help from Union Gas, through a grant awarded as part of the company’s centennial celebrations. The Centennial Signature grant of […]

OPP seize 72 suspected marijuana plants, Chatham man charged

Lambton OPP say a raid on a residence in the 300 block of Hale School Road in Dawn-Euphemia Township has resulted in the seizure of 72 suspected marijuana plants said to be valued at $36,000 and the arrest of a 51-year-old Chatham man. The raid, which occurred on August 31, 2011, resulted in the arrest […]