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Sarnia and Lambton County This Week is a weekly publication that has a county-wide circulation of over 40,000. Launched in 1953 as the Sarnia Gazette by (future Sarnia Mayor) Marceil Saddy and Jack Fullerton, the paper was a trailblazing and distinctive publication dedicated to covering local politics, business, culture and education with vigour. Known for its hard-hitting editorials, eye-catching headlines, compelling weekly columns and cast of colourful characters in the newsroom, the paper grew along with the community after the post-war boom, covering everything from school board meetings to high school track meets to municipal council meetings across rural Lambton County. The paper contained in-depth features of the region's emerging 'Chemical Valley', provided comprehensive coverage of Sarnia's burgeoning sports scene and also contained stories showcasing individuals, organizations and companies who made a real difference in the development of the community. After changing its name to Sarnia and Lambton County This Week in 1991, the paper has continued to touch the lives of residents in the community by covering stories near and dear to their hearts. Whether reporting on town festivals from Brooke-Alvinston to Watford to Forest, agricultural issues affecting the region's farmers, council meetings from various municipalities or human interest stories from the region's 123,000 residents, Sarnia and Lambton County This Week continues to focus on the issues that matter to the community that has supported it over the past 66 years.