Sarnia Imperials ready for biggest test yet – a shot at the finals

Jake Romphf The Sarnia Imperials have won seven straight games to reach the Northern Football Conference’s semifinals, but something still troubles head coach Jake Cherski. “We haven’t really been tested,” he said. After dropping their first two games, the Imperials reeled off six straight easy victories to finish with a 6-2 record on the regular… Read more »

Emm Gryner continues to call her own shots in music

Cathy Dobson Sarnia-born singer-songwriter Emm Gryner has released 20 albums, toured with the late great David Bowie, and produces music with her own band that draws worldwide attention. Yet, on Friday she’s keeping it simple by coming home to perform free for whoever can squeeze into the crowded Cheeky Monkey music store on Christina Street…. Read more »

Waterfront owners say there’s another side to right-of-way fight

Cathy Dobson Dan Lambert’s family has owned waterfront property in Bright’s Grove for generations, and he’s not ready to concede an old road right-of-way belongs to anyone else. “We’ve never worried or had issues with people walking along the right-of-way, but this is my family’s heritage,” says Lambert. “I don’t like the city coming in and… Read more »

Just add water

A slew of fishing boats, power boats and passing ships dotted Lake Huron early in the morning before the heat of the day.