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COLUMN: Thank you Mrs. King, and Merry Christmas

Tara Jeffrey My Christmas tree is a far cry from anything you’ll see in a catalogue. Most of the ornaments are homemade or hand-me-downs; there’s...

Letters, week of Dec. 18

Nothing for teens to do in Sarnia Sir: My name is Emma and I am 13-years-old. I am writing to address a concern I have. Many...

GUEST COLUMN: When Christmas shopping was an adventure

Nadine Wark “Do you have your money for shopping?” I questioned my younger sister, Adrienne. Yes, she had her money, and I had mine.  The...

OPINION: On flu, the flag and flunking a job interview

George Mathewson Large quantities of information cross The Journal’s news desk each week and some of it is even interesting. Here is more bumpf that for...

GUEST COLUMN: Live music is the real deal

David Nichols There is a growing evidence to show that listening to live music concerts is not only pleasurable, but a benefit to your physical...

OPINION: The amazing Sarnian time forgot

George Mathewson Now here’s a resume. A Sarnia guy founds an oil company on Exmouth Street – 19 years before Imperial Oil - buys a ship...

Letters, week of Dec. 11

Road will impact only short section of trail Fern Noel Given the current public interest, and my involvement in the development of the Howard Watson Nature...

GUEST COLUMN: So you’re thinking of having an affair?

Ronnie Littlewood Sarah is a sad, somewhat lonely 27-year-old woman who has been married for five years. At this moment she is looking at a...

Letters, week of Dec. 4

Ho, ho, hold the Santa photo Sir: I have been called more than once an "Alberta Widow."  Like many other families, my husband has had...

OPINION: ‘No one has ever become poor by giving’

George Mathewson When the scattered members of the Mathewson clan gather for turkey dinner this Christmas we’ll be doing a cool thing about the presents. Rather...