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The Sound of Music

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Students from the Chatham-Kent Secondary School jazz band were at city hall last week to help kick off the start of the 73rd Annual Kiwanis Musical Festival, put on...

UCC students set to perform Annie

For Lindsay Dunlop, performing arts teacher at Ursuline College Chatham, this year’s theatrical production at the school completes a...

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Buddy Holly tribute show hits town

A touch of Broadway is coming to Chatham when Buddy Holly’s Rockin’ Dance Party headlines at the Chatham Capitol Theatre on...

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My Son the Hurricane coming to Wallaceburg

The Jeanne Gordon Theatre in Wallaceburg will hopping April 7 when My Son the Hurricane takes to the stage. Presented by the Wallaceburg...

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Quilting a beloved hobby for Guild members

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  If you are interested in learning the art of quilting or are an avid quilter yourself, the Chatham-Kent Quilter’s Guild will welcome you with open arms. Formed...

DNA seminar set for April 21

  If you are interested in your family history and want to know more about how DNA testing fits in, the Kent...

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Daffodil Campaign underway

  While Mother Nature might not agree, it is spring in Chatham-Kent. And that means it’s daffodil season,...

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Health unit gives kids tips on keeping a bright smile

The Ontario Association of Public Health Dentistry (OAPHD), along with public health units across Ontario, has launched...

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Too few homes to sell

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To say the Chatham-Kent real estate market is a seller’s market would be an understatement. There is just too little inventory in terms of number of homes for sale...

Excellence in local business celebrated

Hundreds of local business owners and professionals attended the 130th annual Business Excellence Awards April 12. The event, put on by the...

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North Kent One is operational

Amid the growing concern of the safety of well water for residents in the North Kent One wind farm project area and Dover township, owners...

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Home, sweet home

It’s been more than a year, but two local businesses – accompanied by a new one – have moved home. Sacwal Flooring and Ideal...

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Pickleball for Hospice set for May 4-6

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The Chatham-Kent Pickleball club is playing to help the Chatham-Kent Hospice. The club is hosting the second annual Pickleball for Hospice tournament May 4-6, with all...

Mirror, mirror

The Chatham Granite Club recently shut off its chiller for the season, and member Judy Woodrow captured this image...

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Comeback complete for Burke Bechard

She was damaged. Physically unable to play the sport she loved, and mentally doubting whether a return to the court...

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Golden Hawks OFSAA bound

Last year, it was heartbreak. A 1-0 loss in the SWOSSAA final against Villanova in a five-overtime game. This year, the...

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