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    Rocky Horror Show

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      St. Clair College’s three-year musical theatre students performed the Rocky Horror Show at the Capital Theatre earlier this month. The musical theatre program provides a triple threat of singing, dancing and acting for students.   Mark Benoit...

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    Fourth Street roadwork

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    Spring is here (kind of) and with it comes construction season. Fourth Street in downtown Chatham will suffer through about a month’s worth of construction, starting Monday, as crews will replace a water main. As a result, the southbound parking and driving...

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    Keep the fire burning

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    ‎ Chatham’s Amber Laurie receives the Liberation Flame on behalf of all Canadian Cyclists on the 2015 Frank Graham Cycle Liberation Tour in Markelo, Netherlands. A group of young men and women from Chatham and Midland are touring Europe by bike,...

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    United Way names ’15 co-chairs

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      The passing of the campaign torch took place April 22 at the United Way. Kelly Bayda and Aimee June will head the 2015 United Way of Chatham-Kent campaign, taking over for Margery and Dean Muharrem, who headed the 2014 effort. Bayda moved to Chatham in...

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    Rocky Horror Show

    Apr 24 • 0 Views •   St. Clair College’s three-year musical theatre students performed the Rocky Horror Show at the Capital Theatre...

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    Spring is here (kind of) and with it comes construction season. Fourth Street in downtown Chatham...

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    ‎ Chatham’s Amber Laurie receives the Liberation Flame on behalf of all Canadian Cyclists...

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      The passing of the campaign torch took place April 22 at the United Way. Kelly Bayda and...

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Rocky Horror Show

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  St. Clair College’s three-year musical theatre students performed the Rocky Horror Show at the Capital Theatre earlier this month. The musical theatre program...

From left, Zach Kaniecki, Kelsey Sinasac, and Maddy Vasey play Lurch, Morticia and Wednesday respectively in the upcoming play “The Addams Family,” staged by Ursuline College Chatham, starting April 15.

Addams Family comes to UCC stage

The 20th performance put on by students at Ursuline College Chatham is in good – and familiar – hands. The driving forces overseeing...

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Vocalist Maria Whittal, daughter of Kiwanis Music Festival alumni Rachel Schwarz, rehearses a musical theatre solo for the 69th Grand Concert at the Kiwanis Theatre on April 22. The event showcased the best talent of this year's Chatham Kiwanis Music Festival.

Kiwanis Music Fest underway

The Chatham Kiwanis Music Festival turned 70 this year, and kicked off today. The event, featuring music students from across Chatham-Kent,...

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Radio CK is on the air

In less than a month, an all-local online radio station went from an idea on social media to reality. Radio CK (radiock.ca) was conceived...

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Keep the fire burning

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‎ Chatham’s Amber Laurie receives the Liberation Flame on behalf of all Canadian Cyclists on the 2015 Frank Graham Cycle Liberation Tour in Markelo, Netherlands....

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The sweet spot: Optimal levels of the sunshine vitamin

Sunlight is at a premium these dreary days. After a long-cold winter, the anticipation of sunny summer afternoons...

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From left, Chatham-Kent Secondary School students Rebekah Thompson, Chloe Aitken-Botting and Abby Shaw plant a tree on municipal property near the Chatham Water Treatment Plant on Earth Day.

Prairie project underway in Chatham

Students from two local high schools churned up soil on Earth Day in an effort to turn a patch of grass into natural...

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Group shot – Ina Aby, Ron White and Peter Shillington look over plans for the new Blenheim and Community Senior Centre.

Bursting at the seams

In a classic case of filling a need, the Blenheim and Community Senior Centre is preparing to break ground for a new...

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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

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

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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...

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Target fallout: Too early to speculate, Bradley says

More than two months after Target announced it was pulling out of Canada, a local commercial landlord said there are still more questions...

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Re/Max on the grow

One year after purchasing Re/Max Chatham-Kent Realty, owner Rocky Gaudrault has opened an office in Tilbury. “We’re committed to...

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Commitment breeds excellence at Lauriston

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Some say you have to hit rock bottom before climbing to the top, and that’s what happened for the Victor Lauriston senior boys’ basketball team. A year after the...

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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R.I.P., Geroge Aitken

The local hockey community is mourning the loss of one of its most iconic figures. George Aitken, a member of the...

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Chad Peterson: The man behind the plan

When Chad Peterson moved to Chatham, he instantly fell in love with our local hockey community. Now, several years...

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