Archive for the ‘St. Clair’ Category

Brigden Fair time brings out everything we love about the season—especially the colours

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It's Brigden Fall Fair Time and Scotiabank's branch in the village took first place for its "Best Dressed Yard" in the annual Town and Country competition The official fair begins today and our photo editors Janet and Darren Metcalfe will be there capturing even more sights for LambtonShield.com fans to see. But don't take our [...]

Wallaceburg man arrested after allegedly trying to evade police near Walpole Island

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A 32-year-old Wallaceburg man will appear in court later this month in Sarnia to speak to charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance, Failing to Stop for police and Racing a Motor Vehicle. Walpole Island Police say a vehicle sped away towards Wallaceburg when police responded to a traffic complaint of an erratic driver near [...]

“Wright to the Point” tonight (Wed, Oct 5) on TVCOGECO

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Two prominent Lambton County residents, both with new jobs, will highlight tonight's (Wednesday, Oct 5) edition of “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO. Jim Burns will look back on his political career and look forward on his time as Chief Administrative Office for the village of Point Edward and Kathy Alexander , the new Executive [...]

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

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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 [...]

OPP lay drinking/driving charges after vehicle goes into ditch

Lambton OPP say they have charged a 43-year-old Walpole Island man with Impaired Driving and Being Over the Legal Limit after pollice responded to a call of a vehicle in the ditch on St. Clair Parkway in Corunna on Friday, Sept. 30. The driver was not injured in the incident, which occurred around 11:30 a.m., [...]

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

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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 [...]

OPP investigating theft of welding cables

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

Mooretown Flags and Alvinston Flyers both win twice on weekend

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Spencer Bronzi's shorthanded goal midway through the second period broke a 2-2 and the Mooretown Flags went on to score five more unanswered goals in an 8-2 romp in Kingsville in Great Lakes Jr “C” Hockey League action on Sunday.   Jeff Schroeter led the Flags with a hat trick, while Aaron Schieman added a [...]

Railcar unloading facility completed near Highway 40/Petrolia Line

Calgary based Provident Energy is said to have completed a distribution facility it says will serve a variety of purposes related to product arriving in the region. Provident's Murray Buchanan is quoted as saying the new $35 million project, will be needed to handle excess butane and propane derived fromt the Marcellus Shale natural gas [...]

New season of “Wright to the Point” begins tonight on TVCOGECO

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Stacy Cattran, the co-organizer of the A Walk to Remember the Victims of Asbestos, will be the lead guest tonight as "Wright to the Point" kicks off a new season on TVCOGECO. Cattran will speak to host Barry Wright about the vigil and walk in Sarnia on September 30 and October 1 to remember asbestos [...]