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Prescription drug drop-off ensures safe disposal

Sarnia Observer - ‎14 hours ago‎
Neil Bowen/Sarnia ObserverSgt. John Pearce (left) and Sarnia Police Chief Phil Nelson helped in the collection of medication for safe disposal during a Prescription Drop-Off Day Saturday at Sarnia police headquarters.

Kiefer Sutherland, the musician, set to perform in Sarnia

Sarnia Observer - ‎15 hours ago‎
Stuart Manchee, owner of The Station Music Hall in Sarnia, will have plenty to talk about with Kiefer Sutherland when the actor-musician appears June 25 at the Campbell Street music venue.

Drouins share competitive fun with students

Sarnia Observer - ‎14 hours ago‎
Neil Bowen/Sarnia ObserverProfessional track and field athlete Jillian Drouin directs Nick Ward through one of first-ever javelin throws.

Home worth protecting, review board says

The Sarnia Journal - ‎4 hours ago‎
A tribunal says Sarnia should continue to protect a Brock Street home dating to 1867 under the Ontario Heritage Act. Sarnia designated the two-storey home at 166 South Brock a heritage property 30 years ago at the request of its owner. But last ...

Prime waterfront land sits empty

The Sarnia Journal - ‎4 hours ago‎
The waterlogged acreage across from St. Andrew's Church has been enclosed in chain link fence for at least a decade, after the old Sarnia Gazette building on the site was demolished. It's the last piece of vacant land on the west side of Front Street ...
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Murray: No plans to ban natural gas

Sarnia Observer - ‎15 hours ago‎
There has been a slew of misinformation shared by Progress Conservative Party in recent days about the future of natural gas in Ontario as the province takes the next step in our fight against climate change.

Danielle Ennett earns spot on Canadian national taekwondo team

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Danielle Ennett of the Sarnia Olympic Taekwondo Academy won gold at the national team trials in Calgary, which earned a spot on Team Canada for November's world junior championships in Burnaby, B.C.

Theatre Sarnia Wins Awards At Theatre Ontario Festival

BlackburnNews.com - ‎21 hours ago‎
Theatre Sarnia picked up awards for their play “33 Variations” at the Theatre Ontario Festival that was held this weekend in North Bay.

Begins Thursday at Forest's Kimball Hall

Sarnia Observer - ‎15 hours ago‎
“I must say when we were down at First Friday in Sarnia last week...I was surprised by the great response we got and the great knowledge about the festival.
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Young Sarnia-Lambton scientists win bronze in Montreal

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Sarnia-Lambton students competing at the Canada-Wide Science Festival in Montreal this past week are coming home with medals.

Sarnia holds its orientation camp this weekend at the SSEC

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Brandan Morgan leads a rush during last year's Sarnia Sting orientation camp on Saturday April 25, 2015 in Sarnia, Ont. The Ontario Hockey League club will be hosting some draft picks from the last two years and free agent invitees for practices and ...

Book launch to be held May 29 at Dante Club in Sarnia

Sarnia Observer - ‎15 hours ago‎
Sarnia authors Venera Fazio and Delia De Santis were recently honoured by the Association of Italian Canadian Writers. The pair will be releasing two new books at an event at Sarnia's Dante Club on Sunday. Submitted photol ...

Petrolia-area conservation area received big boost 25 years ago

Sarnia Observer - ‎14 hours ago‎
Baker said Henderson draws its seasonal campers from across southwestern Ontario, with a lot of people coming from Sarnia, London, St. Thomas and Windsor.

Notorious criminal killed in Sarnia shootout 80 years ago

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
Kevin Wyville, left, and Dan Huggett prepare for a scene during a flim shoot in downtown Wallaceburg in September. The movie highlights the life of gangster Red Ryan, who was killed during a downtown liquor store robbery in Sarnia in 1936. May 23 marks ...

Threatened to blow up Sarnia police station

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
A London man with a mental health condition whose time in Sarnia included threatening to blow up the Sarnia police station has served a 51-day jail sentence.

Ticks showing up in and around Sarnia

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Blood-sucking arachnids are active again in Sarnia-Lambton this season. Melissa Segade posted a social-media warning to parents Wednesday after her four-year-old daughter had a cluster of ticks on her clothes after a soccer game at the Lottie Neely ...

Sarnia's Beardy off to Ottawa's CFL camp

The Sarnia Journal - ‎May 22, 2016‎
Sarnia's Randy Beardy is attending the rookie camp of the CFL Ottawa Redblacks. Gerry Marrentette, University of Windsor Athletics.

Grade 6/7 class leading fitness initiative at Sarnia elementary school

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 20, 2016‎
First graders Layla Broumpton, left, and Brayden Atkinson run from Baylee Morrison, Grade 7, and Layla Murray, Grade 1, during a game of chain tag at Hanna Memorial school Friday.

Local terminal manager explains where most commodities are exported

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Terry Barros, manager of the Sarnia grain terminal, speaks to the Sarnia-Lambton Golden 'K' Kiwanis club meeting on Tuesday May 17, 2016 in Sarnia, Ont. Barros explained most of Southern Ontario's surplus grain is exported to Egypt. (Terry Bridge, The ...

Board recommends maintaining designation for 1860s Sarnia farmhouse

Sarnia Observer - ‎May 19, 2016‎
Ontario's Conservation Review Board is recommending Sarnia city council maintain the Ontario Heritage Act designation for an 1860's era farmhouse at 166 Brock St. S. The board released its recommendation this week, following a hearing held in April.
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