Spooky Lasalle Line video in the making

People driving down Lasalle Line near Watford may have been spooked Saturday. Songwriters Neil Werden (at the right)and Paul Macguire collaborated on a song called Graveyard Dance and Saturday night, members of the Arts Council of East Lambton helped the pair shoot a video at Werden’s home. About 20 people dressed as Zombies spent a… Read more »

Small town girl takes on the universe

Katherine Highgate says being from a small town has allowed her core values and ethics to shine through while competing in national pageants. The Dresden native who went to LCCVI as a teen and was a 2009 Nicol Scholar will be apart of this years Miss Universe Canada in Toronto. When she was younger Highgate… Read more »

Brooke-Alvinston shows what pie can do

Auction raises $30,900 For 26 years, people have opened their wallets and their hearts at the massive pie auction which opens the Brooke-Alvinston-Watford Fall Fair. But this year was unlike any other. And one special little pie started it all off. The auction started in 1991 and raised $2,800 for a little girl from Bright’s… Read more »

Lambton Heritage Museum to close until February for renovations

One of Lambton’s cultural centers is closing for renovations. Lambton Heritage Museum will be closed starting Oct. 16 for major renovations which includes removing walls, improving the heating and cooling system, new flooring and some new lighting. Corporate Cultural Officer Andrew Meyer says this is the final phase of a four-year renovation plan. While the… Read more »