Opening Segment: Heat warnings in effect. Stay cool at local cooling stations.
Lambton County’s Health Department has confirmed the first confirmed instance of West Nile virus, following the testing of a dead crow found in the north end of Sarnia.
Organizer Jenilyn Sheppard is hoping this Sunday’s Doggie Paddle Beach Fest will be the first of several to come.
- ‘Float down’ turns into ‘melt down’
- Head of Lambton College program has ‘Hip’ connection
- Ships warned to ‘stay away’ during this Sunday’s ‘float down’
- That Night In Sarnia will be historical.
- City should borrow long-term to fix roads before they get worse
- Alix Foundation will receive funding applications until October 1
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Let’s call it a misadventure. Or bad planning. Or, well, let’s leave it at that.
Sarnia City Council has approved an agreement that will see the home of the Sarnia Sting officially be named the Progressive Auto Sales Arena for the next 10 years.
Rona Ambrose, the interim leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, is visiting Sarnia-Lambton tomorrow (Wednesday, August 10).
Two local students are setting out to different corners of the world this week thanks to Rotary International’s Youth Exchange Program.
Humidex values are expected to near 40 degrees C in the next few days as yet another heat wave approaches the Sarnia-Lambton area.
It was a great celebration of 110 years of lawn bowling play in Sarnia when a special anniversary tournament was held here on the holiday Monday, Aug.
It’s not like I’ve not considered writing a column before. In fact, it was 1992 when I first approached the then-editor of the Observer with what I thought was a pretty good idea: a “humour” column that ended up being a weekly exercise, and, at least briefly, a piece of writing that would become a self-published book—”Lost in Kmart!
Organizers of this year’s edition of the Sarnia/Port Huron international Powerboat Festival, which begins Friday, August 12 and runs through Sunday, August 14, have released the full schedule.
For fans of Tragically Hip, the legendary Canadian rock band, the night of Saturday, August 20 is one of those “where were you” events that is destined to live on in memory.
Tracy Kingston has fond memories of the time her mother, Kay Hammond, decided to open her own floral studio in Corunna, having worked first worked at a store in Lambton Mall for a couple of years.
Perhaps one of the most amazing things that has occurred in the first century of Bluewater Power’s existence has to do with the most basic components of the electrical utility that is owned by taxpayers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Petrolia, Brooke-Alvinston, Oil Springs, and Warwick.
Opening Segment: Bluewater RC Flyers 39th Annual Memorial Scale Model Rally Captain Kidd Days & Youth Talent Showcase.
Sarnia Sting forward Jordan Kyrou has signed his first NHL contract with the St.
Filip Helt and the Sarnia Sting have agreed to terms on a Standard Player Agreement and Education Package.
Things are looking up for Sarnia-Lambton. Just recently, governments have announced significant funding to create jobs, speed up Internet service, improve passenger rail stations and transport goods.
Concerns over safety of employees has prompted the City of Sarnia to keep doors of City Hall locked after the close of regular business, unless there is a scheduled meeting, including a meeting of City Council.