The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Breaking a mirror is said to bring bad luck for how many years?   2 – Congratulations! Deborah Lumley, a Grade 5/6 teacher at Rosedale School, won a 2020 national teaching award for her leadership in what area?   3 – What is the last letter of the Greek alphabet?   4 – When schools… Read more »

Like Venice itself, Venetian Boulevard prone to flood

Cathy Dobson Driving on Venetian Boulevard these days is like taking your vehicle through a free car wash. Most days, half a foot of water covers the roadway near Bridgeview Marina, slowing traffic and creating enormous spray zones. Cycling or walking on the adjacent sidewalk can be a wet and muddy experience whenever a vehicle… Read more »

The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – On Star Trek, what colour is Spock’s blood?   2 – Good news: According to Sarnia police, during the pandemic the occurrence of what crime has been reduced by half compared to last year’s numbers?   3 – Manual and trade workers are described as wearing what colour of collar?   4 – Congratulations!… Read more »

St. Pat’s wrestler earns prestigious award

Troy Shantz A St. Patrick’s student has been recognized for her excellence in the classroom and the gym. Brianna Fraser is one of two recipients of this year’s Stefanko Award, given to one female and one male graduating student in Lambton County who possess strong grades and a dedication to extra curriculars. “I was really… Read more »

Sisters learning to run business, one roll at a time

Troy Shantz Toilet paper has taken on special meaning during this pandemic; a sentiment two young Point Edward sisters have turned it into a hobby business. Starting at $5, customers can order a roll for a loved one prepared by Gwen and Savannah Hart. Each “TP Grams” comes wrapped in a blue ribbon with a… Read more »