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Thursday, December 8, 2022

5 arrested in drug raid 

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A Chatham-Kent police drug raid on Wednesday led to the seizure of about $36,000 in drugs and the arrest of five people. A sixth is expected to face charges as well. Members of the Chatham-Kent Police Intelligence Section, with the assistance of the Critical Incident...

5 arrested in drug raid 

A Chatham-Kent police drug raid on Wednesday led to the seizure of about $36,000 in drugs and the arrest of five people. A sixth...

Top marks for CKHA

The Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) earned top marks from Accreditation Canada recently. Lori Marshall, president and CEO of CKHA, said they received Accreditation with Exemplary...

4-H accolades

Madelyn Hayes, right, and James Nauta, centre, of the Merlin Community 4-H club were honoured at the excellence in agriculture luncheon recently at the...

Erie St. to reopen in Wheatley

More good news coming out of Wheatley: the municipality has plans to reopen Erie Street in the downtown core. Fencing will be erected along both...

Wednesday police briefs

Vehicle theft  Police were called to a residence Tuesday afternoon at around 3:50 p.m. on Talbot Street in Blenheim after a report of a stolen...

OPINION: Consider the skilled trades

Throw away the stereotypes and take advantage of the opportunities. That’s our advice to young women, and men, when it comes to following a career...

Armoury to again host Christmas fun

There’s trouble at the North Pole, and families can help fix things by coming to the Chatham Armoury. Between Dec. 15 and 18, Four Diamond...

Greetings, and thank you

Hundreds of Canadian military personnel stationed overseas will receive written pats on the back thanks to the efforts of Chatham resident Sharon Chapple. For the...

Horsing around with Santa for a cause

From hamsters to horses, and everything in between, pets showed up in droves to pose for Santa recently. Hyundai of Chatham hosted the annual Big...

Greetings, and thank you

Hundreds of Canadian military personnel stationed overseas will receive written pats on the back thanks to the efforts of Chatham resident Sharon Chapple. For the...

Horsing around with Santa for a cause

From hamsters to horses, and everything in between, pets showed up in droves to pose for Santa recently. Hyundai of Chatham hosted the annual Big...

Santa for Seniors returns for 2022

In Chatham-Kent, Santa doesn’t forget our seniors. For the third straight year, Santa for Seniors is off and running, with the goal of delivering a...

New housing projects approved

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter At its Nov. 28 planning meeting, Chatham-Kent council paved the way for the construction of some 225 new dwellings...

Girl power sought in the trades

By Pam Wright Local Journalism Initiative Reporter "You can't be anything you don't know about." That's what Windsor carpenter Delaney Krieger had to say as part of...

Biz Voice: Dover Duds makes its move (and more)

Dover Duds, carriers of outdoor workwear clothing, boots and shoes, has changed locations. For years, the shop had been on Bear Line Road. It is...
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