Monday, December 11, 2017

Hooked with love

Members of the Wallace District Fire Department couldn’t believe what they were seeing. Everywhere they looked, there was minute detail, and they had no trouble finding something new each and every time their eyes passed...
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Study group focusing on Naomi Klein book

A six-week book study group will begin early November and focus on Naomi Klein’s ‘This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate.’ Klein is a Canadian non- fiction writer, journalist and activist who presently lives in...
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Preliminary hearing in Bayhead murder tentatively scheduled

Ten days have been tentatively set aside in September for a preliminary hearing for a man charged in the death of a Bayhead woman. Ernie (Junior) Ross Duggan, 49, appeared in court in Truro via...

Fundraising and role playing

Fundraising and role playing tabletop games are the focus of two upcoming programs at the Tatamagouche Centre next month. Josie Baker, the executive director of the centre, said the first program gives participants a chance...

More closures to Pugwash ER

More closures are coming to the North Cumberland Collaborative Emergency Centre in Pugwash. The closures, which are due to lack of physician coverage, run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Oct. 20, 23, 24, 25,...

A classical evening

The Tatamagouche Chamber Ensemble will sound a bit different than the past 20 years. The ensemble, which formed in 1996, will make their first public appearance next month as a trio following the retirement of...

Pugwash ER closed during daytime hours

The North Cumberland Collaborative Emergency Centre in Pugwash continues to be closed during daytime hours. The closures run from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day between now and Oct. 18 due to lack of...

Open doors for support

Enjoying the fresh air and sunshine while staying in or visiting the hospital can be a huge benefit. That’s why the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary is working on a healing garden for patients, their...

Bayhead man has murder charge adjourned

Clad in orange prison garb, his right arm in a sling, Ernie “Junior” Ross Duggan appeared in provincial court and had his first-degree murder and attempted murder charges adjourned. Duggan, 49, will re-appear in court on...
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Celebrating seniors

Looking at community organizations, it isn’t hard to find a senior lending their time or a hand. That’s part of the reason why the North Shore Seniors Organization and the Tatamagouche Library are hosting a...
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