Murray offers sports tourism event

TRENTON — When Craig Murray needed a project, a sports tourism conference turned out to be the ideal topic. Murray, who grew up in Trenton and is in his third year of a five-year recreation and management program at Dalhousie University, organized the one-day conference that took place on December 6 in Antigonish and drew...

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Fraser sustains skate cut on neck

MERIGOMISH — A hockey player from Pictou County is recovering from a life-threatening skate cut to his neck. Bailey Fraser, who grew up in Merigomish but plays for the Brookfield Elks of the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League, suffered the cut under his left ear during a game on December 3 against the host Sackville...

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Scotia Park gets federal funding

TRENTON – Scotia Park just got a big boost through federal funding directed toward renovations for the facility. Central Nova MP Sean Fraser announced an investment of more than $67,000on Tuesday for the Trenton and Area Minor Softball Association for upgrades to the ball field. The total cost of the renovations for the ball field,...

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Scotia Park renovations under way

TRENTON – The Trenton and Area Minor Softball Association is helping to enhance the future of the Scotia Park for all ages to celebrate physical activity. The group has launched a $65,000 fundraising campaign to provide a new fence, new lights and new  washrooms with a ramp. “We are hoping to push the community piece,”...

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