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Lunn, Patricia Loraine (Teasell), Oct. 10, 2011

Peacefully at Bluewater Health on, Monday, October 10, 2011 Patricia Loraine (Teasell) Lunn passed away at the age of 80. Beloved wife of the late Dennis George Lunn. Loving mother to Cathy and David Scott of Ft. Saskatchewan, Alberta, Dorothy and Mike Nelson of Sarnia, Brian and Mary- Jean Lunn of Bellaire, Michigan, Michael and […]

Photo feature begins this Thursday (Oct. 13)

Beginning this coming Thursday (Oct. 14), members of the Sarnia Photographic Club will be sharing a variety of images they've taken with visitors to We look forward to your feedback, so don't hesitate to "comment' on these shots. And thanks to Contributing Editor Bob McCarthy (and member of the Sarnia Photographic Club) for organizing […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Have a glorious and happy Thanksgiving everyone! From the team. Gobble, Gobble!

How Apple’s Steve Jobs (1955-2011) helps make ‘local’

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    By J.D. Booth Publisher, With the death this week of Apple Co-founder Steve Jobs, I began to think (after a few moments of introspection of course) how I might stick to our "local only" focus and still somehow acknowledge this great technology leader's passing. Then I began to think about how the […]

Note from the Publisher: Death notices now online in

Since we went into the homes of 55,000 households (all of Sarnia and Lambton County) just a few weeks ago, several of our new visitors (we've more than tripled our traffic in that time) have asked me: "When are you going to start running death notices." We're starting an experiment today, with the objective being […]

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Publisher J.D. Booth will be speaking to the Sarnia Computer Users Group on Wednesday, Sept. 28 at the club's regular meeting. The presentation begins at 8 p.m. but all are welcome to attend the meeting, which begins at 7 p.m. at the Adult Learning Centre, 660 Oakdale Ave., Sarnia. Booth will show the technical aspects […] getting ready to ‘reach out’ to 55,000 homes

We admit it. One of the biggest challenges around the development of, Sarnia-Lambton's newest media outlet, has been creating awareness. Yes, we have more than 350,000 pageviews since we launched in November 2010. And virtually everyone who hears about our site loves it. But we want EVERYONE in our area to experience what it […]

Three more break-ins reported to Sarnia Police

Three more break-ins were reported to Sarnia Police yesterday (July 18). Sometime during the night on July 16, 2011, unknown persons entered a business located in the 1800 block of London Line. Police say access was gained by breaking a wooden garage door panel. Once inside, the culprits removed goods valued at over $2,000. A […]

Walpole Island police seize drugs after stopping ‘suspicious’ vehicle

On July 17, after responding to reports of a suspicious vehicle on Altiman Road and subsequently stopping and searching the vehicle, Walpole Island Police are said to have seized 69 Percocet pills, 60 Tylenol 3 pills and assorted drug paraphernalia. The incident, which occurred at about 9:15 p.m., resulted in the arrest of two women from […]

OPP report a variety of break and enter incidents, remind residents to lock doors

Lambton OPP are urging area residents to remain vigilant and report any suspicious vehicles or persons in their neighbourhoods, this after several break and enter incidents that have occurred over the last week. The incidents include: A July 12 incident in which a residence in the 900 block of McCready Road in Dawn-Eupemia was ransacked […]