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Johnny Walk goes June 17

NEW GLASGOW — The countdown is on for the Johnny Walk on June 17. The free walk that takes place in association with the Johnny...

Taking in history

It was a day of discovery and learning for the Elders of Pictou Landing First Nation as they took a trip to the Pictou...
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A major reward to Colin White

I love a story like Colin White’s. The New Glasgow hockey defenceman did something no Pictou County hockey player ever did before him. He played...

MacDonald eyes next marathon

TRENTON — For 30 years, Charlie MacDonald has run marathons. MacDonald is on a list of prominent distance runners from Pictou County and plans once...

Gryphon girls eye N.S. title

NEW GLASGOW — Members of the North Nova Gryphons are looking forward to hosting the Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation’s female rugby championship...

Quann leads PA at track meet

STELLARTON — Lauren Quann made her last Northumberland Region track and field meet a successful one. The Pictou Academy phenom competed in five events...

Wrestlers vie for Lobster Cup

PICTOU – Local wrestling fans are counting down the time for the annual Lobster Cup that is scheduled for June 23. The event follows the...

Tennis to start soon

NEW GLASGOW — Town staff hope the Westside tennis courts can open soon. The 2017 season’s opening has been delayed while the special surface...
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Tragedy hits sports family

When I read the initial news that a young man had drowned at Park Falls near Sutherlands River, I was reminded of the many...
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Professional wrestling at Hector Arena again, thanks to Lobster Carnival

PICTOU — The Hector Arena has become one of the best places to witness professional wrestling, thanks to past events presented by the Pictou...