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Chatham-Kent
Saturday, January 22, 2022

Council unwise to ignore potential policing savings

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Sir: The recent decision by council to not allow an OPP presentation has the blueprint for a breach of public trust, a violation of...

Good cats are hard to find

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Editor: Re: “A tale of two micro-chipped kitties,” I liked Pam Wright’s story on her cat and cats in general in the Jan. 13...

Mask order would simplify things

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Editor: The following is just my personal opinion/observation. I am in no way forcing my beliefs onto anyone.  Am I pro mask? Absolutely not. What...

End of an era for Lighthouse Cove

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SIR: Re: The Sale of the Lighthouse Inn and its memories. The sale of The Lighthouse Inn and whatever becomes of it when the new owners...

Threshing Fest a busy time

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Sir: The Thamesville Threshing Festival has come and gone for another year, as has RetroFest in Chatham. I helped dish up French fries at the...

Railroad decisions questioned

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Sir: According to a well-respected think tank in British Columbia (The Fraser Institute), the municipality of Chatham-Kent’s council has been rated #3 in Ontario...

Reader dislikes RetroFest immensely

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Sir: Thankfully, the horrible RetroFest is over and King Street in downtown Chatham is back to its bubbly and normal self, where people can...

Foundation backs goal of quality service

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Sir: The Foundation of Chatham-Kent Health Alliance (CKHA) continues to support the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, which encompasses three campuses named as Public General, St....

Residents want more say on turbine project

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Editor’s note: This letter is addressed to the provincial Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Chris Ballard. Sir: Our community group wishes to bring further...

LETTER: Then & Now images tell the tale

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Editor’s note: This letter is addressed to our own Sarah Schofield, the mastermind behind our recent Then & Now special section. Editor: Hello, Sarah, I...