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    Retro-tastic

    May 25 • 0 Views • No Comments on Retro-tastic

    Last weekend’s 15th annual RetroFest in historic downtown Chatham was “exceptional” according to Business Improvement Area chairman Paul Shettel. “From the weather to the participation to the crowds we couldn’t be happier,” he said. Shettel...

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    Just wouldn’t listen

    May 25 • 0 Views • No Comments on Just wouldn’t listen

    The Chatham-Kent police have arrested a man for breaching his release conditions. On May 14, 2015 the man was released from custody with several conditions. One of those conditions stated that he was to report to police headquarters every Sunday between 8:00...

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    Idiots vandalize trail

    May 25 • 0 Views • No Comments on Idiots vandalize trail

    The Chatham-Kent police are looking for information regarding mischief along a nature trail in Mitchell’s Bay. Sometime late Saturday night or early Sunday morning, unknown suspect(s) damaged ten signs and one large wood carving along the trail. Damage has...

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    The Gut Connection

    May 22 • 0 Views • No Comments on The Gut Connection

    “How are your bowel movements?” The conversation makes young patients giggle, and those of all ages blush, but naturopathic doctors often have long conversations about a patient’s poop. The line of questioning is about more than screening for a bit of...

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    Retro-tastic

    May 25 • 0 Views • Last weekend’s 15th annual RetroFest in historic downtown Chatham was “exceptional” according to Business Improvement...

  • Just wouldn’t listen

    The Chatham-Kent police have arrested a man for breaching his release conditions. On May 14, 2015...

  • Idiots vandalize trail

    The Chatham-Kent police are looking for information regarding mischief along a nature trail in...

  • The Gut Connection

    “How are your bowel movements?” The conversation makes young patients giggle, and those of all...

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Thamesville says good-bye to St. James Church after 148 years

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Ron and Bonnie VanRabaeys of Thamesville pose in 19th century costumes in front of the inscription plaque in the tower of St. James Presbyterian Church, Thamesville. The...

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Clean comedy returns to Chatham

You don’t need to drop the F-bomb to get a laugh. Just ask the folks on the upStanding Comedy Circuit. The clean comedy show returns to...

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Theatre Kent’s final production of the season, Steel Magnolias, will be held May 7-9 in the Kiwanis Theatre at the Chatham Cultural Centre. Here Robyn Brady, Courtney Wells and Louise Stallaert rehearse a scene in Truvy’s Beauty Salon.

Steel Magnolias wraps up Theatre Kent season

Theatre Kent’s final production of the season, Steel Magnolias, is a bittersweet comedy-drama featuring a tearful ending and a new...

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Canadian actor Tyler Mane, who has played such characters as the X-Men’s “Sabertooth” on the big screen, will appear at CK Expo 2015, which takes place May 9 at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre.

CK Expo to take over Bradley Centre May 9

  Hundreds of kids, kids at heart and self-proclaimed geeks will beam into the John D. Bradley Convention Centre May 9 to take part in...

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Home invasion in Tilbury

May 25 • 0 Views • No Comments on Home invasion in Tilbury

The Chatham-Kent police have arrested four men following an incident in Tilbury. Early this morning, the four men attended a residence on Queen Street to speak with a...

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The Gut Connection

“How are your bowel movements?” The conversation makes young patients giggle, and those of all ages blush, but...

May 22 • 0 Views

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Fighting a disease and the medical establishment

  An inflexible medical establishment is standing in the way of treatment which could help untold thousands of...

May 20 • 0 Views

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Colby urges caution, not panic in dealing with Lyme disease

Distinctive bullseye rash which can be a signal of Lyme disease infection.   With proper precautions there is no...

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Just Pipe’s Tyler Clarke showcases some of what the company offers to rural landowners in terms of improved drainage.

Water control product made in C-K benefits environment and farms

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    Interest is growing in a product made by a Cedar Springs company that not only helps farmers boost crop yields, but can also improve water quality and...

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Brightenview building delayed

  Chatham-Kent economic development officials aren’t overly concerned a $45-million Blenheim-area development is delayed....

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Ray and Chris Moorhouse of Lambton Conveyor with a model of one of their grain bins constructed in Wallaceburg and sold around the world.

Fifty years and going strong

  In 1965, Ray Moorhouse went looking for a grain dryer for his farm near Florence. After going through the process, he thought he...

Apr 22 • 0 Views

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From LITE to COOL

Blackburn Radio is replacing “soft and sleepy” with something a little more cool, according to its general manager. As of 10 a.m. this...

Apr 16 • 0 Views

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Home invasion in Tilbury

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The Chatham-Kent police have arrested four men following an incident in Tilbury. Early this morning, the four men attended a residence on Queen Street to speak with a...

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Hoop dreams coming true for C-K teen

A dream that began as a four-year-old in Kailua, Hawaii is taking 17-year-old Marley Blommers from Chatham to...

May 6 • 0 Views

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Commitment breeds excellence at Lauriston

Some say you have to hit rock bottom before climbing to the top, and that’s what happened for the Victor Lauriston...

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Chatham native Sarah Woods, 16, has enjoyed a season of firsts as the goalie for the U16 London Lynx AA ringette team. The squad captured the provincial title and won silver at nationals in Wood Buffalo, Alta. Getting there was also a thrill for the goalie, as it was her first time on a plane.

Lord (Lady) of the rings

  As more and more young girls are chasing pucks these days, choosing hockey over ringette, Chatham’s Sarah...

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