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Chatham-Kent
Thursday, July 18, 2024

COLUMN: EV users receive gold-plate service

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Doug Ford wants more Ontarians to own electric vehicles (EV). Heck, he even wants a special electricity rate to charge such vehicles. Those of us...

COLUMN: Limited recycling options for businesses

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Changes to recycling and waste collection in the province – at least in terms of who pays for what – is causing problems for...

COLUMN: Precautions will help you enjoy the eclipse

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OK, folks, most of what I’m about to say is common sense, but it seems more and more people are either allergic to that,...

COLUMN: ‘Y’all can feed yourselves’

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  A call for bids from local food-service providers to cater to the hunger of municipal councillors has created a social media stir. Chatham-Kent officials put...

COLUMN: Big-city problems land here

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Editior's note: This column was written prior to the early Monday morning police incident in downtown Chatham... Just what the heck is happening in downtown...

COLUMN: CKHA CEO earns respect

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Lori Marshall, I will miss you. It seems strange to hear a journalist say they will miss a civil servant, but that will be the...

COLUMN: Scope experience a smooth one

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  This past year, I have felt like an automobile. I was up on the hoist getting improvements to my frame last March with my...

COLUMN: Merry Covid-ness

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Christmas comes but once a year. And for the Corcorans, so too does Covid, or at least that’s how it seems. And they travel together. For...

COLUMN: Sears vs. Civic Centre, a tale of the tape

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When will Chatham-Kent council decide on the future home of the brain centre of municipal operations? Bruce McAllister, general manager of development services, said the...

COLUMN: Candy to the max

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OK, Halloween came and went and we Corcorans had about 35-40 kids. By the end of the evening, my wife was doling out candy...