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    Man charged with sexual assault

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    A Chatham man was arrested yesterday on sexual assault charges. On July 19 just before noon, a local woman in an electric scooter was stopped in the area of St. Clair Street and Thames Street in Chatham.  The man, riding his bike, stopped to talk to the...

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    Severe thunderstorm watch for C-K

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    It’s Chatham-Kent hot out there, folks! And when it’s hot and humid in C-K, you know what that means, right? The chance for severe thunderstorms. This from Environment Canada: Severe thunderstorm watch in effect for: Chatham-Kent – Rondeau...

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    Going Mobile!

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    Katherine Haine Mobile has taken over desktop in terms of overall web traffic. This is no surprise with 68% of Canadian now owning a smartphone (Catalyst 2015). Marketers need to make sure they are thinking about mobile as an integral part of their plans. If...

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    Collision central

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    It was fender-bender Wednesday in Chatham yesterday, as police investigated a number of collisions around the municipality. It began yesterday morning when police attended a two-vehicle accident on Longwoods Road near Caledonia Road east of Chatham. One...

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    Man charged with sexual assault

    Jul 22 • 0 Views • A Chatham man was arrested yesterday on sexual assault charges. On July 19 just before noon, a local woman in an electric...

  • Severe thunderstorm watch for C-K

    It’s Chatham-Kent hot out there, folks! And when it’s hot and humid in C-K, you know...

  • Going Mobile!

    Katherine Haine Mobile has taken over desktop in terms of overall web traffic. This is no surprise...

  • Collision central

    It was fender-bender Wednesday in Chatham yesterday, as police investigated a number of collisions...

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Summer Art Crawl

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The summer Art Crawl in downtown Chatham attracted a large crowd Friday night. The event started at Art Space that is currently featuring local artist Becky Fixter’s...

Retired Wallaceburg area teacher Mike Deery won two major awards at last month’s New York World Stamp Show. He’s seen here with a sample page of his display and some of the awards.

“Detective” Deery among stamp collecting’s elite

If a big part of stamp collecting is detective work, Mike Deery is beginning to rank alongside Sherlock Holmes. Deery, a retired...

Jul 13 • 0 Views

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Kinstock a hit again in Dresden

Despite threatening weather, the event was attended by a crowd estimated at 1,300 to 1,400 people. While the day was dominated by local...

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Dave Elliott of the Wallaceburg and District Council for the Arts recently spoke to a crowd of 50 would-be band members and supporters who are interested in forming a concert band in the community.

Strike up the band!

With some borrowed instruments, an unused classroom and a lot of enthusiasm, retired Wallaceburg District Secondary School (WDSS) music...

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Classics and warbirds soar at airport

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Peter Ayache prepares to send his MB339 jet skyward at the Chatham Aeronauts’ annual Warbirds and Classics Fly-In on Saturday at the airport. R/C pilots came from as...

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Sod Buster raises $30K

More than 300 people took part in the second annual Sod Buster event in Ridgetown July 10. The 5K walk/run took place...

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Sixteen-year-old Jayden Mallette of Wallaceburg is all smiles following her horsemanship competition on her registered paint, two-year old Colby.

Dresden Saddle Club riding high

  With a brand new show ring, a strong and growing membership and a committed executive and volunteer base, the...

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Great way to beat the heat

Sisters JaeLynn Verhoef and Janelle Lancaster helped keep their friends, family and neighbours on Redwood Crescent in...

Jul 6 • 0 Views

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Downtown in the City!

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Frendz Restaurant and Lounge staffers Hiliary LaBute, left, and Roxanne Bilski serve up smiles and colourful, cool beverages Friday night in Chatham as part of Downtown...

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C-K affordable business destination

  Chatham-Kent’s ranking as the second-most-affordable Canadian community in which to business, doesn’t surprise Economic...

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Mainstreet Keil Drive branch manager in Chatham, Joe Presutto, presented Keren Zingman with a scholarship cheque for $3,000, a certificate and a bouquet of roses on recently.

CKSS grad receives Rant scholarship

With a video rant on judging people for their body type, CKSS graduate Keren Zingman ranted her way to a $3,000 Young Leader Rant...

Jul 14 • 0 Views

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Go organic!

Katherine Haine Special to The Voice How often to you use the phrase “Google it“? Chances are you have already “Googled” something...

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Competition drives rising baseball star

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For 17 year-old Justin Doran, baseball is a full time passion that just might become a lifetime one. The Chatham resident, recently named to the Ontario Youth Baseball...

Ages 5-15 compete on the same field in flag football here in Chatham. The sport is gaining popularity, to the point where organizers are now set to offer a fall league in addition to its spring league.

Flag football gaining popularity locally

The concept of first graders lining up opposite of a burly teenager for a game of football may scare the daylights out...

Jul 13 • 0 Views

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Best Mitchell’s Bay bass tourney yet

The third time was a charm for local fishermen Dave Demers and Chris Sherman as they pocketed more than $7,000 at the...

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Field of Dreams for 1934 OBA champs

On a perfect summer morning last week, about 60 friends, relatives and descendants of Chatham’s first Ontario...

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