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Impact statement met with tears
Tears flowed down convicted murderer Michael Rafferty's face as family members of Victoria Stafford described their nightmare since the eight-year-old Woodstock girl was slain. In victim impact statements Tuesday, the family of Victoria directly addressed Rafferty for the first time.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-15 11:07:36



Hunter going back to farm, family
Despite an impressive post-season run, Dale Hunter will not return as coach of the Washington Capitals next season. Hunter told Caps general manager George McPhee of his decision Monday morning, just hours before the team met for the final time this season.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-15 11:07:35



More than 100 barn quilts already installed across Elgin and neighbouring counties
ST. THOMAS - Organizers, volunteers and regional politicians were among those at Sparta United Church Saturday afternoon to officially unveil the Southwest Ontario Barn Quilt Trail, the longest barn quilt trail in Canada.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-15 11:07:34



Clean energy, clean air, promises Energy Minister
People in Ontario are taking easier breaths today than they did a decade ago because of the Liberal government's commitment to clean energy and clean air, Ontario Energy Minister Chris Bentley told an industry conference in London Monday.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-15 11:07:33



Work on Colin McGregor Justice Building Moves Forward
The St. Thomas police headquarters was back in council's agenda Monday night but it came and went without much of a fuss. Members unanimously accepted Conestoga-Rovers & Associates to undertake Phase 1 and 2 site environmental assessments of the 30 St.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-15 11:07:33



Local theatre group celebrates 40 years of story telling
For over 40 years, the West Elgin Dramatics Society (WEDS) has been telling us stories. The 40th anniversary of WEDS will be celebrated May 27 with an open house held at 199 Currie Rd., Dutton from 1:30 p.m.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-10 10:58:54



Shenanigans celebrates 10 year anniversary
Shenanigans, the Dutton-based community services group, will have its story told in a book that is planned for release in time for their group's 10 year anniversary.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-10 10:58:54



Family restaurant opens on West Lorne Main Street
There's a new family restaurant in West Lorne. Kyla and Cory Williams are the co-owners of Bert's Main Street Diner, which is now open at 178 Main St., West Lorne, replacing Joe's Family Restaurant at that location.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-10 10:58:53



Three make court appearance in downtown drug deal
Three of the four men charged in what police are calling an in-progress drug deal appeared in Ontario Court of Justice, St. Thomas Monday. Ron Walker, Piotr Kochanski and Sean Slauenwhite all appeared for speak-to appearances before Justice of the Peace Jamie Shortt.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-08 10:28:26





"Get Stuffed" exhibit open at Backus-Page House
Where else can you see a beaver in a dress working a sewing machine? On May 5 the Backus-Page House Museum, at 29424 Lakeview Line, officially opened their exhibit, "Get Stuffed - A Whimsical Look at the Victorian Anthropomorphic Taxidermy Tradition", which is a tribute to the whimsical side of the [...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-07 10:19:06



Attempted murder suspect will remain behind bars
A man facing two counts of attempted murder in connection with a botched drug deal has been denied bail. The ruling, which keeps Andrew Savage, of London in custody, was handed down Tuesday in Ontario Court of Justice.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-04 14:00:07



Mothers Day May 13, 2012
See todays Chronicle for plenty of ideas for MOM!!![...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 13:54:26



Rodney fairboard wants new fair track
The Rodney Fair Board is interested in building a new track at the Rodney Fair Grounds. The proposed track would be just inside the current harness track, and would be 350 feet long, 35 feet wide, and 18 inches deep.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 09:56:30



Flower and gift shop to open in Rodney
Two friends will roll up their sleeves and bring Eden to Rodney, the flower and gift shop that is. Danyce Molengraaf and Diane McFadden of Rodney have partnered and plan to open Eden Floral and Gifts at 203 Furnival Rd.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 09:56:29



Public market opening in Dutton
Kate Campigotto belives in supporting local business. Campigotto's father has owned a Dutton pharmacy business for over 30 years, and growing up around that has taught Campigotto both the hurdles facing local businesses, and the importance of supporting local business.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 09:56:28



Tri-County Board discusses new draft agreement
Members of the Tri-County Water Management Board are currently in review of the draft of the Water Management Agreement; whether their should be separate corporation to operate the primary system, joint ownership, or some other option.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 09:56:27



Dutton cancer walk passes last year's total
This year's Great Ride 'n' Stride to Beat Cancer in Dutton smashed last year's total of $4,670 by raising over $7,500. "I'm very pleased. It's a good support for a small community," said Laurie Reid, Secretary for the Dutton Lions Club.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-03 09:56:27



Rheumatologist raising money for Arthritis Society
ST. THOMAS - St. Thomas rheumatologist Dr. Suzanne Leaf has taken up a personal challenge by joining the Arthritis Society's Joints in Motion Training Team and has committed to raising $8,000 for the society.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-02 13:57:30



West Lorne Library participating in Children's Book Week
Canadian author, Chris McMahen, will be visiting The West Lorne Library May 7 from 9:15 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. during TD Canadian Children's Book Week, which runs from May 5 until May 12.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-05-01 14:27:42



Your Local Community Calendar
Keep up with what's going on with the Community Calendar![...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-30 21:52:38



Garden Season is Here!
See page 10 of todays Chronicle to find all your needs for making the lawn and gardens beautiful![...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-26 14:18:14



Dutton/Dunwich expands recycling program
Dutton/Dunwich is expanding its recycling program, and the more recycling people do, the more money the municipality will get back. The Municipality of Dutton/Dunwich has entered into an agreement with the London Material Recovery Facility (MRF) to process their recyclables, beginning May 1.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-26 09:57:09



Horticultural Societies gather from across the region
Representatives from almost two dozen Horticultural Societies gathered in Dutton April 21 and were thanked for their efforts to make the world a greener place.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-26 09:57:08



Elgin International Club improves facility with $20,000 grant
The Elgin International Club, on Pioneer Line between West Lorne and Rodney, now has new heating and cooling systems thanks to a grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-26 09:57:07



West Elgin Secondary School to celebrate its 60th year
The weekend of May 18-19 will be alive with activity as West Elgin Secondary School (WESS) alumni celebrate their school's 60th anniversary. For two days people will come to WESS and let memories of their high school days wash over them.[...]
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Feed: The Chronicle's Recent News RSS Feeds Date: 2012-04-26 09:57:07



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