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Crushers’ Dill picks UMass

Pictou County Weeks Crushers team captain Michael Dill has committed to the UMass Lowell River Hawks for the 2018-19 season, the Crushers announced today. The...
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MHL Regular Season begins today

The MHL regular season gets underway tonight. For its 51st campaign, the league will once again feature twelve teams in two divisions – Eastlink North...

Invictus Games tour visits area

In honour of the third Invictus Games, the official flag made its tour through Pictou County last week in anticipation of the games that...

55+Games teams get ready

Local hockey teams have been busy preparing for the 2017 55-Plus Games in Lunenburg County. The Games open today and officially start on Thursday. They...

Bombers host opener Sunday

The Pictou County Wear Well Bombers are preparing to open their regular-season schedule in the Nova Scotia Major Bantam Hockey League. The Bombers will visit...
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Crushers open in top 20

The Pictou County Weeks Crushers will open the MHL’s regular season this week in the Canadian Junior Hockey League’s Top 20. The Crushers are ranked...
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Westville star I never knew

I never intended to address the matter publicly — but I believe I should. Otherwise it will occupy a spot on my conscience for...
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Preserving our heritage is vital

If you know me, you know I’ve never stopped loving the Pictou County where I grew up and where I began my newspaper career...

Race boasts plenty of invention, laughs

MERIGOMISH – Cardboard and duct tape boat races have become a staple for the annual Merigomish Fun Day. That was evident on Saturday as three...

Malcolm scores big ace in golf

ABERCROMBIE — It was a golf weekend for the ages at Abercrombie Country Club. Kellen Malcolm did not win the men’s championship, which was...