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Miss Retrofest is revamped

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The Downtown Chatham Centre is announcing that the Miss Retrofest online photo contest has been revamped and is continuing for 2016 in time for Retrofest weekend on May...


Kiwanis winners to shine at Grand Concert

  The best of the best at the 71st annual Kiwanis Music Festival will be performing next Tuesday in the event’s Grand Concert....

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Festival wraps up

Competition in the 71st annual Kiwanis Music Festival wrapped up Wednesday.The grand concert of festival winners will be held April 26 at...

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We’ve got the music

Musical strings and vocals were the order of the day Tuesday at the 71st annual Kiwanis Music Festival included. More than 700 entries were...

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Your child’s emotional needs

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No matter how intelligent or creative a parent or caregiver may be in trying to stay emotionally connected with their child, they soon come to realize that the greatest...


CK youth festival slated for June 4

The Optimist Club of Chatham and the municipality’s Recreation Programs are set to host the ninth annual CK youth...

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Relay reasoning varies for each person

When you are involved in a Relay for Life fundraiser, the question participants are always encouraged to answer and...

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ECE students head abroad

Two of St. Clair College’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) students headed off to China this week to experience the...

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Bayside brew hits local liquor stores

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Craving a can of Long Pond Lager? Look no further than one of two LCBOs in Chatham-Kent. The folks at Bayside Brewing Co. are all smiles these days after learning the...

The Chatham and District Chamber of Commerce held its 128th annual awards night. Award winners included, front row left to right, Joanne Vansevenant, Jennifer Wilson, and Jacklyn Janssen. In the back row are Dave Barnier, Sue and Mike Korpan, Jeff McFadden, Bill Loucks and Mike Kilby.

Local businesses take a bow

A full house of 250 people packed Club Lentinas to honour community business leaders at the 128th annual Chatham and District Chamber of...

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A golf course on a mission

About the only mission statement most golfers have when arriving at a course is not to chunk their opening drive. Golfers at the new Willow...

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Julie and Alan McIntyre sit outside their storefront on King Street. The Tea Connection building was hit by a car at the end of February but the business has remained open.

The kettle’s still on at Tea Connection

A month after having the front of their business destroyed, owners of the Tea Connection on King St. E. are describing themselves as...

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Golden finish to end SEAL swim season for Sharks

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The Chatham Pool Sharks pulled out all the stops at this past weekend’s SEAL League Championship in Windsor. For many swimmers, this marks the end of the short course...

Abby Tedley completed her first year of junior girls’ basketball at Victor Lauriston recently. The autistic Grade 5 student is popular with teammates and the entire student body. Here, front row left to right, are teammates Madison Schatz, Abby and Brooklyn Duquette while in the back row coach Tawnya Carruthers is flanked by educational assistants Carolyn Burton and Tracey Travis.

Abby’s on the team

Abby Tedley knew what do to. Late in last week’s final home game, the Grade 5 student took a pass at the top of the...

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Great deals are blossoming at CKPL

The Chatham Branch of CKPL is holding its annual spring used book sale from May 11 to May 14. The sale kicks off with a...

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Cougars aim for safe tackling

In an effort to reduce and prevent injuries, the Chatham-Kent Cougars Football Club is mandating a new tackling system...

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