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Budget balanced on backs of families

To the Editor: They tell us, ‘We will have a balanced budget and it only took us four years. We had to make a few...
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Traffic and deer population dangerous mix

To the Editor: Speed, stop signs, deer and garbage seem to me to be a big thing here in New Glasgow. Just to tell you...
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May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month

To the Editor: Every season is tick season. No tick is a good tick. During the month of May we focus on Lyme disease awareness,...
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CHAD willing to help others with service

To the Editor: The CHAD Board of Directors decided early in the consultation process that we needed to operate the fixed route “Pictou County Transit”...
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Homework must be done before plans made

To the Editor: The 2013 McNeil Liberal platform was a nice glossy document that contained some good ideas but what it didn’t say turned out...
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Election race hitting stride

A fever has beset politics in Nova Scotia, and it’s not spring fever. It’s just a matter of time before the Liberal government led by...
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Academy more than the name

Emotions may have subsided for Pictou residents, knowing Pictou Academy has a future and high school students will continue to attend high school in...
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Work together to end violence

To the Editor: During the years 2010-2012, there was a global movement of youthful change. Many protests took place around the world. There was the...
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Money for roads may be too little too late

To the Editor: Our local transportation folks do a great job with the money they receive but the problem is that year after year rural...
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FoAL launches fundraising campaign

To the Editor: I am a firm believer in people’s power — that many small actions add up when community members come together. Indeed, it...