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Local senior hockey teams winless in three weekend encounters

Lambton's two senior hockey clubs came up empty in the win column on the weekend. The Petrolia Squires lost 4-2 against Komoka and 8-6 versus Milverton, while Goderich scored five times in the second period to beat Thedford, 7-4. The Squires are 3-4 on the season.  Thedford is 2-6.  

Lambton Shores ends long losing streak with two weekend victories

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After defeating the London Nationals 7-0 Saturday night, the Lambton Shores Predators made it two in a row in Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League action, beating the Chatham Maroons 4-3 at Memorial Arena in Chatham Sunday evening. "We came out slow in the first period," said former Wallaceburg Lakers head coach Mark Davis of his […]

Pap test clinics in the area for the next week

As part of the National Pap Test Campaign being held during National Cervical Cancer Awareness Week (October 23-29), Bluewater Health, in conjunction with local physicians, the Community Health Services Department, the Canadian Cancer Society, the North Lambton Community Health Centre, and the Walpole Island Health Centre is pleased to invite women in Sarnia-Lambton to take advantage of the […]

“Wright to the Point” airs tonight on TVCOGECO

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The Executive Director of the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton, Dave Brown, will update viewers tonight (Wednesday, Oct. 19) on just how close the annual campaign is to reaching the $1 million mark when he makes an appearance on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO. Sarnia Councillor Bev MacDougall will also come by to discuss a […]

“Wright to the Point” tonight at 7 pm on TVCOGECO

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Newly re-elected MPP Bob Bailey will be among the guests tonight on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO. Veteran journalist Barry Wright will also welcome Dave McPhail, the chairman of the local Save the Jail Committee and Tom Marshall of the Sarnia Fire Rescue Service who will talk about Fire Safety Week.   “Wright to […]

Thedford tops Petrolia in senior hockey action

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Justin Lightfoot, Brad Pettigrew and Joe Vandusen each had a goal and an assist and Dave Riddell made 40 saves to lead Thedford to a 4-2 home ice win over Petrolia in Western Ontario Senior Hockey League action on Saturday. Thedford is now 2-1 on the season, while the Squires are winless in its first […]

Petrolia Squires come up short in season opener

It was not the start to the season that the Petrolia Squires were looking for. The Squires fell 7-2 last nigh (Friday, October 7) t to the Tillsonburg Vipers in Petrolia's home and season opener at the Greenwood Recreation Centre.   The visiting Vipers scored three times in each of the first two periods and […]

Predators lose, 5-1 in St. Marys in Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League action

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The struggles continue for the Lambton Shores Predators. The visitors lost 5-1 in St. Marys on Friday in Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League action.   Ryan Rontondi had the lone for the Predators, who have now lost four straight and have seen their record fall to 4-7.   The division leading Lincolns (7-2) scored three […]

LSSAA scores from Thursday, October 6

JUNIOR GIRLS SOCCER Regular Season Northern – 4 Stat line: Goals: Katrina Barnard-3, Katrina Fairbairn-1 Shutout: Laura Pugsley NLSS – 0 JUNIOR BOYS SOCCER Regular Season NLSS – 6 Stat line: Goals: Andrew Soudant(2),Tanner Getty,Jordan Veens,Ian VanEnglen,Kyle Mathers Northern – 1 Stat line: Goal: Dylan Wardell JUNIOR BOYS FOOTBALL Regular Season St. Pat's – 14 […]

Sarnia-Lambton to be well represented at the Pan Am Games in Mexico

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Four locally trained athletes will represent Canada at the Pan American Games later this month in Mexico. Dominique Pegg and Talia Chiarelli of the Bluewater Gymastic Club have both been named to the Artistic Gymastics team, while Nick Bucci of Sarnia is part of the Canadian baseball team and Reid Halpenny of Grand Bend will […]