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Celebrate the magic of Woodstock in Dresden

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Back in 2009, Dresden’s Czech Hall president Al Kominek helped organize a 40th anniversary celebration for the 1969 music festival Woodstock. “We did it inside the...

Voice actor up for international award

A voice actor with Chatham-Kent’s Voices in the Wind audio theatre company is up for an international award. Georgia Lee Schultz, the...

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Criticism can be crippling

“…for I am amazing in so many ways! Too bad you can see it with your short-sighted gaze. Go broaden your horizon! Expand your mind’s...

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Sam Roberts to perform Friday

Canadian rocker Sam Roberts looks forward to playing in Chatham Friday night, and possibly checking out some vintage vehicles beforehand....

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Festival of Nations approaches

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Check out this coming weekend’s full slate of fun at the Festival of Nations in Chatham. For more info, visit their website.  ...

Strong support for Strong Kids

The Chatham-Kent Chapter of 100 Women Who Care recently presented more than $12,000 to the Chatham-Kent YMCA for the...

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Fun times at Threshing Festival

The Full Tilt ride at the Thamesville Threshing Festival takes riders for a spin Saturday. The annual event saw solid...

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Nice look, Mr. Mayor!

Chatham-Kent Mayor Darrin Canniff showcases his weekend hairstyle courtesy of Gregory Dennis and Black Comb Barber Shop...

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Misselbrook to run ’Burg chamber

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The Wallaceburg & District Chamber of Commerce has a new executive director in Jill Misselbrook. People and businesses who work with the chamber will already know...

Home building on steroids

In an effort to help alleviate the housing logjam in Chatham-Kent, Maple City Homes (MCH) officials showcased their latest project to...

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Enbridge committed to C-K

As Enbridge officials celebrated the name change at the former Union Gas headquarters on Keil Drive Friday, they also reiterated the...

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Minister hears from local stakeholders over power prices

The Ontario government is holding consultations to hear from businesses firsthand on industrial electricity pricing and programs,...

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Shriners Hospitals benefits from local bonspiel

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A Chatham teen turned his favourite sport into a fundraiser in recognition of the care received at Shriners Hospitals for Children — Canada. While many Canadian kids...

Let ‘er fly

Ava Warriner, a Grade 10 student at Chatham-Kent Secondary School, competes in Junior Girls’ Javelin at SWOSSA May...

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Sabourin recalls Blues’ previous date with Lord Stanley

One of the most iconic moments in National Hockey League history happened 49 years ago, as old-time hockey fans vividly...

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Carleton to play pro ball

Chatham’s Bridget Carleton may be closing one chapter on her basketball life, as another one is set to begin....

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