Friday, February 21, 2020

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New First Nation school opens

PICTOU LANDING — Students and staff are realizing their dream for a new Pictou Landing First Nation School. They began occupying their new Pre-Primary to Grade 8 facility on February 11. “We’re very pleased,” said principal Irene Endicott as she marveled at how the completed school mirrors what they hoped it would look and function like...

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Sports

Crushers win fifth straight game

The Pictou County Weeks Crushers have won their fifth straight game and have climbed into second place in the MHL’s South Division. The Crushers won their second of three straight road games on Thursday with a 3-2 victory over the host South Shore Lumberjacks. It followed the Crushers’ 3-2 triumph on Wednesday against the host...

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NSJHL Scotians defeat Eagles 4-2

Logan Timmons scored two goals to lead the Pictou County Scotians to a 4-2 victory over the Eskasoni Junior Eagles on Thursday during a Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League game at the Pictou County Wellness Centre. Timmons opened the scoring, while Jakob Wamboldt increased their lead to 2-0. Timmons’ second goal of the period gave...

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FAST announces summer lineup

ANTIGONISH – Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre has unveiled its 2020 season lineup with the theme “An Unexpected Twist”. This will be the 33rd season for the company that has been producing and presenting professional theatre in Antigonish since 1987, and has become a cultural and tourism anchor for the region. The season’s theme speaks to...

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