Scotians visit Bulldogs, host Pirates Sunday

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians are preparing for two games against division rivals this weekend. The Scotians will visit the Antigonish Bulldogs on Friday before hosting the Strait Pirates on Sunday at 6 p.m. in Trenton in their next Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League games. The Scotians occupy fourth place in the Sid Rowe...

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Blair takes next big step

Make it three straight pro fight wins for Brody Blair. The Lyons Brook boxer is already looking ahead after recording his third professional boxing victory in as many bouts by defeating Juan Raygosa of Mexico by unanimous decision in their six-round main event that capped a rousing six-bout card at the Pictou County Wellness Centre....

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Brody Blair headlines ring card

The hype got cranked up a notch for the six-card pro boxing card with a main event that includes Lyons Brook’s Brody Blair in the main event. The card is titled Boxing Night in Canada. It will take place on April 21 at the Pictou County Wellness Centre and will include Blair in his third...

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Turple bemoans loss of dispatcher positions

PICTOU – County council has agreed to send a letter opposing the province’s decision to cut staff at its road facility in Lyons Brook. Council responded to the request by outgoing council member Jim Turple, who recited a letter from Pictou West MLA Karla MacFarlane to Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister Geoff MacLellan that decried...

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