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Passion for snowmobiling in their blood

WELLINGTON: The Crowell families passion for snow has paid off in a big way this year as they came away with three major awards from the Snowmobile Association of Nova Scotia (SANS) awards banquet. Jason,...

Spreading her happiness on missionary trip

FALL RIVER: Savanna MacLennan has a lot of happiness to spread—so the Fall River woman is going to do just that in Lithuania. MacLennan is leaving Dec. 3 for the 18-month missionary trip through the...

Rash of break-and-enters keep police busy

LAKEVIEW: Five break-and-enters into residences over a three-day span are keeping officers with Halifax District RCMP in Beaver Bank, the Windsor Junction area, and Musquodoboit Valley busy. The crimes and the approximate location to where...

Fergusson, ‘Canes grab ACAA title

(Nicole Fergusson kicks the ball up the field during game action with the Holland College Hurricanes. (Submitted photo).) CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI: The Holland College Hurricanes women’s soccer team have captured the Atlantic Collegiate AThletic Association (ACAA)...
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Heads up: Road construction in Waverley Nov. 17-18

WAVERLEY: Road work will slow down the commute for motorists along Waverley Road between Lake Charles and Spider Lake Roads, HRM says in a press release. The road construction will take place Thursday Nov. 17...

“Amazing experience” for Caswell at EWC

WAVERLEY: Adriana Caswell jumped at the opportunity to learn outside the classroom. The Lockview High School student was one of five from across Nova Scotia—and the only one in HRM—to be among the 103 youth...

Seniors Friendly Centre’s future discussed

FALL RIVER: Keeping the Seniors Friendly Centre in Fall River for the communities use might be more difficult than first thought—and it could all come down to dollars and cents. At a public meeting, John...
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Hard work paying off for Emily Turple

FALL RIVER: Emily Turple is showing that hard work pays off. In just two years, the 13-year-old Fall River girl has gone from playing the role of a simple party guest in Nutcracker to the...
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BBKCC looking to compile list of volunteers

BEAVER BANK: The Beaver Bank-Kinsac Community Centre (BBKCC) is sending out a plea to the community for volunteers. In a notice sent out and posted to the BBKCC’s Facebook page and website, the volunteer board...
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Decision at last: community groups getting HRM money

FLETCHERS LAKE: A pair of community projects selected to receive money from the leftover Fall River/Fletchers Lake sidewalk fund have finally received approval from HRM regional council. A multi-sports field being built by the Fall...
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