Turbines and the shrinking population on the mind of students

It seems there are few places politicians can go without being asked about industrial wind turbines. Take Dawn-Euphemia Councilors for example, who held their municipal council meeting at Dawn-Euphemia Public School Monday for Local Government Week. Students from three classes observed a council meeting for about an hour before they had an opportunity to ask… Read more »

Students dream big after hearing Hadfield

David Loerts thinks someday he’s like to run the Canadarm at the International Space Station. The 12 year-old student from Wyoming Public School is dreaming big after listening to Sarnia-born astronaut Chris Hadfield. The former commander of the ISS kept an audience of hundreds of school children from across the region engaged as he gave… Read more »

Auctioning a piece of Enniskillen’s history

A piece of Enniskillen history is about to be auctioned off and dismantled. Township council recently decided to sell the Shiloh Community Centre. It will be up for auction Oct. 28 at 5 pm and one of the few conditions is that the building be taken down. Mayor Kevin Marriott says it was a difficult… Read more »