Tuesday, October 22, 2019

A message to his TRA class

TATAMAGOUCHE - It’s been a long time coming, but the first class has finally graduated from Tatamagouche Regional Academy (TRA). The P-12 school opened this past September, a year later than...

Thousands raised through post office book sales

Hazel Canfield, a term employee at Canada Post, has created a veritable hub for book lovers in a prominent corner of the Tatamagouche post office. Her well-kept book table is a place for locals and...

Border collie puppy no worse for wear after being rescued from ice in Tatamagouche...

Lizzie didn’t let a little adventure that saw her end up on the ice in the bay keep her down. The 10-month-old border collie, belonging to Gillian and John Crawford at Lismore Sheep Farm in...

Tatamagouche author launching newest book

Tatamagouche's Joan Baxter is launching her latest book, Seven Grains of Paradise: A Culinary Journey in Africa, at Mabel Murple's Book Shoppe and Dreamery in River John. The launch begins at 7 p.m. on Aug....

Open for the season

There’s a lot in store at the Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre this summer. Maralyn Driver, the treasurer for the Creamery Square Heritage Society, which operates the centre, said there are a number of events...

ER closures for Pugwash, Tata, Sept. 29-Oct. 5

TATAMAGOUCHE - More emergency room closures have been announced due to lack of physician coverage. The collaborative emergency centre at the North Cumberland Memorial Hospital in Pugwash will be...
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Climate change and the human prospect

Climate change will be the focus of an event in Pugwash this weekend, featuring international speakers and scientists. They’ll be joined by leading Atlantic Canada community leaders and artists. The Center for Local Prosperity is...

Overnight ER closures in Tatamagouche to end

Overnight closures at the Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Collaborative Emergency Centre are coming to an end. Effective Oct. 1, the Collaborative Emergency Centre will resume regular hours of operation. Since the beginning of August, the ER...

Earltown Heritage Sunday: In the shadow of the church

The eighth in a series of annual presentations in Earltown is coming up at the end of the month. Glen Matheson, local historian, will give the presentation on the social history of Earltown on July...

Dinner is served

A taste of Mexico is getting some attention in Tatamagouche. Rich Pridham and his wife, Andrea, have been serving up tacos, nachos, and the infamous gringo sauce since the beginning of May at Taco Gringo...