Monday, December 11, 2017
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Practicing peace in times of war

By David Burkholder   As humans, we say we want peace, especially when we are feeling anxious and uncertain. We believe that peace would be our situation if war were absent. Peace, however, is more profound than...
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Busy autumn for Pugwash and Area Community Health Board

The Pugwash and Area Community Health Board (CHB) was busy recently with a number of activities and guest speakers and presentations. In September, Dianne Ardern of the Alzheimer Society shared work with board members about...

Lillian Fraser emergency centre closed Friday, Monday

The emergency department at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Collaborative Emergency Centre will be closed April 28 and May 1, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. both days. The closures are due to lack of physician...

The time to talk about electoral reform

T​he federal Liberals promised electoral reform before our next election. Recently, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this promise would not be kept. ​Many citizens think this is still a high priority to help ensure...
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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...

Pictou County residents arrested following vehicle stop in Tatamagouche

A man and woman were arrested in Tatamagouche Friday following a traffic stop on Highway 6. The Pictou County Integrated Street Crime Enforcement Unit, with the assistance of the RCMP, conducted the traffic stop around...
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Tatamagouche remembers

Nov. 11 is a time when the members of our community join with other Canadians to remember the sacrifice of more than 100,000 Canadians who gave their lives for us. They fought for home, family,...

Taylor seeking PC nomination for Colchester North

A Colchester County business woman has thrown her name into the ring for the PC party nomination for Colchester North. Rebecca Taylor hopes her experience – in business, community service, and government – will help...
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School board accepting French immersion applications

Applications for French immersion programs with the local school board are being accepted until early February. The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board offers Early French Immersion, with an entry in Grade Primary, at Truro Elementary School,...
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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...
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