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David Farquar, mastermind behind Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre, sits before his mixing station in his apartment. Voices In The Wind productions are available for download around the world.

Local audio theatre group has wide following

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Those voices in the wind can be heard around the world, and they’re coming from right here in Chatham-Kent. Voices In The Wind Audio Theatre, the brainchild of David...


Sylvia Tyson to perform in Chatham June 17

Iconic Canadian singer/songwriter and Chatham native Sylvia Tyson will be in town Saturday, June 17 for a special Canada 150 birthday...

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St. Andrew’s Director of Music, Devon Hansen will perform “Rhapsody in Blue” at the final Saturdays at 7 concert of the season on June 10.

Hansen to perform ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ at St. Andrew’s concert

The last program of the 2016-17 Saturdays at 7 at St. Andrew’s concert series will be held on June 10 at 7 p.m. The concert will feature...

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CLIFF returns to Thamesville May 27-28

For the fourth straight year, an international film festival is coming to Chatham-Kent. The Christian Life International Film Festival...

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CogecoTV’s Erik Shaw is a finalist for the company’s annual CogecoTV Star Awards.

Shaw gets his moment in the spotlight

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The man behind the scenes at Chatham’s CogecoTV is taking a turn in the spotlight as a finalist for the annual CogecoTV Star Awards. CogecoTV Chatham Producer, Erik...

John Mallory, left, chair of the Chatham Kent Community Foundation, accepts a $10,000 donation from Jann and Jim Wickett to ensure the Dr. Jack Parry Awards can fund generations of athletes in Chatham-Kent.

Fund donation gives permanence to Dr. Jack Parry Awards

A local couple has taken steps to ensure the legacy in honour of Dr. Jack Parry helps top Chatham-Kent athletes for...

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Chatham-Kent Leamington MP Dave Van Kesteren, left, and MPP Rick Nicholls, along with Chatham-Kent councillors Karen Herman, right, and Carmen McGregor, second from right, present JoAn Dale with her 2017 Seniors’ Achievement Award Friday in Blenheim. Dale beat out 35 other nominees to earn the award.

Chatham resident named top senior in C-K

  JoAn Dale topped a list of three-dozen very caring local people to earn the 2017 Chatham-Kent Seniors’...

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Professional organizer Sue Hawkins helps her clients organize when downsizing, or simply control the chaos; something that is helpful for seniors moving to a smaller house or apartment.

Making space for what matters

When you have a gift that translates into a career doing something you love, you are a fortunate person. For Sue...

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From left, Sons of Kent owners Colin Chrysler, Doug and Alf Hunter and Tim Copeland celebrate the official opening of their King Street West craft brewery Saturday.

Taps flow at Sons of Kent

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  After months of hard work, the Sons of Kent held the grand opening of their craft brewery in downtown Chatham on the weekend. Patrons lined up out the door on...

From left, Dr. Bruce Warwick, Diana and Gilles Michaud, Trevor Mailloux, Rob Nelson and Kim O’Rourke-Nelson are the faces of Maple City Homes, a new homebuilder in Chatham-Kent. The company, committed to buying local and building local, is set to break ground soon on a large project in the north side of Chatham.

New building company, many familiar faces

Chatham-Kent’s extreme shortage of housing inventory could soon receive a boost, and a long-term one at that. Enter Maple City Homes...

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From left, KC Chaaban, Brian St. Pierre, Scott Bishop, Vince Lally, Adam Lally, Mike Hogue, and Matt Herder celebrate the recent sale of Chatham Chrysler to the Lally family.

Lally family purchases two local dealerships

The Lally family certainly believes in Chatham-Kent. Earlier this month, Vince Lally and family completed the purchase of Chatham Chrysler...

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YA to triple its C-K workforce

YA Canada, fresh on the heels of a fall expansion, is now about to triple its Chatham workforce. The call centre company, located on...

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Bass tourney back on the water July 7, 8

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  It keeps getting bigger and better, and that’s just the way the organizers of the fourth annual Mitchell’s Bay Open Bass Tournament wanted it. This year’s...

Grade 5 students from Catholic schools across Chatham-Kent took part in the Ultimate Frisbee Challenge with the UFC team from Ursuline College in Chatham. The students took part in skill drills and games during the day, overseen by the itinerant phys ed teachers who organized the event. Daniel Beunen, 10 of St. Anne’s in Blenheim (left) works hard to get by Lucas Romano, 11 from Our Lady of Fatima in Chatham. In the background, UCC student Brandon Tennant coaches their efforts.

Ultimate Frisbee Challenge – it’s all in the wrist

Students in Grade 5 from 14 Catholic elementary schools in Chatham-Kent gathered at UCC The Pines on Friday to take...

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Coloured All-Stars project to launch June 10

Members of the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame, the University of Windsor, and the Harding family will officially launch...

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The Chatham Lawn Bowling season is underway with a new program this year for visually impaired bowlers. Thanks to the Anjema Eye Institute, six sets of coloured bowls help the bowlers “see.” Pictured on the right is Patricia Cap from Anjema Eye Institute with some of the visually impaired bowlers and their aides.

Lawn bowling club back in action

Lawn bowling has returned to Chatham at Tecumseh Park and the local lawn bowlers group is hosting a special event on...

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