Wednesday, November 13, 2019

News

Boston bound

The tree for Boston came down in Black Point Wednesday morning to much fanfare and a huge crowd of students and public. The celebration included singing from local school choirs as well as an appearance from Santa Clause to help with the tree. The crowd cheered “cut it down” in anticipation of the big moment....

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Sports

Albion Boxing Club hosts card Saturday

TRENTON – Members of the Albion Amateur Boxing Club are looking forward to hosting their annual fall card on Saturday. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and boxing will start at 7 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Community College gym in Stellarton. Up to eight boxers will be on the card: Caden MacDonald, Carson Scholes,...

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Curling Day clinics at four local clubs

NEW GLASGOW – You’ve seen how the pros do it, now’s your chance to give it a try. Last week during the Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling at the Pictou County Wellness Centre, more than 60 teams of professional athletes demonstrated the fun, sportsmanship and camaraderie of the game. And now, you can see what...

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Arts & Entertainment

Bringing it home

The party is coming to New Glasgow with the latest show featuring The Stanfields coming up fast on November 23. The show for their latest single release will be the band’s last gig in 2019 and precedes an album release that is being planned for January 2020. “We’re wrapping it up on the ol’ stomping...

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Opinion

More women leading business

Women are earning more prominence in business. The numbers do not always tell the tale, but enough evidence supports how the presence of women in business has gone from a phenomenon to a trend, to a reality. The Pictou County Chamber awards gala is an example. A large proportion of women scaled the stage and...

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