Meeting Charlie at Ag in the Classroom

Christian Campbell, a Grade 3 student at Queen Elizabeth II School in Petrolia, took a hands on approach during the Plympton-Wyoming Agricultural Society’s Ag in the Classroom Day Tuesday. Campbell was intrigued by Charlie the cow and followed her around the pen as the farmer talked about how big she was and how much she… Read more »

Caring on King Street

Tanya Pilon of Croton was one of about 250 people who put aside their regular work Tuesday to join the Sarnia-Lambton United Way’s Day of Caring. Pilon, who works in Lambton College’s finance department, was working with a crew from INEOS Styrolutions at Lambton County Developmental Services’ office on King Street. The crew of eight… Read more »

Cutting a furrow at 10

Kyle Ross peeks underneath the steering wheel of his tractor in an effort to make his furrow as straight as an arrow. He wants to do it just right because he’s been waiting for a long time to be part of the Lambton County Plowing Match. Ross is just 10 and his mom, Rachel, says… Read more »

Wammes headed to Italy for world championships

Dawn-Euphemia’s Nick Wammes is heading to Italy this week to compete in the Junior Track Cycling World Championships. The 18-year-old was named to the national team in June, however he was pretty confident that he would make the cut after an April race. Wammes competed in last year’s Junior Championships in Switzerland where he placed… Read more »