• AgMedica continues to grow

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    AgMedica Bioscience is expanding. The Chatham-based licensed producer of medicinal cannabis is acquiring two indoor processing facilities, designed to bolster the company’s future production and cultivation capabilities and supplement its existing...

  • A passion to help

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    Kudos to the HimeForHelp organization and specifically Emily Hime for the continued support of an orphanage down in Haiti. The Chatham woman started running the orphanage at the age of 20. Think on that for a second. Here is a young lady, not even done with...

  • Taking the plunge for charity

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    It seems some people will do anything for money – money to help others, that is. For members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service, that includes taking a very chilly leap into icy waters. The Chatham-Kent Police Service Polar Plunge returns for a second year...

  • Interesting opportunities abound

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    As Mary Beth mentioned in her column this week, very good friends of ours are moving to Chatham-Kent this week. Some of their stuff preceded them, and they actually had items in the home they are buying way before they were to move in. That’s what happens...

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Tom Cochrane, Trooper to headline new music fest

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A new music festival is being launched in Wallaceburg next summer and iconic Canadian rockers Tom Cochrane with Red Rider, along with Trooper, are headlining the event....

Event to ‘sleigh’ hunger returns Dec. 21

Area band, The S’Aints, is once again joining forces with St. Clair College and Caesars Windsor to “sleigh” hunger with an all-ages,...

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Country music competitors to descend on Chatham

Country music will fill the air at the Chatham Banquet Hall Sunday as up to 40 singers take part in a provincial qualifier. The Ontario...

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Eye for Art awards Nov. 23

Guest Juror, Kris Knight, the acclaimed Toronto painter with roots in Chatham-Kent, has selected a total of 61 artworks from the 158...

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Taking the plunge for charity

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It seems some people will do anything for money – money to help others, that is. For members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service, that includes taking a very chilly...

It’s the most wonderful time of the year

With Christmas fast approaching, I found I just wasn’t getting into the Christmas spirit as our family usually does...

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CKHA honours top staff

Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) honoured staff, physicians and volunteers of the organization recently with the...

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Toy donations on the way to Salvation Army

Members of the Chatham-Kent Police Service and support staff went overboard this year in their effort to donate toys to...

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AgMedica continues to grow

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AgMedica Bioscience is expanding. The Chatham-based licensed producer of medicinal cannabis is acquiring two indoor processing facilities, designed to bolster the...

GM closures to have minimal local impact

General Motors’ planned idling of five auto plants, including one in Oshawa, Ont., will be felt locally. That according to Stuart...

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Nicholls announces area funding 

Helping to improve the economic development of rural areas, the RED (Rural Economic Development) Program is assisting the Southern First...

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Solid home sales in October

Home sales were brisk in October, but they couldn’t match the record month set a year ago. According to information from the Chatham-Kent...

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Hometown Hockey coming to Chatham

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The Rogers Hometown Hockey tour stop in Chatham-Kent is headed to Wellington Street in downtown Chatham this weekend. The two-day festival features free family-friendly...

Daylight break-in leads to one arrest

Chatham-Kent police have one man in custody and are still looking for another following a daylight break-in yesterday...

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Incredible homecoming for Carleton

Chatham’s own Bridget Carleton (21), a senior with the Iowa Cyclones, watches for a rebound Nov. 21 against the...

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Good times, funds raised at NHL alumni game

  C-K Police’s Knight Sticks team faced off against the NHL Alumni team on Friday at the Chatham Memorial Arena...

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