Cheryl Johnstone

A Chatham native, Cheryl graduated from the Media, Theory, and Production joint program at the University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College. She started at Blackburn Radio in 2007 reading weekend news before moving to Country 92.9FM/630AM, CFCO where she also co-hosts the morning show. Email her at cjohnstone@blackburnradio.com.

Clippers Make Deal

The Windsor Clippers Junior B lacrosse team have traded for a couple players heading into the playoffs.

Chatham-Kent police cruiser. (BlackburnNews.com file photo)

Theft Charges Laid

Two Chatham men are facing charges after stealing a television from a hotel.

A two-seater topless Sprint Car at South Buxton Raceway. (Photo courtesy of Olivia Stankovich)

Review Leads To Win For Ellis

Tiffany Ellis of Cottom captured her first feature win at South Buxton Raceway, taking the checkered flag in the Sport Stocks after an extensive review.

The Wallaceburg Red Devils host the Point Edward Pacers. (Photo courtesy of Mike Regnier)

Red Devils Down Niagara

The Wallaceburg Red Devils Junior B lacrosse team bounced back from a close loss on Friday to down the Niagara Thunderhawks 11-1.

UCC's Michelle Truong & Jake Lindley of CKSS named the 2014 recipients of the Dr. Jack Parry Award. (Photo by Cheryl Johnstone)

Dr. Jack Parry Winners Announced

UCC’s Michelle Truong & Jake Lindley of CKSS have been named the 2014 recipients of the Dr. Jack Parry Award honouring the top graduating student-athletes in Chatham-Kent.

Chris McLeod of CKSY, Dave Palmer of CFCO & Women's Centre Executive Director Hal Bushey at the launch of the 2014 Walk a Mile in Her Shoes. (Photo courtesy of Dave Palmer)

Red Heel Walk Launches

The Chatham-Kent Women’s Centre is gearing up for its 6th annual Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, Red High Heel March.

The Wallaceburg Red Devils host the Point Edward Pacers. (Photo by Mike Regnier)

Red Devils Win Again

The Wallaceburg Red Devils Junior B lacrosse team picked up their fourth straight win, doubling up the London Blue Devils 10-5.