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    Seeing into the smoke

    Aug 29 • 40 Views • No Comments

    Chatham-Kent Firefighter James Labombard shows Enbridge Green Energy staffers, from left, John Bridges, site supervisor for the Talbot Wind Farm, and Ian MacRobbie, general manager, how a thermal imaging camera can detect heat sources. Enbridge donated...

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    Prairie Siding Bridge to close for a day Sept. 8

    Aug 29 • 42 Views • No Comments

    For regular users of the Prairie Siding Bridge, you will have to make alternate plans Sept. 8. The municipality will be shutting the bridge from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. that Monday for planned bridge maintenance. The nearest bridge over the Thames River is on Keil...

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    Cops charge shoplifter

    Aug 29 • 70 Views • No Comments

    Police say they nabbed a woman yesterday who was toting goods stolen from two different stores. At about 12:30 p.m., Chatham-Kent police say they received a call from a St. Clair Street store where an employee tried to stop a suspected shoplifter, and was...

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    Brent joins the mayoral fray

    Aug 29 • 136 Views • No Comments

    Steve Brent, come on down! You’re the latest contestant on the race for mayor! Brent, of Wallaceburg, today became the sixth person to file nomination papers to run for mayor in Chatham-Kent in this fall’s municipal election. He joins Jeff Bultje,...

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Jonny Harris, host of the TV show "Of All Places," will explore North and South Buxton this month for a future airing of the show on CBC.

TV show to highlight North, South Buxton

Aug 27 • 510 Views • No Comments

Of all places for a film company to select, OAP Productions Inc. chose North and South Buxton. Actually, Cara Lewis-Watts, said it’s an excellent location for an...


Artist reception set for Friday

The artist reception for “Other Histories” by Toronto-based artist Amin Rehman takes place Friday night. The reception is at 7 p.m. at...

Aug 21 • 109 Views

Kris Hicks of Kris Hicks Art in London displayed her love of rustic and natural elements with paintings and photographs like this one that was a hit in the beach community of Erieau.

Art on the Boulevard packs them into Erieau

Kris Hicks of Kris Hicks Art in London displayed her love of rustic and natural elements with paintings and photographs like this one that...

Aug 4 • 412 Views

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Cornell dancers attend North American championships

Students from the Chatham-based Cornell School of Irish Dance, travelled to Montreal for the North American Championships recently. Andrea...

Jul 16 • 494 Views

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“Superman” Doug Robbins proudly rips open his dress shirt to display the Maple City Mile T-shirt underneath.

Maple City Mile runs on Sunday

Aug 28 • 72 Views • No Comments

Just a reminder that the third annual Maple City Mile run will jog through Chatham on Sunday. The run, in support of Heart & Stroke, is open to everyone....

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Golf tourney raises $6,000 for charity

Chris McLeod and Jordon Matteis, centre left and centre right, present the proceeds from the recent seventh annual Nik...

Aug 28 • 50 Views



By Katrina Squazzin EatingSOBER is not about losing weight; it’s about choices. That’s the mindset of program...

Aug 28 • 190 Views

Kim O’Neil showcases some of the items he’s collected over the years in his barn on Stewart Line near Wallaceburg.

Rural life tribute housed in a barn

Walking into Kim O’Neil’s barn is like walking into the set of a Canadian Pickers television show. Some people have...

Aug 28 • 141 Views



Loucks named to board of Highbank Resources

Aug 28 • 68 Views • No Comments

Bill Loucks, who heads up the Chatham-Kent office of Collins Barrow, has been appointed to the board of a B.C. aggregate exploration and development company. Loucks, the...


Planting a new seed in C-K

A new local seed corn production company is putting down roots in Chatham-Kent. Well, it’s essentially extending the root structures of...

Aug 26 • 1005 Views


Council ponders rail line in private

Municipal staff and council members aren’t saying much about Wednesday’s closed session of council. Council met to receive an update on...

Aug 14 • 187 Views

Teams enjoy a friendly game of beach volleyball at Chatham’s Portuguese Canadian Club. Thanks to the hard work of volunteers, the club offers two nights of volleyball a week, and has a patio area overlooking the action.

Club expands its outdoor offerings

A local club is taking the next step in its evolution and it’s having a lot of fun doing it. Through the efforts of the Chatham’s...

Aug 13 • 190 Views

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Championship dedicated to former player, GM

Aug 27 • 83 Views • No Comments

When the Wallaceburg Intermediate Griffins lacrosse team took to the floor for their Ontario Lacrosse Association championship earlier this month, the team had an extra...

Clark Green, shown here kicking with the Concordia Stingers. (Photo courtesy Brianna Thicke)

Green airs it out for Concordia

He could have landed closer to home, but just like the length of his kicks, Chatham football player Clark Green landed...

Aug 26 • 80 Views

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Kyle Patrick’s on a racing roll

Nine years separated Kyle Patrick from his first and second career feature wins at South Buxton Raceway. It only took...

Aug 25 • 111 Views

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Ontario Topless Sprints return to South Buxton

Kyle Patrick topped the Southern Ontario Sprints. Now, he hopes to top the topless. The Tilbury Tornado returns to...

Aug 21 • 135 Views

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