Pan-Am Flame Scorches Through Wallaceburg, Pick-up Catches On Fire In Drive Way, Missing Sarnia Women, And More!

 

THE PAN AM TORCH HAS WORKED IT’S WAY THROUGH DOWNTOWN WALLACEBURG THIS AFTERNOON WITH HUNDREDS TURNING OUT TO CHEER ON THE RUNNERS CARRYING THE TORCH. THE TORCH WILL MAKE IT’S WAY THROUGH CHATHAM AND THEN ON TO WINDSOR.

DAMAGE IS PEGGED AT 30 THOUSAND DOLLARS AFTER A PICKUP TRUCK CAUGHT FIRE IN A DRIVEWAY IN CHATHAM THIS MORNING. FIREFIGHTERS RESPONDED TO THE CALL ON GLADSTONE AVENUE AND PUT OUT THE FIRE, THERE WERE NO INJURIES.

DON’T BE SURPRISED TO SEE MORE PEOPLE HEADING FOR CHATHAM-KENT, WHERE THEIR HOUSING DOLLARS WILL GO A LONG WAY. YESTERDAYS NATIONAL NUMBERS FOR MAY SHOWED THE AVERAGE RESALE PRICE IN CANADA WAS 450 THOUSAND DOLLARS. NOW WE LEARN THE AVERAGE RESALE PRICE FOR MAY IN CHATHAM – KENT WAS 158 THOUSAND. HOME SALES IN CHATHAM- KENT WERE UP 1.5 PER CENT LAST MONTH.

SARNIA POLICE ARE LOOKING FOR A MISSING WOMAN AND ASKING FOR THE PUBLIC’S HELP. 50 YEAR OLD KATHERINE SPERO HAS NOT BEEN SEEN SINCE JUNE 6TH. POLICE FOUND HER CAR, A WHITE 2006 HONDA CIVIC AT THE SOUTH END OF INDIAN ROAD THREE DAYS LATER. THEY ALSO SAY SHE HAD A PHONE CONVERSATION WITH HER BOSS JUNE 12TH. SHE IS DESCRIBED AS NATIVE, 5’9, 180 POUNDS WITH SHOULDER LENGTH CURLY HAIR