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Friday, July 1, 2022

We need turnout not burnout

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We hope the number of candidates seeking office in next month’s municipal election will lead to increased voter turnout. As of this writing, there are...

It’s our turn

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Making campaign promises is standard procedure for politicians, but it’s much more rare to see those promises followed through in a timely manner once...

Food and food for thought

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As the old saying goes, “it’s not bragging if you can do it,” and when it comes to agriculture, we’ve got plenty of bragging...

Information, please

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Coun. Art Stirling’s motion to investigate designating Rondeau Park cottages for heritage purposes should, if nothing else, force the province to address local concerns...

Words to live by

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As Mrs. Gump told her son Forrest, “Stupid is as stupid does.” As Sgt. Stryker (John Wayne) told his troops “Life is tough, but it’s...

Connect the dots

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The day after Chatham-Kent council rejected consideration of a bylaw regulating woodlots, heavy equipment was brought in to clear a woodlot on Taylor Road...

Do the right thing

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Given Navistar’s latest defeat in its attempt to delay paying pensions to workers at its former truck assembly plant in Chatham, it’s time for...

Help where it is needed

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It’s easy enough to spot a broken arm from skateboarding or a scrape on a leg from a playground accident. It’s not so easy...

The need for speed

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During the official opening of a Wallaceburg metal working business last week, much was made about the speed at which the economy changes. We hope...

It’s question and answer time

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Q: How do you spot a pedestrian in Chatham? A: You wait for the Don’t Walk symbol to flash and then watch them cross the...