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Making tracks

Sled tracks wind their way to an ice fishing hut in the Sarnia Yacht Club basin in this photo taken Thursday by reader Rick...

The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1.      The majority of people worldwide (55%) have what colour eyes? 2.      Dr. Ken Walker and Mrs. Deb Walker are on this year’s Mayor’s List...

Sarnia Sting hockey team sold

Barry Wright Rumours about the Ontario Hockey League's Sarnia Sting being sold have been flying around the community for months, but the sale is now...

The Clean House: Veteran actor Megan Hadley returns to stage in quirky comedy

Cathy Dobson Cleaning house is often about fulfillment and fresh starts. That’s certainly true for Sarnia’s Megan Hadley, as she returns to the theatre after a...

‘Amazing’ cerebral palsy camp could shut down

Tara Jeffrey An innovative summer camp shown to drastically improve the lives of children and youth with Cerebral Palsy is at risk of shutting its...

Toy Story: How a Sarnia woman turned child’s play into an international business

George Mathewson A Point Edward toy company that’s as little known as it is successful is proving Canadian manufacturers can compete against cheap Chinese imports...

What’s Happening, week of Jan. 22

WHAT’S HAPPENING What’s Happening events must be open to the public, of general public interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks...

Eye in the sky: St. Clair getting a drone for search and rescue

Cathy Dobson A remote-controlled drone might be the smallest item in St. Clair Township’s $4-million fire department upgrade, but it’s the one getting the buzz. Equipped...

Regional rail plan to be discussed

Cathy Dobson  Jim Houston is hoping local residents will make tracks to the Sarnia Library Theatre on Jan. 31 to have their say about better...