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Junior Girls Invitational

Abby Whiteye (15) of Northern Collegiate drives to the basket during the Northern Junior Girls Invitational Basketball Tournament on Sept. 13 at Lambton College. The Sarnia host team won gold, defeating St. Thomas in the final 54-41. Bruce Smith Photo

Reclaiming the night

About 100 adults and children took part in the 21st annual Take Back the Night march to the downtown Peace Court. The Sept. 18 event mades a statement about ending violence against women and holding perpetrators responsible, said Michelle Batty, executive director of the Sexual Assault Survivors’ Centre and the Women’s Interval Home. Glenn Ogilvie

SMAA football results

Minor football continued at Norm Perry Park on Sept. 13. In Atom action, the Sarnia Firefighter’s Association Razor Claws downed the Sylvan Learning Centre Firebolts 30-0, and the Steeves and Rozema Shock Wave defeated the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 62 Iron Hides. 24-0. In Bantam, the Sarnia Police Association Tiger Sharks beat the Optimist Club… Read more »

Sarnia books and authors, Part 3

It has been a banner year for Sarnia authors, from sports to history, and children’s books to poetry, To help match local readers with local writers The Journal has prepared a compendium of 2014 titles. Here, in no particular order, is Part Three: Sarnia: 100 Years History Committee of the Sarnia Centennial Celebration Committee A… Read more »

High school senior football

Jordan Walsh (3) of Northern Collegiate narrowly escapes the grasp of Matthew Simic (66) of St Patrick’s High School in senior boys high school football action at Norm Perry Park on Sept 12. Northern defeated St. Pat’s 49-10. Bruce Smith Photo

More Sarnia authors and books published in 2014

It has been a banner year for Sarnia authors, from sports to history, and children’s books to poetry, To help match local readers with local writers The Journal has prepared a compendium of 2014 titles. Here, in no particular order, is Part Two:   The First Canadian Allen Wells The First Canadian is an approving… Read more »

Deadly dog disease found in park

A second case of a highly contagious virus deadly to dogs has been found in Canatara Park. Dog owners are being warned to keep pets away from the park unless they’ve been vaccinated for canine parvovirus. “Parvo” is spread from dog to dog by direct or indirect contact with feces. Symptoms include lethargy, vomiting, fever and bloody… Read more »

Volleyball tryouts

Twin Bridges Volleyball is holding tryouts for travel teams on 28. Following a successful season with girls last year the non-profit club is looking to expand into boys teams. Girls U14 to U18 teams are expected, with boys’ teams in the 15-to-17-age range possible The season runs from October to early April, and unlike hockey,… Read more »

GUEST COLUMN: An amazing trick for hummingbirds

Ginny Schleihauf I stood on Clara’s deck on the outskirts of Sarnia with a bit of doubt. But I thought I should give her the courtesy of waiting a few minutes to see what happened. Clara, whose friends call her “Raz,” claims she feeds hummingbirds. That didn’t seem strange … until she told me she… Read more »