Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Permanent home

Florence Craib spotted it right away – where her family first settled in River John. Craib, nee Bigney, was anxious to take a look at the Plan of the Settlement of River John and Vicinity...

A revitalization

It’s been more than two decades since Tatamagouche has seen a Lions Club, but that is no more. Rob Johnston, King Lion, said the decision was made recently to bring the club back to the...

Making a change

The interior of the Tatamagouche Grain Elevator may look a little different come this season. Richard and Sara Duggan are busy with renovations to include a few new vendors. They plan on opening on the...
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Seven red flags you need to fire your client immediately

I thought I’d open this article with a truly scary story: I nearly quit my business because of my first big client. Things were that bad. To make it worse, after our big split, I...

Truro/Colchester region hosting Nova Scotia Music Week until 2019

Nova Scotia Music Week has found a home in the Truro and Colchester region for the next three years. Music Nova Scotia, which hosts the annual music festival and conference, has reached a deal with...
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High speed concerns

From an economic disadvantage to the inaccessibility of services, the local chamber of commerce heard concerns from many in the business community surrounding high speed internet and cell phone service. The Truro and Colchester Chamber...
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Big splash

Ski Wentworth closed out its season on April 1 and 2 with a retro weekend. Always a big hit is the ski hill's Aquaneige, with skiers and snowboarders of all ages participating. Many made it...

Government announces new hospital for Pugwash

Plans to replace North Cumberland Memorial Hospital in Pugwash are moving ahead. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil announced the plan on April 11, saying a request for proposals for a design consultant is expected to...

Three decades of business

A special celebration is on tap for the long weekend in May. The owners and staff at Big Al’s is marking 30 years in the community and for owners Peter and Lorna Scott, it’s five...
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Important recognition

To the editor;   Re: Tell your story, published Feb. 2017   It was in 1966 that I left Tatamagouche Mountain with the intention of building a new life free from my past. Now, 50 years later, I realize...
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