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A social-distanced fashion show

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By Bruce Corcoran The folks at Gentry Manor are taking their fashions to the front lawn next week, as they host their Garden Fashion Show. Co-owner James Lizotte said...

Blenheim student earns film scholarship

Blenheim’s Jenna Dodman is the winner of the 2020 Chatham-Kent Film Group scholarship. Dodman attends Ursuline College Chatham and has...

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Two C-K artists preserving COVID-19 artwork for installation

Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative The hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic will slowly fade away but the heart-warming...

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The show must go on

Saturdays at 7 event will stream live May 30 By Bruce Corcoran With Saturdays at 7 still on COVID-19 lockdown like most every public...

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Thrift store aids C-K Hospice

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NewLIFE Thrift Store recently supported the Chatham-Kent Hospice to the tune of more than $2,700. The money represented a portion of the store’s July earnings. From...

Local Legions, non-profits have access to COVID funding

The Ontario government recently announced it is investing $83 million through the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to...

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60 years later, Gail Miller retires

  Cites COVID as reason she, 76, is retiring from hairstyling By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative...

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Organizers postpone October water festival

The latest event to suffer postponement at the hands of COVID-19 is the annual Chatham-Kent & Lambton Children’s...

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Varying approaches to facing the COVID-impacted economy in C-K

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By Bruce Corcoran Optimism can be found in many different commercial locations and in numerous ways in Chatham-Kent these days, despite COVID-19. In the west end of...

C-K Chamber joins national biz recovery initiative 

The Chatham-Kent Chamber of Commerce is joining Canada United, a national movement to support local businesses in communities across the...

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168 C-K businesses look for grant money

Grail hopes council tops up grant By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative The Chatham-Kent Small Business Recovery Grant Program...

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TekSavvy pulls its Facebook ads

Canadian ISP joins #StopHateForProfit campaign By Bruce Corcoran Chatham’s TekSavvy has joined the growing list of corporations that have...

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Sires Stakes roll through Dresden

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One week after making their debut in the Ontario Sires Stakes winner’s circle, two-year-old trotting colts Stonebridge Armour, Tymal Chrome and Arch Hall collected...

Municipality, flag football league in dispute over Lark Park

By Jenna Cocullo, Local Journalism Initiative An online petition has quickly circulated social media, requesting that...

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Should Thames campus diamonds be known as Bob Weedon Field?

Municipal officials are seeking public input into a request to re-name the St. Clair College – Chatham Campus Ball...

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Dreaming Out Loud wins pacing series in Dresden

Dreaming Out Loud kept his record perfect at 6-0 and pushed his earnings to $21,050 by winning the $16,200 Mark Austin...

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