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Scotians player recovering from major on-ice injuries

TRENTON – A member of the Pictou County Scotians sidelined with serious head and body injuries from an on-ice hit in a game in Trenton last Sunday is resuming his recovery at home. Centre Luke Spicer was released from hospital under conditions that include bed rest at his home in the Halifax Regional Municipality. “He […]

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Amy Hood sentencing delayed until December

Nearly a year after former Pictou County school teacher Carolyn Amy Hood was tried and found guilty of sex crimes against children, she has yet to be sentenced. This was to have taken place in Pictou Provincial Court on Thursday, but after hearing the submissions from Crown and defence council, Judge Del Atwood withheld his decision […]

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UPDATE: Injured hockey player released from hospital

UPDATE: The player from the Pictou County Aecon Atlantic Scotians Junior B hockey team who was injured during Sunday night’s game has been released from hospital. Luke Spicer, 18, was released from the QE2 Health Science Centre hospital in Halifax on Wednesday. Spicer was involved in an incident at the Trenton Rink while playing an opposing […]

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