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Registration still open for World’s Largest Washer Toss Tournament

LANTZ: As Tide Fest nears, organizers are reminding local and afar washer toss enthusiasts to register for the world’s largest washer toss tournament. The tournament,...
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Overburdened.

Ever since he was a kid, Josh Lewis dreamed of being a sportswriter. He grew up in Crapaud, a tiny hamlet on the south shore...

Police investigating Indian Brook armed robbery

INDIAN BROOK: Police from three detachments are investigating an armed robbery that occurred May 15 at the Gaming House on the Sipekne'katik First Nation. Indian...

A heart for forestry: Downey Thompson rumoured to have “sap in his veins”

ELMSDALE: For the past 70 years, our forests here in Nova Scotia, have been fortunate enough to be cared for by Downey Thompson. As Elmsdale...

Unanimous decision: Shubie District to remain open

TRURO: A passionate plea on the impact closing Shubenacadie District Elementary School would have not only on students from the community but also Sipekne’katik...

Tide Fest to be a community-centred weekend

LANTZ: This summer, July 14-16, the East Hants Sportsplex will be the home of Tide Fest, a community celebration the first of its’ kind...

Vimy trip provides “special moment” for Riley Stewart

HALIFAX STANFIELD AIRPORT: Riley Stewart will remember her trip to Vimy for the rest of her life. The Stewiacke native, one of the students from...

EHGSAR holds annual Easter Egg Hunt

ENFIELD: The Easter Bunny greeted the throng of kids who came out for the pair of Easter Egg Hunts, hosted by East Hants Ground,...

HERH students to participate in Vimy 100 Ceremony

MILFORD: A trip of a lifetime is in the works for 42 students and six chaperones at Hants East Rural High School. Although the trip...

Permanent fix needed for Moose River Road

MOOSE RIVER: The local councillor is disappointed at what he heard during a recent public meeting to discuss the “horrid” state that exists for...