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Plympton-Wyoming farmer plants sunflowers to honour Max

The six rolling acres of sunflowers in front of Brian Schoonjans’ Douglas Line home remind him of Max Rombouts. Max was two and the son of one of his seed customers, Kevin and Jamie Rombouts. Just days after he was born, doctors found out the little boy had leukemia. There was treatment for more than… Read more »

LaSalle Agri pleads guilty in biosolids bylaw case

A Lambton County company has plead guilty to operating a commercial operation on agricultural zoned land in Sarnia Court. Warwick Township laid the charge against LaSalle Agri after a pile of biosolids it was storing at the corner of Nauvoo Road and Highway 402 grew beyond what the municipality expected. Since January – after the… Read more »

First Dawn-Euphemia mayor, Bill Bilton, passes away

Just a month after he officially retired from politics, Bill Bilton has died. Bilton, who was the first mayor of Dawn-Euphemia and Warden of Lambton County, had served in local politics for over 35 years. Bilton was first elected in Nov. 1982 as a councillor in Euphemia Township. He was the deputy reeve and then… Read more »

Plympton-Wyoming offering town property to get internet services

Plympton-Wyoming may give two internet companies free space on municipal property to help get internet service to the community. Internet access has long been a problem in Plympton-Wyoming, particularly along the shores of Lake Huron where hundreds of new homes will be developed in the next few years. It’s a problem all of rural Lambton… Read more »