Monday, August 21, 2017

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...

Hard fought win

The Tatamagouche Titans Atom 1 team won three games in the Kyle Henneberry Tournament held at the Halifax Forum and in Spryfield recently, putting them first out of nine teams in the standings. In...

Home sweet home

Despite best efforts, the future was beginning to look bleak for the Hubtown Boxing Club. With the demolition of the former Princess Margaret Rose School set to take place, the club was forced to find...

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...

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...

Memorial bonspiel to be held mid-March

The annual curling bonspiel is taking on a new name this year. The bonspiel, which will run March 17-19 at the North Shore Recreation Centre, will be called the John K. MacDonald Memorial Curling Bonspiel...
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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...

Taking top honours

The John K. MacDonald Memorial Bonspiel was held March 17 and 18, with 16 teams participating. This year, a donation will be made to the John K. MacDonald Memorial Sports Park to maintain the soccer and...

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...

From private to public

After a 16-year development period, Ron and Al Weeks have opened a nine-hole golf course to the public. The course in Wallace River started out as a family project, as a few golf holes that...