Letters: week of July 12

Drug addiction in community becoming epidemic Sir: I read the article “Business owners dismayed by inaction on drug crime” and thought, finally, people are talking about this problem in our community. Maybe now we can find a solution. I am not a business owner but have had many encounters with the drug problem in our… Read more »

Letters: week of July 5

Kudos to the Vrolyk sister for starting food program Sir: The St. Vincent de Paul held a special volunteer day recently, when the Vrolyk sisters, Abby, Paige and Sydney, kick-started their “Snacks for Summer” program to provide food to students in need this summer. Thank you girls, for all your hard work and dedication to… Read more »

Letters: week of June 28

Disappointed boater takes another kick at the can Sir: Now that Centennial Park and the new Sarnia Bay boat launch are complete, life should be good, right? Not Quite. The marina operator refunded money to over 30 of us that were overcharged on boat launch passes due to some kind of “computer glitch,” and returned… Read more »

Letters: week of June 21

School delay raises a lot of questions Sir: Regarding the June 14 news story, ‘Student move to new Great Lakes school delayed.’ I have a few questions: WHO is responsible for this debacle? Who, if anyone, will pay a penalty for this “delay?” WHAT was the Lambton Kent District School Board thinking when it hired… Read more »

Sarnia from space

This image shows the cities of Sarnia and Port Huron as seen from the International Space Station as it passed about 400 kilometres above the earth. It was taken by the station’s current commander, NASA astronaut Drew Feustel, a Michigan native with dual Canadian-U.S. citizenship. Sarnia and Point Edward are seen here above the St…. Read more »