Saturday, November 25, 2017

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Teachers, parents keeping pressure on

FALL RIVER: Parents and teachers at Fall River area schools aren’t about to let the Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) labour strife with the provincial Liberal government fade from the news headlines. That’s why close...

RCMP investigating armed robbery in Lower Sackville

LOWER SACKVILLE: Halifax District RCMP are investigating an armed robbery at a gas station in Lower Sackville on Thursday night. In a press release Oct. 28, Halifax District RCMP spokesman Cpl. Dal Hutchinson said the...

Treat-ing it forward

FALL RIVER: Six Lockview High students got into the Halloween spirit early last month as they tried to make it scarier for those less privileged. Waverley sisters Keely and Bailey Lenihan; Savanna and Lucy Christmas;...

Fall River Basketball holds Alumni Game

The Fall River basketball association’s annual alumni game attracted a lot of former and current players on the boys team to the Gordon R. Snow Community Centre in Fall River. For more photos from the...
Laker-COMMUNITY

Positive reviews on snow clearing, say councillors

BEAVER BANK: The two councillors say they’re hearing a lot of positive feedback from residents with regards to snow-clearing in their respective communities. Councillor Lisa Blackburn said they just got the stats from HRM for...

WEB ONLY: Keloose 2017 a success, say organizers

WINDSOR JUNCTION: Organizers say not even Mother Nature could dampen the excitement and success of the 40th anniversary of Keloose. Nick Yeomans, chairman of the committee behind the weekend full of activities at the Windsor...
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Dealing with the stressors of life

FALL RIVER: Cathy Caswell might have just what the doctor ordered in dealing with the stressors of life, especially given the overwhelming and pressures surrounding the recent teachers spat with the government. Caswell, of Waverley,...

Signs knocked down to be repaired

WINDSOR JUNCTION: The local councillor assures residents he has made staff aware of the damage done to community signs in the communities of Windsor Junction and Fall River during the winter snow clearing season. Steve...

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,...

Canada Games Countdown: Brandon Mackeigan

Name: Brandon Mackeigan Age: 16 Sport: Baseball Community: Fall River Hobby: Rapping What’s something people don’t know about you: Loves shoes and owns a lot of pairs.
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