Monday, December 11, 2017

Full court press

Sam Wade is soon representing his province on almost the opposite side of the country. Wade, a 16-year-old from Wallace, will be playing basketball with Team Nova Scotia at the Canada Summer Games, held July...

Paying tribute

Michael C. Latinski will live on at the North Shore Recreation Centre. The Tatamagouche Minor Hockey Association is dedicating a new minor hockey room to Latinski, who passed away July 5, 2015, as the result...

Field upkeep

Some recent fundraising has made a large difference at the John K. MacDonald Memorial Sports Park in Tatamagouche. In a few short months, $25,000 was raised to purchase a 2300HP Kubota tractor for maintenance of...

Bike ride more than doubles in size from previous year

What started as an idea for a small group bike ride in Tatamagouche has turned into one with close to 150 riders this year. Jim Vance said the idea for the Hippie Dippie Fall Colours...
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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...

Flying fore!

A new sport was floating around Tatamagouche over the May long weekend. Ben Smith, with the Maritime Disc Golf Association, was on hand at Nelson Memorial Park for an introduction to and demonstration of disc...
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Sledge hockey fever hits village

Sleds were put to good use on the ice at the North Shore Recreation Centre in March. Kelly Tucker was able to offer an introductory night to sledge hockey for the community, with a happy...

Ah, the good ole days

  Burton Langille wishes he was young enough to play hockey once again. But instead, the 90-year-old watches as much of it as he can on television. Langille was one of the first people in Tatamagouche to...

First Shift hockey program returns to village

Two years after first hosting the Canadian Tire First Shift program, it’s making its return to Tatamagouche for the 2017/18 season. The program is open to players between the ages of 6 and 10, and...

The banner’s home

One of two Wayne Waugh Memorial Hockey Tournament banners has returned home. This year saw the Tatamagouche Titans Atom team keep the title in their hands and home rink, with Thorburn capturing the peewee banner. The...
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