Wednesday, August 23, 2017
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Air Cadets welcome new members

Calling North Shore youth between the ages of 12 and 18. If you’re looking for adventure, a chance to hone leadership skills, make new friends, travel to other parts of Nova Scotia and Canada, and...
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Wentworth Volunteer Fire Department recognizes members at annual banquet

In 1974, the Wentworth Volunteer Fire Department (WVFD) was formed by Roy Patriquin and others. Since then, former fire chiefs include Patriquin, Ivan Crawford, and Vernon Sprague. At present, the executive members are Fire Chief...
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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...
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A time to spread the warmth

It was a picture online showing clothing tied to a fence in Boston that sparked Patricia Campbell’s idea. Campbell, the owner and operator of Fiddleheads Salon in Tatamagouche, held the first of what she hopes...
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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...
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Dinner, anyone?

People and their stories – that’s what keeps Don Wilson returning to help organize the Free Community Christmas Dinner each year. Now in its 15th year, the dinner is open to those in the Tatamagouche...
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Breathing easier

Both a rabbit and chicken had a little more life breathed into them – literally – after a fire broke out in a small barn. Tatamagouche Fire Department Deputy Chief Mark Langille said the two...
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Community helping community

Close to 50 families will be celebrating this season thanks to the help of others. The Odd Fellows Liberty Lodge collected items for the fifth year this year to aid families with Christmas presents and...
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Potential low risk of infection for heart surgery patients

Did you have heart surgery in the province over the last four years? The Nova Scotia Health Authority and the IWK Health Centre is contacting patients who had heart surgeries over the past four years...
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No delay to school construction after wind damages piece of roof

High winds during a storm in late November saw a bit of damage to the new school currently under construction. Brian Taylor, communications advisor for the province’s Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, confirmed a...