Archive for the ‘St. Clair’ Category

Teens arrested after vehicles broken into in Corunna

  Two teen boys, 16 and 17 years old, have been arrested after witnesses saw suspects breaking into vehicles in Corunna in the pre-dawn hours on Tuesday. Lambton OPP say one suspect was caught in a vehicle in a driveway on Avondale Drive, while a second was arrested a short time later. Both are charged [...]

Local teacher named to OECTA provincial executive

  A teacher at St. Joseph Catholic School in Corunna has been elected as First Vice-President of the Ontario English Cathllic Teachers' Association. Chris Karuhanga has been a classroom and French as a Second Language teacher for the past 20 years with the St. Clair Catholic District School Board.  Prior to coming to Canada, he taught in Uganda [...]

Lakers sunk in Junior “C” semi-finals

  The Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League season is over for the Wallaceubrg Lakers. Josh Tremblay's goal at 9:22 of overtime lifted the Wheatley Sharks to a 3-2 win over the Lakers last night. Brendan Merritt tied the game for the Lakers with just over a minute to play in regulation, only to see [...]

Wallaceburg is out of losses in Junior “C” playoffs

  The Wallaceburg Lakers have no more games to give following a 2-1 loss to the Wheatley Sharks before a large crowd at the Wallaceburg Arena on Saturday night Wheatley will host game six tonight, holding a 3-2 series lead in the Great Lakes Junior "C' semi-finals. Sarnia's Norm Leger scored the lone goal for [...]

Thieves roar off with pick up truck from Corunna early Sunday morning

  Provincial police is investigating the theft of a newer model F150 pick up truck from a Fieldstone St. residence in Corunna early Sunday morning. Authorities say thieves broke into the home and stole the keys to the truck. Witnesses heard a truck leaving the residence between 3 and 4 a.m. In addition to taking [...]

Young agriculturalist meeting set for Wyoming

  Twenty and thirty somethings that envision farming or other agricultural careers as part of their future are invited to a Young Lambton Agriculturists meeting early next month. It will be held at the Legion in Wyoming on Monday, April 4 at 7 pm. For moe information, contact Sandy Kingdon, in Forest, Bryan Boyle in Wyoming [...]

Snowfall warning ended for Sarnia-Lambton

  The snowfall warning has now been lifted for Sarnia-Lambton. Weather radar shows the remaining snow activity coming down from Lake Huron has drifted to the east into the London and Kitchener regions.   Much of the snow that we received last night and today will likely melt tomorrow with the day time high predicted [...]

Snowfall warning remain in effect for Sarnia-Lambton

  A snowfall warning remains in effect for Sarnia-Lambton, but the total predicted amount has been downgraded to about 15 cm. (six inches) Weather radar still shows occasional burst of snow coming down off Lake Huron. They are expected to impacts the area until late this afternoon. School buses have all been kept off the [...]

Erie St. Clair LHIN names new Chair of its board

  The new Chair of the Board of Directors of the Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network is a familiar face. One-time NDP Cabinet Minister Dave Cooke has been appointed as the new Chair of the Board of Directors to the position effective April 2, 2011. He replaces Mina Grossman-Ianni who has held the [...]

Environment Canada says more snow on the way

  Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for all of Sarnia-Lambton. It says between 10 and 20 cm. (four to eight inches) could fall on the region by tomorrow morning, with the heaviest bursts predicted to fall after midnight tonight. The good news is, according to the weather service, that some of the snow [...]