Monday, December 11, 2017

Behind the screens

From Facebook use to email, 3-D printing to green screens, there’s a new face at the Tatamagouche library to help with your technological needs. Ben Campbell has been on staff at the library since mid-January...

And the award goes to…

The accolades continue to roll in for the Fundy Trail Snowmobile Club. The club, based out of Folly Lake off Highway 4, was recently named the 2016 snowmobile club of the year by the International...

Doubling up

With one busy summer after another, the owners of Tatamagouche Brewing Company are expanding, yet again. Christiane Jost and Matt Kenny are about to almost double their tank capacity with hopes of the expansion being...

New hire

The site manager at the local hospital is hoping a new physician this summer will help alleviate frequent closures of the emergency department. Barbie Cook said a new physician is set to begin practicing in...

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...

Up to the challenge

Anyone looking to start the New Year by putting their orienteering skills to the challenge have a local opportunity to do so. The Pugwash Ground Search and Rescue, with the Orienteering Association of Nova Scotia,...
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A village within the village

Co-housing may soon come to Tatamagouche. Joan MacKeigan is one of four committed families who see co-housing as having a home in the village along the North Shore. “We’ve been thinking about co-housing for many, many...

Spotting avian life

With a strong recommendation by the Royal Canadian Geographical Society to have the gray jay selected as Canada’s official bird, the drive was on to spot one or more of these friendly, intelligent and...

Chamber, municipalities to focus on business attraction, retention in new project

Municipalities within the county are uniting with the business community for a pilot project focusing on business attraction and retention. Five key stakeholders – the towns of Truro and Stewiacke, Municipality of Colchester County, Millbrook...

Envisioning the future

Local residents and stakeholders are envisioning life in their community without the former River John Consolidated School.  About 50 people gathered in the school’s library on Tuesday during a special meeting of the River...
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