Archive for the ‘Where we live’ Category
Dan Bowling of SCITS has qualified for the Ontario High School Boys Golf Tournament, despite losing in a playoff at the SWOSSA tournament this week in Kingsville. The OFSSA tournament will be held on October 10 and 11 in Belleville.
It's going to be a busy couple of days in Oil Springs. Author Gary May will launch his latest book, “A Scent of Oil” this afternoon (Friday, September 30) at the Oil Museium of Canada between 2 and 4 pm. Admission is free. Later in the evening, actors from Petrolia Community Theatre will be strolling [...]
Inclement weather has caused the cancellation of the tractor pull set for tonight, (Friday, September 30) at the Brooke-Alvinston and Watford Fall Fair. The remainder of the program for the 135th annual event is listed below Friday, September 30 4:30 pm Gates and Mid Way open! 7:00 pm Pet Show in the barn [...]
The affects of asbestos will be the focus of a two-day gathering this weekend at Centennial Park. Two sisters, originally from Sarnia, have organized the event. Stacy Cattran, who now lives in Guelph and Leah Nielsen, now a Utah resident, watched their father die of mesothelioma three and a half years ago. After watching Prime [...]
A five-year-old Sarnia boy who was struck by a vehicle this week has died. Police say Haiden Dugas passed away in a London hospital from injuries suffered when he was hit on Campbell Street, near Samuel, on Wednesday afternoon just before 4:30. The traffic division continues to investigate.
Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is investigating the theft of welding cables from a business in the 2000 block of Brigden Road in St. Clair Township. It occurred sometime overnight on September 26, 2011
Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is investigating a mischief that occurred sometime in the early morning hours of September 27, 2011 at the Heritage Heights Golf Course on Garden Crescent. Police say unknown person or persons used spray paint to deface two flags, some grass areas around two greens and a tree. A porta [...]
Bluewater Health’s Board of Directors met on September 28 at its Mitton Site. Following are highlights from that meeting. Board Chair, Bruce Davies reported on the in-camera discussions related to physician credentialing and property. Directors discussed the part-time position of Chief of Professional Staff (CoPS) and full-time position of Vice President of [...]
Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers want to take a bite out of an illegal practice know as “jack lighting”, where hunters use a spotlight to shoot big game at night. “People who jack light often damage fences and crops as they drive the country side in search of animals,” says Crime Stoppers Coordinator, Mark Dew. “Carelessly [...]
The Sarnia detachment of the RCMP is reminding consumers to be careful what they buy after 100 counterfeit "lululemon" items were seized from a house party in Point Edward earlier this month. Counterfeit items are often cheaply made and do not meet Canadian Standards not only do they defraud consumers, but also represent [...]