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Old warbird

It may look like a toy airplane in a child’s toy box, but this Second World War B-25 bomber was the star attraction at Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport recently. Called ‘Maid in the Shade,’ the 74-year-old aircraft is part of the Flying Legends of Victory Tour. It was available for tours and was the focal… Read more »

The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

1 – In what country is the Black Forest located?   2 – Sarnia businessman, Steve Orr, is restoring a pair of vintage what? Bush Planes            Model A cars           Motorcycles   3 – What two tools used by communist industrial and agricultural workers were displayed on the flag of the Soviet Union?   4 –… Read more »

Young tennis player improving her game in Florida

Jake Romphf Sarnia’s Abigail Gordon is shining brightly in Florida as she competes at the elite level of U.S. youth tennis. The nine-year-old started playing four years ago when she attended a summer tennis camp at the Sarnia Riding Club. Two years later she was attending the Ontario Tennis Association’s Provincial Training Centre in Toronto…. Read more »

Letters: week of July 19

Marilyn Gladu looking out for interests of riding Sir: The Internet is awash with false allegations of “racism” and “homophobia” aimed at causing reputational damage to those who dare to disagree with the modish Leftist agenda that dominates public discourse. Stanton Earle’s (June 28) letter in The Journal about MP Marilyn Gladu was designed to… Read more »

Just desserts

For these two old friends a trip to Point Edward wasn’t complete without a stop for ice cream. Candence Theriault, 5, daughter of Lyndsay Theriault, and James Broadfoot, 5, son of Rosaura Rivas, didn’t mind getting sticky while parked in front of Suzy’s Ice Creamporium. Candence and James have been friends since they were five-months-old…. Read more »