Two Home Games this Weekend for Lincolns

Tonight vs. Strathroy; Sunday at 2:00 p.m. vs. St. Thomas By Stewart Grant It’s a big weekend in town for the St. Marys Lincolns. Coming off of a big 7-2 win against Sarnia in their last home game on November 3rd, the Lincolns are hoping that this weekend’s games at the Pyramid Recreation Centre will…

Remembrance seminar at the St. Marys Museum

During this week of Remembrance, it is worthwhile thinking about life a century ago in Canada and in St. Marys. The upcoming seminar, Thursday evening, November 16, at the St. Marys Museum – Voices from 1917 – aims to provide a bit of the flavour of that significant year. 1917 was filled with events that…

St. Marys Rotary Club tribute to Veterans

Photo caption: Pictured from left to right are Rotary Past District Governor Michael Atkins and his wife Marg, Katherine Malcolm and Past President and speaker Stan Malcolm and Stan’s daughter Colleen Burghart. For over thirty years the Rotary Club of St.Marys has entertained the Veterans of St. Marys and area observing Remembrance thanks mostly to the…

Heroically Stepping up to Fight Evil

Two brave Texans stopped Church Shooter By Stewart Grant Every November, we take time to remember and acknowledge the ultimate sacrifices made by our nation’s brave soldiers who died fighting for our freedom. When called upon in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and throughout our nation’s ongoing peacekeeping efforts, our armed…

Town Remembrance Day Ceremony on Saturday

Starts at 10.45 AM Mayor Strathdee will lead a Remembrance Day ceremony at the Town Hall Cenotaph on Saturday, November 11 at 10:45 a.m. The mayor will be assisted by the Royal Canadian Legion, the Army and Navy, Assistant Padre William Stanger, Alan Lounds, Fire Chief Richard Anderson, Matthew Corbett, Tom Osgerby and John Nater…

Town hires new Economic development Manager

Kelly Deeks-Johnson starts early December The Town of St. Marys have announced that Kelly Deeks-Johnson has been hired as the new Economic Development Manager. Deeks-Johnson had been a contract employee previously for the Town as Fundraiser Coordinator for the PRC. Town CAO Brent Kittmer said that “the Town is very pleased to see Kelly rejoining…

Councillors cite citizen concerns about gravel roads

Perth South Council Meeting Recap By Stewart Grant Councillors Bill Jeffrey and Sam Corriveau each voiced concerns on behalf of constituents regarding the state of certain gravel roads within the municipality during Tuesday morning’s Perth South Council Meeting. “I’ve had a lot of calls about this gravel road [referring to County Road 122 heading into…