Wolverines win basketball honours

LYONS BROOK — The West Pictou Wolverines went undefeated in their invitational middle school girls’ basketball tournament on Saturday at the West Pictou Consolidated School gym. The Wolverines dominated the opposition with pressure defence, which created scoring opportunities through transition and set offence. The Wolverines were in Pool A with Pugwash and Springhill, while Dr....

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Nighthawks hoop team makes noise

ALMA — The Northumberland Nighthawks are starting to make a noise in boys’ senior high school basketball. A recent winning streak raised the Nighthawks’ record to 12-7, capped by four wins in the January Thaw tournament last weekend in Springhill. “I really think our team chemistry has improved,” said Nighthawks co-captain Liam Neilsen, explaining the...

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Scotians drop pair of games

TRENTON — The Pictou County Scotians sustained two rare regulations losses last weekend in the Nova Scotia Junior Hockey League. The Scotians lost 4-1 to the host Antigonish Bulldogs on Friday and were edged 4-3 on Sunday in Trenton by the Liverpool Privateers. The results leave the Scotians in second place in the league’s Sid...

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Pugwash Farmers’ Market the place to go for healthy living information this summer

Did you ever want to know more about beekeeping or natural products to avoid bug bites and ticks? Do you need tips on keeping limber for all the gardening you are planning this summer? Are you curious about vermicomposting or foraging for wild edible plants? This summer the Pugwash Farmers’ Market will be abuzz with...

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