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    Burton going back to China

    Oct 23 • 154 Views • No Comments

    The day after the municipal election, Chatham-Kent’s head of economic development is flying east. Michael Burton and an unnamed Canadian investor are winging their way to China to hook up with the provincial trade mission in Beijing. “We’ll connect with...

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    50%-Plus-1 Oct. 23

    Oct 23 • 59 Views • No Comments

    Four days until the municipal election. More community support for our 50%-Plus-1 drive! Keep them coming and be sure to vote!...

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    Something to ponder

    Oct 23 • 75 Views • No Comments

    As we’ve tragically seen this week, people are dying for your right to vote. How can you possibly let them down...

  • Deb Veccia, supervisor of parks and horticulture in Chatham, and Dr. April Rietdyk, director of public health, feel the burn on the outdoor fitness equipment at Kingston Park. The municipality held an official unveiling Oct. 16. The equipment was installed in late August.

    C-K staff show off FitPark

    Oct 23 • 71 Views • No Comments

    Municipal officials unveiled outdoor fitness equipment Thursday at Kingston Park. The equipment was installed in late August. It’s the third set of FitPark outdoor equipment in Chatham-Kent, as Tilbury and Blenheim also have similar open-air workout...

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    Burton going back to China

    Oct 23 • 154 Views • The day after the municipal election, Chatham-Kent’s head of economic development is flying east. Michael Burton and an...

  • 50%-Plus-1 Oct. 23

    Four days until the municipal election. More community support for our 50%-Plus-1 drive! Keep them...

  • Something to ponder

    As we’ve tragically seen this week, people are dying for your right to vote. How can you possibly...

  • C-K staff show off FitPark

    Municipal officials unveiled outdoor fitness equipment Thursday at Kingston Park. The equipment was...

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Concert to benefit hospice

Oct 21 • 69 Views • No Comments

Linnea Good is coming to town Oct. 29. The concert, in support of the Chatham-Kent Hospice, is a joint effort by St. Paul’s United Church and Victoria Avenue United...

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Thamesville native meets an idol

Thamesville native Caitlyn Weaver nearly pinched herself Sept. 6. “When I woke up the next morning, I thought, ‘Did that really happen...

Sep 25 • 560 Views

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Screening proceeds headed to United Way

The net proceeds from the screening of the ‘Daughter of the King’ scheduled for Sept. 24, at 7 p.m. at St. Clair College Capital...

Sep 18 • 274 Views

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‘Shameless Propoganda’ screening Sept. 26

The Thames Art Gallery, the Chatham-Kent Public Library and Culture Days presents Last Friday Features at the Cultural Centre. On Sept. 26,...

Sep 18 • 199 Views

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Deb Veccia, supervisor of parks and horticulture in Chatham, and Dr. April Rietdyk, director of public health, feel the burn on the outdoor fitness equipment at Kingston Park. The municipality held an official unveiling Oct. 16. The equipment was installed in late August.

C-K staff show off FitPark

Oct 23 • 71 Views • No Comments

Municipal officials unveiled outdoor fitness equipment Thursday at Kingston Park. The equipment was installed in late August. It’s the third set of FitPark outdoor...

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Let the experts check out your butt

Colorectal cancer is a killer – with a survival rate of 90% if people would just get their head out of their butts...

Oct 23 • 72 Views

Devon Hansen, Edwina Rawlings, Brenda Kent and John Keech examine some letters from the late 19th century regarding St. Andrews United Church.

St. Andrew’s celebrates 180 years

This weekend’s 180th anniversary events at St. Andrew’s United Church are not only a recognition of where the...

Oct 22 • 137 Views

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$75K to CKHA

The Rotary Club of Wallaceburg recently donated $75,000 to the Foundation of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA)...

Oct 21 • 98 Views

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Burton going back to China

Oct 23 • 154 Views • No Comments

The day after the municipal election, Chatham-Kent’s head of economic development is flying east. Michael Burton and an unnamed Canadian investor are winging their way...

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Local resident wins $25K in Truck Dynasty event

A Chatham-Kent resident won $25,000 in Chatham Chrysler’s Truck Dynasty contest this month. The contest involved bringing a mailed ballot...

Oct 23 • 49 Views

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Essay writing course launched

Local editing firm Scribendi.com has launched its first online training course on Udemy. The course, “How to Write an Essay in Five Easy...

Oct 21 • 61 Views

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Brightenview folks back in C-K

Officials with Brightenview Development International spent three days in Chatham-Kent this week laying plans for the firm’s proposed...

Oct 17 • 464 Views

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Concussion can’t stop Charisma

Oct 22 • 250 Views • No Comments

Daredevils don’t usually come in such small packages. But most of them aren’t Charisma Markovic. The 18-year-old Chatham girl recovered from a vicious accident on...

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Evans aims high

There are no mountains in Chatham-Kent, and you’d be hard pressed to find a significant hill. That fact however,...

Oct 21 • 178 Views

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Candidates agree C-K needs new ice pads

When casting a vote Oct. 27 in the municipal election, there will be many hot topics on voters’ minds. In Chatham,...

Oct 14 • 357 Views

The boys head out on the course at the annual Catholic cross-country meet held at Thames Grove Conservation Area on Saturday.

Aaand they’re off!

The boys head out on the course at the annual Catholic cross-country meet held at Thames Grove Conservation Area on...

Oct 7 • 405 Views

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