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‘Tough mudders’ tracking species at risk

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Student, biologist charting nature at work near Rondeau As a cool wind and spitting rain whips across the marshlands near Rondeau Park, a PhD student and a biologist are slogging waist-deep through a combination of water, muck and weeds. For Dominique Rumball and Craig Paterson, there...

Towards the finish!

Nilan Muthupilai, Jack Hanf and Ben Kobi gave it their all in the boys’ 200 metre at the Chatham Kent Secondary School track. The trio...

OPINION: Much ado about nothing

Can someone please explain to us what the hub bub was all about over the fact Ontario’s Big City Mayors (OBCM) group met at...

Local teens shine

The top-notch accomplishments of 11 local youth were recently acknowledged at the 10th annual Chatham-Kent YMCA Celebration of Youth Awards. Held at the Chatham Y,...

‘Tough mudders’ tracking species at risk

Student, biologist charting nature at work near Rondeau As a cool wind and spitting rain whips across the marshlands near Rondeau Park, a PhD student...

New post for MPP Jones

Chatham-Kent–Leamington MPP Trevor Jones has been named as Associate Minister of Emergency Preparedness and Response for Ontario. In his new role, Jones will work under...

Tuesday Chatham-Kent police briefs

B&E arrest An early morning break-in at a Chatham business led to the arrest of a local man. Chatham-Kent police say the incident took place after...

Firefighting 101

Several C-K high schools offer classroom exposure to this career By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A unique made-in-Chatham-Kent education experience continues to expose local youth...

Beautification effort underway in C-K

  It's time to give some love to Chatham-Kent's front and backyard beauties. From now to July 13, local residents are encouraged to nominate their favourite...

Changes in store for King Street?

Reconfiguring King Street in downtown Chatham could be in the municipality's future. At the June 10 C-K council meeting, Chatham Coun. Conor Allin said he...

COLUMN: Cash for Keys

Mary’s landlord visited her and gave her a letter stating that he would offer her money if she voluntarily vacated the rental unit. This...

Gahunias earn top senior award

  Inder and Jarnail Gahunia, hailed as model citizens, have been recognized with the Chatham-Kent's Senior of the Year for 2024. The award was presented June...

Seniors Day Out celebrates a year in Dresden

It’s been a year now since St. Andrew’s Residence’s Seniors Day Out Program expanded to Dresden, and the social outing continues to gain popularity. The...

C-K home sales down in May

The number of homes sold in Chatham-Kent and the average price of those homes were down in May compared to the same month in...

Hundt set to retire June 27

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter On June 27, Gail Hundt will mark a watershed moment. On that date, the long-time president and CEO of the...

Lots in the works for C-K: Canniff

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter A park honouring the legends of Chatham-Kent, an increased presence along Highway 401, and a fresh marketing strategy to...
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