New Banner downtown

If you have driven through the downtown in the past week, you have undoubtedly seen the United Way’s ‘Unignorable’ banner that spans the width of our commercial district. Deputy Mayor and Town Councillor Rob Edney and Leslie Edney have spearheaded a number of fundraising initiatives this year as the Chairs of St. Marys’ United Way…

Veteran McIntyre will be counted on for leadership

Forward from Lucan starting his third season with the Lincolns By Pat Payton Justin McIntyre is the lone 20-year-old on the St. Marys Lincolns at the present time. And the third-year forward from Lucan will be counted on to be a team leader this GOJHL season. “With Justin being here three years, he’s seen this…

Lincolns involved in low-scoring affairs last Friday

By Pat Payton STRATFORD – The St. Marys Lincolns were involved in a couple of low-scoring affairs here last Friday night at the Allman Arena. The home-town Warriors won both exhibition games, 2-0 and 3-1. Both games were 55-minutes and straight time, with no-body contact. After playing 4-on-4 the previous week, the teams played 5-on-5…

DeBoer helps U19 Blue get 4-4 mini-league tie

By Pat Payton Jaydn DeBoer clicked for three points as the St. Marys U19 Blue squad skated to a 4-4 mini-league ringette tie with the Mitchell Stingers Sunday at the PRC. DeBoer had two goals and helped set up another, while Kaitie Gratton and Kierra Batten added the single tallies for the Snipers. Mel Martin…

Former Lincoln signs two-way contract with Oilers

Seth Griffith led Manitoba of the AHL in scoring the past two seasons By Pat Payton Former St. Marys Lincolns’ sniper Seth Griffith is taking another shot at the NHL with the Edmonton Oilers. Early in the NHL’s free-agency period, the 27-year-old forward from Wallaceburg signed a two-year, two-way contract with the Oilers. Griffith spent…

Three housing projects approved by Town Council

By Spencer Seymour, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Three housing projects were given the green light at last Tuesday’s final St. Marys Town Council meeting of 2020. All projects are subject to minor administrative changes but, for the most part, the planning for each project is completed. The first project discussed was a proposed subdivision at…