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Remembering friends lost and family left at home

John Hunter can tell you many stories about his time of service in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War, but there are some too painful to share. The 92-year-old resident of the Lambtonian apartment in Petrolia is one of two men featured in the Hall of Honour in the building. Hunter volunteered… Read more »

Cyclists ready for 24-hours of fundraising

Miranda Cole is ready to put her troops to work and it is not going to be easy. Cole, who works at the Fitness Center at the Oil Heritage District Community Centre, has organized the second annual Tour of Duty, a 24- hour fitness event to raise money for families of people serving in the… Read more »

Smith hopes to lead team Fanshawe to Canadian Championship

  When Clint Smith hits the cross-country course at Humber College Saturday he’ll run the first six-kilometers with his legs and the last two with his heart. The Brigden native will be leading the Fanshawe College team at the Canadian Championship this weekend in Toronto. Smith and his team became the first program to win… Read more »