Blayre Turnbull named Cleve’s Source for Sports Athlete of the Month for February

HALIFAX – Twenty-four-year-old Blayre Turnbull was named the Cleve’s Source for Sports Female Team Athlete of the Month. The hockey player from Pictou County joined teammate Jill Saulnier as the first Nova Scotians to ever play on the Canadian Olympic women’s hockey team. During the semi-finals against the Olympic Athletes from Russia, Turnbull tallied two […]

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Frisbee event draws 12 teams

STELLARTON – Twelve teams from across the Maritimes converged last weekend on the William M. Sobey Indoor Sports Complex in Stellarton for the second annual “Surf and Turf” Ultimate Frisbee tournament. Organizer Amanda Hill said the event went well and produced high-quality competition. More than 120 players, including some of the best in Atlantic Canada […]

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Local Habitat for Humanity group has eye on retaining young families

A new building project is in the works for Stellarton and, while it will be on a smaller scale physically, it will have big effects. It’s a Habitat for Humanity house that will provide affordable housing to a local family. Stellarton Mayor Danny MacGillivray explains, “It was an idea that formulated with me after I […]

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Stellarton Police investigation sexual assault

Stellarton Police are investigating a sexual assault. According to police, the incident occurred around 5 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 6 on Foster Avenue. The accused, a 24-year-old from Stellarton, was arrested a short time later in Stellarton. He will appear in Provincial Court later today on charges of break and enter, sexual assault and possession of […]

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