Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Bayhead man has murder charge adjourned

Clad in orange prison garb, his right arm in a sling, Ernie “Junior” Ross Duggan appeared in provincial court and had his first-degree murder and attempted murder charges adjourned. Duggan, 49, will re-appear in court on...

Province announces guidelines for graduation ceremonies

TATAMAGOUCHE - High school students will be able to celebrate with a graduation this year, provided the celebration adheres to guidelines set out by the province. Premier Stephen McNeil...

Among the best

  A 17-year-old has been named a finalist for the Loran Award. Maria Duynisveld, a Grade 12 student at Pugwash District High School, was sponsored for the award by her school in October. Through an extensive...

North Shore ER closures, Aug. 19-24

PUGWASH - The collaborative emergency centres at the hospitals in Pugwash and Tatamagouche will see closures this week due to lack of physician coverage. Closures at the North Cumberland...

Matt Minglewood Band to be the last to play current Eaton Stage

Matt Minglewood has played in Pugwash on Canada Day several times. Where the stage is about to be replaced, it seemed appropriate to have his band come to Pugwash again as a farewell to the...

Bringing back supper

The village supper is making its return. Rev. Penny Nelson, with the Tatamagouche Pastoral Charge, said many members of the Brule Union, Bayhead Union, and Sharon United churches have been asking recently what happened to...

Death Cafés, home funeral workshop turning tables on once taboo subject

Once a taboo subject, death is becoming more and more common to hear in conversation. That’s why four residents have organized and hosted two Death Cafés, and with a third in the works. “As organizers, we...

Collision near The Falls leaves motorcyclist dead

An adult male died at the scene of a collision near The Falls on Aug. 11. At approximately 1:15 p.m., Colchester District RCMP responded to a call of a collision involving a car and a...

Author pens picture book biography on giantess Anna Swan

It’s been 130 years on Aug. 5 since giantess Anna Swan passed away, but she’s coming back to life thanks to a children’s picture book biography. Anne Renaud, who lives in Quebec, wrote ‘The True...

Creamery Square Heritage Society concerned about summer offerings

TATAMAGOUCHE – For many businesses and organizations along the North Shore, tourism traffic is what keeps them going. So with the uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, it’s not a surprise that...



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