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    Where will Wallaceburg get its water?

    Nov 27 • 76 Views • No Comments

    Consultants hired by the Chatham-Kent PUC are recommending that Wallaceburg receive its drinking water from Chatham. Dozens of people attended a public meeting at the UAW Hall in Wallaceburg Nov. 26 to discuss possible water sources. Stantec Consulting Ltd....

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    Bus involved in fender bender

    Nov 27 • 142 Views • No Comments

    A school bus driver faces charges after a bus and car collided on Forest Street in Chatham Thursday Wednesday afternoon. Police say there were kids on the bus at the time of the collision, but fortunately no one was injured. Damage is estimated at $1,800. The...

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    Steering towards adulthood

    Nov 26 • 85 Views • No Comments

    With orientation out of the way and installation on the horizon, Chatham-Kent councillors have a brief moment to get ready for the large task ahead as they take our community forward. At the end of the coming term, Chatham-Kent will be 20 years old and on its...

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    Victorian Christmas event returns

    Nov 26 • 55 Views • No Comments

    The Salvation Army again plays host to a Victorian-era Christmas event. On Nov. 29 at its Orangewood Boulevard facility, the Army hosts performances of A Caroler’s Christmas at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Step back in time through live music and historic carols as a...

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Chatham native to perform in Memphis

Nov 26 • 140 Views • No Comments

Michael Schatte needn’t have worried about his blues credentials. After having mixed feelings before entering the Great Lakes Blues Society’s Road to Memphis...

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Group gearing up for children’s book campaign

The job of reading will be enhanced by the goodwill of local residents again this Christmas as IMAGINATIONink is co-ordinating its Books...

Nov 25 • 66 Views

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Local writer wins provincial award

  John Kissick, a local curator and writer, has won a Curatorial Writing Award of Short Text for the essay “Racing to the un-finish...

Nov 20 • 87 Views

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New exhibit coming to art gallery

The Thames Art Gallery is opening a new exhibition shortly featuring a Toronto-based artist. Lowell Bradshaw’s large-scale oil paintings...

Nov 20 • 82 Views

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Victorian Christmas event returns

Nov 26 • 55 Views • No Comments

The Salvation Army again plays host to a Victorian-era Christmas event. On Nov. 29 at its Orangewood Boulevard facility, the Army hosts performances of A Caroler’s...

Alyssa Doherty, left, and Crystal Gage perform during the Respect Revolution anti-bullying show at Harwich Raleigh Public School last week.

Delivering anti-bullying message

After six years and hundreds of performances before thousands of children, Ron Coristine sum’s up his involvement in...

Nov 26 • 80 Views


A Dickens December

The Chatham-Kent Public Library has a busy schedule planned to celebrate A Dickens December. In honour of Charles...

Nov 26 • 51 Views

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Off they go!

Well, this just got real! After months of planning, selling, dreaming and organizing we are in the air, on our way to...

Nov 26 • 336 Views


Stewart Beck, president and CEO of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, speaks at a luncheon in Chatham Nov. 25.

Asian investment worth pursuing

Nov 25 • 107 Views • No Comments

The head of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) spoke at a luncheon in Chatham Tuesday, commending the municipality in focusing on enticing investment...

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Battery boy powers up Goodfellows

In the wake of last week’s theft of toys and batteries from the Goodfellows storage location, the Card family of Battery Boy stepped up...

Nov 24 • 514 Views

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Union Gas hits Globe’s top 100 list

A local business made its way into the 16th annual list of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. Union Gas is on the list, which is compiled by The...

Nov 5 • 323 Views

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Early days for young entrepreneurs

They shuffle in; some dressed in sweats and jeans, some in business attire, notebooks in one hand and dreams in the other. It’s 6 a.m. on...

Oct 30 • 384 Views

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Minor Bantam Cyclones win, tie

Nov 26 • 41 Views • No Comments

The Chatham-Kent Minor Bantam Cyclones lived up to their name on the weekend, enjoying a whirlwind of success Saturday. They hosted and flattened Lambton 8-0. Lucas...


U12 Thunder fall in Dorchester

The Chatham Thunder U12 Thunder hit the road on the weekend, falling 5-4 to Dorchester. Rosie Warner led the way for...

Nov 26 • 30 Views


Pool Sharks bite in London

The Chatham-Kent Pool Sharks enjoyed a solid weekend in London recently at the Nothers Invitational Swim Meet. Sharks...

Nov 26 • 47 Views

Chatham Maroon netminder Bo Bessette is the main moustache behind the team’s Mo-roons Movember drive.

’Staches for cash

Bo knows fundraising. That’s Bo Bessette, not Bo Jackson, of the Chatham Maroons, um, we mean Mo-roons. Bessette is...

Nov 25 • 161 Views

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