Thursday, February 22, 2018
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Pictou County man dies in collision in River John

A 50-year-old man from Pictou County died Saturday in a vehicle collision in River John. Just after 6:20 p.m. Saturday, Pictou County District RCMP responded to a head-on collision on the West Branch Road, also...

Author says book signing cancellation caused “heartache”

The cancellation of a book signing by Tatamagouche author Joan Baxter on Dec. 2 has had ripple effects throughout the community that are combining into a wave of support for the book. Baxter was scheduled...

From the ground up

Tom Flynn might be a man of few words, but his sly smile and eyes showed his excitement. Flynn, the fourth generation to be involved with Wallace Quarries and Stanley Flynn Trucking Ltd., and his...

Licensed to grow

Flying under the radar of the public, a company in Wentworth has received Health Canada’s first marijuana production license in the province. Breathing Green Solutions Ltd. was issued the license on Nov. 10, and chairman...

On the move

An increased customer demand is seeing local chocolatiers make another move. Michael Foote, who owns and operates Appleton Chocolates with his wife, Heather, said the business will remain open inside the Tipperary Café on Main...

Making his return

Bruce in the Spruce has made his way back to Tatamagouche from the North Pole. Bruce, the lovable elf who visited area businesses last Christmas, is making his debut on Dec. 1. "It was so relaxing,"...

One step closer

It could be a magical Christmas for an 11-year-old girl well-known to many residents on the North Shore. Annette Tate said a friend and his brother have stepped forward to contribute the remaining money needed...

The love of riding

The engines roared to life, and the riders were off. It was the North Shore ATV Club’s annual open house, in celebration of 150 years of trail riding in Colchester County. “We do this to promote...

Pugwash prepping for Tree Fest II

Because Communities in Bloom, Pugwash, wants to light up the dark nights of December and help create joy, seasonal decorations will appear in the village. They are lighting up the cenotaph, putting Christmas trees on...

Bylaw requested

Residents from West Earltown have requested the county implement a noise bylaw after a motocross track opened in the area. Wayne Edgar and Stephanie Banks made a presentation to the Municipality of Colchester County recently...
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