Monday, August 21, 2017

A special coincidence

Hilary Powell couldn’t help but shed some tears at the beach over the summer. She was walking along the Gulf Shore in Pugwash, between the picnic park and Murray Lane, when a friend’s son called...
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Remembering loved ones

Meagan Negus placed the first angel on the Angels Remembered Tree at the Colchester East Hants Hospice Society’s office during the program launch. Each year, the society offers trees in Truro, Tatamagouche and East...
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Trans-Pacific Partnership discussion held in Tatamagouche

Scott Sinclair, director of the Trade and Investment Research Project under the auspices of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, spoke recently at the Tatamagouche Centre on the Trans-Pacific Partnership and its implications. Twenty-five...

Talk of the town

How can one small elf bring so much joy? Just ask Bruce in the Spruce….but you’ll have to wait until next year. Bruce in the Spruce spent most of December in the village of Tatamagouche, visiting...
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Fall Festival of Colours a success

The Wentworth community recently gave thanks not only to two splendid events at Ski Wentworth and at the Wentworth Recreation Centre, but also to the beautiful two Cobequid Mountain ranges that help give us...

A cultural celebration

It was a day filled with poetry, song, dance, and cheers all in celebration of diversity. The fifth annual Let Me Be Me Rally was held in the gymnasium at North Colchester High School on...

Hospital reception area sees makeover

Anyone that has been to Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital in the last two months has probably noticed that the main reception area has had a facelift. Reception is now better equipped to serve the community...

Three decades of business

A special celebration is on tap for the long weekend in May. The owners and staff at Big Al’s is marking 30 years in the community and for owners Peter and Lorna Scott, it’s five...
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Introducing Malory Beazley

Malory Beazley, the recently hired operations manager at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre, is literally bursting with enthusiasm when she talks about her future plans for The Grace. “Tatamagouche is a happening spot and...

A sea of purple

For hours, people’s heads bobbed up and down amongst a sea of purple. It was the annual lavender festival at Seafoam Lavender Company and Gardens, and Phyllis-Ann Downey and Carolyn Lee made the trip from...