• Transparent?

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    In its CK Plan 2035, Chatham-Kent officials state that one of three critical success factors is an “open, transparent and effectively governed” municipality. The other two factors are financial sustainability – paying down debt, a balanced budget and...

  • Changes needed to stop trafficking

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    Anyone looking for Bruce’s column this week, you’ll be getting the “She Said” version. For those of you who didn’t attend the Human Trafficking town hall meeting last week hosted by MPP Rick Nicholls, 600 people including teens, had their eyes...

  • Habitat launches student contest

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    Students across the country have an opportunity to help a local family become a Habitat homeowner, thanks to the Meaning of Home contest, a national writing contest in support of Habitat for Humanity Canada. Launched earlier this month, the Meaning of Home...

  • Man assaults a cop in Tilbury

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    Police had to use a Taser on a man in Tilbury last night. According to Chatham-Kent police, officers responded to a report of two suspicious people walking on Mill Street in Tilbury Tuesday night. The officers found the couple and through investigation...

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  • Transparent?

    Jan 23 • 0 Views • In its CK Plan 2035, Chatham-Kent officials state that one of three critical success factors is an “open, transparent and...

  • Changes needed to stop trafficking

    Anyone looking for Bruce’s column this week, you’ll be getting the “She Said” version. For...

  • Habitat launches student contest

    Students across the country have an opportunity to help a local family become a Habitat homeowner,...

  • Man assaults a cop in Tilbury

    Police had to use a Taser on a man in Tilbury last night. According to Chatham-Kent police,...

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Local lass lands Dorothy role

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A Chatham teen has landed the lead role in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz audio theatre production. Voices in the Wind Audio Theatre of Chatham is putting together the...

Duelling Keyboards back on Saturday

The two previous duelling keyboards concerts have been very well attended so this third duel is presented due to popular demand. In this...

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Book examines C-K’s rich history

Local historians and authors Jim and Lisa Gilbert weave together stories with words, so it seems only fitting that the title of their...

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Holiday Jam for Hunger returns Friday

Many local musicians are sharing their talents this holiday season; all to help raise funds for a local food bank. For this 14th annual...

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Life Life

Changes needed to stop trafficking

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Anyone looking for Bruce’s column this week, you’ll be getting the “She Said” version. For those of you who didn’t attend the Human Trafficking town hall...

Habitat launches student contest

Students across the country have an opportunity to help a local family become a Habitat homeowner, thanks to the...

Jan 23 • 0 Views

Been farming long?

Joey Wilson, left, and Sawyer Phelan remove the lug nuts on a tractor tire at McGrail Farm Equipment in Chatham. The...

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In wonder over the trains

Aubrie Voss, 5, and her little brother Orin, 3, enjoyed spending the day at the 18th Annual Chatham-Kent Toy Show and...

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BUSINESS BUSINESS

Red-hot December in local home sales

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Local real estate agents set a record for the month of December, as 80 units changed hands. That number represented a leap from last year’s sales for the same month by...

MicroAge named feature industry

Chatham-Kent Economic Development and the Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce announced Friday that MicroAge Chatham has been awarded the...

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Gincor Trailer Werx celebrates anniversary

  It’s been just over a year since Gincor Trailer Werx setup operations at their local Blenheim custom trailer manufacturing facility...

Jan 8 • 0 Views

Make Your Pitch for $3,000

Chatham-Kent Economic Development and the Small Business Centre are challenging local area high school students in grades 9 to 12 to create...

Jan 8 • 0 Views

Sports Sports

Pedestrian killed New Year’s Eve

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Police are still trying to piece together the details of an accident Dec. 31 that claimed a man’s life. It took place on St. Clair Street near Crerar Drive about 6:18...

Hometown Hockey coming to Chatham

The Rogers Hometown Hockey tour stop in Chatham-Kent is headed to Wellington Street in downtown Chatham this weekend....

Dec 12 • 0 Views

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...

Dec 11 • 0 Views

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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