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It will be a tearful goodbye for Lee Sibille of Salt Springs Elementary School on June 26 when she retires after 32 years of...

Artist makes broad strokes

It’s a far cry from the crayons and colouring books of her youth, but today Nancy MacDonald’s colouring has broader appeal. MacDonald, originally from Trenton,...
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Drag queen has costumes for show all sewn up

To say Tyson Thompson is a clothes horse would be an understatement. He has a large closet jam-packed with fashionable clothes he wears to work...

Plenty in store for pre-Canada Day

NEW GLASGOW - Things are heating up in anticipation of the Canada 150 celebrations on July 1 this year. The Town of New Glasgow is...

Hipson places first, MacLennan second in Miles Marathon

NEW GLASGOW — Dave MacLennan came close, by Bryan Hipson of Yarmouth is the 2017 Johnny Miles Marathon champion. Hipson took the lead during the...
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Two arrested on drugs, firearms charges

Two people - one man and male youth - were arrested on Tuesday and face several charges. On June 20 at approximately 5:30 a.m., the...

Campus honours graduates

WESTVILLE ROAD — It was a festive occasion last Thursday for the 2017 convocation at the Nova Scotia Community College’s 2017 convocation for Pictou...

Street Crime Unit seizes crystal meth

Crystal meth has been seized from a home in New Glasgow. On June 16th at approximately 3 p.m., Pictou County Integrated Street Crime Enforcement Unit...

Odd moth

This huge moth was the topic of conversation late last week when Gail and Dan Jardine found it sitting on the deck post of...

Town adds flags to crossings

WESTVILLE – Pedestrians now have a novel way to cross Main Street in Westville more safely. Town council followed through on a plan it adopted...