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Chatham-Kent
Monday, September 26, 2022

Hats off to Hands Off participants

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  I spent a chunk of my Saturday hanging out at Chatham Chrysler’s Hands Off my 200 event, and I must say, it was intriguing. Imagine...

Football-crazed nephew an eager pupil

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I am blessed to have a wonderful daughter. She’s well-behaved, takes time to smell the roses, is smart, listens to her parents (she’s 11,...

Flash crowd made us all proud

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You’ve likely heard of flash mobs, but how about a flash crowd? That’s exactly what happened on a crisp evening last week at Fergie Jenkins...

Flash crowd rocks Challenger baseball game

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About 150 people turned up for a flash crowd at the season-ending Challenger baseball game Thursday night at Rotary Park, to the delight of...

Head into the corn and be a-Maized

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Even before television personality Rick Mercer went into the corn in 2008, I was a fan of the Thamesville Maize. And why not? A 10-acre...

Pay attention to the small things in life

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Some weekends, it’s best to enjoy the smaller things in life. That aptly described our most recent weekend in C-K. Right down to hummingbirds, and...

Cyclists deserve better in C-K

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Less than 12 hours after Chatham-Kent council nixed the idea of creating bike lanes on McNaughton Avenue in Chatham, about 220 cyclists cruised through...

Birthday bonfire on the beach

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If I could turn the clock back to celebrate my 40th birthday, I’d want to spend it on a beach on Lake Erie, having...

Click your heels and enjoy C-K’s offerings

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There truly is no place like home. And by home, I mean Chatham-Kent. Maybe I’m biased (well, there’s no maybe about it, I love living...

Rail line must run at a profit or not at all

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OK, folks, here’s the deal: council did not purchase a railroad last week. It did so seven long years ago, without even knowing what...