THE EDITOR would like to humbly promote this as a good, cheap read ($5)! Just delivered and in stores today, or leave your name on an order list at the library. (And timely- after yesterdays power outage – we almost enjoyed a long Amish day!)
– Durrell, Walter Raymond; of Springfield; on Dec. 12; in his 78th year; Cremation has taken place; Visitation 1pm, Memorial Service 2pm Thursday at Springfield Lions Hall.
“ERIE THAMES ‘IN THE DARK’ ABOUT AYLMER TUESDAY IN THE DARK!”
(This info was supplied by Scott Brooks of Erie Thames Power relating to yesterdays short blackout in town)
“As of this afternoon (Tuesday) the cause of the power interruption Tuesday morning at approx. 8:15 am remains unknown. What we do know is the breaker on the Aylmer M1 feeder locked open. After discussion with the Hydro One Network Operating Centre they attempted to close the breaker and it was successful which restored power to the affected customers at approx 8:30 am. Crews from Erie Thames Powerlines patrolled the feeder but found no visible cause for the interruption.”
EESS BOYS BASKETBALL TUESDAY:
– EESS 61, WESS 40
– Cornelissen 30, Morse 20; EESS Record 3-0
– EESS Girls Hockey, host Parkside
– EESS Coffee House tonight at 7:00pm -$5.00 entry fee
AYLMER POLICE REPORT:
– A Tillsonburg man reported to Police that the hood of his car had been walked on and dented Monday morning, 12:40 am, as it was parked near the Central Hotel.
– There were two RIDE programs in town last week, 400 vehicles stopped on Wednesday afternoon and 500 vehicles stopped on Sunday night – some cellphone warnings.
– In court on Dec. 8, a 51-year old Aylmer man was charged with breach of curfew from Dec. 3 and was given 30 days in jail and an 18-year old Aylmer female was found guilty of breach of probation and given a $200 fine for a violation in August. Also a 21-year old Aylmer male was found guilty of illegal possession of oxycontin and given 10 days served and 15 more days from an offence last February. A 21-year old Aylmer female was also guilty of possession and given nine months probabtion and a suspended sentence and a 54-year old Aylmer woman was found not guilty of trafficking from the same incident.