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Re-dedication held for Daniel Franklin Memorial Field

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The memory of Dan Franklin will continue to live on at the Windsor Junction Community Centre. Under bright sunshine and before a crowd of young and old, including ball players just getting their...

Getting a head start on reading

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Children in the Windsor Junction area will be getting a head start on their reading thanks to their local federal Liberal MP. MP Darrell Samson and wife Faye presented reading material from Samson’s...

“It’s fun to blow things up.”

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Ever wonder how a fireworks show is put together and who does it? The Laker’s Pat Healey was invited behind the taped off area where explosives were as the crew—all from the Fall...
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Keloose events moved to Sunday

WINDSOR JUNCTION:  With soggy weather forecasted for Aug. 19, the Keloose Committee has made the decision to postpone Family Fun Day activities scheduled for Saturday. Instead, chairman Nick Yeomans says, activities scheduled for Saturday for...

Legion recognizes members at awards night

By Kim Stoodley, Special to The Laker WAVERLEY: On Friday evening, July 28, the Waverley Legion on Rocky Lake Drive held its service membership awards night. Close to 60 people attended the evening’s festivities. The event...

Theft of vehicles, break-and-enters keep police on toes

DUTCH SETTLEMENT: Halifax District RCMP were kept busy during the past couple weeks with crimes in the Antrim, Dutch Settlement, Windsor Junction and Beaver Bank areas. According to RCMP/Halifax Regional Police Partner in Policing’s Crimemapping...

Water project “not in jeopardy”: Streatch

FALL RIVER: The Fall River water project should be underway later this summer, although the price tag for residents along Fall River Road has increased by almost half. It will also be done in...

“I just wanted to think of it as I was graduating.”

BEAVER BANK: Victoria MacDonald might be 16-years-old, but she can already call herself a high school graduate. The Beaver Bank resident graduated from Ecolle Secondaire du Sommet this past June. She did the feat two...

Thefts, assaults keep police busy

FALL RIVER: Several varieties of crime over the past week have kept police officers in Fall River, Beaver Bank, and Musquodoboit Valley busy. That’s according to the Crimemapping website tool from Halifax District RCMP-Halifax Regional...

LHS Grads 2017 celebrated

FALL RIVER: Tears and smiles flowed through the Halifax Forum as more than 250 graduates from Lockview High crossed the stage on June 28. The Fall River-based school saw 278 students graduate, and the night...