VIA will stop in Wyoming again

Wyoming is back on the map. Sarnia-Lambton MP Pat Davidson and VIA Rail have announced that come Dec. 9 there will be some major changes to passenger rail service including the reinstatement of the Wyoming stop on the way to Toronto. Community leaders have been complaining for years about VIA’s service in the area. Last… Read more »

Celebrating Christmas on Shiloh Line

For Irvine Syer, every Christmas concert could use just one more practice. Syer should know – he’s been one of the driving forces behind 30 years of Christmas celebrations at the Shiloh United Church. Syer and Shiloh Inwood Choir start practicing at the church on Shiloh Line in October. You’ll find them there every Wednesday… Read more »

Hi (Five) Santa

Hayden Sitzes, 4, of Oil Springs gets up close and personal with Santa Claus during Oil Springs’ second Jingle Bell Walk. Close to 100 people walked to the village office to watch the lighting of the Christmas Tree then returned to the Youth Center for some face-time with Santa and a little bingo fun.  

Movember Madness at St. Phillips

Students and staff at St. Phillip’s Catholic School in Petrolia were raising money for can- cer research during Movember. Teacher Greg Vandenberg grew a ‘stach with the rest of the men on staff and students and their families pledged money to help. Friday, the students donned their own moustaches including Darrin Bowen, left, Aisha Sayers… Read more »