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Something old, something new

Florence Craib spotted it right away — where her family first settled in River John. Craib, nee Bigney, was anxious to take a look at...

Crushers ousted by Ramblers

The Amherst Ramblers are moving on and the Pictou County Weeks Crushers are out. The Ramblers posted a 6-5 overtime victory over the Crushers on...

Savour-ing victory

A local cooking student has won a national competition. After entering a national recipe competition sponsored by Furlani to help promote their products, Kevin Cameron,...

P-12 option looms over school debate

PICTOU — More than 200 people heard an impassioned plea from Pictou’s mayor for a P-12 school last night. They also heard an option from...

UCT Chapter marks 50 years

NEW GLASGOW – Members have fond memories of volunteering for the Pictonian Council 879 of the United Commercial Travellers of America. They took part last...
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Lots in store for Trenton with budget projections

TRENTON — The 2017-18 budget projections for the Town of Trenton are completed and all indications are the town is great shape. CAO Brian White...
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CCRSB Board Meeting for Pictou Schools postponed

The Special Board Meeting of the Chignecto-Central Regional School Board scheduled for this evening at Pictou Elementary has been rescheduled to Monday, March 27th...

Trenton leads the pack

Trenton is the first town in the county to grant approval for funding for CHAD’s proposed fixed bus route pilot project. Danny MacGillivray, executive director...

One in 150

A spur of the moment contest entry will be taking local high school student Cameron Smith across the country this April for one of...
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Paris to lead NDP in Pictou Centre

NEW GLASGOW – Former municipal councillor and mayoral candidate Henderson Paris will be the NDP candidate for Pictou Centre. Paris was voted in by NDP...