• Concerned citizens wanted

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    The Municipality of Chatham-Kent is currently recruiting volunteer citizen appointments to various local boards and committees of council. Application can be completed online by visiting the municipal website www.chatham-kent.ca.  Paper copies can also be...

  • Cookie campaign fuels Butterfly Build

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    Those smiles are worth $24,650. That’s the amount a trio of Tim Hortons owners donated in proceeds from the annual $1 Smile Cookie campaign. From Sept. 17-23, every Smile Cookie sold at the participating Tim Hortons went towards the Butterfly Build Campaign...

  • Get the dope on dope – UPDATED

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    Editor’s note: The provincial government passed Bill 36 Wednesday evening, and that expands where people can legally smoke marijuana in Ontario, mere hours after it became legal to light up in Canada. It’s now legal to light up a joint in Canada,...

  • Fall craft show

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    TJ Stables is hosting a fall festival and craft show on Oct. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds from the event are going to the Acceptional Riders Program run by TJ Stables which helps with therapeutic horseback riding for people with disabilities in our...

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Music Fest hosts concert series

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The Kiwanis Music Festival celebrates its 75th anniversary next season, a community venture that has seen thousands of kids with amazing talent take the stage. Not all...

Cadence to return to St. Andrew’s

Four men. Four microphones. No instruments. This is the formula for Cadence, Canada’s award-winning a cappella group from Toronto. The...

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Show reveals Beatty’s soul

Country singer Amberley Beatty says her Sept. 22 performance in Chatham is much more than just a concert; it’s a look inside her musical...

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Epic rock show coming to Chatham

Imagine iconic rock singers Robert Plant and Roger Waters, as well as guitarists Jimmy Page and Dave Gilmour, performing on the same night...

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Cookie campaign fuels Butterfly Build

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Those smiles are worth $24,650. That’s the amount a trio of Tim Hortons owners donated in proceeds from the annual $1 Smile Cookie campaign. From Sept. 17-23, every...

Fall craft show

TJ Stables is hosting a fall festival and craft show on Oct. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Proceeds from the event are...

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Fire in storage unit devastates family

A recent fire in a Wallaceburg storage facility has left some families devastated after losing the entire contents to...

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House tour returns for 14th year

It may be mid-October, but it it’s time to start thinking about Christmas – a certain Christmas House Tour to be...

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More fibre for C-K

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Cogeco Connexion announced recently it will invest more than half a million dollars for the expansion of its fibre optic network to serve several hundred households and...

Slower September for home sales

Housing prices continue to rise as the number of homes for sale heads in the other direction in Chatham-Kent. According to the Chatham-Kent...

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Biz park deals worth $1M, 215 jobs

Two new companies are coming to Chatham-Kent, and they plan to bring more than 200 jobs with them. The two businesses will pay more than $1...

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October is Small Business Month

October is small business month in Chatham-Kent and across Canada. The month celebrates the important contributions that entrepreneurs of...

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Elite 10 packs them in at Thames Campus

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All eyes were on skip Jennifer Jones and her teammates Kaitlyn Lawes, left, and Dawn McEwen, right, at the Princess Auto Elite 10 Grand Slam of Curling held at the...

Where to park for curling event

The following rules and procedures will be in place for the Pinty’s Elite 10 curling event being held at the Thames...

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World’s top curlers coming to town

The heat of competition will hit the ice of the Thames Campus Arena later this month, as the Princess Auto Elite 10...

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Hometown Hockey coming to C-K in December

Rogers Hometown Hockey will be coming to the community of Chatham on Dec. 15 and 16. The two-day festival features free...

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